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This is a typical case against a Southern Cameroonian. The case is like Roland was engaged in a monologue. These CPDM and French puppets are really stupid. The others who spoke along with him are francophones so they are more “human” than Roland. Poor boy managing to make ends meet. Don’t worry, justice shall prevail
What they are doing to (Southern Cameroonians) Anglophones is helping to proof the SCNC, SCAPO and etc case. They are helping to sensitize the Anglophone population and giving us more reasons why we need to separate.
They are all the devil's ambassadors.

Tekum Mbeng

The case of Mr Gangoum Titagheb indicates the over-zealous security forces are now embarrassed. They do not want the public to know about this violation of free speech.

An insider needs to reveal the names of individual officers involved in this fiasco. The idiots need to be fired. The Presidency needs to pull the reins.

Ma Mary

Mr Titagheb, start by not spelling your name like a frog's. I know, you think there might be safety in trying to blend in. See how far you went? This is turning out to be a huge embarrassment, that is why they are intimidating the family. The pride of bullies is a dangerous thing, because bullies really have no self-regard.


I'm very sorry for this poor teacher for what he is going through. Only persons who have been victims of this system will what he is going through especially if you are of the English Expression. The teacher forgot that he was in France and spoke in English also forgot that English speaking Cameroonians are not considered real cameroonians. Anglophones ministers have shown us that French is the only official language in Cameroon and that is why their public speeches are always made in French with the heavy accent. This poor teacher forgot that the same thing said in French is considered normal and adnormal in English especially if it's spoken by someone from the English speaking provinces or regions whatever they are called now. Regions with appointed governors and appointed everything is the same like provinces with appointed governors and appointed everything.


Take Heart my dear brother. God will see you through. it shall turn back on them. just let God fight for you, your family and all of us southern cameroonians.
remain blessed





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