• C A N Yaoundé 1972

    published: 14 Feb 2017
  • Common law Vs Civil law jurisdiction - Barrister Harmony Bobga Mbuton

    What jurisdiction better delivers JUSTICE; common law or civil law jurisdiction hdAll video content that appears on this video belong to original owners and producers. FreeSouthernCameroons is only using the videos to create more awareness. No Copyright of any video or material intended.

    published: 08 Apr 2017
  • Biya orders release of some arrested anglophones in Cameroon (Ayah Paul, Agbor Nkongho, Fontem)

    President Paul Biya has ordered an end to all judicial proceedings against Ayah Paul Abine, Felix Agbor Nkongho, Fontem Agborteka Neba and other detainees arrested in relation to on-going crisis in the North West and South West regions. The decision contained in a release signed August 30 by Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, Secretary General at the Presidency paves the way for the liberation of so-called Anglophone leaders and closed to one hundred English-speaking Cameroonians facing trial at the Yaounde Military Tribunal. Visit www.rawcameroonhistory.blogspot.com for more facts on cameroon history and the genesis of the anglophone problem or anglophone crisis (original cameroon information). Journal du Cameroun (Cameroon News) earlier reported that: The ''Law Society of England urges Biya to free ...

    published: 01 Sep 2017
  • Dual Languages, Legal Systems Make Seeking Justice Difficult in Cameroon

    Lawyers in Cameroon are complaining that justice is being hampered because of the language barrier, when French-speaking attorneys litigate court cases in the English-speaking part of the country and English-speaking lawyers argue cases in courts in the French-speaking part of the country. English and French are official languages in Cameroon; but, the English-speaking part of the country based on the common law system, which is not taught to French-speaking lawyers, and the French-speaking part of the country practices the civil law system, which English-speaking lawyers are not trained in. Cameroon's legal system, like most in Africa, is rooted in its colonial past. The common law system inherited from English colonial masters is practiced in Cameroon's English-speaking northwest an...

    published: 22 May 2015
  • Bertilla and Elvis Cameroon wedding

    published: 28 Aug 2017
  • Samuel Eto'o Rencontre ses Fans au Cameroun .. en visite à MTN

    Samuel Eto'o Rencontre ses Fans au Cameroun .. en visite à MTN Footballer Samuel Eto'o becomes the face of MTN in Cameroon ces milliers de fan attendaient avec impatience. Il était question pour ceux qui ont fait le pied de grue ici depuis 10 heures du matin, de ne rater aucun mouvement du pichichi dont l’arrivée a été annoncée via des messages téléphoniques. Plusieurs n’avaient pas oublié leur appareil photo et Ipad chez eux. Dès l’arrivée du cortège de la star aux environs de 15 heures, l’acclamation est devenue totale. La foule scandait le nom de son héros. Le cordon de sécurité s’est resserré pour permettre à Samuel Eto’o d’entrer dans l’immeuble. Apres la signature de quelques autographes et des séances photo avec les plus privilegiés des clients, le meilleur buteur des Lions Indom...

    published: 24 Mar 2016
  • Cameroon: Abuses in 'Homosexuality' Prosecutions

    (Yaoundé -- Thursday, March 21, 2013) Cameroon prosecutes people for consensual same-sex conduct more aggressively than almost any country in the world, four human rights organizations said in a report released today. The organizations -- Alternatives-Cameroun, Association for the Defense of Gays and Lesbians (ADEFHO), the Cameroonian Foundation for AIDS (CAMFAIDS), and Human Rights Watch -- found that at least 28 people have been prosecuted for same-sex conduct in Cameroon since 2010. Most cases are marked by grave human rights violations, including torture, forced confessions, denial of access to legal counsel, and discriminatory treatment by law enforcement and judicial officials.

    published: 21 Mar 2013
  • DOUALA MARCHE DES FLEURS TO DOUALA AIRPORT

    published: 10 Jul 2017
  • FFG CAMEROON 2017 ANNUAL PARTY OK

    published: 10 Feb 2017
  • Human rights abuse and trophy hunting in Cameroon

    An elephant-hunting safari operation jointly owned by French billionaire Baron Benjamin de Rothschild has been implicated in human rights abuses – including illegal evictions and torture – against local Baka “Pygmies” and their neighbors. Click here to find out more and take action: http://www.survivalinternational.org/emails/baka-trophy-hunting This is not an isolated incident. Across Africa, tribal people are accused of “poaching” because they hunt to feed their families. And they face arrest and beatings, torture and death, while big game trophy hunters are encouraged. Survival International is leading the fight against these abuses.

    published: 04 Nov 2016
  • ICT univerty Cameroon ENGL

    This documentary ICT Universty CAMEROON, presnts a higher education institution specializing in ICT, located in the capital of Cameroon in Yaounde area Etoug Ebe 's.

    published: 19 Sep 2013
  • Father Wilfred of West Cameroon

    Young priest explained his grievances about the oppressor La Republic of Cameroon.

    published: 12 Jan 2017
  • Attending a wedding with my sister here in Yaoundé

    So we were invited for a wedding by a friend of ours. We had some difficulties locating the place but we made it finally. Just to give a glimpse of what a wedding is here in Cameroon.

