Organizing for Action is a movement of millions of Cameroonians

Organizing for Action is a movement of millions of Cameroonians

The long-simmering crisis in Cameroon’s English-speaking regions has taken a dangerous turn with small explosions targeting local security officials, even as ongoing protests become increasingly vociferous.

Renewed mass protests broke out early morning on Sept. 22, (Friday), in major towns and villages across the north west and south west. The aggrieved population took to the streets with placards, whistles and flags of Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia; a country they clamor to create when they secede from the present day Republic of Cameroon.

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My interview with speaker Innocent Fowung- The Star Newspaper Limbe

My interview with speaker Innocent Fowung- The Star Newspaper Limbe

My vision is for a Cameroon that will works for everyone not just the privileged few and the older generation that has no sympathy for youths. With the Cameroon Reformation Party, we will build a nation of equality where we will give our people the best chance to self-development. That means citizen will have the opportunity to bring out goals even with the little resources we have. We will keep our communities safe without bullying our citizens through the forces of law and order. Our officers will have to be trained in human right legislatures and social values including their job description to protect and safe the people. Our Women and children will be much more respected and given the opportunities for a social wealth fare system including professional education and funding which I think they badly need, Restoring a healthcare system that will reach even right to those in the most remote parts of the country [Mobile Medics] this will take us to a level of envy from the Africa Nations.