Did the Commonwealth Fail in Cameroon?

For those who may not know Commonwealth is a voluntary association of “52 independent sovereign countries” with the noble view of promoting democracy, peace, and development of member state. In fact, one of the condition to be member is to demonstrate commitment to: democracy and democratic processes, including free and fair elections and representative legislatures;…

Total Restoration of our Statehood

  The sun may set, the road so rocky, rivers dry, Southern Cameroonians day in and out treated as second class citizens. The government is untouchable, not shakeable and the same names shuffle in the top ranking positions in government. From generation to generation, the answers to our history questions are same if lucky perhaps…

Southern Cameroon, My beloved country.

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…

THE FAITH OF AMBAZONIA AMIDST HISTORICAL COMPLEXITY.

Saturday, 25 March 1995 19:00Border Dispute “NO WIN WITHOUT AMBAZONIA”Summary: Ambazonia the former British Southern Cameroons, a buffer state located between Nigeria’s South Eastern boundary and Cameroun Republic. The final outcome of the case presently before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), will be dependent upon whether or not Ambazonia is acknowledged as a sovereign…

PRESS RELEASE DEMILITARISE BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS FOR PEACEFUL RESOLUTION OF POLITICAL CONFLICT

We hail and salute the nationalistic consciousness and patriotism demonstrated by all the people – men, women, youths and students – of British Southern Cameroons in solidarity with the Common Law Lawyers and the ongoing strike declared by the Teachers Trade Unions. We whole heartedly salute the Common Law Lawyers and the Teachers who as…