THE PENAL CODE OF OPPRESSION

By Pride Mbi Agbor Cameroon, known by many as Africa in miniature, is a product of its colonial masters the English and the French country with a rich ethnic diversity of over 300 different ethnic languages and some of which are spoken and prevalent in other parts of the African continent. With such a diversity […]

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MR PAUL BIYA ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

By CATHERINE MURING YOMBO Activists SCNCUK. For how long must we suffer from all forms of human rights violations, poverty,underdevelopment not to mention the unmentionable which is the killing of innocent people day-in-day-out. Southern Cameroonians (SC) have been reduced to the level of slaves in their motherland. The uniform men

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THE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS

By Terence Nyanga Manih Scnc activist UK The Germano–Duala Treaty of 12th July 1884, saw the colonisation of Kamerun by Germany. The defeat of Germany in the First World War, and the creation of the League of Nations after the war ended German colonisation of Cameroon. The territory became a mandated territory of the League of […]

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