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ONLY A MATTER OF TIME

ONLY A MATTER OF TIME

It is now stale news that, according to the United States embassy in Yaounde, a baron of the Grand Nord has been assertive that a Bamileke shall not be allowed to succeed President Paul Biya, much less an Anglophone. That only came to underline Paul Ayah’s query over the years as to why, in Camerouoon, […]

AN OPEN LETTER TO AMBAZONIA FIGHTERS ON GROUND ZERO AND ALL LEADERS!!

AN OPEN LETTER TO AMBAZONIA FIGHTERS ON GROUND ZERO AND ALL LEADERS!!

My dear brothers and sisters of the different factions of Ambazonia struggle, I greet you all in the name of REAL CHANGE in Cameroon. My dear brothers and sisters within the different factions of initiative of resistance which led to the creation of “Ambazonian Defense Forces (ADF), permit me to call on your attention on […]

WRETCHED MORONS

WRETCHED MORONS

My primary school teachers would want a pupil to confess because all evidence was against the pupil. If the pupil remained adamant, the teacher would ROAR: “Don’t play over my intelligence!” The Camerouoonianese dullards who are lording it over us these days are unable to remember those distant episodes. After all, how cleverer are they […]

Why France Should Support Referendum on Anglophone Question

Why France Should Support Referendum on Anglophone Question

  This reflection is inspired by the fact that when pro-independence activists in the French overseas territory of Caledonia started their revolt, France did not turn a deaf ear on them nor wasted useful time on cosmetic changes, but equickly went ahead to promise a referendum on the issue, which referendum took place early November. […]

Open letter to H.E Paul Biya, newly re-elected President of Cameroun

Open letter to H.E Paul Biya, newly re-elected President of Cameroun

Your Excellency, I followed your inaugural address on the 6 November 2018 with keen attention and with particular focus on your plan to end the raging war in the North West Region and South West Region. Your Excellency, permit me to recall that the conflict in the North West Region and South West Region is […]

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 […]

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