Protests in Cameroon have been ongoing for almost a year now, but they are slowly transforming into a separatist movement. People in the country's English-speaking regions say they are discriminated against and marginalised when it comes to jobs, education, and justice. What will it take to end the unrest?
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The official language of Sub-Saharan Africa should be the Somali Language. So long as africans keep worshipping demi-gods and keep speaking colonial languages, rest assured you will remain behind the world.
Peckis77 Garvey77 Somali is one the best preserved language in Africa. In the Horn of Africa, no foreign language is spoken unlike for most of Africa and it was the bloodiest place for Colonial powers to gain a foothold.
Achiri Clinton See, as a descendant of my Ambazonian fathers, we wanted federalism, when we were independent. We had it, but they dissolved it in 1972 without a referendum. We still wanted it now, but the leaders have refused. So now, secession will only bring an ultimate end to this crisis.
am not a secessionist but i can tell you, you are wrong.... am in the field. about 65% wants independence, 20% want Federalism, 10% want decentralization and reforms and 5 % made of up Anglophone civil servant who are part of the ruling party wants unity,
Did they say it belonged to them? We speak native languages Mr. and the fact that colonial masters still rule over us through the crooked Leaders we have makes it the reasons for the fight. It's still indirect colonial rule making it a clear case of favoritism in Cameroon, the reason why people in Southern Cameroon want to restore their statehood. The language you speak is it yours?