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • AP & Generalis: Berlin Business Legal Services | آبش‌احمد | پلیس - یک صالح جابری مسجد |

    +98 21 444 60579 https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/attorney-briefcase.html Izadi Law Firm established on 1978 in Tehran, Iran . more than 10 Lawyers associating with Izadi Law from in Tehran and other cities of Iran under supervision of the senior Lawyer Dr. Bijan Izadi. This law firm is fully service Law firm which mostly providing legal services to the foreign and International..

    published: 26 Sep 2016
  • Cameroon Recovers Community From Boko Haram

    Legal Notice: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode More Amazing News: http://www.gistonthis.com Cameroon has recorded a victory against Boko Haram as its troops have chased the terrorists out of a community that they had occupied for almost three weeks. The village of Ashigashia is on the nation’s border with Nigeria and has suffered from the spillover violence in Borno state. Thousands of Nigerians and Cameroonians are currently hiding away at a school in Kolofata. Reports had it last week that 480 Nigerian soldiers fled into Cameroon to escape Boko Haram and they also sought refuge in schools. The Cameroon Defense Minister, Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o told Voice of America that the situation in Ashigashia is stabilizing after a successful military offensive.

    published: 30 Aug 2014
  • Enoh Meyomesse (Suite) - "Le Cameroun N'est pas un Etat de Droit!" by Issa Nyaphaga.

    *- THANK YOU FOR NOT DOWNLOADING THIS VIDEO WITHOUT OUR PERMISSION! *- MERCI DE NE PAS TÉLÉCHARGER CETTE VIDÉO SANS NOTRE PERMISSION! Enoh Meyomesse was born in 1954 in Ebolowa, South cameroon. He's the most famous Cameroonian writer living in Cameroon, and just spent 40 months in prison of Kodengui, Yaoundé for his work and ideas. During is imprisonment, it was rough legal battles and international campaigns "FREE ENOH" materialized by walk protest of the Diasporas and the lobbying from organizations such as PEN International, CODE (London, Austria & Germany etc...) and other Human Rights Orgs. Thank you all for not letting Enoh forgotten. Special thanks to Berline Domou, Patrice Nganang - Michel Togué and Frank Beal for making this testimony possible.

    published: 15 Sep 2015
  • Workshop on Legal and Policity Frameworks for the Information Society in West Africa

    Saly (Senegal), Teranga Hotel et Villas, 11 13 March 2009. Awareness-raising and dialogue workshop to raise awareness and promote multi-stakeholder discussion on key issues of the information society legal framework in West Africa, in order to contribute to the strengthening of national and regional processes in this area. One day was devoted to West Africa and IGF. See http://blogs.haayo.org/westafict/ for further information.

    published: 08 Apr 2009
  • Robinson Djeukam Njinga Memorial

    On 19 August 2015 our dear friend and colleague, Robinson Djeukam Njinga, an environmental and social justice lawyer and activist in Cameroon, passed away suddenly in a hospital in Yaoundé. For more than 20 years Robinson was a leading advocate, combating illegal logging and promoting forest governance and community rights in Cameroon, as well as the entire Congo Basin region. He was a valued civil society actor in the African region and an active member of the African Community Rights Network (ACRN) since its creation in 2008. For a decade Robinson worked with the CED (Centre for Environmental Development) and trained the first cohort of young lawyers offering legal services directly to communities in Cameroon. As a legal expert he contributed greatly to legal reforms in the Republic of ...

    published: 11 Sep 2015
  • 10 1 2017 More than 50+ Anglophones, Ambazonians, Southern Cameroon people massacred

    Nowhere to escape - borders closed while they have been ambushed Internet shutdown previously. Cameroon Anglophone regions to shut Nigeria border over protests Reuters Staff 3 MIN READ YAOUNDE (Reuters) - The government of one of Cameroon’s Anglophone regions ordered its border with Nigeria closed this weekend in response to calls by activists for protests to demand more rights for the country’s English-speaking minority. The move on Thursday represents an escalation in a crackdown on months of protest spurred by complaints about political and economic discrimination in the Anglophone regions of the predominantly Francophone country. Security forces killed six protesters and arrested hundreds of others following calls for reforms by lawyers and teachers last year, and the internet wa...

    published: 01 Oct 2017
  • COMPARSA YAOUNDE 2012 BANDA 2

    published: 28 Jun 2014
  • Cameroon's president orders end to prosecution of Anglophone leaders

    Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN In this edition: Cameroon's President Paul Biya orders an end to legal proceedings against three Anglophone protest leaders; Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari leads his first cabinet meeting for five months; and half a million Africans descend upon Mecca for the traditional hajj pilgrimage. Cameroon's President Paul Biya orders an end to legal proceedings against three so-called "Anglophone leaders" who were arrested last December over turmoil in the country's northwest and southwest regions. We cross live to our correspondent for the latest. Also, Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has led his first cabinet meeting for five months, following a lengthy stay ...

    published: 31 Aug 2017
  • Comrade Tassang goes on the offensive in Legal Battle for Restoration of SC/Ambazonia Statehood

    published: 19 Mar 2017
  • Is Marijuana Legal In Cameroon

    published: 26 Jun 2016
  • Cameroon's president (Paul Biya) orders Pentecostal churches closed

    http://www.africtoday.com Yaounde, Cameroon (CNN) -- Cameroon's President Paul Biya has ordered the closure of nearly 100 Christian churches in key cities, citing criminal practices organized by Pentecostal pastors that threaten the security of the West African nation. But Pentecostal pastors said the move is evidence of Biya's insecurity about the churches' criticism of the government. Biya is using the military to permanently shut down all Pentecostal church denominations in the nation's capital, Yaounde, and the North West Regional capital, Bamenda, which have the largest Christian populations in Cameroon. More than 50 churches have now been closed, with the government targeting nearly 100 in eight other regions. "We will get rid of all the so-called Christian Pentecostal pastors w...

    published: 15 Aug 2013
  • Cameroon concord interviews Professor Titus Edzoa Vol 2 mp4

    Prof. Titus Edzoa, leader of the progressive wing of the ruling Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement, an organization dedicated to protesting the Cameroon's government’s policy of legalizing corruption was released in Yaounde after 17 year in prison. Believing that non-violent measures would be successful, Edzoa and a host of other former barons of the ruling CPDM party intend to challenge the Biya government in the 2018 presidential elections. Titus Edzoa was arrested and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was convicted a second time for corruption. He received another 20 years sentence and was held at the National Gendarmerie Headquarters in Yaounde. On the notorious Gendarmarie Headquarters in Yaounde,Prof Titus Edzoa lived in a tiny cell, received meager rations and performed ha...

