The National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism will be meeting this weekend in Bamenda for an open encounter with the population.
The meeting described as the ” Listen to the People’s encounter” will hold on May 31 and June 1 at the Presbyterian Church Centre in Ntamulung, a release signed the the Commission’s head Peter Mafany Musonge read.
This is the second of such moves from the NCPBM after the held similar execise in Buea on the 24,25 and 26 April in Buea. Similar exercises will be held in the other regions of the country.
During the last meeting in Buea, Peter Mafany Musonge and the other members of the Commission listened to the grievances presented by the population.
The former Prime Minister stressed the Head of State’s determination to see the crisis in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon come to an end, reason why he has sent several missions to the regions to listen to the people.
Mr. Musonge has thus urged the population of the North West Region to come and in their numbers and present all their worrie, what ever they maybe.
The meeting will be holding in Bamenda this weekend under a tense atmosphere following the recent killings in Santa at the weekend and regular clashes between security forces and armed men.