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Roadmap to the Restoration of Independence

Movement for the Restoration of the Independence of Southern Cameroons (MoRISC)

Mission: Enthrone a Government in Southern Cameroons that is based on popular consent, deriving authority and legitimacy from the people; not the decrees or might of a regime that, since 1961, is injurious to citizens’ rights to life, freedom, independence, equality and dignity.

Roadmap to the Restoration of Independence

Sunday, 1 January 2017

  • Launch of a well-coordinated Campaign of Civil Disobedience to De-legitimize Colonialism by boycotting all events organized and/or presided by Governors, Senior Divisional Officers, Divisional Officers, and/or Government Delegates. Campaign declares null and void the powers conferred by decree (not flowing from the people) on these colonial officials.
  • Elected Councilors, Elected Mayors, Elected Members of Parliament, and Elected Senators along with the Elected Leaders of Major Trade Unions (Lawyers, Teachers, Student Leaders, Traders, “Okada” Riders, etc.) to constitute the Lower House of the New Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons. (Officials who decline to serve shall be replaced by their alternates, their assistants, or the next officer in order of protocol).
  • Launch of Campaign to Rehabilitate/Legitimize the Chiefs and Fons ahead of the Revamping of the House of Chiefs and Fons. The House of Chiefs and Fons to serve as the Upper Chamber of the New Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons. (Citizens whose Chiefs and/or Fons decline to serve will have option to designate another traditional authority.)
  • Launch of the “Prayer for the Peaceful Restoration of Independence” to be said on all Sundays and on all Fridays in all churches and mosques across Southern Cameroons. (Prayer to be sent on 30 December 2016).
  • Launch grassroots branches of MoRISC and “Resistance Offices”.
  • Launch of the global eCitizenship campaign for Southern Cameroons.
  • NB: No officials appointed by the Government of La Republique du Cameroun shall be able to serve unless they first resign and are vetted.Go to Calendar Here or Continue for Full Road Map Story

Monday, 2 January 2017 (and Every Monday until 30 September 2017)

  • Well-coordinated Ghost Towns to be held once a week – on every Monday – in all the counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons.

Saturday, 21 January 2017 (Maryland, USA)

  • MoRISC Conference for the North America Diaspora holds in Maryland to agree the role of the Diaspora in the Restoration of Independence; raise funds for the movement; honor the heroes/martyrs of the struggle; complete the process of setting up MoRISC branches across the United States.
  • Use the convention of MoRISC in Maryland to agree the objectives, themes and agenda of the worldwide Diaspora Conventions of Southern Cameroonians billed for 11 February 2017 around the globe.
  • Setting up of the Constitutional Drafting Committee; the Committee charged with writing an Election Law and setting up the Independent Electoral Commission; the setting up of the Committee for Drafting a Law to Resolve Business Disputes; and Other Key Pieces of Legislature from among law professors and lawyers of the Bar Councils of the North West and the South West

Saturday-Sunday, 4-5 February 2017

  • Setting up of and election of the leadership teams of MoRISC in all the cities, towns, counties, divisions, villages, and hamlets of Southern Cameroons.
  • Election of the leadership teams of MoRISC at the level of the North West and South West Regions.

