• Southern Cameroonians split on Swiss mediation

    Southern Cameroonians split on Swiss mediation

    The split within the Cameroonian English-speaking secessionist movement over the choice of Switzerland as the mediator in its dispute with the Yaoundé government threatens to derail the initiative. The about-face came just as final adjustments for the talks were being made. The Swiss claim the initiative has the support of the international community and denounced […]

  • Rubber, Palm-Oil Output Slashed by Ambazonia Revolution

    Rubber, Palm-Oil Output Slashed by Ambazonia Revolution

    Cameroon top state-owned agribusiness said the Anglophone crisis in the country has had a “disastrous” effect on its operations, cutting output of palm-oil and rubber and leaving most of its banana plantations destroyed. The majority of about 22,000 workers at the Cameroon Development Corp., the country’s biggest employer after the state, are no longer going […]

  • The Butcher of Yaounde postpones local elections again

    The Butcher of Yaounde postpones local elections again

    Cameroon President Paul Biya said Monday he was delaying local elections to 2020, a declaration read on the radio said Monday, the second time in two years that the poll has been postponed. “The mandate of municipal councillors elected on September 30, 2013 has been extended until February 29, 2020,” Biya declared, which essentially sets […]

  • Ambazonia: The state of the revolution

    Ambazonia: The state of the revolution

    Fellow Ambazonians, I come to you with revolutionary greetings. For more than two years now, our people have been targeted and killed mercilessly by a vicious and terrorist government in Yaoundé. Latest figures from independent and respected sources state that more than twelve thousand of our people have been murdered. More than two hundred and […]

  • UN releases report on Southern Cameroons

    UN releases report on Southern Cameroons

    Imagine if your family was killed in front of you. Then, with no time to process what has occurred and or grieve, you are forced to hide in the wilderness for months to save your own life. After some time, some local non-governmental organizations and UN agencies find you and provide you with food, clean […]

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