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How only Negotiations, Not Dialogue, can Put an end to the Anglophone crisis

How only Negotiations, Not Dialogue, can Put an end to the Anglophone crisis

This reflection is inspired by the fact that as British Consul, Hewlett took all his time dragging feet in Lagos rather than quickly coming over to Douala to sign agreements of ownership of Cameroon with the Douala Kings and by the time he arrived the Germans had already done the deal, government’s feet dragging over […]

CONCEIT IS OF THE DEVIL

CONCEIT IS OF THE DEVIL

Under no circumstance, and in no situation of conflict, should the peaceful option ever be ruled out. It is easy to destroy but difficult to build; easy to save but impossible to revive; easy to build/maintain peace but difficult to rebuild peace! Some great writer once stated: “True friendship once severed can never be regained”. […]

9 Capital Sins Francophones Committed Against Anglophones

9 Capital Sins Francophones Committed Against Anglophones

On 1st January 1960, French Cameroun comes out of colonization and gains her independence from France.During this period, Anglophone Cameroon is still under British rule. The résolution 1352 of the UNO authorises Britain to organise a referendum to either join its Cameroon colonies either to Nigéria or to French Cameroun. On 11 February 1961, the […]

Proposal to End the War in Cameroon (I)

Proposal to End the War in Cameroon (I)

By Dr. Nfor N Susungi (Chairman of the Economy Group of  the AGC) 1.0  I read with great interest the statement that was published by Prime Minister Peter Musonge on his Facebook page on the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon.  I was taken by surprise by this statement because it did not seem to reflect the […]

Abouem a Tchoyi! A Prophet Has No Honour In His Homeland.

Abouem a Tchoyi! A Prophet Has No Honour In His Homeland.

About 18 months ago in January 2017, he warned that the anglophone problem could become a second Boko Haram. Tchiroma ridiculed him for his utterances………” The former governor of the South West and North West region, David Abouèm à Tchoyi has sounded a note of caution to President Biya and his Beti Ewondo gang, that […]

The Complexity Of A Social Crisis

The Complexity Of A Social Crisis

By Ekema Emmanuel Likine, Political Sociologist.  Social crisis are easy to start but very difficult to end. Their validity is sustained as long as different interest groups come up with diverse motives to keep the crisis alive. Social crisis are most often the brain child of the elites class that sets the goal for a […]

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