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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 […]

Foncha’s ‘Truth Shall Prevail’ On Federalism Justified

Foncha’s ‘Truth Shall Prevail’ On Federalism Justified

Decades ago, Dr. John Ngu Foncha, then Prime Minister of Southern Cameroons, was rebuffed by Britain and the United Nations when he asked for full independence for Southern Cameroons. He later advocated for a federation of two equal States into which Southern Cameroons and La Republique du Cameroun entered in 1961. Events of May 20, […]

10 POINTS FOR AMBAZONIA INDEPENDENCE BY A GERMAN ACTIVIST

10 POINTS FOR AMBAZONIA INDEPENDENCE BY A GERMAN ACTIVIST

  Mr. Christoph Hans Messner, is a German, who is also involved in the German resistance against the wrong way of New World Order. He has a university degree in educational psychology and will publish a political book in German soon called “World Pyramid of Power? Strategic questions to the Political Resistance”. He has strong […]

Are Southern Cameroonians Fighting for “Secession” or to “Separation”?

Are Southern Cameroonians Fighting for “Secession” or to “Separation”?

In this present struggle for our freedom and independence, we should be very careful and articulate in the way we use legal words and concepts in order not to create the wrong impression. I say so because I have heard and read many write-ups on Facebook where Southern Cameroonians are voicing that they want “Secession” […]

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