US Congress Human Rights Commission “Human Rights in Cameroon” Date: Thursday, June 7, 2018 – 9:30am Location: 2255 Rayburn House Office Building Announcement Please join the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission for a briefing on the human rights situation in Cameroon … Full Text:
Catherine Soi, Aljazeera Reports from Bamenda Published on Dec 23, 2016 World News Headlines Today Thousands of English-speaking teachers and lawyers in Cameroon are on strike, because they say French language is being imposed in schools and court rooms.
February 10, 2017 Franco-Camerounese govt troops indiscriminately shooting in a sleepy rural community called Ndop. Citizens are unarmed but earlier reports confirmed the torching of a school by citizens who were enforcing a “no school” policy to resist the oppression of Franco-Cameroun. It seems the Fon (Chief) of this area has fled. See earlier report […]
Up to 160+ villages have been burned down in British Cameroons | AMBAZONIA, West Africa, by Armed Agents of French Cameroun. Ambazonia Citizens are still pondering … WHY? Neither the UN nor the Govt of French Cameroun is saying anything meaningful. They asked for PROOF. OK – here it is. NOW WHAT?
VOANEWS Report March 24, 2017 Excerpt: “Group trial is disputed Along with Nkongho Felix Agbor-Balla, Fontem Aforteka’a Neba and Bibixy Mancho, who are accused of organizing demonstrations in December that turned violent, 25 other suspects have been arrested from the English-speaking regions since the strike started. Defense counsel Eta Bisong Junior said they found it […]