EMOTIONS OF TROUBLED AMBAZONIAN

             EMOTIONS OF A TROUBLED AMBAZONIAN My heart bleeds daily because of the suffering of my people The carnage  carried out in the Former  trust territory of British Southern Cameroon is unspeakable .My people are being treated with impunity. The fact is that the former British Southern Cameroons has been…

Independence Is All We Want

Independence Is All We Want for Southern Cameroons   -By Anumboh Eveline Mafor   When Lawyers and Teachers went on the streets in October 2016 to express their dissatisfaction for arrempts to assimilate the Common Law Legal system into the Public law system and the continuous use of French Teachers in English schools in Southern…

NOT ALL LIVES MATTER IN CAMEROON.

     NOT ALL LIVES MATTERS IN  CAMEROON We are made to understand that Cameroon is one and indivisible am I correct? Also Cameroon is a democratic and peace loving nation right? Cameroon is a member of gentleman’s club (UN,Commonwealth,E.T.C.) perfectly correct. Paul Biya is also Cameroon’s one and only president for nearly forty years.…

Cry of the innocent

               Cry of the Innocent   It was on 22nd September 2016 that this problem started.  With a peaceful demonstration, to people being locked up in prison and cells for asking for equal opportunities in their own homeland, Ambazonia.   Young people frustrated   Since 2016, the unsettled situation…

CAMEROOON GOVERNMENT USING THE 2014 ANTI TERORISM LAW TO SLAMMED LIFE JAIL SENTENCES TO SOUTHERN CAMEROONIAN LEADERS.

A leader of Cameroon’s separatist movement , Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and nine of his followers have been given life sentences by a military court in Cameroon capital Yaoundé in the early hours of Tuesday 20th of august 2019. They were convicted of secession, insurrection, rebellion, destruction of state properties, among other charges. Their lawyers accused…

THE CAMEROON GOVERNMENT POINTING ACCUSING FINGERS ON THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS DIASPORA FOR FUELING THE ANGLOPHONE CRISIS

The conflict in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon is deadlocked. There is no dialogue between the government and the separatists, who are both refusing to give grounds; the government is counting on a military victory and refuses to discuss the form of the state; while the separatists demand complete independence. The Anglophone crisis that started…