Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Molah Njoh Litumbe's Visit To The UN and SCACUF's Diplomatic Offensive Pressures President Biya To Dispatch Emissaries To The UN

Following Molah Njoh Litumbe's visit to the UN and SCACUF's diplomatic offensive move, the Cameroon government has dispatched three officials to the United Nations to explain the situation of Southern Cameroon.

In a letter from the Prime Minister's office to the Permanent Representative (PR) to the United Nations in the US, Ghogomu Paul Mingo Director of Civil Cabinet at the PM's Office writes that:
Molah Njoh Litumbe
"In executing the high instructions of the President of the Republic, he is informing the PR that some government missions will be carried out in the United States of America from August 3 to August 9 2017, to brief Cameroonians resident in the US on the situation of the ongoing crisis in the North West and South West Regions".

Those on this adventure will include him Ghogomu Paul Mingo, Prof. Elvis Ngole Ngole and Prof. Fabien Nkot. Molah Njoh Litumbe's Visit To The UN and SCACUF's Diplomatic Offensive Pressures President Biya To Dispatch Emissaries To The UN
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