Saturday, 11 February 2017

  • Massive boycott (Ghost Towns) to use of Youth Day to erase the history of Southern Cameroons, notably Plebiscite Day (11 February 1961).
  • First Southern Cameroons Day to Show Overwhelming Support for the Restoration of Independence (From exactly noon and lasting only until exactly 1pm: all citizens of Southern Cameroons on “Ghost Town” campaign to step out of their homes into the road/street in front of their homes and to join in on a country-wide shaming of colonialism through the ringing of bells, booing, shouting, beating of drums, buckets, dancing, clapping of hands, etc.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
  • MoRISC Conventions of the Southern Cameroons Diaspora hold Worldwide in every country where Southern Cameroonians are based.
  • Election at the MoRISC Worldwide Conventions of the Diaspora Elect an Ambassador-in-Waiting and Embassy Staff-in-Waiting for each country.
  • Election at the MoRISC Worldwide Conventions of the leadership across the world.
  • The House of Chiefs and Fons (Upper Chamber of the Southern Cameroons Interim Congress) Opens virtually.
  • The Legislature/Parliament (Lower House of the Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons) convenes virtually. Enlarged membership to include Representatives of Elected Councilors, Elected Mayors, Elected Parliamentarians, Elected Senators, Elected Reps. of Students, Lawyers, Traders, Women, Religious Leaders, Transporters and “Okada” Riders, etc.
  • The Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons authorizes a number of its members to enter into negotiations with the Government of La Republique du Cameroun; to reach transition arrangements, including future diplomatic relations, responsibility for the national debt, compensation for the parties, currency, security and defense.
  • MoRISC opens process for receipt of applications for the posts of Governors-in-Waiting of the North West and South West Regions, and Senior Divisional Officer-in-Waiting and Divisional Officer-in-Waiting. These positions will be open during this transition to only natural leaders of the people (Chiefs/Fons) and to already elected officers: Elected Senators, Elected Parliamentarians, Elected Mayors, Elected Councilors.
  • MoRISC holds election to add Southern Cameroonian Youth organizations leaders into Lower Chamber, in case youth representation is inadequate.

Sunday, 12 February 2017

  • Inauguration Ceremonies for the newly-elected Ambassadors-in-Waiting and Southern Cameroons Embassy Staff-in-Waiting in the Diaspora.
  • Transmission of the names and contacts of the Ambassadors-in-Waiting and staff of the soon-to-be-established diplomatic missions to the Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons.
  • The process opens for receipt of applications for positions in the upcoming Interim Government of Southern Cameroons.

Monday, 13 February 2017

  • Dispatch of the first official diplomatic letters by the Ambassadors-in-Waiting to inform the Governments of the countries in the Diaspora of the outcome of the MoRISC Diaspora Conventions.
  • Start of active lobbying of the host countries where the Southern Cameroonian Diaspora is based in order to win recognition.

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

  • Second Southern Cameroons Day for Show of Overwhelming Support for Independence (Street Demonstrations in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. All citizens to demonstrate on the roadway or streets outside their homes from exactly noon and closing promptly at 1pm by ringing bells, beating drums, booing, dancing in the streets/roadways)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.

Monday, 6 March 2017

  • Transmission of the First Report on the eCitizenship Campaign of Southern Cameroons to the United Nations, the African Union, the Government of La Republique du Cameroun, all member countries of the United Nations and global media.
  • Designation by the Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons of the team of experts to begin negotiations with the African Development Bank, the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund on partnership in the development of Southern Cameroons.

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

  • Total boycott of all International Women’s Day events organized or chaired by officials (Governors, SDOs, Dos, etc.) designated by the Yaounde colonial government.
  • MoRISC organizes election to recruit additional female members of the Interim Congress to ensure gender balance, if found to be wanting.

Friday, 24 March 2017

  • Deadline for receipt of applications to serve in the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons.

Saturday, 1 April 2017

  • Fourth Southern Cameroons Day for Showing Total Support for Independence (Street Demonstrations in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. All citizens to demonstrate on the roadway or streets outside their homes from exactly noon and closing promptly at 1pm: ringing of bells, beating of drums, booing, dancing, shouting, ululation, etc.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
  • Transmission of all applications received from candidates seeking to serve in the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons to the Interim Congress enlarged to include Ambassadors-in-Waiting.

Friday-Saturday, 14-15 April 2017

  • Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons enlarged to include Ambassadors-in-Waiting begins voting (remotely) on the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons.

Friday, 21 April 2017

  • All Day Ghost Town in sign of protest at the subversion of the independence of Southern Cameroons, granted by United Nations General Assembly Resolution on 21 April 1961.
  • Organization of the Fifth Southern Cameroons Day to Proclaim Total Support for the Restoration of Independence to be marked by citizens stepping out of their homes exactly at noon and lasting only until 1pm to the sound of bells ringing, drums beating, boos, singing, dancing, clapping and ululation.
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
  • Announcement of the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons.
  • Election by the Interim Congress enlarged to include Ambassadors-in-Waiting of the Governors-in-Waiting for the North West and South West Regions of Southern Cameroons with applicants drawn from among the Chiefs and/or Fons, elected councilors, elected mayors, elected parliamentarians and senators.
  • Election from among elected councilors, elected mayors, elected parliamentarians and senators of SDOs-in-Waiting and Dos-in-Waiting for all the counties/divisions of the North West and South West.
  • Position of Government Delegate to Urban Council disbanded.