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • Cameroon concord interviews Professor Titus Edzoa Vol 1

    Prof. Titus Edzoa, leader of the progressive wing of the ruling Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement, an organization dedicated to protesting the Cameroon's government’s policy of legalizing corruption was released in Yaounde after 17 year in prison. Believing that non-violent measures would be successful, Edzoa and a host of other former barons of the ruling CPDM party intend to challenge the Biya government in the 2018 presidential elections. Titus Edzoa was arrested and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was convicted a second time for corruption. He received another 20 years sentence and was held at the National Gendarmerie Headquarters in Yaounde. On the notorious Gendarmarie Headquarters in Yaounde,Prof Titus Edzoa lived in a tiny cell, received meager rations and performed ha...

    published: 30 Jan 2016
  • Cameroonian Pro Gay Rights Activist Eric Lembembe Killed

    Prominent Cameroonian gay rights activist and journalist Eric Lembembe has been killed in the capital, Yaounde, a rights group says. Mr Lembembe's neck and feet appeared to have been broken and his face, hands, and feet burned with an iron, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said. The cause of the killing is not known, but Mr Lembembe is the latest activist to be targeted in Cameroon, it added. Homosexual acts are illegal in socially conservative Cameroon. 'Death threats' "The police should not rest until the perpetrators of this horrific crime are brought to justice. President Biya should break his silence on the wave of homophobic violence in Cameroon and publicly condemn this brutal attack," said HRW researcher Neela Ghoshal in a statement. Mr Lembembe, the executive director of the Cameroon...

    published: 16 Jul 2013
  • SAM_1358.flvCAMEROON: Barrister Elad Ekontang Sues for National Dialogue on Anglophone Issue

    About two weeks after an interview with me in which Honorable Ayah Paul Abine said he has not seen any document that materialises the reunification of East and West Cameroon as of October 1, 1961, I was surprised to read yesterday in a rival private newspaper in Cameroon to The Post newspaper where my interview was published, what could be called a rebuttal or a rejoinder from Dr. Nfor Susungi, claiming the contrary that there is something that may pass for a legal instrument. Dr. Susungi states that the memorandum of understanding that may have been signed between Ahidjo, Asale and Foncha in Yaounde in the foreshadow of the actually reunification is the document, even though he refers to it in the legally unbinding term of a communique. After reading the very unsettling, controversial Dr...

    published: 03 Jul 2012
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C A N    Yaoundé 1972

C A N Yaoundé 1972

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Common law Vs Civil law jurisdiction  -  Barrister Harmony Bobga Mbuton

Common law Vs Civil law jurisdiction - Barrister Harmony Bobga Mbuton

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What jurisdiction better delivers JUSTICE; common law or civil law jurisdiction hdAll video content that appears on this video belong to original owners and producers. FreeSouthernCameroons is only using the videos to create more awareness. No Copyright of any video or material intended.
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Biya orders release of some arrested anglophones in Cameroon (Ayah Paul, Agbor Nkongho, Fontem)

Biya orders release of some arrested anglophones in Cameroon (Ayah Paul, Agbor Nkongho, Fontem)

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President Paul Biya has ordered an end to all judicial proceedings against Ayah Paul Abine, Felix Agbor Nkongho, Fontem Agborteka Neba and other detainees arrested in relation to on-going crisis in the North West and South West regions. The decision contained in a release signed August 30 by Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, Secretary General at the Presidency paves the way for the liberation of so-called Anglophone leaders and closed to one hundred English-speaking Cameroonians facing trial at the Yaounde Military Tribunal. Visit www.rawcameroonhistory.blogspot.com for more facts on cameroon history and the genesis of the anglophone problem or anglophone crisis (original cameroon information). Journal du Cameroun (Cameroon News) earlier reported that: The ''Law Society of England urges Biya to free Ayah Paul, Agbor ‘Balla’, Fontem, others". They said, ''The Law Society of England and the Wales has written to President Paul Biya, requesting the immediate release of Justice Ayah Paul Abine, Barrister Felix Agbor Kongho, Dir Fontem Neba, Mancho BBC and all supposed activists arrested in relation to the ongoing crisis in the North West and South West region. In the letter dated April 25, a copy of which Journal du Cameroun stumbled upon, the international lawyers’ protection organisation, also requests that government should ensure that any further proceedings and only if required and in compliance with international norms, non-custodial measures are applied. The organisation equally demands that government should ensure that the persons who have been arrested and detained are tried by an ordinary court, not by a military tribunal, and that they can appeal any judgment rendered through an independent, impartial, judicial proceeding that is open to the public and in which all rules regarding due process are respected. The Law Society is a professional body representing more than 166,000 lawyers in England and Wales. Its aims include upholding the independence of the legal profession, the rule of law and human rights around the world. The subject of its letter to President Biya is tittled, ‘Prolonged detention – Lawyer Nkongho Felix Agbor and others”. Carbon Copies(CC) of the letter were sent to Laurent Esso Minister of Justice and Keeper of the Seals, Martin Belinga Eboutou Director of Civil Cabinet, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh Secretary General of the Presidency, Cavaye Yeguie Djibril Speaker of the National Assembly, Justice Daniel Mekobe Sone President of the Supreme Court, Philemon Yang Prime Minister, The African Commission on Human and People’s Rights, the British High Commission in Yaounde among other institutions. Besides demanding the release, the letter signed by Robert Bourns, President of Law Society of England and the Wales, also acknowledges measures taken by government in addressing the grievances of Common Law lawyers. The organisation however condemned government’s disrespect for international charters on human rights and freedoms. Some of the internatonal instrument the Society accused Cameroon of disrespecting include; African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ Principles and Guidelines on Human and People’s Rights while Countering Terrorism in Africa, African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights’ Guidelines on the Conditions of Arrest, Police Custody and Pre-Trial Detention in Africa, African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights, UN Standard Minimum Rules for Non-Custodial Measures (The Tokyo Rules), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, acceded to by Cameroon on 27 June 1984 etc. It is the second time the Law Society is writing to the government of Cameroon. The first letter regarding the arrest and detention of Nkongho Felix Agbor, Fontem Aforteka’A Neba, Paul Ayah Abine, and others was written on February 13. In the first letter, they also used international and regional standards to point out the lack of jurisdiction of military tribunals over civilians, the rights to freedom of expression, the right to liberty and security of the person, and other rights which Cameroon is allegedly failing to respect. “We are concerned about the jurisdiction of a military tribunal to rule on cases regarding civilians, and the death penalty that applies to the crimes that the detainees have been charged with. We are also concerned about their arrest and detention, about possible violations of their right to freedom of expression, association, peaceful assembly, as well as their right to a fair trial.” The letter read in part. Meanwhile the actvists are expected to appear before the military tribunal on May 24, following a second adjournement of their trial on April 27.
https://wn.com/Biya_Orders_Release_Of_Some_Arrested_Anglophones_In_Cameroon_(Ayah_Paul,_Agbor_Nkongho,_Fontem)
Dual Languages, Legal Systems Make Seeking Justice Difficult in Cameroon

