Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
Broadcasting equipment of Equinox TV and radio has been seized by the forces of law and order in Ekona, South West Region of Cameroon, reports say.
Cameras, microphones, and recorders are amongst the items confiscated by forces of law and order, stating that the media organ has no authorisation to cover protest in the area.
Dear Chairman Fru Ndi,
In the name of the People of the Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia, I greet you. I write to you because of your high sense of nationalism and patriotism. For 56 years, the foreign and neighbouring country of the Republic of Cameroon has tried through fraud. violence. intimidation. cultural genocide and every may to transfer our allegiance from our country the Southern Cameroon to Its own. No one else can testify to this better than you. You would recall the very reasons that motivated the formation of the SDF In the first place. Now our people have risen like one titan to say their allegiance belongs to their own country, the Southern Cameroons, and not to a foreign country. Our people have come to know that the United Nations General Assembly granted our country Independence which was due to take effect on 1st October 1961 but was suppressed: they now know that our country has never been part of the Republic of Cameroon through any known process or treaty under international law: that our parliament never debated and signed into law the federation of 1961: that it has all along been fraud. blindfolding and swindle. They have suffered nothing but violence, assimilation and torture in the futile and mistaken attempt by their forefathers to accept the imposition of a foreign power and nation on them. On 22 September 2017. our people, from every nook and corner of our country came out in massive protests against the illegal occupation and colonization of their territory by the Republic of Cameroon. They not only called on all their Fons to stand with them, but equally called upon all the MPs who are supposed to represent them in the Republic of Cameroon's parliament to resign and join them in the struggle for the restoration of their suppressed independence. The protest was so overwhelming that no one can say today that he does not know what the people want. The people have said it loud and clear: they do not want to be ruled by the Republic of Cameroon any more. They have suffered enough oppression and violence over the years.
In a release signed and made public on Wednesday 27 September 2017, it has been made clear that, the rumours being spread about Agbor Balla’s life being threatened, are baseless.
Ekema Patrick Esunge, has refuted killing a young protester whose name was gotten as Atanga.
According to an interview the Mayor granted French Language Daily, Le Jour, the Mayor said he was in his office on Friday morning since he was reliably informed that the massive protests on September 22 was supposed to be carried out “peacefully”.
Ministers steal money from public coffers but are not held responsible. Some are rather promoted while others are decorated with medals.
They arrest and lock up citizens anytime they want without judgement, just because they feel they are the powerful people in the country.
The English speaking parts of the country have been considered for a long time, as low class people by the gangster regime. They have received all sorts of insults, which they do not even deserve. Crooked top state officials have been vomiting any thrash that came to their minds without the least consideration.