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look at this idot, well dressed and looking healthy. do you think this is how ordinary Cameroonians are? "nyam-fuka". infact, there are no suicide bombers in Cameroon, else they would blow this son of a bitch off. I wonder if he knows how ordinary Cameroonians live. Mr.Biya, please people are dying and others are sick and tired of your regime.MY OWN OPINION IS; PLEASE STEP DOWN.
Plots to silence SCNC activists? Discovered; The continuous arrest and detention of SCNC leaders and activists around Cameroon is creating fears within the SCNC organisation. It is feared the Government has a list of over 150 SCNC activists they must put behind bars or assassinate in a means to weaken the organisation. It is rumoured within SCNC sources that there has been plans to silence the SCNC by plotting to kill the leaders or putting them behind bars. Two months ago, Henry Fossung, leader of one of the factions of the SCNC had declared that the Government had on its agenda, plans of killing SCNC leaders. Prior to the October 1 celebrations, an assassination plot was discovered as someone purported to have been sponsored by the Government of La Republique du Cameroun to assassinate Ebenezer Akwanger, the SCYL leader in Nigeria. Since then, the number of arrests and detentions of SCNC leaders and activists is on the rise. It is rumoured the Government is unhappy with the negative image the SCNC is painting. Recently on October 1st 2005, the Southern Cameroons National Council in Belgium issued out a petition asking for the United Nations to create an ad hoc tribunal to try Mr Paul Biya for crimes against humanity. Sources close to the Presidency say, the head of state was particularly bitter with this petition and wants a crack down on the SCNC. SCNC activists claim there is a list from the Government with the names of targeted SCNC activists. Prominent in the list are the names of Southern Cameroons leaders who are suing the government of La Republique du Cameroun, SCNC leaders of France, Belgium, USA, Holland and La Republique du Cameroun. The following SCNC leaders are said to be in the yet to be confirmed list: However, this list is continuous because as the days go by, La Republique du Cameroun includes more names on the list because the number of activists increases day by day. Chief Ayamba Ottu, Nfor Ngala Nfor, Ebenezer Akwanger, Charles Taku, Hitler Mbinglo, Isaac Sona, Henry Fussong, Abang Ako, Peter Pizizi Nkweti, James Sabum, Januarius J.Asongu, Thomas Wacham, Dabney Yirima, Che Julius, Ayamba Lawrence, Azong Wara, Ngiewih Asunkwain, Japheth Wainkem, Nelson Nteff, Tim Fongwe, Caroline Chi, Neh Julius Ndi, Gabriel Mutan, Simon Kumka, Ben Awaah, Ayuketah David, Tabi Christopher, Atang Kevin, Gumne King, James Zerubbabel, Peter Teforlack, John Atemnkeng, Edimo Andrew, Nyabekong Innocent, Rexon Nting, Stephen Kongnso, Rene Morfaw, Lekeanyi Godlove Mburlih, Larry Eyong-Echaw, Oben Maxwel, Joseph Mbah Ndam, Vincent Feko, Duga Titanji, Evaristus Morfaw, Harmony Bobga, Zacharia Khan, Philip Tene, Asongwed Stanley, Samuel Che Neba, Julius Ngu Ndi, Wilson Che Neba, Danny Tabong, Edwin Andalbert Njumran, Fonkwa Thomas, Samuel Che Neba, Atabum Geh Sama, Benedict Kuah Ndi Manjong, Carlson Ayangwe, Fuabeh Victor Achankeng, Augustine Ambe, Immanuel Tatah Mentam, Tonga Nfor, Ofege Ntemfac, Mokom Emmanuel, Emil I. Mondoa, Augustine Akuma Tangie, Dr. Arnold Yongbang, Asandak Isaac Taji, Mokom Ernest Konsey, Edwin Akwanga Taji, Shey Fabian Lawong, Alphonse Forchu Jong, Sama Thomas Achoa, Martin Ayong Ayim, Magdelene Ngassa, Augustine Meombe Itue, Wesley Angoni Tiku, Teboh Samuel Akum, Tayoba Ngenge, Stephen Shemlon, Tum Tafon, Dennis Atemkeng, Ms Melissa Nambangi, Michael Ntumngia, Che John Akwanger, Asongwe A.Edwin, George Muma, Cletus Fendo, Lucas Che, Joseph Ngwa, Perpetua Sirri Scholastica Nchang, Tabot Etando David, Agbor Achou