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June 08, 2009

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Ma Mary

Dr Nganang, only a revolutionary attitude like yours, generally adopted and vigorously pursued could revive the dying union between Republic of Cameroon and the Southern Cameroons, and for goodness sake stop putting "Southern Cameroons" in quotes. Respect! Do you want to reverse history or pretend it does not exist like the others? Accepting the truth is the first step to creating a new dispensation, and in that wise, you are the most advanced Camerounese.

Ma Mary

BTW, another Nero died, Bongo. The others cannot be too far behind.

dango tumma

southern cameroonian must be the right identity, i reerung to the people rom thr geography of west of the mungo river
to bakassi and nigeria.
why soo,? because every one who speaks and write english is qualify as an anglophone

Nikky

Nganang asks: "Do we have here a repeat of the dissidence of the 1990s which also began in Bamenda?" It seems Nganang has clearly understood the power of literature in any political/nationalist struggle - something which Southern Cameroons nationalists seemed to have missed and have therefore failed to channel all of this literary activity towards their goals and use it as a tool for reinforcing that "Southern Cameroons Identity"...

The Southwesterner

You just hit the right nail buddy.
As a federalist with a soft spot for a divorce of The Cameroons ,i hope there are many of you guys out there East of the Mungo who are fast realising time to re-invent that sick union of ours is fast running out.

Camerounaise frogs , oooouch , i mean the majority are IGNORANT. Oh ya!.

For progressive Anglophones who still hope the union could be repaired , i just want to urge them , the time to LEAD is now. More than ever before Union Nationalist East of the mungo are still hoping we join forces again to realise The Cameroons dream.

aton

there is no hope for anglophone cameroonians in this god-forsaken union.that is why we have to educate as many as possible of our children. only in education will a turning point take place.we anglophones can rebuild our future.and only we can take that decision.only a split will save anglophone posterity.

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