By Mwalimu George Ngwane*
"One of the most important lessons I learnt in my life of struggle for freedom and peace is that in any conflict there comes a point when neither side can claim to be right and the other wrong, no matter how much that might have been the case at the start of the conflict.” Nelson Mandela
We all agree that Cameroon is presently facing an unprecedented Anglophone crisis. We also agree that there is need for dialogue. However what some are still to understand are those to be involved in the dialogue (people), what such a dialogue shall focus on (problem) and how the dialogue shall be carried out (process). In other words the key elements in dialogue are the people, problem, process, and to a great extent, the power relations of the conflicting parties before and after the dialogue.