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Cameroon on brink of collapse – By Emma Emeozor

Fifty six years after British Cameroon and French Cameroon united to become the Republic of Cameroon following a United Nations-sponsored referendum, the marriage seems to be heading for collapse. The English speaking region has repeatedly accused the French speaking Cameroon-dominated government of marginalization and high-handedness in dealing with its people. In late October 2016, Southern Cameroon unions representing lawyers and teachers staged a public protest against the imposition of the French language in courts and educational institutions in the region. The action won popular support and provided ground for the…

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Common Law Lawyers are more resolute and are not moved by promises!!

I WON’T GO TO COURT ON TUESDAY 02.05.2017!!! (By ShuSheey Barrister AKUWIYADZE) I won’t go to court on the 02.05.2017. Lawyers in West Cameroon have lost income for six months and their families are suffering. Were they sacrificing for the usual promises? No, Mr. President of the Cameroon Bar Council, I won’t go to court on the 02.05.2017. Consortium Leaders are in jail, some on self exile, while their families are suffering in Cameroon. Did they ask for promises? No, Mr. President of Cameroon Bar Council, I won’t go to…

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The Lagos Resolutions; 50% Victory to Southern Cameroonians

We at Amba Media(AM) congratulates SCACUF for spearheading the uniting initiative and for bringing other key play players in this struggle under one banner. By forging us a unity, a thing most people believed was far-fetched, we at Amba Media can confidently say the War is 50% won.  

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Independent Ambazonia: A Sharp Contrast To The South Sudan Scenario.

Freedom for Southern Cameroons is a must: Southern Cameroons: It has been a hammering point by those who preach against the quest for Ambazonia’s statehood, that if we are free from Cameroun today, we shall land ourselves in the situation that the South Sudan nation finds itself today, after gaining independence from Umar El-Bashir’s Sudan in July 2011. Inasmuch as this may be considered a presentation of pessimism and a representation of misfortune tellers, the crisis in South Sudan republic is filled with a litany of lessons to be learned;…

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