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Yes. We will be celebrating with Molotov Cocktails. We shall all be there.

Every man and woman to bring your bush lamps. Also bring with you as many bandages and empty 33 export bottles as u can find. No children under 18 or nursing mothers. Age limit is 45.

We shall also need pieces of cloth to accompany each 33 export bottle for the great event.

All are invited, not only Southern Cameroonians. If u have a beef with La Republique , feel free to join us. Our meeting location is still to be determined.


"As the count down... narrows..."

Who's doing the count down?
Who's doing the commentaries?

This is the first time I'm learning of this non-event.

Why should a Southern Cameroon show any interest in this charade?

Someone's celebrating his 40 - 50 years in power and calling a party...

It would be interesting to see Anglophones who would attend the occasion. Ha! One's going to get a good laugh.


50 years of french cameroun independence

not for southern cameroons, ours is only 49 years. please note, cameroun regime brainwashing and lies would never end.

The Entrepreneur Newsonline Inc.

....this is an utter nonsensical write-up that the author simply sweats to embarass the government of Cameroon, yet rather comes out childishly empty...What do you want to write about, that you are at war with subconcious to bring out, yet can't?

Agendia Aloysius

Entrepreneur , Mr (Dr) Molua Ernest , i hear you are an academician or so. You understand so well that there is certainly a big difference between an intellectual and a pragmatist on one hand, and an academician on the other. What is the nonsense about the write up? If you criticise in that respect then you are helping build Cameroon but you are putative of making sweeping statements. I seldom want to reply to comments on my articles. I could as well delete them but i decide to allow everything for the sake of development communication. You know, even the dull and the ignorant may still have a point in some of their knee-jerk and fame-seeking reactions despite how ludicruous they may be. Let us address the issue rather than turn to bickering. Thanks AGENDIA Aloysius


Agendia you will bear with me that most Cameroonians do not know much about Cameroon Hostory. So they celebrate whatever they are asked to celebrate. Some celebrate to satisfy the status quo for their own personal reason. Cameroonians or better still Southern Cameroonian need to the know our history and not to be handed down wrong and distorted history. the Question "What are they really Celebrating"

imagine 5Billion cfa for celebrating what!!!!

Cameroon history

our schools failed to teach us our own history, so how would we know it.

We still have a school system modelled on the colonial style of teaching in the 21st century.

Living in the US and seeing how much history both modern and ancient US history that kids are thought on their nations is amazing, over 300 years of history.

Ours is leass than 50 but we still can't teach it. we prefer European history and US "Case studies in Geography" over Douala slave trade, Hannibal from Logon from slave to Russian General.

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what happens next year on the 1 of oct? are we not helping to erase our own history?

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