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Essono

Welcome Bakassi,
Bienvenue Bakassi.

Cameroonians are happy and proud to reunite with their brothers from this great island.Together let us build a strong,free,federal and democratic Cameroon while taking cognisance of the diversities in this beautiful nation.

The democratic forces in Cameroon shall overcome.Let's Keep hope alive.

Les Camerounais sont heureux et fièr de rétrouvé leur compatriotes de cette grande ile.Ensemble construisont un Cameroun fort,libre,fédérale et démocratique en tenant compte de toutes les diversités de ce beau pays.

Les forces vive de la démocracie vaincront.Gardons l'espoir.

red flag

essono. the thief.
FRENCH CAMEROUNESE SPEAKING THEIR USUAL DEATH ANGUAGE FRENCH ARE HAPPY TO STEAL
LAND UNDER THE FEET OF NIGERIANS WHO ARE ANGLOSAXON, WHO HAD VACATED THE BEFORE CAMEROUNESE ARRIVAL.
THATS THE TRUTH, BAKASSI BELONGS TO SOUTHRN CAMEROONS NOT LA REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE DU CAMEROUN,

massamoyo

Essono,

Thank God you are celebratng.....But please ask your government if after 5years they can provide the residents of Bakassi with health faciities,schools,good roads,pipeborn water and some recreational amenities as the Nigerian government did while they exploit our oil wealth and sell.

Fon

Red flag/ Massamoyo,
The Bakassi conflict´was a conflict betweeen Nigeria and Cameroon and never between Nigeria and Southern Cameroons.
From your reactions, it is obvious that you never wanted Cameroon to win the case. Please can you tell us how Nigeria taking over Bakassi would have advanced the Southern Cameroons Cause?
I am anxiously waiting for your response because I am afraid emotions have stopped some of you from thinking.

rexon

It would have advanced our cause because, as La Republique would be fighting aggresively to reclaim the land, we would also have the opportunity to tell the international community that they are not the rightful owners of that land and they should not hold claim on it. I would have preferred that the land remained with Nigeria than being handed over the La Republique that would do nothing to benefit the local populace. At least Nigeria built schools, hospitals, and other social infrastructure in the area. What has La Republique ever done to the people of Ndian Division? Even Sonara in Limbe, more than 90 percent of the workers are from La Republique. It is just cleaners, security men that are from the Southern Cameroons.

Fon

Rexon,
When Southern Cameroons will finally again independence, which situation will be easier for them; to take control over Bakassi from Nigeria or to take control over Bakassi from the Republic of Cameroon.
If Nigeria won over Bakassi, that is a complete loss to Southern Cameroons because the day they will gain indepedence, they will never dream of Bakassi as their, but with the present status,the day Southern Cameroons will gain independence, Bakassi will automatically be part of Southern Cameroons. Are you guys not being so naive?

buea1

NOW CAMEROON HAS BAKASSI!!! YEAH WHAT NEXT SHIT ON IT LIKE THE REST OF THE COUNTRY??

Ma Mary

There are strategic possibilities on both sides of the argument. It is awash.

Essono

Massamoyo,

U are perfectly right when u doubt whether Biya's regime can or would provide basic amenities for the people's of Bakassi.My guess is as good as yours.U and I know their modus operandi,they would do some "whitewashing" for some weeks to blindfold the people and then abandon caterpillars and bulldozers there so that the people will live in the hope that they will come back.But we know what will happen.

However,that doesn't prevent us from celebrating Bakassi.The world's first judicial instance decided in favour of Cameroon.It didn't decide in favour of the "Southern Cams" or in favour of "La République".

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