Just three days after the Bamenda expedition, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute embarks on another trip considered a second lap.
The four day visit to the South West region began with a rousing welcome on the Mungo bridge. Some traditional rites reserved for VIPs were carried out before the PM was accompanied to Buea.
He is scheduled to meet with administrative officials and a cross section traditional authorities and other influencers in the region.
Just like in Bamenda, the PM is bearer of a message of peace from the President of the Republic.
He says the President is willing to dialogue with any representative on any subject except secession simply because the state’s duty is to work for unity.
Going by echoes of the visit in Bamenda, many Cameroonians of good faith consider this second lap as a major step to the return of normalcy in the two restive regions.
Three years of upheavals has brought untold suffering to the population.
Many see the PM’s peace offer as an opportunity to forge a way forward.
He called on the population to exhort the children to come out of the bushes and table their grievances for dialogue on a date to be announced.
According to the programme, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute will go to Limbe Wednesday 15th May and to Kumba, Meme Division on Thursday 16th May 2019.