THE DISCRIMINATORY BANNING OF SCNC & CACSC AND THE HARASSMENT & MISTREATMENT OF SCNC MEMBERS BY LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN

By Siencheu Achille Lele The Anglophone crisis came to light in October 2016 when Anglophone lawyers and teachers led protests demanding the integrity of their professional institutions to be protected but government of La Republique du Cameroun responded by arresting, detaining and torturing protesters.  In January 2017, denizens from

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THE FORCE OF ARGUMENT

BY ELECTA SHALO MANYIMUCHUA The former British Southern Cameroon known to the Republic of Cameroon as the southwest and the northwest regions or better still as AGLOPHONES, known to the Ambazonians as the northern and the southern zones was once an Independent state with a well defined boundaries,its parliament and everything that goes with

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A CRY FOR HELP

By Tonga Mriranda Help, Help ,Help.My house is on fire.PLease ,Please, don’t rape me.Stop,Stop i don’t want anymore beatings.Mother i am hungry and cold.I want to go home! Neighbours,Neighbours come ohhh my son has been killed! My husband has been shot ohhhh.Help me! This is what La Republique government is subjecting the people of Southern

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WE MUST RESIST

By Winifred Nenkaa Ndomo The Cameroonian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release all arrested both in the north west and South West regions of Cameroon, not forgetting Mr Ayuk Tabe Julius and his entire cabinet who were also illegally adopted and deported from Nigeria earlier this year, and lift the ban imposed on SCNC ( […]

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SILENCE AS A WEAPON TO THE ANGLOPHONE CRISIS

By Winifred Nenkaa Ndomo. SCNC UK-Activist It’s been close to two years today that Southern Cameroons is experiencing the greatest form of sadistic murders and gross human rights violations where mass slaughter, torture, rape, arbitrary arrest of innocent civilians and burning of villages by the brutal Cameroon government forces have become

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