Cameroon is a mockery of Democracy

Supreme court crowns Biya Emperor Number of registered voters 7 521 651 Number of votes 4 951 434 Abstention 2 570 217 34,171% Total invalid ballots 114 185 votes cast 4 837 249 65,829% Participation 65,8291%  Final results Candidates Total votes cast Percentage RDPC – BIYA PAUL 3 772 527 77,9891% SDF – FRU NDI NI JOHN…

Biya of Cameroon is equl to Gadhafi of Lybia

Biya and his cohorts at the supreme court should watch this video very carefully before embarking on their emperor-ship declaration, Cameroon shall never be the same again after 21/10/2011. Sadam Hussein was captured in a hole, Gadhafi in a hole, maybe Biya in a toilet. Biya of Cameroon is equl to Gadhafi of Lybia, posted…

Dark cloud of uncertainty hovers over Cameroon

YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP) Polls opened late Sunday in Cameroon for a presidential election widely expected to take Cameroon’s long time leader into his fourth decade in power despite calls for him to step down. Officials arrived late to polling stations and many Cameroonians were still in churh. Although Crtv has reported a hitch free elections except one double voting at…

Breaking news on Southern Cameroons

  Breaking news coming out of Southern Cameroons says Pa Mola Njoh Litumbe is presently under house arrest, 100 be-serge Nigerian Consulate in Buea to pressure immediate release of comrades already under detention as millions pour into Buea for the long awaited declaration. More details coming

After 28 years, Biya seeks emperorship in Cameroon

CPDM 3rd Ordinary Congress : General Policy speech byPaul Biya, Head of State, CPDM National President at the Yaounde Conference Centre, 15th September 2011. Read  further HERE, Clinton’s caution to Biya and other dictators and tyrants across Africa

President Paul Biya of  Must Go

Southern Cameroons leaders speak out in DC

Editorial by Achu Tamba Different in style, approach, tactics and charisma, fate has brought them together, so they must speak with one voice if The Southern Cameroons should follow the foot steps of South Sudan come October 1, 2011, ‘yes we can‘, President Barack Obama . Download resolution HERE

Achu Tamba Muluh talks to Freedom Magazine

Dr. Tebo: You just told me that you are a freelance reporter and you were covering a story that has just resurfaced about the regime of Cameroon  failing to meet up with her international obligations vis a vis refugees from some west and central African regions who are currently seeking protection. What really are these…