Re Visiting the UB 2005 strike action to better understand today’s 2006 Action

Former student leader Agwere, a true and dynamic leader who stood his grounds

Sacked Vice Chancellor Dr. Cornilus Lambi, a severely weaken and confused administrator

Student leader Agwere and la republique’s officials in-charge of higher education

Water canon from our colonial troops on harmless students


The victory of stones and collective action


Students gather at the Buea Morque to pay respect to their fallen colleagues

Students and soldiers confront one another


The booty of steadfastness


Students were able to confront and seize amunitions with their bare hands


An example of brute force on a pacifist population

The Students with bare hands and stones also gained territory


The battle drifted from the streets to student residential areas

The fell in trying to defend what they belief in


The students used old vehicles as barricades to sustain their action and protect territory


The remains of a fallen colleague and true friend of change

He will always be remembered

There was no peace, even to those who were not students

The freedom fighters of tomorrows Southern Cameroon


We were able to have some gains anyway

After math of a voilent and dreadful day


Some gendarmes will remain to regret why they ever joined the force of occupation


May their souls always remain in peace and they shall always be remembered

Photos courtesy www.postnewsline.com /2005,

written and compiled by Julius Che fpr the SCYL International Secretariat.

“Human rights are about the curtailment of the abstract and super state power, ie the limitation of absolute power corrupting absolutely”
Julius che, 1997 Buea
http://www.scylforfreedom.org /southerncameroonsig.org

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