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UNGA RESOLUTION 1608(XV), 21 APRIL 1961

UNITED NATIONS RESOLUTION 1608(XV), 21 APRIL 1961

united nations resolution:- Southern Cameroonians have been struggling now for more 6 months for something which happen to be their inalienable rights as a dependent people. The United Nations Resolution 1608(xv), 21 April 1961, by the vote of the majority of the member states present, granted the independence of Southern Cameroons. What Southern Cameroonians are fighting for is the restoration of their independence that was hijacked by the Republic of Cameroon with the help of France.

The Republic of Cameroon and France are among the 23 member states that voted against the independence of Southern Cameroons, this fact proved they had as a motive to kidnap Southern Cameroonians and steal their land with everything therein. The struggle of the restoration of the independence of Southern Cameroons is nothing to be compared to South Sudan, Syria and other countries, and that’s because Southern Cameroonians are on the right side of history. Southern Cameroonians are not separatists, they are not secessionists, but a people asking the United Nations to implement their resolutions.

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