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« A Preliminary Bibliography of the Anglophone Crisis/Ambazonian Conflict in Cameroon | Main

August 10, 2022


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Martin Jumbam

The history of this nations would have changed radically had the SDF not, unwisely to many Cameroonians, boycotted the 1992 elections that gave Dakole Daissala so much leverage in the Cameroonian political scene. From that moment, the SDF political machinery lost steam from which it has never recovered. Today, it's a mere shadow of its previous buoyant self.


Nice read. It's eye opening on the politics ongoing in the Northern part of the country. For many years Cameroonians pretended not to operate on tribal lines, but events like this demonstrate otherwise. The actual president knows how to play his cards well...

History is showing he made a terrible choice. After 1997 elections many political parties played the maintenance card in the political scene.

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