Reports of multiple explosions in the country’s third largest city and opposition stronghold of Bemenda over the weeks have kept many people worried over the future state of affaires
No official statements have been made with respect to the people or the substance used to caused such panic and fear in the hearts of Bamenda denizens as the Anglophone crisis gradually plunges into uncharted territory
The 11 months old crisis which has gripped the country and largely kept students and pupils out of school has before now largely been a peaceful protests by the people who demanded justice and equity from their government
But as extremist gradually infilterat3e their ranks with burning of school and properties of those who dare goes against their most times punitive instructions of ghost towns, the faith of the historical crisis could not be more ambiguous
Proponents of independence have so far chosen diplomacy as their number one priority even though their official and unofficial spokespersons haven’t shy away from touting military options to resolve the crisis should diplomacy fails
With every option seemingly on the table and the growing insecurity surrounding the people of this part of the country, the better part of the population remains wary of any actions which might compromise the peace and stability they currently enjoy and will be ready.
The government has taken many measures to address the concerns raised by teachers and lawyers with many saying over 90% of the concerns raised by lawyers have been resolved though they state is yet shift its stance when it comes to the most contentious issue on the table which is the nature of the state going forward and that has kept the entire country in a dark cloud of uncertainty