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.
Issa Tchiroma said in November 2016 that, “Anglophones are an insignificant minority”
Okalia Bilai this September “if dogs continue to go to the streets to bite, they will meet security forces”.
Laurent Esso in January 2017 “when the consortium shall crumble, they shall come towards us begging”.
Atanga Nji Paul January 2017 “the common law will never be applicable in Cameroon”.
Jacque Fame Ndongo “What are you going to do? Anglophones are like two cubes of sugar in a bucket of water”.
Amadou Ali “Anglophones can never control Cameroon”.
Paul Biya listens to all these insults and stays quiet, indirectly making Southern Cameroonians know that they are nothing before his eyes.
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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