UPCOMING SCNC MEETING

The next meeting will take place on 9-06-2018 in Nottingham. The address is 198 Alfriton road NG 7 3PE. Directions: Take any bus from 77, 78 or 79 when the bus get to the city centre there will be a brief stop but don’t get off. From there it will be 5 stops to this […]

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THE PLIGHT FOR JUSTICE

By Doralice Carole SCNC Activist The current crisis is a particularly worrying resurgence of an old problem. Never before has tension around the Anglophone issue been so acute. The mobilisation of lawyers, teachers and students starting in October 2016, ignored then put down by the government, has revived identity-based movements which date

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DECOLONISATION OF SOUTHERN CAMEROONS BY CAMEROUN

By Terence Nyanga Manih Despite the non-acknowledgement/denial of the Anglophone problem from Francophone government leaders,there exists a discontent by Anglophones, both young and old, as to how Anglophones are treated.This discontent presents itself in calls for federation or separation with movements that are gathering strength.At the core

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