*VERY VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION* FELLOW COMPATRIOTS A working hotline has been effectively set up by Barrister Agbor Balla for the reporting of any human rights abuses meted out on the population by government agents (of La Republique du Cameroun). Each and any one who has been a victim of any of following abuses – rape, […]
Pictures just in … “Exclusive.. the photos of the leaders of the consortium of anglophones to military court this day in the company of a part of the college of their lawyers led by the batonnier akere muna…. hot outside”
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Friday March 3, 2017 is the Day of Demonstration at the UN in New York City. For all Citizens and Friends of British Southern Cameroons, this is a one-time opportunity to Walk the Talk. Please make use of the flexible menu of transport services provided. Come on Time and let’s make our voices heard loud […]
BY CONOR GAFFEY February 13, 2017 Excerpt: “Why did the protests begin? Lawyers in Bamenda, the capital of Northwest region, took to the streets in November 2016 to protest against the alleged imposition of French courts in the Anglophone region. Teachers also called sit-in protests in Northwest and Southwest regions. Cameroon has two parallel schooling […]
By Ntumfoyn Boh Herbert (Yindo Toh) Spokesperson, MoRISC Every now and then, a major diplomatic mission otherwise devoted to promoting the interests of former colonial powers across Africa, betrays an excellent understanding of campaigns by locals against imperialism or external domination. The European Union (EU) is the latest organization to drop such a hint in […]
By Kieron Monks, CNN February 3, 2017 Excerpt: “The government suspended services for Southwest and Northwest province after a series of protests that resulted in violence and the arrest of community leaders. The shutdown has proved particularly damaging in the city of Buea,… “(The ban) has affected us very badly,” says Otto Akama, community manager […]
I strongly agree with the proposal to always hand in glove with the Consortium for laudable reason given.
what i am observing now is that, if all the liberation movements cannot come into one, we are leading towards failure.some are calling for ghost time on monday only while others are calling for tuesdays e g
Southern Cameroonians back home are listening the consortium more than to any other person. I think any important proposal, if you wish it to be carried out back home should pass through the consortium represented at the moment by Mark Baretta. It is extraordinary how much faith our brothers back home have in the consortium – reason for which i propose that all the efforts of the diaspora should take into consideration the consortium which has gradually gained authority over southern cameroonians.