Thursday, 16 February 2017

Confusion in the House: The Southern Cameroon crisis

The Bible says that a house that rises against itself is bound to collapse. We are witnessing that with the events that continue to unfold with the recent crisis in our land.

After the arrest of the true and legitimate leaders of the consortium, it has been paramount for these faint hearted power mongers who could not resist the resistance till its tail end to now scramble over the remnants of leftover authority.


While one of them has achieved in his pre-planed trip to seek political refuge in the USA, the other is still caught within the boundaries of Cameroon and now acting like the famous Sheku (leader of the Boko Haram terrorist movement) of Nigeria, recording video messages with a missing story line to keep his followership.

It’s a pity to watch his recorded videos showing a man with a faint heart and an archaic agenda try to sway the crowd with old news. As they continue to lose followers, they struggle to spread propaganda as a means to sway the crowd in attempts to feed their egoistic tendencies.

At the same time, the former is in the USA and has created a new body of the Consortium, which tactfully discards the baby boys who have done their utmost best in temporary hijacking the show thereby putting a slow or stop to their plans of using this to raise funds to sustain their livelihoods in respective hoodlums.

With so much desperation, the baby boys are going back to the nursery rhyme books to find new ideas to regain their popularity, which is fast sinking like magma in an ocean. Groups like SCNC and MORisc based in the USA are running helter-skelter finding ways to sustain investments they had made until this moment. Their Ambazonian TV station is in desperate need of volunteers and contributes and with no inflows, they have resulted to becoming worst than CRTV and spreading old news, old songs and outdated jokes.

The spread of fake news has become the norm especially by the baby boys. The edit button and photoshop capability is continuously being used to edit and revise news after they come under pressure from their supporters who are tired of the lies they have spread up till this moment.

It is clear that they are losing to lead the struggle. This is why we miss the true leaders of the consortium and a reminder to them that your father’s shoes will never fit you no matter how you grow to look like your father.

They have lost the mission and the so called multiple leaders now have a faded agenda. One will think the only reason they are still promoting this is so they can collect sympathy contributions from its diaspora network who are still flattered by the unverified rants they preach in their respective community meetings.

We are watching the beginning of the end. The end, which had never begun but like amateurs, they always make the mistake of calling victory before the start of the journey. Just like Biya positioned his game plan, they are now knocking against each other shamelessly and wishing they had listened to some grey heads who gave them advise in the beginning.

It is never too late to count your losses, replan and regroup else bitter days await you all. The struggle for Southern Cameroon shall be won but not with ego filled amateurs who refuse to take advice from their experienced elders.

We, the silent majority, we will stand as one and only so, shall we overcome this struggle in a meaningful way.


32 comments:

  1. Lol i wish They cld be humble enough to réalisé their mistakes n replan

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  2. Clever thoughts. But an opinion without a name to attribute to, is not an opinion.

    Who said: what, where, why, how?

    Typical Cameroonian (chicken heart). Hide at the back and try to undermine those who have made an effort and put their names forward.

    The Southern Cameroon struggle is by the youths and if they fail, they still have time to pick up. Unlike "some" grey heads.


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    1. Thank you Tah George. That person aint gat no balls.

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  3. See how many people read your blog and see how many people respect the ghost town.then u will know u are at the wrong side and u have no money also.because Tchiroma gave u a couple of thousands frs does not mean u will join us one day

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    1. I support her n many people do just that can't see

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  4. It will not work . You will failed take all the bribes and pour nonesense online right ups, you will not succeed.How much did they pay you for this nonesense you just wrote?

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  5. WE LEAVE U ONLY TO AIDS NO SE TAKE ANTI RETROVIRALS IDIOT

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  6. Hahaha this article is great!!!!

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  7. You talk exellently with words but your empty in every aspect. It is only a fool who will die in hunger just because he thinks silence will bring him food instead of speaking out and asking. You're of no use no even to LRPC and definitely not for southern cameroon

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  8. If you are better than them come out of your great anonymous nest and contribute to the struggle. It seems you have good ideas. But why are you hiding behind the great anonymous. Chicken hearted great anonymous. I am sure those boys you are referring to are either your mates or younger than you. Even if they fail they are far braver than a chicken hearted anonymous writer. Come out and speak in public. Toothless bull dog.

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  9. The struggle continues

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  10. Shame on you for coming here and spew such vitriol to your fellow comrades, irrespective of your differences. This is not the time for such immaturity. Grow up and be more diplomatic, if they are or have made mistakes it is not for the entire world to know. Our enemies are watching and can use this against us. Let me use this opportunity to remind you that this is a course for all southern Cameroonians, not for an individual non elected group of people. As such we must learn to treat each other with utmost respect and acknowledgement, whether they agree or disagree with the popular ideology. Please I commend you to start respecting everyone who is supporting this movement, God knows we are gonna need every help we can get in order to be successful.

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  11. Great work kiki I must confess the article mellows in my heart.it comes like a picture and there after i start asking my self so many questions.

    If man must succeed then man must not be afraid to fail.

