Reports emerging in London hold that all paper works have been concluded for the British House of Commons to meet with the independent advocates of Southern Cameroons in the least possible time.
The only thing pending is for the liaison Member of Parliament to meet with the House executives and slate a date for a full House hearing.
According to our source, who is one of the brains behind the move, “A dual-sided approach was adopted viz: to seek audience with Her Majesty the Queen and to seek a brief and update the House of Commons on the situation in the Southern Cameroons and the question of its independence.”
All hands are on deck to ensure that the hearing is successful and the outcome positive to Southern Cameroonians.
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