February 11, 2017
Video excerpt of proceedings of the MoRISC Conference in Hagerstown WA Saturday February 11, 2017.
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February 11, 2017
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 […]
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 […]
March 15, 2017 Pope Francis came face-to-face with the flag of Southern Cameroons today in Rome. Hopefully the Holy See becomes one of the First Nations to recognize the international sovereignty of Southern Cameroons.
June 2017 Audio Only Below
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 […]
Written by John Amba
By Innocent Chia April 24 2017 Why have the parliamentarians from Southern Cameroons not yet resigned from the glass house at NgoaEkele? Better yet, are the parliamentarians and Senators from Southern Cameroons going to resign? A plethora of social media analysts, pundits, and even some academics have been saying that the resignation of these legislators […]
Written by Innocent Chia
February 16, 2017
February 7, 2017 Exclusive: Cameroonian prisoners smuggle out footage of horrific jail conditions Excerpts: “There are only three toilets and one shower for the 1,300 detainees in Unit 8. The hygiene is worsened by the fact that, very often, we don’t have running water. Moreover, many of the inmates behave unhygienically and just do what […]