As we keep tabs open in expectation of resounding commemoration of the 22 September 2017 when the Biya regime deployed helicopter gunships all over the Southern Cameroons to murder peaceful protesters, this issue went a step beyond the headlines to reexamine a critical partnership in the Southern Cameroons struggle.
Often, GZ voices indict the diaspora for multiple leadership failings. On the other hand, some diaspora actors accuse some people on GZ of not being sufficiently engaged, for example, in the defence initiatives.
To dissect this relationship and propose strategies for closer synergies between the grassroots and the diaspora, Comrade Nkemdem fields questions from our Communications team.
He starts by reaffirming the importance of both constituencies to the revolution. He follows up by showing how their roles are different but complimentary and concludes with a word on how leadership can spearhead understanding through political education.
Please, click to continue readingThink like a SCCOPper Edition 9.pdf