BaretaNews Fully Endorses the idea of Southern Cameroons Interim PM

Election of a Southern Cameroons Interim PM: I fully Endorse the idea. Mark Bareta, Southern Cameroons Activist from Bui County fully endorse this idea and I call on all Southern Cameroonians who follow and read me, friends and sympathisers to support the election of an Interim Prime Minister. These are my beliefs 1. It is no news that we are a colonised people. The Southern Cameroons question is that of annexation and colonialism. The union between both Cameroons is illegitimate and legally not binding. The Union has not been consummated….

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BaretaNews Press Release

Press Release The CEO of BaretaNews will love to inform this platform that BaretaNews has now a new logo as attached below. Last year we launched a logo contest so that everyone could be involved but unfortunately for us the winner whom we paid gave us a design which was somewhat stolen and/or similar to another logo. This was brought to our attention by a fervent reader of BaretaNews. Considering the fact that we don’t want to engage into any legal battle with other organisation, the management of BaretaNews decided…

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Re: Federation Is Not a Poor Bargain, Southern Cameroons Form Part of Aggregative Federation.

After reading Tem Martin article on Federation as being a poor bargain, Mr. Tem Martin quoted Nigeria Federation as poor because it does not solve marginalization of the Delta and Biafra states. We think that what matters is the type of Federation. There are many successful federal countries in the world such as USA, Canada, Australia, Belgium etc. Nigeria Federation is different because Nigeria had independence with all its states together. The situation in the Cameroons is different. La Republique had its independence without Southern Cameroons. The problem with Southern…

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Mark Bareta And Tapang Ivo Issues Joint Statement: The Winning Struggle Must Go On Even Stronger

BaretaNews editorial desk has been observing with keen interest issues within the Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. Amidst the ongoing Southern Cameroons crisis, controversies sets into the Consortium based on some internal misunderstanding which at the time of writing, our team is yet to grasp the in-depth causal forces. At this point in time, objectivity and logic are essential in order to avoid more of such controversies. As it is, top Southern Cameroons social media activists Mark Bareta and Tapang Ivo rest their case and continue to stand for a collective…

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BaretaNews Editorial: Fru Ndi Bed-Wetting With Paul Biya

The story of the creation of the Social Democratic Front- SDF is not new to “Anglophone” Cameroonians. The foundation and reasons why the SDF was created is not new to West Cameroonians. Yes, the SDF was created to salvage Anglophones from the political and cultural stagnation within the present Cameroon. Yes, the place of Ni John Fru Ndi in the Cameroons democracy and political evolution cannot be refused. Yes, the SDF is not an Anglophone party. It is a national party though with strong political base in West Cameroon. And…

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Situation Report: The March 23rd Special Ghost Towns in Southern Cameroons

Following the fact that court sessions of the pioneer Anglophone Civil Society Consortium’s leaders: Barrister Agbor Balla, Dr Fontem Niba and Mancho Bibixy were scheduled today the 23rd of March 2017 in Yaounde, a special Ghost Town Operation across Southern Cameroons was declared by the interim leaders of Consortium. This was a means to showcase solidarity and unity to the Consortium’s leaders in detention. Mark Bareta, one of Consortium’s interim leaders on a facebook post made public a situation report on Ghost Towns across Southern Cameroons. He writes: “I can…

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Southern Cameroons: PM Philemon Yang Peace Tour Strongly Criticised

Amidst the ongoing Anglophone crisis, the government seem not to get exactly what the people want. The following are preconditions for genuine dialogue drafted by the Anglophone Civil Society Consortium and the Southern Cameroons people: 1. Bring back our brothers, parents, children who have been arrested and carried to Yaounde. 2. Bring back our internet. 3. Demilitarise our towns. 4. Open up a genuine dialogue with the aggrieved Southern Cameroonians. Definitely, this implies that the government can only exhibit good faith by meeting the aforementioned preconditions. Recent actions by the…

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