Of alleged Tribalism In the Southern Cameroons Struggle

Of alleged Tribalism In the Southern Cameroons Struggle. Over the last couple of days, I have seen some posters castigating some Southern Cameroonians who are putting their neck in this struggle to see homeland free. These front liners happened to come from the same county as the posters alleged. Tribalism and its sentiments are very bad. It destroys a movement and it is very bad for development. Sometimes I used to get very angry why God made the walls of Jericho to collapse. We were supposed to be speaking one…

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Southern Cameroons: The Right To Be Free Is An Inalienable Right

Sunday Devotion: The right to be free is an inalienable right. History will tell us that since October 1st, 1961 when La Republique crossed over and colonised Southern Cameroons, our people have been complaining. Our great great grand parents and early Statesmen wanted the best. In fact, they went into the “Union” with good faith hoping to get the best out of both Cameroons. But La Republique with the cunning attitude came into the union with all intention to colonised, steal and annexed the people of Southern Cameroons. That is…

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Of School Resumption And The Sustainability Of The Struggle

Of School Resumption and the sustainability of the struggle. Let us be very clear that no one Southern Cameroonian loves to see their children home without going to school. However, be it as it may, the current shut down has some ripple effects which will take only genuine dialogue from the government in Yaoundé to make it happen. The government can never defeat the people no matter how mighty its military has become. Let me explain. 1. For school to begin next academic year or whenever the people of Southern…

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The Conditional Release Of Southern Cameroonians Shall Be Rejected

The Conditional Release of Our People. Good Morning Southern Cameroonians Since November 2016, many of our husbands, brothers, friends and relatives were abducted and taken to Yaoundé jails. As a result of our collective efforts, few were released and the abductions continued when La Republique military went crazy. This saw the abduction of Balla, Fontem, Ayah, Mancho, Penn Terence and many others who were just picked up. These are not criminals . These are bonafide “Anglophones” who wanted just the best for their homeland. They wanted the best based on…

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Today’s Updates: We shall march to Buea on 1st October 2017

Good Morning Southern Cameroonians. Yesterday Restoration Ghost Towns were superb across the counties in Southern Cameroons. After we sent a powerful message on 20th May boycott, our people still got up on Monday with our normal kontry Sunday. It is now a law in our land. For six months now we have been consistent with our Ghost Towns, we understand it is not an easy task on our people, but it is the necessary price we must pay so that all aspect of our society is touched if we must…

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The attack on Tapang and Bareta: The train left already, Victory is certain

Attention: The attack on Mark Bareta and Tapang Ivo. My Family and friends have brought into my notice an information posted by Bandi Kiki’s Kinnaka blog on Facebook titled ” How Mark Bareta and Tapang Ivo Tanku turned the ‘STRUGGLE’ into a money making venture” with purported screenshots from Tapang Ivo. While, I thought it wise to wade it off as a big distraction to this struggle, I think the people of Southern Cameroons deserved that I, Mark Bareta immediately clear the air so that this negative energy should not…

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We have lost our humanity in La Republique: Reclamation begins now

Today, I want to speak truth and justice into our struggle as we have Christian this week the truth and justice week following the truth and justice Ghost Towns on Monday. This struggle belongs to the people of Southern Cameroons. They shall be the only ones to decide how and when it ends. That is why anyone who does not believe in the restoration struggle of this battle will be consumed by the fire of Southern Cameroonians. While we respect other opinions, we will defend our rights to protect and…

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