Massacre in Bali

The locality of Bali Nyonga in the North West region of Cameroon recorded another massacre by the military of the evil regime of Paul Biya. Seven unarmed civilians were brutally killed on Saturday 25th of May 2019 from same family. Among the victims were: Vincent Dingkaa George Foncham Baya Peter Dominic Kwoyila (Injured but died…

HYPOCRISY OR STUPIDITY

BREAKING NEWS from Biya ‘s worsening incapacitated state of delusional imagination characterized by holding idiosyncratic beliefs of commiting war cimes against humanity and genocides when Biya ordered Cameroon Army (BIR)to burn down churches “Hospitals. Schools. Villages.looted shops.banks.credit unions places of business and other valuable properties,killing innocent civilians in their thousands,thousands internally and externally displaced living…

WE MUST RESIST

The Cameroonian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release all arrested both in the north west and South West regions of Cameroon, not forgetting Mr Ayuk Tabe Julius and his entire cabinet who were also illegally adopted and deported from Nigeria earlier this year, and lift the ban imposed on SCNC ( Southen Cameroons National Council).…

CAMEROON GOVERNMENT USING ANTI-TERRORISM LAW TO SILENCE CRITICS AND SCNC ACTIVIST

Cameroon’s governments under president Paul Biya is bearing down on separatist movement fighting for the rights of a minority English language region using as its weapon a sweeping new anti-terrorism law introduced in 2014. The Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) which is demanding an independent southern Cameroons made up of Cameroon’s northwest and Southwest regions…

The Anglophone Crisis and the Role of the SCNC in Achieving Freedom for Southern Cameroons

The Anglophone crisis is a conflict in the Anglophone southern Cameroons region of Cameroon with separatists fighting against the government of Cameroon. It is a long standing Anglophone problem in Cameroon. Before 1961, southern Cameroons were a British administered territory from Nigeria. They elected to join the republic of Cameroon by UN Plebiscite in 1961…

The plight for Justice

The current crisis is a particularly worrying resurgence of an old problem. Never before has tension around the Anglophone issue been so acute. The mobilisation of lawyers, teachers and students starting in October 2016, ignored then put down by the government, has revived identity-based movements which date back to the 1970s. These movements are demanding…