Women, mothers for peace stage walk in Bamenda

The ongoing anglophone crisis that has lingered on for five years has seen women and children suffer the most.

Videos have emerged on social media some time in 2018 where women had to bury their death in Kom. Other women like Florence Ayafor and Comfort Tumassang who were dismembered are still fresh in the hearts of women.

Young girls like Favour who forced to bleed to dead is another sad occurrence in the evolution of this crisis.

Prof Uphie Chinje

Of recent, women could not access the markets or the farms as a lockdown was imposed in Bali.

All of this has forced women from all seven Divisions of the North West to come together and cry for peace. Grouped under the "Women and mothers for peace," the mothers cried for the belligerents to drop their arms and embrace peace.

Prof Uphie Chinje, one of the leaders noted that the "women have come from all the seven Divisions of the North west. We are messengers. We are going to take the message to all the ends of the region" he said

Justine Diffo Tchunkam

Two years on since the convening of the National Dialogue, about 80% of the resolutions of the Dialogue has been complete.

Justine Diffo Tchunkam, called on the youth to give reason a chance and let common sense prevail as no meaningful development can be carried in chaos.

The women sang to the arrival of the Prime Minister in hope that normalcy will soon return


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