Dual Languages, Legal Systems Make Seeking Justice Difficult in Cameroon

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Lawyers in Cameroon are complaining that justice is being hampered because of the language barrier, when French-speaking attorneys litigate court cases in the English-speaking part of the country and English-speaking lawyers argue cases in courts in the French-speaking part of the country. English and French are official languages in Cameroon; but, the English-speaking part of the country based on the common law system, which is not taught to French-speaking lawyers, and the French-speaking part of the country practices the civil law system, which English-speaking lawyers are not trained in. Cameroon's legal system, like most in Africa, is rooted in its colonial past. The common law system inherited from English colonial masters is practiced in Cameroon's English-speaking northwest and southwest regions. The civil law system inherited from French colonial masters is practiced in the other eight regions, which are French speaking. Educator George Tambe of Cameroon's Ministry of Higher Education says having two different legal systems in the country creates problems, particularly as lawyers who may only speak one of the official languages, or are trained in only one of the legal systems, are called upon to litigate in unfamiliar legal and linguistic terrain. "At this level, let's get back to the law and see where the problems lie," said Tambe. "W orking in two different areas means we are disintegrating. The recipients are those who are going to have problems. They are going to suffer a lot. If we are moving towards national integration, we should not be having a law which is different from another law in the same country." Lawyer Nico Hale, president of the general assembly of the Cameroon Bar Council, says English-speaking lawyers started pressing for reforms when French speaking lawyers were transferred to courts in the English-speaking part of the country. "We are talking about the courts where the litigants are supposed to follow the submissions, what they are seeing, what they are saying, even written so that there should be fair trial at the end," said Hale. "If he is leaving the court, if he lost the case he knows the facts, if he won he knows why he won the case. So if he leaves without knowing what transpired in court, there can be no fair trial and when there is no fair trial you can't talk of justice." Dr. Willibroad Dze-Ngwa, lecturer at the University of Yaounde One, says the discrepancies in executing justice is just one of several issues bringing problems to the English and French speaking sections of Cameroon. "To think that the Francophones {French speaking Cameroonians} compel the lawyers to do submission in French, English is considered in Cameroon as a second thought, not as a first thought alongside the French language and I think that it is regrettable," said Dze-Ngwa. "We have had the lawyers complain, the teachers are protesting, the parliamentarians wrote a memorandum to the prime minister. It is unbearable." Sociologist Victor Obi says when Cameroon harmonizes the two legal systems the citizens will be assured of fair trials and the English minority which constitutes 20 percent of the population will not feel marginalized. "We look at the French law, we look at the English law and then we bring out the elements that are not good and eliminate them," said Obi. "Bring out the elements that will make us unique as a nation and that will even become a kind of law in the world, the combination of the French and the English law." Lawyer Nico Hale says in the meantime, French should not be spoken by judges and magistrates in English-speaking areas, and English in French-speaking portions of Cameroon.
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Bertilla and Elvis  Cameroon wedding

Bertilla and Elvis Cameroon wedding

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Samuel Eto'o Rencontre ses Fans au Cameroun .. en visite à MTN

