Of border towns and the indivisibility of Southern Cameroons

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The Southern Cameroons is one and indivisible. Let it be very clear that Bamenda is not North West (permit me use this term here). I am not from Bamenda. I am from Kumbo. I have read a couple of posts lately where supposed intellectuals with hard balls on their legs that could bring twins in one night stand equate everyone from the ‘North West’ as Bamenda. This has to stop. Again, that nonsense people usually say the Bamilikes and Bamenda people have similar cultures or the Bakweri and Doualas have…

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Making the case for Southern Cameroons independence with Franc Zone membership.

Editorial Making the case for Southern Cameroons independence with Franc Zone membership. Advocates of Southern Cameroons independence need to be aware of the fact that over the last 55 years of uneasy cohabitation between LRC and the Southern Cameroons, France has built strategic and legitimate interests in Cameroon which entitles her to defend her interests in the event that Southern Cameroons independence becomes a threat to those interests. The French authorities are aware of the permanent tension and conflict between Anglophones and francophones in Cameroon. The French authorities are also…

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University of Buea Shocks Buea Mayor With Fake Certificate

BaretaNews is getting credible and confirmed information that more than 100 support staff of the Univetsity of Buea have been sacked by the government. These were mostly the Vice Chahcellor Nalova’s recruit with fake certificates. Some of them includes those who stayed in the University for years, others those who faked certificates to get admission into the University of Buea. The saga began when the Vice-Chancellor Dr. Nalova Lyonga approached the ministry of finance for assistance to pay salaries of support staff as the University internal budget dropped as a…

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Southern Cameroonians remain endangered species in La Republique Du Cameroun

Merciful Truth: Southern Cameroonians remain endangered species in La Republique Du Cameroun. The Supreme Court Reform Bill: A perfect illustration. In the new bill submitted to Parliament of La Republique on Thursday June 22nd, 2017, to reform the court so that Common Law will be included, one of the paragraphs as eligibility of judges to be appointed into the court reads: “MUST have an Anglo-Saxon background” Now let us DECODE THE HIDDEN MESSAGE First and foremost let us take into context the present scenario in Cameroon. Let us assume the…

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Of Supreme Court Reforms and Southern Cameroons Question: Too Late Hewett

The Cameroon National Assembly enacts new law to amend the 2006 law relating to the reorganisation and functioning of the Supreme Court. The amendments are to address some of the greivances raised by the Cameroon Common Lawyers. Coming a little too late? Shamefull it had to take 56+ years, rioting, civil disobedience, killings and imprisonments for this regime to do what it nows claims is “reasonably and logically” correct to do. Interesting to note in the proposed amendments is point Section.11 (3) that clearly reads :”The legal/judicial officers appointed to…

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La Republique Shameful Bill on Supreme Court Reform

La Republique Shameful Bill on Supreme Court Reform. Cameroun Parliament has tabled a bill today June 22nd, 2017 at their parliament to reform Supreme Court so that common law division can be added. For over 56 years of a political cohabitation, it will take the protest of the people, the killings of the people, the arrest of the people and the destruction of a people’s way of life to introduce a useless bill to reform the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, our leaders who engineered for these are still in jail languishing…

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You are a Marquis: Cavaye Fumes at Hon. Wirba

For something like four months Hon. Joe Wirba, Parliamentarian, MP, from the Jakiri constituency in the Northwest Region was reportedly in hiding, following a tip off of an imminent arrest. This followed his passionate call for justice for marginalized English speaking Cameroonians which he made in parliament on December 2, last year. This morning, and when it was least expected, the MP not only abruptly appeared in parliament; he seized the rostrum and addressed the house in the exact forceful manner he last did before going under months back. A…

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