Breaking News : Strike May continue to December 2017 as Bamenda Meeting Enters a Deadlock : Live Pics attached !!!

Teachers Trade Union of -TAC, PEATTU,BATTU,CEWOTU,CATTU have demanded the inclusion of South West Representatives in the dialogue and the Released of all arrested Youths

Teachers Trade Union of -TAC, PEATTU,BATTU,CEWOTU,CATTU have demanded the inclusion of South West Representatives in the dialogue and the Released of all arrested Youths before on going talks will be meaningful. Minister of Higher education, Fame Ndongo who was not expected in the meeting also secretly in Bamenda , instruct governor to drive youths and Press away trying to monitor the meeting !!! The plot of government is to divide the trade Unions of Lawyers and Teachers alone north and South West Lines so as to exterminate the struggle: At best i spoke with at least one of the teachers trade union leaders prior to the said meeting and reiterate the position of Anglophones Youths. The attached live pictures from the ongoing dialogue show Francophone Ministers headed by Fame Ndongo seating on High tables while Anglophone Trade Union Leaders are in the pew being compel to call off strike. A source at Equinox preview with the ongoing meeting hinted me on some of the developments!!! There are indication the strike may continued to December 2017 culminating to a referendum for a Federal structure with La Republic or Southern Cameroon Independence !!! The struggle continues!!! Keep sharing !!! We stand together !!! Please Note that the Regime has block Tapong Ivo,and one of Mark Bara accounts for reporting on the struggle!!!

 

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Breaking News: North West Drivers and Traders Trade Unions Endorses the current strike action

As if the pressure being put on the government by the Teachers, lawyers wasn’t enough the traders and drivers have joined their fellow brothers and sisters.

As if the pressure being put on the government by the Teachers, lawyers wasn’t enough the traders and drivers of the North West Region have joined their fellow brothers and sisters.  North West Drivers and Traders Trade Unions Endorse the current strike action and call for a Federation as the only solution.

The teachers must be aware now that this is a people’s call. This may have possibly given them the strength to continue with their action. The president of Cameroon, His Excellency Paul Biya has signed a decree which according to him would remedy the current situation; to recruit 1000 bilingual teachers and a 2 billion grant disbursement  to private and public schools.

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Well a lot of people didn’t fall for it as they called it a scam. Below is an economic analysis of that decree which is actually funny but makes alot of sense;

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Tzy Panchak joins hands with Dr Sley and beseeches Southern Cameroonians to Stand up for their Rights in new song!

Tzy Panchak finally seeds to the pressure put on him by Southern Cameroonians and joins hands with Famous Raggae artist Dr Sley to support

Tzy Panchak finally seeds to the pressure put on him by Southern Cameroonians and joins hands with Famous Raggae artist Dr Sley to support Southern Cameroonians in their struggle in a new song titled Stand Up For Your Right. He joins the people to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! He joins them to ask the government to stop violence and listen to the cry of the people. Listen and enjoy

Longue Longue sings in favour of Southern Cameroon!

Since the strike started some english speaking Cameroonians have been furious because artist

Since the strike started some english speaking Cameroonians have been furious because artist didn’t make statements about the issue. Little did they know Longue Longue was cooking something up. Longue longue sings in favour of Southern Cameroon not just for federalism but for total independence. He potrays through this song that he feels the pain the people feel and that he stands with them. Listen and enjoy!

The United States react to the current ongoing civil unrest in Cameroon

For a while now North West and South West Regions of Cameroon launched a peaceful strike to let the government know they weren’t happy about the way they the minority were being treated. The Law enforcement forces in the country who are suppose to be protecting the civilians took the streets of Bamenda

For a while now North West and South West Regions of Cameroon launched a peaceful strike to let the government know they weren’t happy about the way they the minority were being treated. The Law enforcement forces in the country who are suppose to be protecting the civilians took the streets of Bamenda and eventually Buea to molest, brutalize and kill innocent civilians who were only speaking out for what is truly suppose to be their right. The went as far as breaking into student hostels and destroying their property as well as beating them blue-black. 237Xclusive got wind of the fact the a group of students where being detained and brutalized in Limbe for a crime unknown to all.

It is said that Cameroon is a country where freedom of speech is promoted. But with the recent happenings could we confidently say that is true? Finally the cry of thousands of people through social media was heard and John KirbyAssistant Secretary and Department Spokesperson, Bureau of Public Affairs of the United States issued a press statement yesterday November 28th, 2016 addressing the issue. John Kirby called for restraint over the violation of human rights and fundamental freedom. Will the Cameroon government heed to this appeal? Is the million dollar question everybody is asking. John wrote and I quote

Press Statement

John Kirby
Assistant Secretary and Department Spokesperson, Bureau of Public Affairs
Washington, DC
November 28, 2016

The United States is deeply concerned by the loss of life, injuries and damage as a result of protests that turned violent in Bamenda and Buea, the respective capitals of Cameroon’s Northwestern and Southwestern regions. We call on all parties to exercise restraint, refrain from further violence, and engage in dialogue for a peaceful resolution to the current protests.

The United States urges the Government of Cameroon to protect and defend human rights and fundamental freedoms, ensure that all voices are heard and respected, and preserve the guarantees enshrined in its constitution and international obligations. Apart from the events in Bamenda and Buea, we are also concerned over recent Cameroonian government actions to restrict free expression and peaceful assembly, including ten-year prison sentences for men who exchanged texts referencing Boko Haram and the arrest of 54 members of the opposition Cameroon People’s Party while they were peacefully conducting a party meeting.

The constitution of Cameroon guarantees freedoms of expression, association and peaceful assembly, and we believe that non-threatening rhetoric and activities – especially private conversations and gatherings – warrant neither prosecution nor government censure.

Source: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2016/11/264595.htm