Samuel Eto'o Rencontre ses Fans au Cameroun .. en visite à MTN

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Samuel Eto'o Rencontre ses Fans au Cameroun .. en visite à MTN Footballer Samuel Eto'o becomes the face of MTN in Cameroon ces milliers de fan attendaient avec impatience. Il était question pour ceux qui ont fait le pied de grue ici depuis 10 heures du matin, de ne rater aucun mouvement du pichichi dont l’arrivée a été annoncée via des messages téléphoniques. Plusieurs n’avaient pas oublié leur appareil photo et Ipad chez eux. Dès l’arrivée du cortège de la star aux environs de 15 heures, l’acclamation est devenue totale. La foule scandait le nom de son héros. Le cordon de sécurité s’est resserré pour permettre à Samuel Eto’o d’entrer dans l’immeuble. Apres la signature de quelques autographes et des séances photo avec les plus privilegiés des clients, le meilleur buteur des Lions Indomptables de tous les temps est sorti communier avec le public nombreux qui l’attendait à l’extérieur. Après l’exécution de l’hymne national qu’il a lui-même entonné, il a échangé avec les nombreux clients et abonnés de la compagnie présents sur place. « Il n’y a rien de plus beau que ça. Il n’y a rien de plus beau que le Cameroun. Il n’y’a d rien de plus beau que MTN Cameroon », a déclaré Samuel Eto’o. Tout en invitant tous ses fans à acheter une puce Mtn Cameroun. « Cherchez une puce Mtn Cameroon et retrouver moi ici », ne cessait-il de rappeler. Selon les responsables de Mtn Cameroon organisateur de cet évènement, il était question pour l’entreprise de permettre à Samuel Eto’o de communier avec les abonnées de la ville de Douala. « Mtn, Cameroon a plus d’abonnés à Douala. Après la présentation du nouvel ambassadeur de notre marque à Yaoundé, il était question pour nous de lui permettre de communier avec nos abonnées. C’est le pourquoi de cet évènement », expliquent les responsables de cette entreprise heureux d’avoir réussi ce challenge. --- The Cameroonian subsidiary of the South African telecommunications company MTN International, announced on 21 march 2016 during a press conference in the Cameroonian capital, that it has entered into a partnership with footballer Samuel Eto'o, who thus became MTN Cameroun's ambassador. This partnership between Eto'o and MTN proves that the Antalyaspor, Turkey player is still very much in demand with some advertisers, despite the ongoing issues involving him. Indeed, the ex-captain of the national football team of Cameroon, fallen from grace after the last world cup in Brazil, is the main character of a tell-all book just published by his former mistress, Nathalie Koa, who revealed some unsavoury exploits by the four-times winner of the Ballon d'Or outside of football stadiums. Samuel Eto'o, who is at the centre of legal proceedings in France as well as Cameroon following his breakup with Nathalie Koa, thus joins the MTN brand after having been for some years the face of its main competitor, telecommunications operator Orange Cameroun.
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Cameroon: Abuses in 'Homosexuality' Prosecutions

Cameroon: Abuses in 'Homosexuality' Prosecutions

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(Yaoundé -- Thursday, March 21, 2013) Cameroon prosecutes people for consensual same-sex conduct more aggressively than almost any country in the world, four human rights organizations said in a report released today. The organizations -- Alternatives-Cameroun, Association for the Defense of Gays and Lesbians (ADEFHO), the Cameroonian Foundation for AIDS (CAMFAIDS), and Human Rights Watch -- found that at least 28 people have been prosecuted for same-sex conduct in Cameroon since 2010. Most cases are marked by grave human rights violations, including torture, forced confessions, denial of access to legal counsel, and discriminatory treatment by law enforcement and judicial officials.
https://wn.com/Cameroon_Abuses_In_'Homosexuality'_Prosecutions
DOUALA   MARCHE DES FLEURS TO DOUALA AIRPORT

DOUALA MARCHE DES FLEURS TO DOUALA AIRPORT

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FFG CAMEROON 2017 ANNUAL PARTY OK

FFG CAMEROON 2017 ANNUAL PARTY OK

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Human rights abuse and trophy hunting in Cameroon

Human rights abuse and trophy hunting in Cameroon

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An elephant-hunting safari operation jointly owned by French billionaire Baron Benjamin de Rothschild has been implicated in human rights abuses – including illegal evictions and torture – against local Baka “Pygmies” and their neighbors. Click here to find out more and take action: http://www.survivalinternational.org/emails/baka-trophy-hunting This is not an isolated incident. Across Africa, tribal people are accused of “poaching” because they hunt to feed their families. And they face arrest and beatings, torture and death, while big game trophy hunters are encouraged. Survival International is leading the fight against these abuses.
https://wn.com/Human_Rights_Abuse_And_Trophy_Hunting_In_Cameroon
ICT univerty Cameroon ENGL

ICT univerty Cameroon ENGL

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This documentary ICT Universty CAMEROON, presnts a higher education institution specializing in ICT, located in the capital of Cameroon in Yaounde area Etoug Ebe 's.
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Father Wilfred of West Cameroon

Father Wilfred of West Cameroon

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Young priest explained his grievances about the oppressor La Republic of Cameroon.
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Attending a wedding with my sister here in Yaoundé

Attending a wedding with my sister here in Yaoundé

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So we were invited for a wedding by a friend of ours. We had some difficulties locating the place but we made it finally. Just to give a glimpse of what a wedding is here in Cameroon.
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AP & Generalis: Berlin  Business Legal Services | آبش‌احمد | پلیس - یک صالح جابری مسجد |

AP & Generalis: Berlin Business Legal Services | آبش‌احمد | پلیس - یک صالح جابری مسجد |

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+98 21 444 60579 https://www.alibaba.com/showroom/attorney-briefcase.html Izadi Law Firm established on 1978 in Tehran, Iran . more than 10 Lawyers associating with Izadi Law from in Tehran and other cities of Iran under supervision of the senior Lawyer Dr. Bijan Izadi. This law firm is fully service Law firm which mostly providing legal services to the foreign and International..
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Cameroon Recovers Community From Boko Haram

Cameroon Recovers Community From Boko Haram

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Legal Notice: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode More Amazing News: http://www.gistonthis.com Cameroon has recorded a victory against Boko Haram as its troops have chased the terrorists out of a community that they had occupied for almost three weeks. The village of Ashigashia is on the nation’s border with Nigeria and has suffered from the spillover violence in Borno state. Thousands of Nigerians and Cameroonians are currently hiding away at a school in Kolofata. Reports had it last week that 480 Nigerian soldiers fled into Cameroon to escape Boko Haram and they also sought refuge in schools. The Cameroon Defense Minister, Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o told Voice of America that the situation in Ashigashia is stabilizing after a successful military offensive.
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Enoh Meyomesse (Suite) - "Le Cameroun N'est pas un Etat de Droit!" by Issa Nyaphaga.

