On the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, a viral video has circulated showing Cameroonian military burning down homes of villagers in the south western village of Munyenge. A soldier with a blue helmet was spotted among those who carried out the act.
The abolition of the federal system in Cameroon which took effect in 1972 through a pseudo-referendum organized by president Ahidjo did not come about abruptly. Ahidjo with the help of French political and constitutional experts took systematic steps to slowly but surely eradicate any iota of Anglo-Saxon system of governance in a French prone colony.
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Scholars have very much critiqued international bodies for their bureau pathologized systems in preventing, managing, and resolving world problems and the HRW is not an exception.
The year 2017 brought jaw breaking political surprise to the peoples on the continent. Yahya Jammey’s sit tight to power in the Gambia was successfully overpowered by the people will and external pressure, Zimbabweans gave a new definition to celebration as old man Mugabe finally succumbed to step down, central African giant Cameroon witnessed a landmark political uprising in the two English speaking regions in which activists now refer to as Ambazonia a separate nation
Considering the insecurity rocking the territorial delimitation of Cameroon: from Boko Haram in the Far North to the Anglophone separatists in the North and South West regions, the government of Cameroon has opted to allocate the sum of 124,212 billion FCFA as the military expenditure for 2018.
“And this is what causes the regime to restrict internet access, tear down satellite dishes, shoot and kill unarmed university students and imprison political reformers”. click more to watch him speak
I am a diehard lover of African music and the trending genre in African music right now is Afrobeat. Studying the recent development in the music industry as from 2012, I have decided to do a critical analysis of the top 5 leading countries in Afrobeats.