The pain one gets from the death of a loved one can't be described. But the frustration, anger and bitterness that adds on to the pain in a situation where death could have been avoided is unbearable. I am not speaking in tongues. The price we the women, our children and other loved ones are paying in this conflict in the English Speaking Regions of Cameroon is too high. Are you all accomplices to this barbarism and wickedness? If not, then how can you all justify your silence over our plight? When will you take a stand against the carnage in #NWSW of Cameroon, for the women and children trapped in this scenario of power tussle, ruthless brutality and gross violations of human rights? I feel sad and I am confident many women peace builders do too. Are your surprised? We the women have proven to you our commitment to see peace return to our communities, but you seem indifferent. Why then all the fuss about the 20th anniversary of #WPS? Match words with actions and stand with women peace builders in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon. Another Rwanda is brewing and now the world is watching. We can't afford the cost of your silence. What will it take for you to speak up and take a stand?
We, the women in Cameroon, have come together to call for a ceasefire in our country. There is no excuse now.