GERMANY HAS PLEDGED ITS SUPPORT TO CAMEROON IN SEEKING SOLUTIONS TO THE ANGLOPHONE CRISIS.

The promise was made by a delegation from the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, received in audience by the President of the NCPBM.

The German delegation was led by Mr. Robert DOELGER, Regional Director for sub-Saharan Africa and Sahel. He was accompanied by H .E. Hans-DIETER STELL, German Ambassador to Cameroon and Mr. Lars LEYMANN, Adviser at the Embassy.

Assisting the President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE at the audience was the Secretary General, CHI ASAFOR Cornelius.

Talking to reporters after the audience, the delegation leader, Mr. Robert DOELGER, said it was his first time coming to Cameroon.

He said they discussed at length the Anglophone Problem in Cameroon and that Germany was in support of dialogue to look for lasting, social and political solutions to the crisis.

Mr. Robert DOELGER said Germany will give its total support to Cameroon to seek these solutions.

The German delegation was briefed on the achievements of the NCPBM since its creation in January 2017.

The support the NCPBM expects from the Germany are in the fields of exchange of experience on Multilingualism, Multiculturalism, and the defence of Fundamental values, such as democracy, human rights, and gender equality.

The NCPBM will also need support on the promotion of peace, security, and social stability.