Human rights lawyer Felix Agbor Nkongho will today present the crisis rocking the North West and South West regions of Cameroon at the Canadian parliament.
Agbor Balla who has been in Canada since the start of the week had a series of meetings with Canadian parliamentarians to present the Anglophone problem.
“As I address the Canadian parliament this afternoon, I will need your prayers in this daunting and challenging task. Pray that God should give me the strength, humility, boldness and the gift of the garb to use the right words and speak truth to power. Thanks for your continuous support,” Agbor Balla urged Cameroonians on his Facebook page.
He met with Gary Anandasangaree, Canadian MP and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism.
He also had a meeting with MP Omar Alghabra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Trade Diversification and Jean- Bernard Parenteau; Director of West and Central Africa in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as both men discussed ways in seeking a solution to the crisis.
Agbor Balla, founder of the Centre of Human Rights and Democracy in Africa also used the opportunity to join in a protests of Indigenous Peoples in front of the Canadian Parliament before his address to the Parliamentarians.