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 » » »


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 » » »

Cameroon -Anglophone Problem: The Phenomenon Called “Wirbalization”

Politics like journalism is a gung ho business, but it’s not a zero-sum game. This is so because both campaign for scoops, access, and sources, but are, effectively, not on the same side. That is why Expressionists have likened Hon. Joseph Wiba, the MP Read on » » »

The African King who Governs his People via Skype from Germany

Interestingly, King Bansah was named successor to the crown in 1987, when his grandfather – the reigning king; died.  Togbe Ngoryifia Céphas Kosi Bansah (King Bansah) of the Hohoe, is a real African king who doesn’t believe in old-fashioned methods of governance. He prefers Read on » » »

Cameroon-Bamenda: Where Every Minute Gives Birth to a New Hero

Photo of Bamenda town. The North West Region is Bamenda, it has been said and proven. Whether from Boyo, Mezam, Menchum, Donga Mantung, Bui, Ngoketunjia or Momo Division, we are all known as the Bamenda people. Bamenda is a place where “heroes come to Read on » » »


WHY WE MUST NEVER TALK ABOUT FEDERATION AGAIN I have to write this because there are many of us who don’t seem to understand anything other than to speak of a federation; others who are so anxious to go and negotiate a federation that Read on » » »

Cameroon:The Government intrigues to the Anglophone Problem

In the same usual manner for over half a century now, the regime has used intrigues and intimidation to provide solution to pertinent problem of national interest that has always been raised by its citizenry. Still using the same techniques for over  five  decades Read on » » »

“The Choice to be independent does not depend on the Biya Government” -Rev. Fomanka writes

The Choice to be independent does not depend on the Biya Government. It belongs to the people who have been despised, rejected, and neglected. Hence, just as a civil court allows for Divorce and the Church grants a temporary separation of couples in difficulties Read on » » »

Should A Country Like France Be Indicting African Leaders?

  France is a major corrupting influence in Africa. Teodorin Obiang, vice-president of Equatorial Guinea, is on trial in France for plundering the nation’s treasury to fund his aristocrat lifestyle. Obiang, who is also the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president, faces up to 10 years Read on » » »

Cameroon:Ayah Paul praises Fru Ndi on the eve of 2017

+WHO IS NI JOHN FRU NDI? Barrister Yondo Black and some others had been brutally arrested and thrown in jail for holding a preparatory meeting for the formation of a political party party in a notorious one-party state. There was prompt worldwide condemnation against Read on » » »

Another Reason for Anglophones to Say bye bye to La Republique du Cameroun

Reading through certain scholarly documents of the IMF, World Bank and some other well renown US Research Analytical findings, I was forced to notice a few statistics that would make even the most erudite “Anglophone CPDM” apparatchik rethink his allegiance to that Party in Read on » » »


  1. LET US ENLARGE OUR REPRESENTATIVE BOARD. It is now a People’s Cry as we can see. We must accept that it has gone beyond just the initial points of lawyers n teachers. So let us bring in other sectors: politicians, secession n Read on » » »

Why the UN gave the President of Cameroun two Maps On May 20, 2010.

Biya Handed Two Maps as of Date of Independence According to CRTV reports monitored in Buea, and recorded in the State-owned Cameroon Tribune, the United Nation’s 64th President of the general Assembly, Ali Triki was in Yaounde on May 20. He had not been Read on » » »

Cameroon:”When writing the story of your life,never allow someone else to hold your pen”-Advice to Pondi

Professor Jean Emmanuel Pondi’s recent writeup on the Anglophone problem has caused enormous debate since his release with many arguing that the former director of IRIC raised worrying concerns in his analysis which don’t march up with historical facts and /or the very problem Read on » » »

Silencing The Truth? Mainstream Media Declares War On Alternative Media

  The whole “fake news” outrage is just a scam by the white media to try and regain ground that they are losing rapidly.   When it came to the art of lying to the public, German politician and Reich Minister of Propaganda Joseph Read on » » »

Cameroon -Mola Njoh Litumbe:LIKE A SPARTAN – Ayah Paul

Mola Njoh Litumbe   The teething puzzle about Mola Njoh Litumbe is his physical alertness in his nineties. Smarter than persons ten years younger, his physiognomy much more, this “simple accountant”, (using his own very words), submits in legal jargon very like the twin Read on » » »