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Martin Douala

Southern Cameroons is on a journey! The Plebiscite result shielded the territory from ravages of the Nigerian civil war. The federation with Cameroun provided ample constitutional protection from the UPC rebellion. There should be no regrets for not joining Nigeria. The challenge for Southern Cameroons is for its sons and daughters to use their richer anglosaxon heritage to transform La Republique such that liberty and justice can co-exist with free-enterprise and democracy.

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