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  1. Atabong
    29/11/2016 @ 15:04

    MORE REASONS WHY A SOUTHERN CAMEROONS STATEHOOD NEEDS TO BE RE-ESTABLISHED.. SOME HARD FACTS ABOUT US:
    1-Two Higher Teachers Training Colleges; Bamenda for Southern Cameroons and Yaounde for French Cameroon,suddenly, Yaounde became Higher and Bamenda Annex.Today there are 8 from French Cameroon in every 10 students teachers being trained in Bamenda.
    2-The School of Posts and Telecommunications in Buea for Southern Cameroons and Yaounde for French Cameroon.Yaounde became Higher and Buea Annex. Today all the close to 162 students present in the school in Buea are from French Cameroon.All lecturers present are francophone, lectures are in French even the cook and watchman.
    3-The school of Public Works and Civil Engineering Buea for Southern Cameroons and Yaounde for French Cameroon. Yaounde became Higher and Buea Annex. Today with a population of about 200 only 27 are from Southern Cameroons.Lectures are in French.
    4-At the Police Academy Mutengene,in the 400 persons present including administrators less than 23 are from Southern Cameroons.
    In Buea, 3 out of 4 State Attorneys are from French Cameroon.
    5-In the University of Bamenda and Buea french lecturers are present.
    6-In the Regional Delegate for Health in the South West, outside the Delegate and the National TB head of unit, all other persons heading units with huge budget lines are from French Cameroon.
    7-When Senior Superintendent of Police Mrs Njoh published the report of her investigation on the Bakweri land affair; in which mentioned to the head of state that all French Cameroon administrators of past and present have extorted and still extorting lands from the Bakweri people, she was suspended from work of and she eventually resigned today she is under threats.
    8-All District Medical officers in the South West outside Limbe is a francophone.
    I am sure Southern Cameroonians did not go school.
    Even the CDC which was once the pride of Southern Cameroons is filled with French Cameroon’s citizens.

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  2. okatukise nwanamoto
    02/01/2017 @ 10:56

    all what the anglophones needed was a fair treatment but that has been abused by the president speech on dec31 by calling us `extrimist’ so now we are marching today a peacefull protest that we are fedup of this mariage and we want a divorce thanj you.Am a student at the university of buea

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