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Squinty

Fellow Southern Cameroonians,
The time has come for us to change the course of history. The time has come for us to go beyond the rhetorics and take congrete actions. The time has come for us to start the revolution.

Since October 1 1961 we lost our sense of identity. Predators set on our land and have since sapped us dry and they have continued their attempts to deprive us of our dignity and patriotism. The time has come for us to say NO!!!

Today we declare that violence begets violence. As we are poised to celebrate our INDEPENDENCE on OCTOBER 1st, I would like to take this opportunity and inform you the youths of Southern Cameroons that the SOUTHERN CAMEROONS LIBERATION ARMY has been formed. Our motto is "we can make the difference". The force of argument has failed. Diplomacy has failed. Democracy has failed. War is not a break down of communication or negotiation but just another way for a people to voice their frustration and determination. Our course is just, our cry is honest. Let history be our judge.

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tel:+46 (0)762 89 20 89

TabiSweden

Biya I am sorry to say that your new cabinet is bias towards the southern Cameroonians regardless of their contribution to national growth.

I also wish to know why we keep on hearing the same names all the time in ministerial positions as though there is no superannuation age in that coun

Ngwana E=k

It pains to hear, each cabinet reshuffle carying thesame names. is it that there are no young qualified ones who can handle some of this office? Mr biya, please have a rethink of what you are doing.

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