Cameroon-National Dialogue: The Former President Amadou Ahidjo’s daughter takes her position
Ahmadou Ahidjo the former Cameroonian President’s daugther, reacted to the national dialogue announced by current President Paul Biya. In particular, she spoke of her expectations of this national base.
In Marie-Claire Nana’s diary publication, Cameroon Tribune on newsstands last thursday, Aminatou Ahidjo, President of the Directors’s Board of Yaounde Convention Centre, believes that during this future dialogue, Cameroon must turn the page on and open the drama of peace: “The squall of criticism must not stray from what we have to accomplish in this dialogue (…) We must turn the page on the dramas, open the page of peace, unity, forgiveness, reconciliation and continue life on new bases,” she said.
She invites both to arm themselves with love and the spirit of forgiveness to overcome hatred and division in order to promote national reconciliation: “We must accept, brothers and sisters of the Northwest and Southwest, to repent of wickedness, abuse, intolerance and hatred that gnaw at us,” she added.
“History is our business”...” To write new pages of our country’s history, we must accept forgiveness, forgive each other and go to reconciliation,” she concluded.