Elvis, Tabot Valantine Mbi, Eyong Tiku Mbi, Tabot Felix Agbor, Eyong Samuel Ako, Nkogho Rebecca Enow, Tabot Etando S, Ayamba Olinga Obi, Genevive Ndagha, Simon Kumka, Stephen Ndifon, Julius Ndi, Maboh Tamasang, Valentine Asongwed, Shella Nurelia Garbonita, Nyiawung Morfaw Elvis, Eboue Njoume, Kum N Peter, Innocent Babila, Pricilla Khan, Shiyghan Stephen Shemlon, Tabi Daniel, Bisong Peter, Oluwabunmi S. Rafiu, Anyileke Maureen, Ndifon Jude, William Folefac M, Nkemkia Robinson, Ebesoh Julius N, Leukeu Zepherine, Ayuk Joyce Bate, Ewane Lawrence Ngolle, Mbaku Afuh Mathais, Nanyong Agnes Ngomba, Nkea Alembong Emmanuel, Ndi Agatha Mukong, Aka Alain A, Bih Jessica, Halary Kebila Fokum, Wazeh Patience, Sone Makia, Takem Abane, Saboh Vivian, Clarence Mpafe, Asongtia Ndemaze, Ruth Kwatila, Yong Villeroy, Sama Evaristus, Ndongfac Leopaul N, Peter Tanah, Dingana Pepus. It is noted that because of the threat La Republique mounts on the above mentioned people, many have escaped the country or are in the country and are in hiding. Some have died because of harsh prison conditions like torture, brutalization, intimidation and even fired to death in the La Republique prisons. Those who are still alive and are in the country spent most of their time in detention in either of the prisons such as the Bamenda Central prison, Kondengue maximum prison, Newbell maximum prison and the Buea Central prison. These prisons are noted for accommodating innocent Southern Cameroonians. Things are becoming worse in the Southern Cameroons. Unless La Republique stop the inhuman treatment in the Southern Cameroons before dialogue can even begin. It is even too late too dialogue. Britain and the United Nations must take responsibilities for the mistakes thy made, otherwise Let the World prepare for another Rwanda Genocide. Southern Cameroonians must win this war.We have are rights to self determination as other countries in the world and also as La Republique. Dear Brothers and Sisters of the Southern Cameroons, stand up for your right. "The force of Argument, not the argument of force".
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2007 on SCNC Officials Arrested at Up Station Mountain Club
Plots to silence SCNC activists? Discovered; The continuous arrest and detention of SCNC leaders and activists around Cameroon is creating fears within the SCNC organisation. It is feared the Government has a list of over 150 SCNC activists they must put behind bars or assassinate in a means to weaken the organisation. It is rumoured within SCNC sources that there has been plans to silence the SCNC by plotting to kill the leaders or putting them behind bars. Two months ago, Henry Fossung, leader of one of the factions of the SCNC had declared that the Government had on its agenda, plans of killing SCNC leaders. Prior to the October 1 celebrations, an assassination plot was discovered as someone purported to have been sponsored by the Government of La Republique du Cameroun to assassinate Ebenezer Akwanger, the SCYL leader in Nigeria. Since then, the number of arrests and detentions of SCNC leaders and activists is on the rise. It is rumoured the Government is unhappy with the negative image the SCNC is painting. Recently on October 1st 2005, the Southern Cameroons National Council in Belgium issued out a petition asking for the United Nations to create an ad hoc tribunal to try Mr Paul Biya for crimes against humanity. Sources close to the Presidency say, the head of state was particularly bitter with this petition and wants a crack down on the SCNC. SCNC activists claim there is a list from the Government with the names of targeted SCNC activists. Prominent in the list are the names of Southern Cameroons leaders who are suing the government of La Republique du Cameroun, SCNC leaders of France, Belgium, USA, Holland and La Republique du Cameroun. The following SCNC leaders are said to be in the yet to