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« UB Strike: Violence Flares up Again in Molyko | Main | Pictures from another day of violence in Buea »

Tuesday, 24 May 2005

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Frank

We are on the precipice. The point of no return is close. Once this moves out of the hands of students--mmh!

dongala joe

Government releases communiqué on the University of Buea strike.
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A release from the Ministry of Communication made public last yesterday reads:

Following the recent measures taken by the government of Cameroon to meet the academic and logistical demands made by the students of the University of Buea, classes resumed on Monday, although in a half-hearted manner.

In this way, a greater number of students wishing to attend classes yesterday were prevented from doing so by groups of persons having no links with the university.

In violation of university freedom and the order of the governor of the South West Province forbidding assemblies of more than three persons within the university campus or in the close vicinity thereof.

The forces of law and order intervened to put an end to this situation and facilitate the process of normal resumption of classes.

Thereafter, accidents came in greater numbers from Molyko, the neighbourhood where the university is located and violently took on the forces of law and order and the administrative authorities.

As at now, some cases of injury have been reported, mostly on the side of the forces of law and order.

The government has taken measures to restore order and is calling on all parties to display a spirit of responsibility. The release was signed by the Minister for Communication, Professor Pierre Moukoko Mbonjo.

Source: CRTV website

Sam

Any one who needs the Video of UB Strike send mail to this email. It is very intersting.

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