DEMOCRACY: FOREFRONT OF AFRICA’S PREDICAMENTS IT’S TIME FOR AFRICANS TO REVISIT THE ANCESTRAL SCROLLS! Democracy, the government of the people, by the people, and for the people. A catchy phrase it is, don’t you agree? Well at the moment, it is the same unmasked demon putting Africa and Africans at the table’s edge and ready to let go. While many would see democracy as the gateway to capping corruption, handing off most desired freedom to the people, putting various spiced dishes on the table and asking your children to make…

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Mr. Tapang Ivo News Southern Cameroons 

Decoding Tapang Ivo

Mr. Tapang Ivo and his inconsistencies: Mr. Tapang Ivo is a very intelligent and brilliant  Southern Cameroonian! We stumbled upon this beautiful piece of literature written and posted on his timeline from his well schooled mind. Take your time to read it before reading Amba Media’s take below: Yes, I am married to a lady. But for a long time, I hardly ever listen to her every time she complains about her needs. I am arrogant, intolerant and abusive towards her. But, I will never let her go because I…

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From Bareta.Press 

Archives From Brussels; Mark Bareta

Southern Cameroonians in Belgium nearly lynched this La Republique agent who came from the Cameroun embassy taking pictures of the Southern Cameroons rally. He was saved by the Belgian police because we were about doing block by block justice on him. The struggle continues. Wherever you are be the foot soldier of the struggle. Defend Homeland. Ghost towns Monday 8th. Inform 15 persons now by text. #FreeAllArrested #FreeSouthernCameroons #Referendum4SouthernCameroons

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tassang wilfred From Bareta.Press 

Mr. Tassang Wilfred The God Fearing Leader Shuns The wolves in Sheep Clothing Bishops

Mr. Tassang Wilfred, Consortium Programm Coordinator continues to school and responds to the Bishops of Cameroun letter concerning the Anglophone Crisis: He wrote amongst others: The Rule of Law In point 5 of their Episcopal Letter, the Bishops made reference to the rule of law, thereby giving the impression that Cameroun not only has good laws, but respects such laws. In fact, the Bishops are saying Cameroun is a State of law, whereas we all know the contrary. The mere fact that government agents released forces of law and order…

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