The Watchdog Tribune to award patriots of Cameroon

At a time when Cameroon is begging for peace in the North West and South West regions that have been hit by a socio-political crisis entering its 5th year now, the Watchdog Tribune, an  English language newspaper has decided to award patriots and institutions that have distinguished themselves in the promotion of peace and national unity.

The publisher, Dotta Ezekiel, in a presser in Bamenda, Tuesday July 6th, 2021 says the award is aimed at promoting and encouraging Cameroonians who stand for peace by their actions on the ground.

Top on the list of recipients is North West Governor, Adolphe Lele LAfrique who has stood tall since the start of the crisis. Many have described him as the man of the moment. Other laureates like Bamenda II Mayor, Chenwi Peter whose humanitarian works have been visible, giving hope to the destitutes will be awarded.

The award that is slated for Saturday, 10th July 2021 at the Bafoussam city council hall will see some 50 persons from all walks of life receive an encouragement in bringing about peace.

The Watchdog award has failed to take place since 2014 much because of the crisis that broke out in 2016, Dotta says, but hinges that this is the appropriate moment to recognise those who stood for a united and stable Cameroon.

Dotta Ezekiel, Publisher of the Watchdog Tribune 

The laureates the publisher says were selected from a random survey conducted by a carefully selected media professionals from some regions in Cameroon. 

The newspaper has been on the forefront championing a return to school for pupils and students and a united indivisible Cameroon.

Dotta Ezekiel says everything is set for a grandiose event come Saturday. 


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