Recently the short-sighted government of la republique du Cameroun, has promised to carry a number of reforms to appease the disgruntled and marginalised Anglophones.Amongst these measures include the laying of the foundation stone of the University teaching hospitals of Bamenda and Buea.
The NW and SW Regions have become tourist destinations for the ministers of basic and secondary education who spend time preaching back to school sermons to parents. the recruitment of contract teachers, allocation of funds to support private schools amongst others in the education sector.
More to that, the decaying and obsessed government of mr Biya has also deceived Cameroonians that it will carry out the redeployment of French speaking magistrates from English speaking regions back to their francophone regions, the creation of a common law bench at the supreme court and the department of common law in the highly corrupt national school of Administration and Magistracy, known in its French acronym as ENAM. All these mouth watering reforms are mere promises which have as objective to lure Southern Cameroonians to drop their struggle for independence.
The people of the Republic of Southern Cameroons have come to understand that you can fool a people for long but not for a life time. Forerunners of the Anglophone battle for restoration have cautioned all Ambazonians not to hit or fall prey to the seductive and deceitful promises of la Republique.
Many Anglophone sympathizers have asked the question; why all these measures now? Meanwhile at the start of the upheaval, some slaves of the Biya regime like Paul Atanga Nji and other francophone ministers took to the media to say there is no Anglophone problem in Cameroon.They were disgraced by their master, the 84 year old president who acknowledged later on that there is actually a problem.
The Anglophone crisis has taken a drastic turn of forward forever and backward never despite the counterfeit reforms announced by the crafty and centralised Yaounde government.