Honorable Joanna Ebangha Begs Manyu Children to Give Peace a Chance.
Lawmakers on the 10th December 2021, at the Yaounde Conference Center during the closing of the third ordinary session of the National Assembly after thirty days of marathon to ensure that the various Ministers defend their budget for the year 2022 did not leave the place disappointed as they all wore a smile on their faces.
The passage of the Minister Delegate of the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development Paul Tasong to enlighten the lawmakers on the presidential plan and the reconstruction of the North West and South West Region was lauded by Honorable Joanna Ebangha. She declared “ We were lucky that the minister delegate had a mastery of the subject matter. He took time to explain the raison d’etre of the Presidential Plan and the reconstruction of the North West and South West Region.”
According to the dynamic, active and hard working parliamentarian from Manyu Division of the South West Region Honorable Ebangha Joanna, it was a successful and intense session that witnessed the passing of ten bills with the 2022 finance bill included. The secretary General of the network of Cameroon Female Parliamentarians, called on all the Manyu children who are in the bushes to drop their arms, regain their domicile and give peace a chance since no palpable development can be gotten in a trouble environment.
The elective member of Parliament, the manyu people’s representative speaking as a mother and wife joint her voice with that of the speaker of the National Assembly the Right Honorable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril to condemn the attack on students at Ekondo Titi High School in the South West Region on the 24th November 2021.
To her, it is inhuman to use explosive and handguns to snuff the lives of kids whose age ranges from 12 to 17 years and a teacher. Such act of inhumanity is trampling on the fundamental human right of the child which is that of access to education. She regrets the fact that for years, the conflict in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon has deprived over 700.000 children to their rights of education.