Friday, 10 March 2017

Southern Cameroonians Fortify Resistant Walls Against Biya’s Totalitarian Regime

Reports reaching us suggests that the hearts of Southern Cameroonians have been hardened by the deaths of their loved ones, indiscriminate abductions of innocent people and targeted Internet communications blackouts on the former Southern Cameroons territory.

The People have unravelled the government’s divide and rule tactics of visiting each Divisional Headquarters of West Cameroon to fake their grassroot unpopularity before the International Community. They have remained firm and resolute and their demands are resonating from one administrative headquarters to another. The Head of Government’s tour through Fundong and Mbengwi (administrative capitals of Boyo and Momo Divisions) after Bamenda further revealed his intention to fuel the crisis in favour of Southern Cameroonians.

Our reporter in the region informed our NewsDesk that the Prime Minister did not only blatantly refuse to release the detainees but equally indicated that he has developed a strategy to rebuff the people’s requests with demeaning questions which undermine the gravity of their legitimate worries.

In a bid to demonstrate his superiority over the people of his wife’s kindred of the Boyo Division, he uttered a sly question requesting to know ‘how many people use Internet here?’ Linda Yang’s tribesmen considered this question as a slap on their faces. However, it also helped the Prime Minister’s ‘in-laws’ to add another firm layer to the already existing fence between Southern Cameroonians and their colonizers from La Republique du Cameroun.
Southern Cameroonians Fortify Resistant Walls Against Biya’s Totalitarian Regime
The Mbengwi people, like the Bamenda and Boyo people gave the Prime Minister no reason to be happy about his ‘reconciliatory’ mission because his government has done nothing to solve the remotest of concerns raised by the teachers, lawyers and now parents. By alafnet.com news desk
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