RESOLUTIONS

The National Executive Committee, (NECO) and National Council of the Southern Cameroons National Council, (The COUNCIL) met respectively on July, 15 and 16, 2016 in Bamenda. It examined and deliberated on the life of the movement at home and the Diaspora, state of the nation and international scene and took the following Resolutions. THE LIFE…

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AN ADDRESS ON SELF-DETERMINATION TODAY:THE CASE OF BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS, BY NFOR NGALA NFOR, NATIONAL CHAIRMAN, SCNC, AT CONFERENCE ON SELF-DETERMINATION, HOUSE OF LORDS, LONDON, April 26, 2016

Mr. Chairman of Conference, Distinguished Parliamentarians for Self- Determination, Honourable Members of the House of Lords and House of Commons Ladies and Gentlemen Introduction The SCNC leadership, on behalf of the people of the former UN Trust territory of Southern Cameroons under UK Administration, is grateful to be here once more to cry to the…

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THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS

The Germano–Duala Treaty of 12th July 1884, saw the colonisation of Kamerun by Germany. The defeat of Germany in the First World War, and the creation of the League of Nations after the war ended German colonisation of Cameroon. The territory became a mandated territory of the League of Nations and was jointly administered by…

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RIGHT OF BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS TO SELF-DETERMINATION

INCONTROVERTIBLE FACTS British Southern Cameroons was a distinct UN Trust territory under UK administration. British Southern Cameroons attained self-government in 1954. It practiced Parliamentary democracy. It was a shining example of democracy in colonial Africa, with free and transparent elections there was peaceful transfer of power from Prime Minister Dr. Endeley to Mr Foncha in…

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THE LAUNCHING OF “MY ODYSSEY: THE STORY OF CAMEROON REUNIFICATION” Bamenda Congress Hall, by NFON V.E. MUKETE: AN SCNC REACTION.

This write up  is conditioned and necessitated by the share fact that during this historic book launch on Nov. 27, 2015 the high table in Machiavellian style deleted “Q & A” from the programme and allowed no room for the anxious audience to ask a question or make a comment. Instead the Governor made his…

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