Cameroon: Final resolutions expected as Major National Dialogue wraps up today

The Major National Dialogue wraps up today at the Yaounde Conference Centre with the reading and adoption of the final resolutions.
The event comes to a close after days of work from delegates all over the country and the diaspora to seek ways to solve the crisis in the North West and South West Regions of the country.
Prime Minister Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute is expected to close the event today as the resolutions will then be transferred to the Head of State for measures to be taken.
Yesterday, the eight committees set up for the dialogue wrapped up their and presented their work at the plenary which was adopted ahead of the closing ceremony today.