EDITORIAL Archive

Cameroon:Gov’t Threatens to Cut Salaries of Civil Servants by 50%

Mr Paul Biya President of the Republic of Cameroun Four months after the political increase in Cameroon’s 2017 budget, top officials from the Ministry of Finance have expressed concern about the country’s inability to survive amidst several crises which have impeded economic growth. There Read on » » »

Cameroon-anglophone crisis:The Consortium is Bigger

Three heads are better than four!! The consortium is bigger than Barr.Agbor Balla, Dr. Fontem Mr. Tassang, Barr.Eyambe, Barr.Bobga, Mr.Mark Bareta, Mr. Tapang Ivo, bigger than you and I because both Angels and God are involved in this struggle. So make no mistake please!!!And Read on » » »

CAMEROUN: COMMENT SORTIR DE L’IMPASSE AUTOUR DU PROBLÈME ANGLOPHONE-par Achille Mbembe

Achille Mbembe. Pendant très longtemps, le Cameroun a echappe aux radars de l’opinion africaine et internationale. Dictature a huis-clos caractérise tout autant par son opacité que par sa brutalité, il a su ne jamais faire parler de lui sur la scene mondiale qu’a l’occasion Read on » » »

Why human men don’t have penis bones

British researchers think they’re closer to an answer to why human males don’t have penis bones, even though their close cousins, chimpanzees, have them. “Monogamy may have done away with the penis bone,” said Matilda Brindle of University College London, who led the study Read on » » »

Were Southern Cameroons Leaders Inexperienced and Illiterate?

agenda.”   1961: Southern Cameroons Premier John Ngu Foncha returns via Tiko airport from a trip to the United Nations.   Cameroon’s history is a history replete with half truths, myths, fallacies, and outright distortions. The Foumban Conference of July 1961, which sealed the Read on » » »

Cameroon:The Crucial Open Letter Hon. Ayah wrote to PM Ephraim Inoni in 2008

“History should record that refugees were abandoned by their own Government as collective punishment because one person from that community differed in political opinion with the establishment.” Ayah paul Abine Collective Punishment on My People Ayah Paul wrote: As you very well know, the Read on » » »

An open letter for West Cameroon MPs to Return Home

 Map of former British Cameroons My dear people of West Cameroon, what happened across our towns and villages yesterday 11th February 2017 was historic. Despite internet blackout and threats made by colonial administrative authorities, intimidating our educational authorities to show up and march, Read on » » »

CAMEROON:PHARAOH OF WEST AFRICA, LET MY PEOPLE GO! PART 1

Paul biya PART 1 “ During my lifetime I have dedicated my life to this struggle of the African people. I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society Read on » » »

CAMEROON:A RESPONSE TO APOLOGY BY JEAN JACQUES ZE Vison 4 Journalist On His ‘DERATISATION’ USED ON ANGLOPHONES

Mr Jean Jacques Ze, I used to admire your works while you were still with Canal 2,you inspired many young Cameroonians and continued to inspire them until last week when you revealed your true face in the wake of crises rocking the two English Read on » » »

CAMEROON:”AS LONG AS SOME OPINION LEADERS IN THE SYSTEM ARE MERELY CONCERNED WITH PROTECTION OF THEIR PERKS,THEY CANNOT BE TRUSTED”

Nfor N Susungi “Over the weekend after the SDF NEC meeting in Bamenda I heard Joshua Osih the First VP of the SDF and MP for Littoral saying (about the Anglophone crisis) that “C’est un probleme de la forme de l’etat”. This is typical Read on » » »

Cameroon: An Open Letter to Peter Mafany Musonge

Mr Musunge Peter. Dear Mr. Musonge, I have been monitoring the events playing out in West Cameroon and I do appreciate your efforts to encourage parents to send their children to school. As we all know, education, indeed quality education, is the key to Read on » » »

CAMEROON:BARRISTER CHARLES TAKU REACTS TO HON. WIRBA’s MESSAGE

Chief Barrister Charles Taku “I agree with Hon Wirba unreservedly. We must be persistent in resisting colonial rule and human rights violations until we regain freedom. We can not even contemplate making obeying unjust orders from our oppressor when Barrister Felix Nkongho, Dr Fontem Read on » » »

What is the future of elections in Southern Cameroons?

I hear many people saying that Anglophone MPs and Senators should resign their positions and come back home now. I am of the opinion that this is not necessary because they cannot and they don’t need to. This problem will be solved by time. Read on » » »

How To Get Rid Of A Dictator: Ten Basic Steps By Eye Dr DeLengocky

1) Count only on oneself. Especially, do not believe that Westerners will fly to your rescue. Have the job done first, only then would they remember the universality of the famous “democratic principles”. 2) It is not necessary to have a providential man, he’ll Read on » » »

CAMEROON:THE PRISON GROOMS REAL LEADERS-JUSTICE AYAH PAUL

Two Consortium leaders Dr.Nkongho Félix Agbor and Dr Fontem Neba in SETT YAOUNDÉ Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of Ghana (the first “colony” to attain independence south of the Sahara) rose from the prison to the presidency of Ghana. So too were Jomo Kenyatta, Read on » » »

Cameroon:How Ahidjo and Biya’s Transfer of Power Turned Sour By Francis K. Wache

Biya is a weak man, a double dealer with a phobia for coups d’etat”.  Ahmadou Ahidjo – RFI, August 23, 1983. Biya’s first government caused no stir. To all intents and purposes, [it] was Ahidjo’s Bello Bouba Maigari, a young, soft-spoken, affable Northerner was Read on » » »

Cameroon: “The greatest tragedy in life is not death,but life without purpose”

Southern Cameroons flag My fellow youths of greater ambition, Has this wicked Biya-led regime succeeded to make us insensitive towards our own needs? Do we not suffer thesame injustices as Anglophone Youths of West Cameroon origin? Then, why do we not join the movement Read on » » »

“La Republique is attempting to drive the Anglophone resistance underground”-Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai

Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai Following the recent decision by the Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralization, Rene Sadi Emmanuel banning the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium and the Southern Cameroons National Council and the subsequent arrest of the leaders of the Consortium, reactions have been Read on » » »

ANALYSIS :The Ban on SCNC & Consortium by Cameroon government

Cameroon minister of teritorial administration,Rene Sadi YAOUNDE, Centre–The minister of territorial administration and decentralization has just banned the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) and the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Societies Consortium (CACSC). It came on the second day of CACSC-initiated ghost town protests in Anglophone Read on » » »

CAMEROON:AN ACT OF ANNEXATION IN THE NAME OF GOING BACK TO A FEDERATION!

CORRECTION,CORRECTION CORRECTION -DODN’T GO BACK TO AN ACT OF FRAUD;AN ACT OF ANNEXATION IN THE NAME OF GOING BACK TO A FEDERATION!   1. Southern Cameroonians have been indoctrinated by the colonial regime that at some point in the past we “came together”; that Read on » » »