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red flag

THESE FORIGN FRENCH AFRICANS WONR STOP THEIR ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES ON BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS SOIL, JUST ASK THEM HOW MANY GABONESE, TCHADIANS, AND FRENCH AFRICANS FRON CAR HAVE THEY EVER ARRESTED IN DOUALA, GAROUA AND KRIBI?
THESE PEOPLE ARE JUST A BUNCH OF CRIMINALS LEGALISE BY THEIR FRENCH CAMEROUN PROCONSUL TO HARASS NIGERIANS WHILE THEIR REP MR NSOR KEEP SINGING A
SONG OF APPLAUSE TO PAUL BIYA.

mk the southerner

U just said it Red Flag. Your flag is really a red one, their targets our Nigerians especially at this time when months are giving way to December. I only pray the Nigerian police should not go on revenge. As only Southern Cameroonians will suffer it in Nigeria. We have said NO to this frogs harassment of Nigerians. A thing they dont do to Gabonese, Chadians,(CEMAC) or what they call it.

If that was really a country these so called migrants would be placed in a closed center. Will be given food and drinks and the reasons for their migration will be heard.

I wander what this shit of a country do with UN loans allocated to tackle migration.

rexon

Reg Flag and Mk the Southerner,

I enjoy the way you people could easily read the antics of these France proconsul on our territory. When they want to destabilise Southern Cameroonian businesses, they would start their residence permit wahala. Arresting innocent Southern Cameroonians under the pretext of arresting Nigerians without residence permits. They are doing all these just to pressurise a significant number of people of Nigerian heritage living in Cameroon even those with legal Cameroonian citizenship and where born in Cameroon to leave. They know that a strong Nigerian community in Cameroon would promote the economy of the Southern Cameroons, since they would feel comfortable doing business with us. It is for this same reasons that they have systematically destroyed the roads to Kumba, Mamfe, Ekondo Titi, while also blocking sea routes to several ports in the Southern Cameroons like Tiko, Idenau, Limbe. On the contrary, they have done all they could do to open up the port at Youpe, Douala for Nigerians. Why does their residence permit search always ends with Nigerians in the territory of the Southern Cameroons? What about the millions of Chadians, Malians, and other Africans in their territory? Why are they not being harrassed everytime for residence permits? These people hate our freedom and they are seemingly doing all they could to destroy our social, economic and political life. We shall not surrender as we are rightminded slaves who want to liberate ourselves from the chains that we are in from La Republique Francaise du Cameroun.

MOTABENAMA

CAMEROONIANS ARE IN THE DIASPORA IN PLENTY. AND SOME OF THEM LIVE ILLEGALLY WHILE SOME DO. THESE PEOPLE SEND MONEY HOME THAT IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF CAMEROON. SO IF PEOPLE CAOME TO CAMEROON WITH THE GENUINE INTENTION OF WORKING AND EARNING A LIVING DO WELL TO GIVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO SO WITH ALL DIGNITY. LOOK AT THE EARLY 90S WHEN GHANIANS CAME TO CAMEROON AND DID SHOE MENDING, IT HELPED THE ECONOMY SO PLEASE AUTHORITIES STOP TRYING TO STOP PEOPLE FROM GETTING INTO THE DESERT

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