News related to Ambazonia

Apr 11, 2018

Ambazonia: Francophones and Anglophones to Protest in Yaoundé against Violence and Oppression in Southern Cameroons

The article below was originally published by Journal du Cameroun The Anglophone Crisis seems to have taken a different twist as a memorandum signed by some disgruntled individuals, planning mass protest on the streets of the nation’s capital; Yaoundé has gone viral on the social media. In the memorandum, the activists swore to “make Yaoundé one of the strongholds of the...

Apr 11, 2018

Ambazonia: Francophones and Anglophones to Protest...

As a result of the violence and oppression in the Anglophone part of the country, particularly towards the Southern Cameroons, activists plan to bring light to this struggle through the organisation of...

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Mar 28, 2018

UNPO Welcomes Its Newest Member: Southern Cam...

More information will follow on the Southern Cameroons Member profile soon. The State of Ambazonia is a republic in Western-Central Africa and makes up an area of 43,000 km2 with approximately...

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Mar 26, 2018

Ambazonia: Nigeria Hands over 47 Asylum-seekers...

The article below was published by UNHCHR UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, has learned with great concern of the forced return by Nigeria of 47 Cameroonians, who were handed over to the Cameroonian...

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Jan 11, 2018

Update: UNPO Deeply Condemns the Violence in the...

The State of Ambazonia, also formerly known as British Southern Cameroons, makes up around 15% of the Cameroon population and is predominantly English speaking. Since their independence from Britain, they...

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Nov 30, 2012

Southern Cameroons: ID Cards And Currency To Be...

Below is an article published in Punch Nigeria: The Southern Cameroons National Council has announced plans to introduce identity cards, currency and treasury bills for Bakassi and other areas in the...

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Mar 12, 2008

Southern Cameroons: Keeping The Troops Busy

Once again a distant government resorts to violence in the wake of price hikes, unresolved national inequalities, and a disregard for human rights. Below is an excerpt of a press release released...

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Dec 21, 2007

Southern Cameroons: Reality Recognised

The judge in the case against Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) Vice-Chairman Nfor Ngala Nfor, and other SCNC members arrested at a press conference on 20 January 2007, has thrown the...

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Dec 12, 2007

Southern Cameroons: Charges Dropped

After much postponements and disruptions in the case if Mr. Nfor Ngala Nfor, the charges held against him were dropped putting an end to a long year of tribunal adjournments. The Hague, 10 December...

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Apr 26, 2007

Southern Cameroons: Coordination Conference

The United Nations Trust Territory of the Southern Cameroons under United Kingdom Administration (UNTTSCUKA) has recently convened a conference to discuss issues relating to Southern Cameroons. At the...

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Jan 24, 2007

UNPO Appeal Follows Mass Arrest

UNPO has made extensive appeals for the immediate and unconditional release of all those detained, and for the protection of their right to continue activities in peaceful pursuit of human rights for...

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Dec 04, 2006

Southern Cameroons: Another Death upon Impri...

On 28 November 2006 Southern Cameroonian activist Philip Tete passed away, following prolonged detention under severe conditions in prison. A victim of “prolonged torture, trauma, lack of medical...

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Oct 04, 2006

Southern Cameroons: Armed Forces and Security...

Below is an article, as reported to UNPO, issued following the targeting of the family of Mr Nfor Ngala Nfor leader of the SCNC and the event that occurred on the 29 September 2006: "Early yesterday...

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