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It is surreal that only a few months ago we were talking about the monumental challenges those clamoring for a free Ambazonia state faced to now discussing the real prospect of Ambazonia becoming the newest nation on the bloc in Africa.   So much blood, pain and anguish have come to define the last several months that Ambazonians are in the course of writing their own history. The undercurrents of deep emotions transforming the region routinely go unnoticed. Ambazonia when it finally...
After three years of fighting La Republique du Cameroun, separatists fighting for a free Ambazonia are no closer to a state recognition. What they have achieved is an overwhelming local support for their struggle and that is no small feat. The slow progress to a state recognition has frustrated many activists and diehard supporters who might have imagined their shear amount of determination and will power will cruise them to a finish line. Unfortunately, victory is still far-off, but their...
Mikhail Timofeyevich Kalashnikov might have died in 2013, but his creation the AK-47 first rolled out in 1947 still remains the weapon of choice for rebel groups and governments fighting each other around the world. No truer is that than in the restive Anglophone regions of Cameroon where separatists have taken up arms to fight Mr. Biya’s forces whom they prefer to call colonialists. Mr. Biya, unable to convince Cameroonians that after 36 years of corruption, swindling public funds and...
After 1 year of engaging the Cameroonian military, Anglophone Cameroonians with the Free Ambazonia movement are gradually coming to grips with the stark reality of war. Civil wars typically last an average of 7 to 12 years. Are Anglophones prepared for that? In a rare show of unity, the different Anglophone factions have chosen to put forward a united front. A choice they could not afford to ignore any longer if they wanted their struggle to last. They may have an abundance of vocal and silent...
The death toll, the destruction and carnage left behind, the hundreds of thousands of refugees running away from their homes not wanting to just be another body count, is the reality for most people living in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon. What shocks most people is the amount of money and resources the Biya regime and secessionists are bent on spending to sustain their course of action and most of which is spent on acquiring foreign arms and foreign lobbyists. Late in the fight and...
It all started just like any other protest. Teachers and lawyers went out to protest against Anglophone marginalization. The regime responded just like every dictatorship does with the military to quickly quash dissent. This was no ordinary protest. The protest was fueled by decades of suppressed anger, the relegation of the Anglophone minority to the sidelines.   Marginalized to the extent that many had come to accept their status as second class citizens. Citizens who are given...


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