( THE DISCRIMINATORY BANNING OF SCNC & CACSC AND THE HARASSMENT & MISTREATMENT OF SCNC MEMBERS BY La Republique du Cameroun )

The Anglophone crisis came to light in October 2016 when Anglophone lawyers and teachers led protests demanding the integrity of their professional institutions to be protected but government of La Republique du Cameroun responded by arresting, detaining and torturing protesters.  In January 2017, denizens from the Southern and Northern Zones of Southern Cameroons, had intensified their…

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A CRY FOR HELP

A Cry for Help. Help, Help ,Help.My house is on fire.PLease ,Please, don’t rape me.Stop,Stop i don’t want anymore beatings.Mother i am hungry and cold.I want to go home! Neighbours,Neighbours come ohhh my son has been killed! My husband has been shot ohhhh.Help me! This is what La Republique government is subjecting the people of…

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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).…

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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…

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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…

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The Foumban Constitutional Conference: A bad beginning for Southern Cameroons

The Foumban Constitutional Conference of 1961 was not properly coordinated because the Southern Cameroons delegation had no constitutional powers to adequately discuss about relations with a third party. At this time, the Southern Cameroons had a constitution passed by the British Parliament on 1st October 1960 known as ‘Southern Cameroons Order-in-Council’ which was a British…

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