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 and clear, once and for all.
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Professor Fanso talking……. How can this government talk about unity when the state of its own unity is so laughable? Professor Fanso talking below. Enjoy the write up. Worth reading! “My fears all along about the Ad Hoc Committee negotiating with the Anglophone Civil Service Consortium was that the Committee was not only powerless to […]
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Update: “Good News – Information reaching us is that all youths arrested by SDO Nkoulou Chamberlain in Ndian have been released unconditionally following swift pressure from local population and foreign intervention.” Earlier Report below Sent in by ~Bwene Nzams Guillaum | +46 76 298 08 06 52 youths has just been arrested this morning in […]
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CAMEROONS: VideoFebruary 11, 2019Franco-Cameroun Armed Agents gather unarmed civilians (NOT ACCUSED OF ANYTHING, therefore INNOCENT), then they are treated like ANIMALS (as you can see).Here is my take: It is DAYLIGHT here; What the Franco-Cameroun Agents are doing is “Auditioning”WAIT TILL NIGHT TIME and then THE REAL DRAMA BEGINS for those who “PASS” the AUDITION.This […]
BSC | AMB 01/08/2017 The CONSORTIUM pleads with each and everyone that this is a sit in strike and THERE SHOULD BE NO PUBLIC DEMONSTRATIONS WHATSOEVER. We don’t want any CONFRONTATIONS. NO TO VIOLENCE. Thanks AGBOR BALLA President- CONSORTIUM
February 1, 2017 In this video clip, we can hear a military officer complain in the background that only state radio-TV (CRTV) is allowed then stepping in to arrest BBC reporter, Randy Joe Sa’ah, and seize his equipment in the middle of a press conference outside the Military Tribunal in Yaounde. It is a new […]
Following our previous protests all over the world we have been doing so well but we need to be more focused this time around. I suggest we should have our message passed across this way; one or two people or how many we decide to lead will say….”it’s our duty to fight for our freedom ” then the crowd will repeat “it’s our duty to fight for our freedom.” “It’s our duty to fight for our rights” the crowd will repeat “it’s our duty to fight for rights” “it’s our right to have our independence ” the crowd “it’s our right to have independence “. We can do this 3X each then have interludes where we will be telling the world whatever message we have. I think if we do this we will capture more attention rather than dancing and singing as we used to. Thank you so much.