September 22, 2017 CAMEROONS: Franco-Cameroun armed agents are going round the town of Bamenda and without provocation, they are spraying water cannons and shooting at the youth with live bullets. You can hear the kid with the camera saying “Oh Lord Help Us … !!” Comment: A govt that hunts down unarmed citizens like this […]
Audio Commentary/Editorial by Cameroon Journal
By Dr. David Makongo Dear Mr. President, the reason I chose to write you an open letter is because I’m not too sure posting a mail to the Presidency is still ideal considering your “End of Year Speech” was leaked to the public several hours before you could even address the nation. Before I state […]
March 4, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE! Fellow Southern Cameroonians, My dear people. It is with a heavy heart that I, Prince Akere Divine Achu, speak to you once more as President of the Southern Cameroons Parents Association. At this very moment, millions of Southern Cameroonian children are out of school, their education temporarily interrupted due […]
Excerpt: “Section 1. Respect for the Integrity of the Person, Including Freedom from: a. Arbitrary Deprivation of Life and Other Unlawful or Politically Motivated Killings There were several reports security force officials committed arbitrary and unlawful killings through excessive use of force in the execution of official duties. …” Full dossier [pdf-embedder url=”http://morisc.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/2017humanrightsreportCameroon.pdf”]
Report by Sixtus Mbom, Yaounde, Cameroun December 31, 2016
Written by Wanaku
Rare video clip of the people of the British Southern Cameroons casting their votes during the 1961 plebiscite. Shared by D. Tande
Creation of MoRISC Branches Across Southern Cameroons A Call for Registration of Intent Dear Southern Cameroonians on the Homeland, If you are Southern Cameroonian and currently live on the Homeland… If you are one of the leaders of pro-democracy, pro-human rights organizations or of trade unions in the Southern Cameroons Homeland and feel confident that […]
I have a general comment to make. First of all this laudable idea in creating this website to share information back home.
My concern is that the realities of this struggle is lived back home. My greatest concern is that information is disimiliated in diversed rangs and followers get confused on which instructions to follow. I would suggest that our brothers from the diaspora should connect with those at home for adequate synchronizaction and dissimilation of ideas to the consumption of followers. I would suggest that a communication board be formed to dish out announcements of general interest to avoid confusion in the fight for our independence.
Please I beg for privacy to be respected.
Commenting from Yaounde – Cameroon