Southern Cameroons is at war, building the next state will take honesty
By Bovet Maloba
After six decades of subjugation from FrancAfrique and Cameroun, the people of Southern Cameroons you can call them Ambazonians have finally been emancipated from mental slavery. Today, 90% of Ambazonians are celebrating their independence by parading their beautiful flags everywhere. In most sporting events around the globe, you will see Ambazonian contenders parading their beautiful white and blue flags. Ambazonians were overwhelmed with joy a couple of days ago in Germany when the greatest Pan Africanist of our time Professor Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba popularly known as PLO Lumumba recognized Ambazonia in an African cultural event in front of a massive crowd of Africans and Europeans.
It’s been a long struggle which reached its apex in 2016, between 2016 and today, Cameroun has burnt down about 208 Ambazonian villages, killed about 10.000 Ambazonians directly and indirectly, about 3 million internally displaced persons, about 150.000 refugees around the globe and about 4,000 Ambazonian prisoners. Through all these but we are still standing and we are already making suggestions for the future of our great Ambazonia.
What happens when we finally get to Buea? When we are there, Ambazonia contenders for the presidency should sign a Memorandum of understanding-MOU to visit Ambazonia hospitals when sick instead of foreign hospitals and that their children will attend Ambazonian schools instead of foreign schools. All ministers and government officials should sign a similar agreement if we truly want good schools and hospitals in Ambazonia.
We don’t want another Cameroun situation where leaders will neglect local health structures and run abroad for superior health services. Ambazonians and their leaders must receive similar health services, the same holds for education, no leader will send their children abroad for education if it’s not scholarship. There will be a scholarship board to select the best students for foreign scholarships based on merit and not because you are from the elite class.
We must also introduce an equitable health insurance system in Ambazonia which will enable everyone to enjoy quality health care at anytime.