AN OPEN LETTER TO BOH HERBERT ON THE PLIGHT OF THE PEOPLE OF THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS: HOMECOMING OR HOMEGOING? Dear Mr. Boh Herbert, The Southern Cameroon struggle has proven to be a three-cornered battle. In one corner are those of the restoration of independent stance who posit that there is only one way to end […]
Excerpt: “Civilians in Cameroon’s Anglophone Northwest and Southwest regions are at immediate risk of mass atrocities in a political crisis that emerged from the government’s real and perceived marginalization of Anglophone linguistic and cultural rights and identity. Cameroon currently ranks number nine of countries at risk of mass killing in the Simon-Skjodt Center’s Statistical Risk […]
The Catholic Bishops of Cameroon have been in Mamfe since Sunday January 8, 2017 for an annual seminar. Yesterday, the national broadcaster CRTV reported falsely that the bishops of Cameroon have pleaded with teachers to call off the strike. The bishops are still consistent with their appeal for dialogue. And the bishops of the Ecclesiastical […]
February 4, 2017 Cameroons Teachers Union Leader speaks from a foreign embassy in the Republique du Cameroun, encouraging citizens of British Southern Cameroons to hang on tight until our goals are achieved.
A Tribute To A Hero 10th of December 2016 is a day that I normally celebrate because it is the international human rights day, but this particular 10th of December 2016 will have a double significance in my life. It is a day that my hero, my mentor, my role model, my biggest supporter and […]
By Ntumfoyn Boh Herbert (Yindo Toh) Washington, 14 January 2017: The charismatic Member of Parliament (MP) for Bui-South, Hon. Joseph Wirba, crossed yet another line in the sand Saturday when he royally ignored a ban by the colonial administrators of Bui Division to preside a heavily-attended rally at Squares, Kumbo. His convoy, preceded by over-excited, […]