The Biafran & Ambazonia war to freedom chronicle. The Biafran war of 1967-1970 gave an Africa lasting image to the west. The image of the suffering and dying child still being used today across western medias to portray human suffrage in Africa. Many might not be aware that this was a war of perceptions of… Continue reading The Biafran & Ambazonia War to Freedom Chronicle
If there is any utopian society or community not to talk of a nation, then Amba has a point against marginalisation. Marginalisation exist but who in this world is immune from it? I will base this article on the UK an Amba model of idealism. London is the capital of England but but people who… Continue reading The Reason Ambazonia’s Marginalisation & Restoration For Independence is irreconcilable
If there is any utopian society or community not to talk of a nation, then Amba has a point against marginalisation. Marginalisation exist but who in this world is immune from it? How is it affecting you in person? I will base this article on the UK an Amba model of idealism. London is the… Continue reading The Reason Ambazonia Marginalisation and Restoration Strategy for a Independence is Irreconcilable
How can an educated man ask people if they are from Ambazonia as a question to gain admission into their groups? We must be idiots and very naive. Who among all of you can provide a universally accepted document to proof his citizenship of Ambazonia? When will an African demonstrate knowledge on the international stage?… Continue reading The False history of Ambazonia for knowledge seekers.
The essence of education is not to be able to spell your name but to be able to explain it meaning to an understandable level. Everything Amba has failed because we don’t even know the meaning of our names; SC, Anglophones etc. Today, Amba is out of context; taking pride in doing harm totally forgetting… Continue reading Ambazonia education.
I will give all readers the practical reality because it takes time for an irreversible situation to become prominent in a society. Today in Cameroon, 90% of children whose parents come from the NW or SW born out of their respective villages do not speak their parents dialect in the name of anglophones. Those born… Continue reading The Reason Amba is only adding dullness in a confused society
I strongly believe at times we are confusing a confused situation linking the colonial barbaric era of the U.K. treatment of Africans as inferior people to exploit them and what is Anglo Saxon culture that does not exist except in historical archives. English culture is a jungle of mixed cultures but under the colonial era,… Continue reading English Culture or Anglo Saxon culture. What is it?
The teacher’s problem in Cameroon is a problem for all Cameroonians. Anglophone or francophone see it as marginalisation. Depriving francophone children from accessing full English education can be seen as marginalisation and vice versa.Do we not have francophone students in English speaking schools and vice versa? Are English speaking schools limited to the NW and… Continue reading The Teachers/Lawyers Problem In Cameroon. (Anglophone Problem)
For 56yrs, we have heard of the Anglophone problem and in the last 4yrs, we have gone to extremes to seek answers but what do we mean by anglophone’s problem in Cameroon? I would focus this short analysis on two mean objectives; Firstly; before the creation of The University of Buea (UB), it was used… Continue reading The Anglophone’s Problem in Cameroon Examine
I am from Bda but I am not an advocate for violence hence not supporting the struggle because I see no trend in this struggle that can benefit the people. I don’t see how the struggle is serving the needs of the mankind nor the people of the NW or SW. It is high time… Continue reading An Appeal to The NW and SW.