Enoh Meyomesse (Suite) - "Le Cameroun N'est pas un Etat de Droit!" by Issa Nyaphaga.

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*- THANK YOU FOR NOT DOWNLOADING THIS VIDEO WITHOUT OUR PERMISSION! *- MERCI DE NE PAS TÉLÉCHARGER CETTE VIDÉO SANS NOTRE PERMISSION! Enoh Meyomesse was born in 1954 in Ebolowa, South cameroon. He's the most famous Cameroonian writer living in Cameroon, and just spent 40 months in prison of Kodengui, Yaoundé for his work and ideas. During is imprisonment, it was rough legal battles and international campaigns "FREE ENOH" materialized by walk protest of the Diasporas and the lobbying from organizations such as PEN International, CODE (London, Austria & Germany etc...) and other Human Rights Orgs. Thank you all for not letting Enoh forgotten. Special thanks to Berline Domou, Patrice Nganang - Michel Togué and Frank Beal for making this testimony possible.
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Workshop on Legal and Policity Frameworks for the Information Society in West Africa

Workshop on Legal and Policity Frameworks for the Information Society in West Africa

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Saly (Senegal), Teranga Hotel et Villas, 11 13 March 2009. Awareness-raising and dialogue workshop to raise awareness and promote multi-stakeholder discussion on key issues of the information society legal framework in West Africa, in order to contribute to the strengthening of national and regional processes in this area. One day was devoted to West Africa and IGF. See http://blogs.haayo.org/westafict/ for further information.
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Robinson Djeukam Njinga Memorial

Robinson Djeukam Njinga Memorial

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On 19 August 2015 our dear friend and colleague, Robinson Djeukam Njinga, an environmental and social justice lawyer and activist in Cameroon, passed away suddenly in a hospital in Yaoundé. For more than 20 years Robinson was a leading advocate, combating illegal logging and promoting forest governance and community rights in Cameroon, as well as the entire Congo Basin region. He was a valued civil society actor in the African region and an active member of the African Community Rights Network (ACRN) since its creation in 2008. For a decade Robinson worked with the CED (Centre for Environmental Development) and trained the first cohort of young lawyers offering legal services directly to communities in Cameroon. As a legal expert he contributed greatly to legal reforms in the Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic. In 2011 he co-founded Green Development Advocates (GDA), an organisation focusing on social and economic rights in the Congo Basin, and remained its director. until the end. With his passing, Fern and many others working on forests, have lost an esteemed ally. Robinson’s warmth, dedication, engagement and professionalism will be in our memories forever. Our thoughts are with his wife, Rose, his children and his beloved friends and colleagues. To express condolences, please send a message to greendevadvocates@gmail.com.
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10 1 2017 More than 50+  Anglophones, Ambazonians, Southern Cameroon people massacred

10 1 2017 More than 50+ Anglophones, Ambazonians, Southern Cameroon people massacred

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Nowhere to escape - borders closed while they have been ambushed Internet shutdown previously. Cameroon Anglophone regions to shut Nigeria border over protests Reuters Staff 3 MIN READ YAOUNDE (Reuters) - The government of one of Cameroon’s Anglophone regions ordered its border with Nigeria closed this weekend in response to calls by activists for protests to demand more rights for the country’s English-speaking minority. The move on Thursday represents an escalation in a crackdown on months of protest spurred by complaints about political and economic discrimination in the Anglophone regions of the predominantly Francophone country. Security forces killed six protesters and arrested hundreds of others following calls for reforms by lawyers and teachers last year, and the internet was shut down in Anglophone regions from January to April. The Anglophone regions have strong ties to eastern Nigeria, and authorities may fear that allowing the border to remain open during protests offers the demonstrators a rear base and makes it harder to maintain order. Anglophone activists have called for renewed protest on Sunday after thousands took to the streets last week, with some hoisting separatist flags. In a statement, Southwest region’s governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, said the border would be closed from 9 p.m. (2000 GMT) Friday until 7 a.m. Monday “following persistent threats of destabilization through manipulation by individuals acting from outside the national territory.” The order also banned inter-city transportation, gatherings of more than four people in public locations and all port activity during that same period. It was not clear whether similar restrictions would be imposed in Northwest, Cameroon’s other Anglophone region. The unrest has presented a fresh challenge to the government of President Paul Biya, which has faced international criticism for its response to the demonstrations. In a statement on Thursday, a U.N. spokesman said Secretary-General Antonio Guterres was deeply concerned about tensions ahead of Sunday’s demonstrations and urged the government to address the grievances of English speakers. “The Secretary-General supports upholding the unity and territorial integrity of Cameroon and urges all parties to refrain from acts that could lead to an escalation of tension and violence,” the statement said. The country’s linguistic divide harks back to the end of World War One, when the League of Nations divided the former German colony of Kamerun between the allied French and British victors. After independence in 1960, the English-speaking part opted to join French Cameroon instead of Nigeria.
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COMPARSA YAOUNDE 2012 BANDA 2

COMPARSA YAOUNDE 2012 BANDA 2

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Cameroon's president orders end to prosecution of Anglophone leaders

Cameroon's president orders end to prosecution of Anglophone leaders

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Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN In this edition: Cameroon's President Paul Biya orders an end to legal proceedings against three Anglophone protest leaders; Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari leads his first cabinet meeting for five months; and half a million Africans descend upon Mecca for the traditional hajj pilgrimage. Cameroon's President Paul Biya orders an end to legal proceedings against three so-called "Anglophone leaders" who were arrested last December over turmoil in the country's northwest and southwest regions. We cross live to our correspondent for the latest. Also, Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has led his first cabinet meeting for five months, following a lengthy stay in London for medical treatment. But there's growing speculation over his health. We bring you analysis with our Nigeria correspondent. And almost two million Muslims descend upon Mecca this year for the traditional hajj pilgrimage. Half a million have made the trip from the African continent. For many, it's the journey of a lifetime. http://www.france24.com/en/taxonomy/emission/20464 Visit our website: http://www.france24.com Subscribe to our YouTube channel: http://f24.my/youtubeEN Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.English Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/France24_en
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Comrade Tassang goes on the offensive in Legal Battle for Restoration of SC/Ambazonia Statehood

