The Anglophone General Conference that was supposed to hold in Buea from the 21-22 November has been postponed, the organisers have said.
The Conference Organizing Committee, COC, of the Anglophone General Conference made the announcement on Monday November 19or their but did not advance resaons for their decision.
“While waiting for the State to formally approve our application for authorization of the conference, the COC is calling on all Camerppnians of goodwill and also the international community to continue lending support to this initiative,” the organising committee said in a statement.
The organizers have however convened a press conference for Tuesday November 20 at the Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral in Douala at 2pm to carify public opinion on their decision.
It should be recalled that the main organizers of the conference led by the Emeritus Archbishop of the ouala Archdiocese Cardinal Tumi were already in Bua at the weekend to secure authorization from local authorities which was reportedly not granted.