From every corner of the country, and even beyond national borders, citizens, since this Sunday, are sharing their pictures taken with the national flag thereby showing support to “ brothers and sisters of the Anglophone regions” .

The concept launched last Sunday by a francophone  journalist known as Guibai Gatama, has already been shared by nearly 5,000 people on social media.

It all started with a post from the Publisher of L’œil du Sahel on his Facebook page exhibiting a picture of him holding  the national flag of Cameroon.

In the image, with his hands, he extends the national flag of Cameroon symbol of unity.

The message which follows reads: “The green-red-yellow with a star is my companion until October 4”.

This is how the “Unity Challenge” has taken off on the internet.

From every corner of the country, and even beyond national borders, citizens, since this Sunday, are sharing their pictures taken with the national flag thereby showing support to “ brothers and sisters of the Anglophone regions” .

On his wall, the Publisher of L’oeil du Sahel Newspaper has already posted nearly 250 different pictures of the said “unity challengers”.

The concept #UnityChallenge ends this Wednesday, October 4, 2017 and will undoubtedly awaken the patriotic consciousness in many cameroonian more present nowadays on online platforms.