be confirmed list: However, this list is continuous because as the days go by, La Republique du Cameroun includes more names on the list because the number of activists increases day by day. Chief Ayamba Ottu, Nfor Ngala Nfor, Ebenezer Akwanger, Charles Taku, Hitler Mbinglo, Isaac Sona, Henry Fussong, Abang Ako, Peter Pizizi Nkweti, James Sabum, Januarius J.Asongu, Thomas Wacham, Dabney Yirima, Che Julius, Ayamba Lawrence, Azong Wara, Ngiewih Asunkwain, Japheth Wainkem, Nelson Nteff, Tim Fongwe, Caroline Chi, Neh Julius Ndi, Gabriel Mutan, Simon Kumka, Ben Awaah, Ayuketah David, Tabi Christopher, Atang Kevin, Gumne King, James Zerubbabel, Peter Teforlack, John Atemnkeng, Edimo Andrew, Nyabekong Innocent, Rexon Nting, Stephen Kongnso, Rene Morfaw, Lekeanyi Godlove Mburlih, Larry Eyong-Echaw, Oben Maxwel, Joseph Mbah Ndam, Vincent Feko, Duga Titanji, Evaristus Morfaw, Harmony Bobga, Zacharia Khan, Philip Tene, Asongwed Stanley, Samuel Che Neba, Julius Ngu Ndi, Wilson Che Neba, Paul Tabong, Edwin Andalbert Njumran, Fonkwa Thomas, Samuel Che Neba, Atabum Geh Sama, Benedict Kuah Ndi Manjong, Carlson Ayangwe, Fuabeh Victor Achankeng, Augustine Ambe, Immanuel Tatah Mentam, Tonga Nfor, Ofege Ntemfac, Mokom Emmanuel, Emil I. Mondoa, Augustine Akuma Tangie, Dr. Arnold Yongbang, Asandak Isaac Taji, Mokom Ernest Konsey, Edwin Akwanga Taji, Shey Fabian Lawong, Alphonse Forchu Jong, Sama Thomas Achoa, Martin Ayong Ayim, Magdelene Ngassa, Augustine Meombe Itue, Wesley Angoni Tiku, Teboh Samuel Akum, Tayoba Ngenge, Stephen Shemlon, Tum Tafon, Dennis Atemkeng, Ms Melissa Nambangi, Michael Ntumngia, Che John Akwanger, A. A. Edwin, George Muma, Cletus Fendo, Lucas Che, Joseph Ngwa, Perpetua Sirri Scholastica Nchang, Tabot Etando David, Agbor Achou Elvis, Tabot Valantine Mbi, Eyong Tiku Mbi, Tabot Felix Agbor, Eyong Samuel Ako, Nkogho Rebecca Enow, Tabot Etando S, Ayamba Olinga Obi, Genevive Ndagha, Simon Kumka, Stephen Ndifon, Julius Ndi, Maboh Tamasang, Valentine Asongwed, Shella Nurelia Garbonita, Nyiawung Morfaw Elvis, Eboue Njoume, Kum N Peter, Innocent Babila, Pricilla Khan, Shiyghan Stephen Shemlon, Tabi Daniel, Bisong Peter, Oluwabunmi S. Rafiu, Anyileke Maureen, Ndifon Jude, William Folefac M, Nkemkia Robinson, Ebesoh Julius N, Leukeu Zepherine, Ayuk Joyce Bate, Ewane Lawrence Ngolle, Mbaku Afuh Mathais, Nanyong Agnes Ngomba, Nkea Alembong Emmanuel, Ndi Agatha Mukong, Aka Alain A, Bih Jessica, Halary Kebila Fokum, Wazeh Patience, Sone Makia, Takem Abane, Saboh Vivian, Clarence Mpafe, Asongtia Ndemaze, Ruth Kwatila, Yong Villeroy, Sama Evaristus, Ndongfac Leopaul N, Peter Tanah, Dingana Pepus. It is noted that because of the threat La Republique mounts on the above mentioned people, many have escaped the country or are in the country and are in hiding. Some have died because of harsh prison conditions like torture, brutalization, intimidation and even fired to death in the La Republique prisons. Those who are still alive and are in the country spent most of their time in detention in either of the prisons such as the Bamenda Central prison, Kondengue maximum prison, Newbell maximum prison and the Buea Central prison. These prisons are noted for accommodating innocent Southern Cameroonians. Things are becoming worse in the Southern Cameroons. Unless La Republique stop the inhuman treatment in the Southern Cameroons before dialogue can even begin. It is even too late too dialogue. Britain and the United Nations must take responsibilities for the mistakes thy made, otherwise Let the World prepare for another Rwanda Genocide. Southern Cameroonians must win this war.We have are rights to self determination as other countries in the world and also as La Republique. Dear Brothers and Sisters of the Southern Cameroons, stand up for your right. "The force of Argument, not the argument of force".
Toggle Commented Aug 13, 2007 on SCNC Officials Arrested at Up Station Mountain Club