The 4th session of the follow-up committee for the implementation of recommendations of the Major National Dialogue, was held on Thursday, during which several proposals were tabled after an evaluation of the progress made.
Pawdy Asanga, was one of the participants who represented the Diaspora during the meeting in Yaounde.
Speaking to the press after the session, he said “I came to ask the government, since they have pardoned those who destroyed and killed, and burnt schools, it’s good that they equally pardon my brothers of the diaspora who had at one point manifested in one way or another” he said.
“That would be justice done to the diaspora” Pawdy Asanga added.
The fourth session was characterized by positive remarks from authorities like Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute, who chaired the event. He said the situation in the crisis-stricken regions of the Northwest and Southwest, has significantly improved, from the time the Major National Dialogue was held in 2019.
“You know that between 2017 and 2019, it was extremely difficult. Many companies, the CDC, PAMOL, Ndawara tea and others, have resumed work which demonstrates…confidence.” the Prime Minister stated.