Teachers in the North West and South West Region of Cameroon have called off their trade union strike which commenced on November 21, 2016. This has been followed suite by Bishops of the Buea, Kumba and Mamfe Dioceses ordering their Education Secretaries to immediately open schools, colleges and universities for Cameroonian learners. The document calling off the strike was signed by the Trade Union Leaders, urging government to quickly implement what was agreed upon during dialogue in the Ad-hoc Commission on Anglophone Education. This comes as a relief to the governor of the South West Region, His Excellency Mr Okalia Bilai, who has worked frantically hard to pull-off a return to normalcy in his region of influence. The resumption of Roman Catholic Schools and Colleges comes to join Government Schools and Colleges that have resumed timidly, in the previous week.