English speakers fight for equality in French-run Cameroon Christian Locka, Special for USA TODAY Published 10:43 a.m. ET Feb. 27, 2017 Excerpts: ““Francophone teachers who teach English-speaking children must be removed and replaced by English-speaking teachers,” said Wilfried Tassang, executive secretary of the Cameroon Teachers Trade Unions, whose members walked out of their schools three […]
February 4, 2017 Cameroons Teachers Union Leader speaks from a foreign embassy in the Republique du Cameroun, encouraging citizens of British Southern Cameroons to hang on tight until our goals are achieved.
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 […]
Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis at the Crossroads Excerpt: “Generally little understood by Francophones, the Anglophone problem dates back to the independence period. A poorly conducted re-unification, based on centralisation and assimilation, has led the Anglophone minority to feel politically and economically marginalised, and that their cultural difference are ignored. Never before has tension around the Anglophone […]