Comrade Tassang goes on the offensive in Legal Battle for Restoration of SC/Ambazonia Statehood

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Is Marijuana Legal In Cameroon

Is Marijuana Legal In Cameroon

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Cameroon's president (Paul Biya) orders Pentecostal churches closed

Cameroon's president (Paul Biya) orders Pentecostal churches closed

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http://www.africtoday.com Yaounde, Cameroon (CNN) -- Cameroon's President Paul Biya has ordered the closure of nearly 100 Christian churches in key cities, citing criminal practices organized by Pentecostal pastors that threaten the security of the West African nation. But Pentecostal pastors said the move is evidence of Biya's insecurity about the churches' criticism of the government. Biya is using the military to permanently shut down all Pentecostal church denominations in the nation's capital, Yaounde, and the North West Regional capital, Bamenda, which have the largest Christian populations in Cameroon. More than 50 churches have now been closed, with the government targeting nearly 100 in eight other regions. "We will get rid of all the so-called Christian Pentecostal pastors who misuse the name of Jesus Christ to fake miracles and kill citizens in their churches. They have outstretched their liberty," Mbu Anthony Lang, a government official in Bamenda, told CNN Wednesday. Nearly 500 Pentecostal churches operate in Cameroon, but fewer than 50 are legal, he added. On Sunday, a 9-year-old Christian girl collapsed and died during a prayer session in Winners' Chapel, a Pentecostal church in Bamenda. The girl's mother, Mih Theresa, told CNN Wednesday that the pastor intended to cast out the numerous demons that were in control of her daughter's life. "I want the government to stop these pastors who use mysterious powers to pull Christians and kill then for more powers. All my children have ran away from the Catholic Church in search for miracles, signs and wonders," she told CNN while holding back tears. Another Christian, Mveng Thomas, said his marriage ended abruptly when a Pentecostal pastor ordered his wife to dissolve their union. He said the pastor described him as "an unrepentant devil." Pastors marched against the government's decision Wednesday in Bamenda and Douala. Pastors said the Biya government sees the mass proliferation of churches as a threat. Boniface Tum, a bishop of the Christian Church of God in Yaounde, said that Biya, who has been president since 1982, is becoming insecure about the freedom of speech within these churches. "Authorizing only the Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist, Muslim, and a few other churches, is a strict violation of the right to religion," Tum added. Targeted Pentecostal Christians in Bamenda are transforming their private homes into churches. North West Regional governor Adolphe Lele L'Afrique said Wednesday that police had discovered the abduction of 30 children under age 18 by a pastor in Bamenda. The pastor said he wanted to remove the children from a bad society, Lele added. Government officials also say that some pastors convince congregants that they do not need professional medical treatment for their ailments. "How can a pastor say the sick needs no medical doctor? We need sanity in our Christian lives," Nyang Blaise, a youth leader for Biya's ruling party, CPDM, told CNN. One woman said her mother was refusing cancer treatments because of her pastor. "My mother's condition is worsening after doctors confirmed she had cancer. She is dying silently, and yet we cannot persuade her to see a doctor for proper treatment, against her pastor's wish," Deborah Tanyi said.
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Cameroon concord interviews Professor Titus Edzoa Vol 2 mp4

Cameroon concord interviews Professor Titus Edzoa Vol 2 mp4

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Prof. Titus Edzoa, leader of the progressive wing of the ruling Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement, an organization dedicated to protesting the Cameroon's government’s policy of legalizing corruption was released in Yaounde after 17 year in prison. Believing that non-violent measures would be successful, Edzoa and a host of other former barons of the ruling CPDM party intend to challenge the Biya government in the 2018 presidential elections. Titus Edzoa was arrested and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was convicted a second time for corruption. He received another 20 years sentence and was held at the National Gendarmerie Headquarters in Yaounde. On the notorious Gendarmarie Headquarters in Yaounde,Prof Titus Edzoa lived in a tiny cell, received meager rations and performed hard labor like the Great Nelson Mandela. The Cameroonian people now believe that his 17 years in prison became the crucible which transformed him. Through his intelligence as a Professor of Medicine, charm and dignified defiance, Edzoa intends to assume the Cameroonian leadership and bring about the intensive and productive change badly required in Cameroon. Many senior Cameroonian elite including the leader of the main opposition party, Ni John Fru Ndi, led an international movement to free Edzoa. Many countries including the United Nations stated that he was a political prisoner. The Cameroonian dictator offered to release Edzoa, who had been moved from Komdengui Central Prison in Yaounde to the National Gendarmerie Headquarters on the condition that he renounced revealing secrets of the ruling CPDM hegemony. Edzoa, like Nelson Mandela refused, saying, “Prisoners cannot enter into contracts. Only free men can negotiate.” In France, Hollande became president and began to dismantle the policies of President Biya's victimization policies and pressed for the release Prof. Titus Edzoa. Edzoa was realeased after 17 years in prison. In this exclusive interview with Cameroon Concord's Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai, Edzoa believes now is the time to intensify the struggle on all fronts. Edzoa says to relax our efforts now would be a mistake which generations to come will not able to forgive.
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Cameroon concord interviews Professor Titus Edzoa Vol 1

