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Friday, 22 October 2010


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Your absolutely right we put ourselves into this mess. We went for unity, unity that has failed to yield any substantial results. But its not about what we already have done, its about what we are going to do about our current predicament. Freedom is what everybody wants, needs. Look at the situation in Sudan. Its not working out for them and a referendum has been called for, so very soon they will be voting either for or against the independence of southern Sudan. Why can't we do the same. We do nothing but sit at home eating and feeling contented about the current economic situation of the country. I wounder what will happen in the next subsequent years when unemployment has gone up to 50%(current statistics show unemployments at 30%)What kind of legacy our we leaving for the children conceived and yet to be. Independence is the key to the door all southern Cameroonians have been looking for. Some people may think going abroad is the "final solution". Well if you want to settle for washing toilets for the rest of your life then go ahead. But before you do, ask yourself all of that is really for what? We allow people loot the government coffers and we do nothing. No freedom of speech is this a country? I prefer independence and it will come sooner than later. And if you reading this cares for those you are leaving behind then you will too. Amberzonia will be independent.


You are totally right. However, someone has to give us the opportunity to vote for either unity or seperation. Only the U.N can approve such a referendum. Certainly Paul Biya, the butcher of etoudi will never approve it.

Even if by acident anglophone traitors like Earnest Mollua and Allain Dipoko become President, they will never approve such a referendum.

We will only gain our independence from frogs when blood starts spilling. Only then will the U.N pay attention to the human rights abuses perpetrated by Paul Biya and La Republique against Southern Cameroons.

Mallam Shehu

Hihihihi Njimaforboy, I actually admire your endurance on such topics that, I am sure to the best of your knowledge also, are not feasible. Should a referendum take place today Njimafor, are you sure the overwhelming majority of Anglophones will vote for a secession? You’ll be shocked mister man!

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