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Monday, 20 December 2004


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I respect the rights of Nigerians to live in Cameroon in peace. Afterall, what history tells us is that their grand and great grand parents were not living to Cameroon as foreigners as the then west Cameroon was governed by lagos. We should continue respecting them and live with them with peace. In the Tiko Sub division where i was born, i was raised with a significant number of Nigerians, they are very caring, loving and Godfearing people. I find no difference between them as children from Nigerian immigrants and myself. Our Government should also give opportunities for those ones born in Cameroon to acquire Cameroonian citizenship if they wish. A lot of Nigerians living in Cameroon have been very supportive to our local economy. Even in Europe, those born and raised In Cameroon are very pround of us. though they feel Nigerians, they still proudly feel they are Cameroonians and it is our responsibility to make them feel more Cameroonians than Nigerians and that can only be achieved through respect for the ones living there.

Joseph Kuma

Anglophones share a common colonial heritage with Nigerians and should relish it.

Francophones share a common colonial heritage with Chad, Central Africa, the Congos and Gabon. The Cameroon Govt has built road links to these neighbors and forged a disfunctional economic union with these countries despite the fact that none of these countries can ever match Cameroon's unofficial trade with Nigeria.

The hypocrisy at the heart of the Cameroon Govt is alarming. It shows the Cameroonian leadership as a band of neo-colonial mercenaries at the service of Paris. France sees Cameroon as a captured market for French goods and source of cheap raw materials for French industry, all at the expense of Africans.

That is why Abuja MUST not hand over the Bakassi Peninsula to Yaounde unless there are fundamental reforms - a complete change in thinking in Yaounde. The present Govt in Cameroon is not sovereign. She is an exploitative and malevolently egregious proxy of France. Handing over Bakassi to Yaounde is tantamount to handing African Petroleum to the French State owned oil company called Elf. The firm is corrupt in France and overseas. Nigeria, please safe the African and Longlive Nigeria.


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