Africa’s next civil war could be in Cameroon May 30, 2018 Excerpts: “If you look at what is going on now, you can call it a civil war,” said John Mukum Mbaku, a professor at Weber State University in Utah and a nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institution. “The government is shooting down defenseless villagers, […]
June 28, 2018 As Cameroon English Speakers Fight to Break Away, Violence Mounts Excerpts: “For a year and a half, the Cameroonian military has been accused of beating and arresting people suspected of being separatists, torching homes and killing unarmed protesters. … Cho Ayaba, commander in chief of Ambazonian Defense Forces, who delivers orders from […]
February 11, 2017
Written by John Amba
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.
Written by Herbert Boh
Audio by Ntumfoyn Herbert Boh January 25, 2017
May 9, 2018 The Republic of Cameroun (independent on 1st January 1960) continues its scorched earth campaign against Southern Cameroons aka AMBAZONIA (independent 1st October 1961) and now resolve to LIVE FREE OR DIE.