Southern Cameroon a United Nation territory ruled by Britain under Nigeria. After Nigeria independence on October 1st, 1960, left Nigeria to join the French Cameroon. Today my people are suffering, arrested, murdered and marginalized because of their human right. Is it a crime to fight for your fatherland, culture, language, educational system, judiciary system, health system? Is it a crime to fight for your future and that of your future generation?
Since November 2016 till date, Southern Cameroonians demonstrated on the streets of various towns, Kumba, Bamenda, Limbe, Buea etc for the restoration of their independence statehood, the people are suffering. As a result of the strike action. Private teachers, lawyers, and traders have no money to look after their families, pay rents, bills and even food to for their families. Students, lawyers, teachers and a judge are arrested, raped, tortured then put to prison from their homes, streets and students hostel. For no reason at all, only for the sake that, they are Southern Cameroonians taking up their responsibility as loyal citizens as their right, some because they are in secessionist groups leaders. Families are crying calling on the government of La Republic du Cameroon for their release, no answer. A country where people are jail with no crime, is that fair in this modern society? Clergies are taken to court for not forcing the parents to sent their children to school. Must you force Southern Cameroonians to join French Cameroon? If we Southern Cameroonians are marginalized by La Republic du Cameroon, set us free. We are in need freedom. Europeans today are negotiating for the exit of other European countries, why not Southern Cameroon and La Republic du Cameroon.
HELP SOUTHERN CAMEROON
By Cecile Ebvangah Tarh
SCNC ACTIVIST UK