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  1. NEMBO NKWENTIE
    10, January 2017 @ 05:07

    Southern Cameroonians have spoken out their total dissatisfaction with the outcome of the coming together. The Anglophone political, cultural, professional, linguistic, banking, historical and even economic institutions have been gradually phased out. We have been systematically kept out of their institutions- There is nothing of the pride of the Anglophones as concerns Banking, Accountancy, Law, Management, Insurance, Engineering, Architecture. If they tell us today that there are no Anglophones to teach in the Anglophone Universities and Higher Professional Teachers Training Colleges it is because for thirty years they have viciously embarked on the discriminatory ratio of training in the lone ENSET DOUALA, ENSP YDE, PUBLIC WORKS and SURVEY SCHOOLS.
    ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

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  2. Jonah Doe Buea
    13, January 2017 @ 18:03

    Clever and valuable indication there between ‘separation’ and ‘secession’. However, this difference has not been adequately communicated to the Anglophone community and I feel we would be better off having this bit of info.

    SEPARATION!!!

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