Cameroon’s Presidential hopeful, Professor Maurice Kamto has slammed Vision 4 television channel for promoting hate and division among Cameroonians.
Kamto said he declined an offer to participate in a Vision 4, talk show due to the channel’s repeated hate speeches target towards Cameroon’s Anglophone population.
He made the remark on his official Facebook page today.
Details on his full statement below:
“A journalist from Vision 4 Television channel had contacted my communications team on Monday September 10, requesting that I participate in a talk show.
“I would like to inform the public that I will not be participating again in any program from the said channel because Vision 4 promotes division and hatred among Cameroonians, particularly against innocent English speaking Cameroonian population trapped between secessionist activities and security forces.”
“My decision is in line with Republican values which the channel editorial lines does not respect and consequently isn’t aware of it’s disastrous consequences.”
Reacting to Kamto’s public declaration shortly after, Vision 4 management said it’s Director, Ernest Obama, will be responding to some pertinent points raised by the Presidential candidate over it’s 8pm newscast today.
Journalducameroun.com is following the developments…