It is said that to better have a winning strategy, is to be better informed.
In recent months, Cameroon, especially West Cameroon has experienced an array of unrest that has led to the current demise – the internet disconnection, the shutting down of schools, the closing down of offices and in general – the economic stalemate experienced by ghost town effects.
This was ignited by a quest from teachers and lawyers with respect to reforms in their various professional affiliations. The possibility for a mutual negotiation was yet to be reached but the demands from the civil side and response from the administrative side ended the negotiations in the premature manner that exists today.
In desperation to get the economy booming again, the government disqualifies and then orchestrates the arrest of civil leaders who had been involved in the negotiation process as well as in the civil disobedience exercise.
In this very succinct editorial piece, we want to find out : How we could be involved in changing the course of this process; What we did wrong or could do right to change the fate of this struggle; What do we foresee will happen in the days/months ahead?