Opinion Paper – December 2016 WHAT IS THE ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM? By HFA The past few weeks will be recorded in the history of Cameroon as a period when some Cameroonians decided to stand up against what they perceive as the systematic marginalisation of a people who, by virtue of their common heritage (education, culture, way […]
Free Mola Njoh Litumbe November 14 · Dear Comrade Jonathan et al The Foumban Conference of July 1961 was not properly constituted because the Southern Cameroons delegation had no constitutional power to validly discuss SC external relations with third parties. The Constitution of Southern Cameroons at the time was “The Southern Cameroons Order-in-Council 1960” which […]
By Ntumfoyn Herbert Boh (Yindo Toh)* Washington, 8 December 2016 – Riot police and paramilitary forces shot into crowds of protesters Thursday killing more than ten people in the town of Bamenda, the capital of the English-speaking North West Region of Cameroon and a stronghold of Cameroon’s main opposition political party, the Social Democratic Party […]
Washington, DC, 9 December 2016 – The Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC – North America) condemns, in the strongest terms, the horrifying executions of more than ten people Thursday in the city of Bamenda (North West Region of the Cameroons) and of two additional people gunned down Friday in the town of Kumba (situated in the […]
A Dozen Killed. Hundreds Arrested. Many Feared “Disappeared”. Government Media in Pre-1994 Rwandan Genocide Gear. U.S.-Donated Military Equipment Deployed, Killing Civilians. More than a dozen people have been killed. Over 70 injured after riot police and paramilitary forces opened fire on crowds of peaceful protesters in the towns of Bamenda, Buea and Kumba located the […]
Mission: Enthrone a Government in Southern Cameroons that is based on popular consent, deriving authority and legitimacy from the people; not from the decrees or might of a regime that, since 1961, is injurious to citizens’ rights to life, freedom, independence, equality and dignity.