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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*EVERY ELASTIC HAS A LIMIT The State of our Revolution , Southern Cameroon {AMBAZONIA}*

The periods between 1st October 1961 to 2nd June 1972 and beyond reflects a clear intent of France and French Cameroon {la Republic du Cameroon} to recolonise and assimilate the people of British Southern Cameroons also known as West Cameroon {Ambazonia}. Through a high level conspiracy between the international community and the United Nations {UNO},…

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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…

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“Decolonisation of Southern Cameroons by Cameroun

Despite the non-acknowledgement/denial of the Anglophone problem from Francophone government leaders,there exists a discontent by Anglophones, both young and old, as to how Anglophones are treated.This discontent presents itself in calls for federation or separation with movements that are gathering strength.At the core of Anglophone grievances is the loss of the former West Cameroons as…

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