Monday, 1 May 2017

  • Total boycott of all celebrations organized by colonial administrators appointed by Yaounde to mark Labor Day Celebrations.
  • Organization of the Sixth Southern Cameroons Day to Show Total Support for Independence (Street Demonstrations in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. All citizens to demonstrate on the roadway or streets outside their homes from exactly noon and closing promptly at 1pm.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
  • MoRISC organizes the election of the country-wide leadership team of the Federation of Southern Cameroonian Workers (if not yet in place).

Saturday, 20 May 2017

  • Total boycott of all celebrations organized by colonial administrators appointed by Yaounde to mark the so-called reunification of 20th May.
  • Organization of the Seventh Southern Cameroons Day to Show Total Support for Independence (Booing, ringing of bells, beating of drums, dancing in the streets and roads in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. Demonstrations to last exactly one hour, from noon and closing promptly at 1pm.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.

Thursday, 1 June 2017

  • Organization of the Eighth Southern Cameroons Day to Show Total Support for Independence (Booing, ringing of bells, beating of drums, dancing in the streets and roads in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. Demonstrations to last exactly one hour, from noon and closing promptly at 1pm.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
  • Transmission of the Second Report of the eCitizenship Campaign of Southern Cameroons to the United Nations, the African Union, the Government of La Republique du Cameroun, and all member states of the United Nations.

Saturday,1 July 2017

  • Organization of the Ninth Southern Cameroons Day to Show Total Support for Independence (Booing, ringing of bells, beating of drums, dancing in the streets and roads in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. Demonstrations to last exactly one hour, from noon and closing promptly at 1pm.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

  • Organization of the Tenth Southern Cameroons Day to Show Total Support for Independence (Booing, ringing of bells, beating of drums, dancing in the streets and roads in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. Demonstrations to last exactly one hour, from noon and closing promptly at 1pm.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.

Friday, 1 September 2017

  • Organization of the Eleventh Southern Cameroons Day to Show Total Support for Independence (Booing, ringing of bells, beating of drums, dancing in the streets and roads in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. Demonstrations to last exactly one hour, from noon and closing promptly at 1pm.)
  • Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
  • Transmission of the Third and Final Report of the eCitizenship Campaign of Southern Cameroons to the United Nations, the African Union, the Government of La Republique du Cameroun, and all member states of the United Nations.

Monday-Wednesday, 25-27 September 2017

  • Arrival at Tiko and Bamenda International Airports aboard Charter Flights of Ambassadors-in-Waiting of Southern Cameroons from around the world.
  • Arrival at Tiko and Bamenda International Airports aboard aboard Charter Flights of Diaspora Delegations.

Saturday, 30 September 2017

  • Independence Vigil – All Citizens of Southern Cameroons attend independence vigil ahead of independence the next day (Booing, ringing of bells, beating of drums, dancing in the streets and roads in all counties, towns, villages and hamlets of Southern Cameroons. Demonstrations to last all night.)
  • International press coverage of the Vigil organized.

Sunday, 1 October 2017

  • Independence Restoration Day
  • Formal assumption of duty in the capital, Buea, by members of the Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons.
  • Inauguration of the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons.
  • International press coverage of the inaugurations organized.
  • Inauguration balls held across all of the major towns of Southern Cameroons. (Organizers of official balls to register with MoRISC in advance)

Monday, 2 October 2017

  • First Full Day of Independent Southern Cameroons
  • National Day for Celebrating Heroes and Martyrs of Southern Cameroon’s Struggle for the Restoration of Independence
  • Launch of contests to, among others, design a flag, compose an anthem, name the new country, adopt a new code of arms, etc.
  • First full day of work for the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons.
  • First full day of the Drafting Committee of the new constitution and electoral law of Southern Cameroons.
  • First full day of County, town, village and hamlet Electoral Commissions to agree the new electoral law.
  • Start of registration for the first general elections of Southern Cameroons.

Wednesday, 4 October 2017

  • Schools Reopen for First Term across Southern Cameroons