AU Commission Chair Moussa Faki welcomes President Biya’s commitment in solving the Anglophone crisis

The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat has said he welcomes President Paul Biya’s commitment to organize a national dialogue that will put an end to the ongoing crisis in the two English-speaking Regions of the country.
“He encourages and calls on all Cameroonians, including those in the diaspora and armed groups, to take part in this national dialogue and seize this opportunity to discuss the root causes of the crisis,” a Press Release from the African Union said.
Moussa Faki equally reiterated “the African Union Commission’s willingness to support Cameroon in seeking a consensual and sustainable solution to preserve the unity and territorial integrity of Cameroon.”
In an untraditional address to Cameroonians yesterday, President Paul Biya said a national dialogue will be launched by the end of September 2019, to solve the ongoing three – year conflict which has greatly affected the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.
The long time ruler announced that after many consultations with several persons on the crisis and the Prime Minister’s recent tour in the two regions of Cameroon, he can confirm the people of the North-West and South-West Regions want normalcy.
Biya says the dialogue will focus on issues of national interest such as national unity, national integration and living together and it not concern only the populations of the restive Anglophone Regions.
In July 13, 2018, Moussa Faki Mahamat visited and met President Biya in Cameroon, he expressed in clear terms the continental organization’s support for the unity and stability of Cameroon which is a major country in the continent.
During the visit, the AU chair equally hinted that he will come up with a plan at the African Union’s headquarters and submit to the Cameroonian government to help the nation solve the crisis.


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