Tuesday, 9 May 2017

A Must Read ... See How An Arrogant Yaounde Policeman Chased An Anglophone Out Of Passport Office

A shameless policeman last week demonstrated the flagrant hatred the Francophone regime in Yaounde, Cameroon, nurses for Anglophone Cameroonians by driving out a young girl who had gone to deposit her application for a passport.


The Francophone policeman wasted little time and minced no words in demonstrating his contempt for anything that looked and sounded English.

With unrestrained xenophobic arrogance and racist discrimination, he flung the application documents in the face of the Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the University of Buea and told the upset girl never to go back to Yaounde with her application.

“I have marked your face,” the policemen told Hilda, “if I ever see you here again, I have you arrested and detained.”
A Must Read ... See How An Arrogant Yaounde Policeman Chased An Anglophone Out Of Passport Office
The policeman further told Hilda, “You Anglophones are very big-headed; you like making trouble, so go back to where you came from. Don’t ever come back here !”

Hilda, though nervous, plucked courage and asked the police officer what crime she had committed and the man responded by throwing Hilda’s file at her.

“Don’t you understand? I said get out of my office!” was the officer’s rude reaction.

What Hilda learnt from the unsolicited outrage is that Cameroon, indeed, is not one and indivisible. In any case, her crime was speaking English in Yaounde and also having certified her documents in Buea.

Recorded history in Biya’s Cameroon has it that Anglophone Cameroonians have been conditioned by the Francophone government to accept force and terror whenever they make powerful demands with some success.

In their fanatical hunger to continue enslaving Anglophones, the Francophone regime has, in a tragic prediction of the future of the country, refused all significant negotiations with the clamouring minority Anglophones and persisted in offering too little too late in the way of concessions.
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