The commission incharge of promoting bilingualism and multiculturalism in Cameroon has fully gone down to business this week, not just following the installation of this pioneer commission’s first Secretary general, in the person of Cornelius Chi Asafor, but also as a result of its plan of action now drawn.
The plan of action of the commission led by Peter Maffany Musonge was adopted during the commision’s second session on June 14. Some basic concerns on its functioning now have answers to.
The Head office of the Mussonge commission is at the emmergence Ministerial complex in Yaounde, some 700 million cfa frs has been allocated by the Head of state for its activities, pending the voting of a budget. The national commission on bilingualism and multiculturalism would work in synergy with its twin in Canada to benefit from the Canadian expertise in handling culture and language based discrimination, and other issues under its competence.