56 Years after Referendum, Southern Cameroun Calls for Independence
by Paul Obi
May 20, 2017
“… There are six million registered Nigerians in next door Cameroon with about 2 million of them in the English speaking region at risk with the impending crisis.
But speaking to journalists in Abuja, Southern Camerounians in Nigeria said the government of former President Ahmadou Ahidjo turned round to impose a federal constitution on the people of Southern Cameroun.
In a communique presented to the media and signed by Dr. Cornelius Kwanga, Sisiki Ayuk Tabe and Dr. Fidelis Ndeh-Che said the patience of Southern Cameroun had been stretched to the limit.
They stressed that restoring independence of the Southern Cameroun “will avert an impending disaster, waste of human life and valuable economic resources. This would be the inevitable consequence of an outbreak of violence.
“We want the restoration of Independence and Sovereignty of the Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) according to UN Resolutions and Articles. UN experiment of Independence by joining has failed …”
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