    If there is a majority who are silent pending to enjoy victory when it comes then I must say with confidence that only a fool will appreciate a walking coward over a death hero.

    Coming back to the struggle.'Ohhhh this struggle'in every war there are tactics an in a none violent struggle of this nature and having a majority who sits quite garnished by a compound fool like your very self who will stop at nothing to bring this to jeopardy propaganda must set in where need be.

    Leadership and followers are like trust and believe and until the end come to and end this struggle is doing just fine.

    Blog's hahahahaha blogging what is blogging? Why do people blog? Give your self the quiz.

    Change change change we were taught in school change is constant but I ask what kind of is really constant.That I was born in the 80's and till date I have the same bad dream of a man in black suite taking from me a loaf of bread and seeing his hands so full just to look up is MR.Biya.

    History my history your history just the same thing over and over history with no story only for one man been in power until he dies and as the living must grant the wishes of the death he requested to stay in power even in death.

    That brings us back to soul plane.life is short and the understanding of spiritual laws is limit to a very few so your experience should not be limit to this plane.

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  12. Total bullshit, what have you contributed to this struggle author anonymous? Don't just sit back and criticize someone who's working his ass off every single day for this struggle ok MF.

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  13. Baby boys hahaahahahhahahahahahahaah

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  14. Looks like Kinnaka has now resorted to propaganda. Time to quit wasting my precious time on lies.

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  15. The question is why hiding? Come out and do show your courageous face then I will say you do got testicle ok. I know you are an impostor but God will unmask you one day and your unglazed face will be in the light.

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  16. Who is this great anonymous. If you value your write up, please attach a name. Am proud of Tapang Ivo and Mark Bara. They don't hide in the shadows. They undertook tasks beyond their years but have rose up to the occasion. That's leadership. I don't want to Call you out but opinions like this has no place. It's a free world, be as courageous as those you label "boys" and made your self known so you will be accounted for.

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  17. They didnt pay you to claim anonymous. You better come out clear or bring back the money or Paul will send you to Kondengui.

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  18. Ridiculous posting with high sounding words. The easiest thing to do is to criticise and blame others. To actually go out, do the work and show improvement in outcome measures is left for selected few.
    I am sure we will be better appreciated when we support more and do in-house criticisms. This playing-out-of-the-pitch game is the remit of inferior minds.

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  19. A bastardized rant from a disingenuous blogger. Kinaka, shut up that cave of yours. All indicators attest to the fact that the struggle is on course and doing just fine opinions such as yours notwithstanding.
    Sammy Arrey-Mbi

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  20. Write-ups characteristic of distractors and pessimists, always ashamed of their very negative integrities... Hollow minds, clotted hearts and a twisted membranes spreads rumours of failure and fear. Learn to let time unveil it self, nothing of this magnitude comes and go without a positive impact no matter how small... What counts most in the prevailing situation in this nation is the ultimate will of God.. Everything that happens on the surface of the earth, does for a reason, let watch and see, stay jotting down your notes..

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  21. Kiki a friend to Vicky took bribe from the government to water down the energy, unity among the youths.
    Vicky Fokala the mad girl mainv so much noise on facebook is of the GREAT ANONYMOUS Article writers. SHAME!!!
    When Fokala took her share of the bribe, she made her last post on facebook declaring she's going apolitical. This was a girl that pretentiously cry on videos because of this struggle.
    I wonder why Kiki and friend haven't recognized they are threading on rough grounds and they failing big!

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  22. This anonymous writer has got nothing to say and is a coward. What has he done for the cause? Nothing. Zero. Anyone, even a primary school child, can sit behind anonymity and write trash.

    May be he is a paid agent from the Biya's failed regime who has been recruited to sow discourse. The goals for the Anglophone are bigger than any individual. The tactics may be different but as long as everyone is aligned on the goals, all will be well.

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  23. This anonymous writer has got nothing to say and is a coward. What has he done for the cause? Nothing. Zero. Anyone, even a primary school child, can sit behind anonymity and write trash.

    May be he is a paid agent from the Biya's failed regime who has been recruited to sow discourse. The goals for the Anglophone are bigger than any individual. The tactics may be different but as long as everyone is aligned on the goals, all will be well.

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  24. My dear Kiki don't mind all these blood suckers that a leading people's children into the drain
    Please keep telling us the truth cos there have been alot of lies and unreported information from the both side of these struggle
    So we need to know the truth

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  25. I wonder what their so called ambazonia will look like. Full of a lot of drama, the spread of manipulated information, no freedom of speech only their "leaders" have a say, u try to opose n point out mistakes u r labelled a traitor. Seriously lets rethink.

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  26. it thrills me to say but i guess if you have a bold point to state to a people that you care about be you grey or dark haired, its as easy as saying your mind with the boldness of a name and no anonymous. if you know your points about the struggle are legit, why not come up clean and suggest rather than staying at the back and claiming to fight while you pop up and insults youths doing their utmost best to secure a place for them and a generation that seeks to survive in trying moments. as others have earlier said, your words may be eloquent but baseless here. #the strugglecontinues

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  27. chaiiiiiiiii u get words yaaaa

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