WCA Press Release-005 | 30/01/2017

WCA Press Release-005 | 30/01/2017 Dear 'Anglophone Elites' of the South West and North West regions of La République du Cameroun (LRC), We read from Cameroon Tribune edition of January 4, 2017, your call for the ongoing strike actions and ghost towns taking place in West Cameroon to be called off. We are [...]

2017-01-30T20:02:25+00:00 January 30th, 2017|Anglophone Problem, News, WCA Press Releases|Comments Off on WCA Press Release-005 | 30/01/2017

The offsprings of Aujooulat and the genocide of the Southern Cameroons

By Chief Charles A. Taku Never again, was the solemn pledge that the civilized world made to humanity after the genocide of the Jews in the Second World War that shocked the conscience of humanity. That pledge did not stop France which was humiliated during the Second World War and the collective madness that [...]

2017-01-22T20:34:03+00:00 January 22nd, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on The offsprings of Aujooulat and the genocide of the Southern Cameroons

WCA Press Release 003 18/01/2017

WCA Press Release-003 | 18/01/2017 The West Cameroon Association (WCA) condemns in the strongest possible terms, the arrest of the leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC) – Barrister Dr. Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla, Dr Neba Fontem and others including Dr. Michael Boyo and Mr. Kah Afumbom yesterday in Buea. We [...]

2017-01-20T20:43:56+00:00 January 18th, 2017|Uncategorized, WCA Press Releases|Comments Off on WCA Press Release 003 18/01/2017

WCA Press Release 002 – 13/01/2017

WCA REITERATES CALL FOR PAUL BIYA TO HONOUR PLEDGE FOR FRANK TALKS WCA REITERATES CALL FOR PAUL BIYA TO HONOUR PLEDGE FOR FRANK TALKS The West Cameroon Association (WCA) is a collective of English speaking Cameroonians living in Cameroon and the Diaspora. We have taken note of random press and social media reports [...]

2017-01-20T20:49:54+00:00 January 13th, 2017|Uncategorized, WCA Press Releases|Comments Off on WCA Press Release 002 – 13/01/2017

The ONE and INDIVISIBLE Cameroon

On the 31st of December, 2016, the Head of State, President Paul Biya – said Cameroon is “ONE and INDIVISIBLE” and then respectfully asked if he could to repeat this twice in his end of year speech. We the people of West Cameroon whole-heartedly agree with the President, and we want to even repeat [...]

2017-01-06T17:51:17+00:00 January 1st, 2017|Anglophone Problem, Currently Trending, Politics & Governance, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The ONE and INDIVISIBLE Cameroon

Invitation – Call to Action – Monday January 2nd 2017

Ordinary citizens in Cameroon live under one of the most brutal and corrupt regimes in the world today. With this in mind and in the light of what is currently going on in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon, we are calling on every Cameroonian of goodwill in Leicester, Leicestershire and the Midlands to join [...]

2016-12-30T15:08:51+00:00 December 29th, 2016|Civil Society, Currently Trending, History & Culture, News, Politics & Governance|Comments Off on Invitation – Call to Action – Monday January 2nd 2017

Memorandum from Cameroonian Bishops to President Paul Biya – December 2016

Memorandum Presented to the Head of State, His Excellency President Paul Biya, by the Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda on the Current Situation of Unrest in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon. Your Excellency, For almost one month now there has been a series of unrests and violence in some towns [...]

2017-01-02T14:23:17+00:00 December 28th, 2016|Civil Society, Currently Trending, Economy & Finance, History & Culture, News, Perspectives, Politics & Governance, Press Releases|Comments Off on Memorandum from Cameroonian Bishops to President Paul Biya – December 2016

The Anglophone Problem – Frequently Asked Questions

1. Q: What is the Anglophone problem in a simple sentence? A: The Pre-meditated and systematic erosion of the Anglo-Saxon heritage (Language, Culture, Values) and systems (Political, Education, Common Law) in West Cameroon since independence by La Repubique du Cameroun (LRC), that has severely disadvantaged the people of West Cameroon. 2. Q: What [...]

2017-01-06T11:45:21+00:00 December 10th, 2016|Anglophone Problem, Civil Society, Economy & Finance, History & Culture, Industry & Transport, News, Politics & Governance, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Anglophone Problem – Frequently Asked Questions