Anglophones Defy Gun-Toting Troops, Take To The Streets Of West Cameroon

Never in the history of Cameroon have the people of the North West and South West Regions been this determined to break the colonial yoke and free themselves from oppression and marginalisation.

From Kumbo through Bamenda to Mamfe, Tombel, Ekondo-Titi, to Kumba, Muyuka Ekona, Buea, Mutengene, Tiko and Limbe, millions took to the streets protesting against La Republique oppression.

Despite the heavy presence of armed troops, the firing of tear gas, life bullets and other brutality, the people continue. Presently they are at the Buea Independence Square, threatening to declare their independence in their supposed political capital

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