Peter Mafany Musonge, leader of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism has denied claims that he and his commission proposed the adoption of a resolution to ban the words ‘anglophone’ and ‘Francophone’ in Cameroon.
For over a week social media went wild over an alarm of the proposal.
In a press release, Musonge stated that this point has not been adopted and it was still a recommendation yet to be examined, talk less of a any submission made to the head of states as a proposal .
“The proposal has neither been examined nor adopted by the commission in session” Musonge reiterated – see complete press release below ….
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