Cameroon concord interviews Professor Titus Edzoa Vol 1

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Prof. Titus Edzoa, leader of the progressive wing of the ruling Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement, an organization dedicated to protesting the Cameroon's government’s policy of legalizing corruption was released in Yaounde after 17 year in prison. Believing that non-violent measures would be successful, Edzoa and a host of other former barons of the ruling CPDM party intend to challenge the Biya government in the 2018 presidential elections. Titus Edzoa was arrested and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was convicted a second time for corruption. He received another 20 years sentence and was held at the National Gendarmerie Headquarters in Yaounde. On the notorious Gendarmarie Headquarters in Yaounde,Prof Titus Edzoa lived in a tiny cell, received meager rations and performed hard labor like the Great Nelson Mandela. The Cameroonian people now believe that his 17 years in prison became the crucible which transformed him. Through his intelligence as a Professor of Medicine, charm and dignified defiance, Edzoa intends to assume the Cameroonian leadership and bring about the intensive and productive change badly required in Cameroon. Many senior Cameroonian elite including the leader of the main opposition party, Ni John Fru Ndi, led an international movement to free Edzoa. Many countries including the United Nations stated that he was a political prisoner. The Cameroonian dictator offered to release Edzoa, who had been moved from Komdengui Central Prison in Yaounde to the National Gendarmerie Headquarters on the condition that he renounced revealing secrets of the ruling CPDM hegemony. Edzoa, like Nelson Mandela refused, saying, “Prisoners cannot enter into contracts. Only free men can negotiate.” In France, Hollande became president and began to dismantle the policies of President Biya's victimization policies and pressed for the release Prof. Titus Edzoa. Edzoa was realeased after 17 years in prison. In this exclusive interview with Cameroon Concord's Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai, Edzoa believes now is the time to intensify the struggle on all fronts. Edzoa says to relax our efforts now would be a mistake which generations to come will not able to forgive.
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Cameroonian Pro Gay Rights Activist Eric Lembembe Killed

Cameroonian Pro Gay Rights Activist Eric Lembembe Killed

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Prominent Cameroonian gay rights activist and journalist Eric Lembembe has been killed in the capital, Yaounde, a rights group says. Mr Lembembe's neck and feet appeared to have been broken and his face, hands, and feet burned with an iron, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said. The cause of the killing is not known, but Mr Lembembe is the latest activist to be targeted in Cameroon, it added. Homosexual acts are illegal in socially conservative Cameroon. 'Death threats' "The police should not rest until the perpetrators of this horrific crime are brought to justice. President Biya should break his silence on the wave of homophobic violence in Cameroon and publicly condemn this brutal attack," said HRW researcher Neela Ghoshal in a statement. Mr Lembembe, the executive director of the Cameroonian Foundation for Aids, was a courageous activist who campaigned for equal rights, despite severe discrimination and violence, HRW said. His friends discovered his body at his home in Yaounde on Monday, after being unable to reach him by phone for two days, it said. HRW said that in other suspected homophobic attacks: the headquarters of Alternatives-Cameroun, a non-governmental organisation which provides HIV services, was burned down on 26 June in the commercial capital, Douala the Yaounde office of human rights lawyer Michel Togue, who represents clients charged with same-sex conduct, was burgled and his legal files and laptop stolen Mr Togue and Alice Nkom, another lawyer who represents gay and lesbian people, have received repeated death threats by email and SMS, including threats to kill their children. Cameroonian police have not apprehended a single suspect, although activists have reported all the incidents, HRW said. In December, a Cameroon appeals court upheld the sentencing to 36 months in prison of Roger Jean-Claude Mbede under anti-gay legislation. His lawyer said he was sentenced simply for sending a text to someone to say he loved him. In January, the appeals court overturned the conviction of two men jailed in 2011 for homosexual acts. Homosexual acts are illegal in many African countries - including Uganda, which is considering imposing harsher penalties. The US and European Union (EU) have threatened to cut aid to countries that fail to repeal legislation that outlaws homosexual acts.
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SAM_1358.flvCAMEROON: Barrister Elad Ekontang Sues for National Dialogue on Anglophone Issue

SAM_1358.flvCAMEROON: Barrister Elad Ekontang Sues for National Dialogue on Anglophone Issue

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About two weeks after an interview with me in which Honorable Ayah Paul Abine said he has not seen any document that materialises the reunification of East and West Cameroon as of October 1, 1961, I was surprised to read yesterday in a rival private newspaper in Cameroon to The Post newspaper where my interview was published, what could be called a rebuttal or a rejoinder from Dr. Nfor Susungi, claiming the contrary that there is something that may pass for a legal instrument. Dr. Susungi states that the memorandum of understanding that may have been signed between Ahidjo, Asale and Foncha in Yaounde in the foreshadow of the actually reunification is the document, even though he refers to it in the legally unbinding term of a communique. After reading the very unsettling, controversial Dr. Susungi piece in the most recent issue of Eden newspaper, which copy is not presently in my possession for the sake of referencing, I hurried up to any Anglophone of no small knowlwdge of Cameroon History and legal finesse, to help clear my doubts, as to who is wrong and who is right on this all-important matter of binding document. Ekontang Elad, this learned man of law with a proud intellectual record of the very prestigious Boston University erudite mind and with a sound record in the defense of the anglophone cause in Cameroon since the days of the "Three Mosquetaires" (Elad-Anyangwe-Munze) when the constitution of the land was being tinkered with in Yaounde in the early 1990s, under Joseph Owona, then Secretary General at the Presidency, is the personality to whose office I ran for a rebuttal of this Susungi rebuttal; and he did just that here with some good dose of finality. Apart from this issue of the heart, the anglophone minority suffering in Cameroon, I also invited some legal insight on burning issues of the land as of the hour like Marafa and Inoni arrests. He also rose to the occasion to side with those in the republic who are calling for the changing of the old guards in national and even party politics so as to give the nation and its youth a better chance of cultivating a better sight and stake for the future.
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