Although the United Nations has deep sympathy for the people of Southern Cameroon and understands their grievances against the central government, it is imperative it acts according to international law. Independence is the ultimate solution and or last resort to any problem faced by any group or community. It is not a need buts necessity.
It is clear Southern Cameroon (Ambazonia) is seeking independence recognition based on marginalisation by Cameroon French speaking majority.
It is not the duty of the international community to demonstrate beyond reasonable doubt that the needs address the wants of any group, society or nation and the future consequences within that community if your application is granted or not.
Each and every case is accessed individually and address according to it merit.
Having had a proper examination of the facts, the international community is not convinced the applicant has demonstrated beyond reasonable doubt to enable us to make a proper judgement at this moment.
Neither, has the applicant demonstrated how a recognition of independence will address the current issue listed now and within the applicant’s community.
The international community is not convinced a recognition of independence will address the grievances in this case nor will it address the problem even within the anglophones community in the nearest future.
Note: this is a self assessment review