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« Broken Dreams | Main | Remembering October 1, 1961: Ben Muna in his Own Words »

October 04, 2006

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Ngana Jones

That picture of Foncha and Muna has had a much greater impact on me that all the recent write-ups on the Southern Cameroons problem. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this is it -it goes back to a time when Southern Cameroonians were masters of their own destiny and did not have to answer to Yaounde.

Maybe it is time for Southern Cameroons come out with a picture narrative of the Southern Cameroons story. This is not a difficult endeavour ; pay a small stipend to a few students in the history department of University of Buea and they will spend time in the archives and the ministry of information in buea collecting these pictures...

PAOLO  LAURENT

FROM INDEPENT COUNTRY TO A PROVINCE AND BACK TO INDEPENDENT COUNTRY.

THATS WHAT SOUTHERN CAMEROONS NEED NOW.
NO MORE HOLDING ANY ONE HOSTAGE

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