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Whenever an anglophone manages to become director or PM, a francophone i appointed to monitor him/her and they turn to have more powers than the anglohone. The PM is just a figure head. But when you confront anglophones from the two provincs, they accuse each other. biya has constantly put them in that position. Any anglophone biya appoints from the northwest is the want who will take the responibility of first of all destroying his own province and any angophone appointed by biya from the south west must acceptthe reponsibility of widenly the gab between north west and southwest. Stupid anglophones. Sme of you will very soon abolish English in your provinces provided you remain mnisters portfolio

shame shame



That was true. It is always greedy Southern Cameroonians that Mr Biya always employ to do the dirty job. Atangha, a member of Mr Biya's cabinet if a feyman and was the one who first started all these talk about constitutional amendment in the heart of Bamenda. Fonjindam is another hypocrite. He was seen distributing money in Bamenda and forcing people to vote for Biya. He is part of the group of politicians that have been employed by the Biya clique to help him eternalise himself in power. Another group calling themselves the SDF have been busy working on colouring Mr Biya's fake democracy for personal gain. We want our independence and all these people pretending to speak for us, from Inoni to NJFN are mere traitor. Our president is Professor Carlson Anyangwe. The earlier Southern Cameroonians opt out of these fake politics with La Republique and focus their attention on their quest for their independent statehood, the better.


Dear Southern Cameroonians,
Southern Cameroon needs tarred roads, schoools with qualified teachers, hospitals with good doctors, rural electicfications and pipeborne water, equality in all spheres of life. They are not interested if it is Anyangwe or Nfor Nfor or John Fru Ndi who is their leader. In so far as these basic things are not addressed, the so called Prisident of Southern Cameroon has no meaning to the Southern cameroonians. We don't even know Anyangwe. Where does he stay in Southern Cameroon? Does he feel the day to day problem of Southern cameroonians? Remember, the people of Kossovo fought for their independence from within Kossovo using all available means. We cannot want to get freedom without facing the oppressor bone for bone. The word of God instructs his children to fight all forms of injustice. Note the word fight. We cannot beg for our freedom nor be illusive about our freedom. Let stop accusing one another because the struggle for liberation is complex.

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