Roadmap to the Restoration of Independence
February 11, 2017
Saturday, 11 February 2017
- Massive boycott (Ghost Towns) to use of Youth Day to erase the history of Southern Cameroons, notably Plebiscite Day (11 February 1961).
- First Southern Cameroons Day to Show Overwhelming Support for the Restoration of Independence (From exactly noon and lasting only until exactly 1pm: all citizens of Southern Cameroons on “Ghost Town” campaign to step out of their homes into the road/street in front of their homes and to join in on a country-wide shaming of colonialism through the ringing of bells, booing, shouting, beating of drums, buckets, dancing, clapping of hands, etc.)
- Ensure international press coverage of the above campaign, showing the thirst for freedom and self-government by Southern Cameroonians.
- MoRISC Conventions of the Southern Cameroons Diaspora hold Worldwide in every country where Southern Cameroonians are based.
- Election at the MoRISC Worldwide Conventions of the Diaspora Elect an Ambassador-in-Waiting and Embassy Staff-in-Waiting for each country.
- Election at the MoRISC Worldwide Conventions of the leadership across the world.
- The House of Chiefs and Fons (Upper Chamber of the Southern Cameroons Interim Congress) Opens virtually.
- The Legislature/Parliament (Lower House of the Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons) convenes virtually. Enlarged membership to include Representatives of Elected Councilors, Elected Mayors, Elected Parliamentarians, Elected Senators, Elected Reps. of Students, Lawyers, Traders, Women, Religious Leaders, Transporters and “Okada” Riders, etc.
- The Interim Congress of Southern Cameroons authorizes a number of its members to enter into negotiations with the Government of La Republique du Cameroun; to reach transition arrangements, including future diplomatic relations, responsibility for the national debt, compensation for the parties, currency, security and defense.
- MoRISC opens process for receipt of applications for the posts of Governors-in-Waiting of the North West and South West Regions, and Senior Divisional Officer-in-Waiting and Divisional Officer-in-Waiting. These positions will be open during this transition to only natural leaders of the people (Chiefs/Fons) and to already elected officers: Elected Senators, Elected Parliamentarians, Elected Mayors, Elected Councilors.
- MoRISC holds election to add Southern Cameroonian Youth organizations leaders into Lower Chamber, in case youth representation is inadequate.