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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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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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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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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Southern Cameroons: Political GCE SCANDAL

Political GCE SCANDAL. Southern Cameroonian parents and students have decided to boycott hugely and massively the political GCE. Even those who registered saw a massive boycott with few taking the exams. A GCE supervisor particularly from GBHS Tantum wrote angrily to Mark Bareta. Now this is the instruction and it is an instruction from Yaounde passed over to the GCE Board and down the chain. At the end of each paper, the GCE supervisor is made to fill the booklets with the names of all those absent and hand over…

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