Southern Cameroons under a state of emergency

By Martin Fon Yembe in Buea

For the first time ever, the people of Buea, the historic capital of the British Southern Cameroons, have stood up like one man and in one determined voice, called on the chairperson of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights, Alapine-Gansou to inform he African

Union that the Southern Cameroons quest for total independence has gone past the powers of the African Commission as well as the African Union. 

The people made this declaration during a demonstration staged at the offices of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms in Buea last Saturday, February 5, 2011.

The events had stared earlier that morning with Southern Cameroonians trooping from different points of Buea and converging at the Human Rights offices at the Soppo, Read further Calls for Action for Independence of S

4 thoughts on “Southern Cameroons under a state of emergency”

  1. It’s said “when the love of peace is greater than the love of power, then the world shall see peace” this should i say is a movement, just like anyother the is not time frame for it to succeed, all that matters is that so long as we continue to fight, and fight for a just cause through peaceful demonstrations then indeed we shall be free

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