The changes made to the leadership of the lone state broadcaster in Cameroon have revealed beyond reasonable doubt that West Cameroonians are strangers in their own homeland.
The appointments came during an extra-ordinary session of the Board on Thursday.
No Anglophone featured on the top rungs of the ladder of the administration, both at the levels of radio and television.
The general directors of radio and television broadcasting are Francophones; the general directors of the editorial departments for both sides are Francophones...
Certainly french-speaking Cameroonians constitute the minority of the staff, hence the probability of having a good Francophone is higher than the other way round.
Yet it doesn't imply that Anglophones are not competent enough to handle those positions. Every people have their talents and particulars.
Most importantly, no English-speaking Cameroonian has ever been general manager of the media giant .
This makes one wonder if West Cameroonians are half humans or are being marginalized.