An Intellectual Exposition to Tikum Mbah Spurred Hatred

A few days ago Tikum Mbah Azonga, PhD wrote a damaging article articuilating hatred and divide bewteen the people of the Northern and Southern zones: An article which has received a lot of negative reactions from the social media. Mr. Ray Timah, a political scientist could not stomach it. He has offered one of the best academic and intellectual response to Dr. Tikum Mbah, a response which shames some of the lies spurred by Dr. Tikum and exposes a lack of knowledge on what Dr. Tikum was saying. Ray Timah…

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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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A Priest Rage: We Will Not be Silenced

The cruelty unleashed on Bishop Bala was a painful reminder of the third century persecution of Christians. In the year 256 AD, for example,the young virgin, Cecilia, was sentenced to death by suffocation and immersed in boiling water. Emerging unscathed, she was then struck with an axe in the head and breast. She resisted demands that she violate her faith in God and her purity. She courageously declared,“Nothing will make me so happy as to die for Christ!”Thesaintly Bishop Bala was subjected to a similarly gruesome death by his torturers….

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Southern Cameroons: The Lost Generation

SOUTHERN CAMEROONS: THE LOST GENERATION Dear All, there is nothing more dangerous than going into a fight without knowing the cost of the fight although you might know the benefits of the victory. To build a house, you have an architect who designs the house, a structural engineer designs the structural components and a quantity surveyor who costs the project before you start building because you have to plan your resources, know how much equity is required and how much borrowing has to be done. It is with alarm that…

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NDIAN DIVISION: RICH YET AN ABYSS OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT

NDIAN DIVISION:RICH YET AN ABYSS OF UNDERDEVELOPMENT Ndille Ndille Njume, posing with Joshua Osih, SDF National Vice President and native from Ndian Division. A division with 89 % of Cameroons oil providing a huge capital and life basket for the regime yet remained hugely underdeveloped and underrepresented . These are some of the current issues which advances the cry of the Anglophones for a change in the form of government. The current elites who came from this division cannot even go home during the rainy season. The exploitation continues. Read…

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Understanding the struggle: The need to be steadfast

Understanding the struggle: The need to be steadfast. My fellow Southern Cameroonians. I have read and listened to a couple of audios and text messages which seemingly indicates frustration on the part of our people, some of them calls for an arm shipment to fight and others demand greater action on the ground. In this struggle of ours, I understand that at some point in time people expect a quick solution. Any solution that is quick to come cannot be sustainable. We must understand that we are dealing with an…

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The Beti Consortium is growing -Must be defeated.

Any body who thinks the problem will end after the ousting of Biya is a mere dreamer. The Beti consortium is growing stronger everyday. It will continue after his reign unless we revisit the drawing board and re frame the constitution. The 1961 constitution was an agreement, and the respected clauses in the agreement has been scraped. No appointment or election will put us together. Social cohesion is earned it is not forced. I believe in a dialogue that looks at the root causes and not the consequences. Tracing “how…

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