What ever direction you look and think, NW and SW are Kamerun and Cameroon.
Firstly, the land you are claiming to be ambazonia is part of the land name Kamerun that was given to The British to administer, not own, not colonised but look after. The Germans brought us German and the German was replaced by French and English.
The Germans left us with what they gave us. But because we are idiots those reminders are crumbling in our eyes.
The English were not in Cameroon but in Nigeria hence we had to go to Nigeria for higher English education. The French were in Cameroon and left us with higher education establishment. The English did not leave us with political establishments but we had the chance to experience it from Nigeria their base. On the contrary, the French left us with everything apart of their loots.
We can see remnants of German establishment in Kamerun all over especially were they were very active within their short period. We can see the French, How many of the English? Even what you called Buea your capital is a German foundation. In Bamenda Upstation, German foundation. What does that tells you?
In 1961-62 we had to chance to join the English establishment in Nigeria or change again to a French establishment just as we did in the 1918s. The northern zone decided to continue with the English establishment of Nigeria and we refused.
Federation or what so ever had no bearing on such decision. It was just a system of governance deem suitable at the time.
There was nothing as independence because we were part of Kamerun before they became our watchnight.
What is your problem today? The problem of language or the problem of identity?
A bi na English speaker proud to learn French as a language but guess what, I am Bali, nationality, Cameroon.
Remember there was a vote for independence pathways that so no merit for it was against the trusteeship.
Fight for the truth, speak the truth.
Legally, politically, constitutionally, morally etc Ambazonia is a nuisance.
English and French are foreign dialects you want to impose on me as an identity! Where is my own dialect?
Impose it on me.