Gassy 0 182017-08-30 22:14
@ Aka Man Mboa
I acknowledge your courage to be humble. I guess all and sundry recognizes (except out of bad faith) that we Southern Cameroonians (and not anglophones) are hospitable people, respectful, and forgiving.
From the onset of this revolution, we expected the government (and not francophones) to acknowledge our plight, before looking for ways to solve them.
What did we get? Arrogance from the government. Tchirouma (il n'y pas des problèmes anglophones, Biya (le cameroun est un et indivisible, ce sont des terroristes, extrémistes, et tous Les noms d'oiseaux, etc), etc.
Biya did not sympathise with those raped in BUEA, maimed, killed, etc. Instead he congratulated the military.
Today again, he didn't make allusion to all who were incarcerated unjustly. NO REMORSE!
The heavy handedness of the government has failed, yet no humility.
We have always loved to stay with you guys, that's the reason our forefathers trusted you people.
But I'm afraid to say this time around, if the government is not ready to apologize to the Southern Cameroons for such a dehumanizing treatment for 56 years and counting, then we can only but bid farewell.