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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Of Devaluation of Franc CFA and Freedom of Southern Cameroons

Of Devaluation of Franc CFA and Freedom of Southern Cameroons Southern Cameroonians are getting reports that the Franc CFA use in La Republique and its colonized terroritory Southern Cameroons may be devaluated. That is to say, a 10.000 CFA may now worth 4500CFA in value. We are getting reports that 1 Euro which is currently 655.9 CFA may increase to 1300 CFA. This will mean our people will have more money but the value will be worthless. Prices will automatically double because you may have more money at hand but…

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Anglophone Crisis: Moody & Fitch to Slash Cameroun Credit Rating

Besides the diplomatic pressure being mounted on Cameroon with regards the political (Anglophone) crisis rocking the country, there is a less talked-about pressure which is, even more pinching and hurting than the diplomatic pressure. Should this crisis continue, Cameroon risk seeing its credit rating slashed by Moody & Fitch in the coming months. The two credit rating agencies who recently rated Cameroon as B2 & B respectively already highlighted structural weaknesses (in other words; governance and political risks) as major concerns prior to the last ratings. Meaning should the political…

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Funding the liberation struggle- a voluntary act

BaretaNews Developing story

BaretaNews Statement: Of Funding the Liberation Struggle. This is the people’s platform and it is incumbent that this platform sends out a statement in regards to the fundraising drive from Southern Cameroonians. It is the wish of BaretaNews that the views and position of BaretaNews be separated from Mark Bareta who is CEO of BaretaNews – the people’s platform. There has been so much debate online regarding fund raising. BaretaNews thinks that people should be allowed to contribute where they think their money will produce the desired results. Southern Cameroonians…

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Phasing Out CFA In Southern Cameroons

How to phase out F CFA and set up a new currency in West Cameroon I am writing this post first as a request by Mark Bareta, one of the Interim Leaders of the Consortium for a guide to phase out F CFA in West Cameroon and to set up a new currency in circulation in West Cameroon. In summary, it is a 3 step process – phasing out F CFA by replacing it with a basket of currencies (GBP, USD & NGN), converting foreign reserves into GOLD & phasing…

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MTN Apologises For Internet Disruption

National telephone service provider MTN Cameroon, has apologized to subscribers in parts of the country where severe disruption of voice, SMS and internet services were interrupted last weekend. In a statement issued by the company’s CEO, Philisiwe Sibiya, management of the telecoms service provider promised henceforth to ensure permanent availability of voice, SMS and internet on the MTN network across the regions. According to the MTN statement, the disruption was caused by “optical fibre cut of the CAMTEL-supplied last mile fibre attributed to MTN along the Bafoussam-Santa leg on Saturday,…

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World Bank: Biya takes another 73 Billion Loan

President Paul Biya is at it again. There is no limit to Government asking for loans. In fact, reaching emergence is now a must for the regime. It seems that has to come before the so called 2035. Last week, the regime of Paul Biya borrowed 73 billion FCFA from the World Bank. Cameroon’s Louis Paul Motaze, Minister of Economy, Planning and Regional Development and the Director of Operations of the World Bank, Elisabeth Huybens signed two agreements in Yaounde amounting to closely 73 billion CFA francs. This money is…

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