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15 Things Southern Cameroons Lost Compared To a School Year



Losing a school year cannot be compared with all the economic losses Southern Cameroons has incurred at the hands of LRC.

Over the years financial and other establishments set up by the Government of the Southern Cameroons as well as private businesses by Southern Cameroons businessmen have all been purposefully and systematically snuffed out, therefore in saving the school year, we must save the state of Southern Cameroons itself to guarantee sustainability.

1) the Development Agency was destroyed;
2) the Cameroons Bank (CAMBANK) was moved to Republique du Cameroun, looted and then closed down;
3) the Marketing Board was looted and its financial reserves of
over 78 billion cfa francs (approx. USD160 million) misappropriated with impunity;
4) the Electricity Corporation (POWERCAM) was closed down, its assets confiscated and the hydro-electricity installations in the territory demolished;
5) the Cameroons Timber Company based in Muyuka was closed
down and its assets confiscated;

6)Fomenky’s Direct Supplies company, Niba Automobile company,
Nangah company, Kilo Brothers company, Union Profess in Kumba, and Che company were ordered to relocate in Republique du Cameroun and then were deliberately starved of credit and squeezed out;
7) agro-industrial establishments such as Santa Coffee Estate, Obang Farm Settlement, and Wum Area Development Authority were maliciously closed down;
8) also maliciously closed down were Cameroons Air Transport (CAT),
9) the Tiko International Airport,
10) the Besongabang Airport,
11) the Bali Airport, the Weh Airstrip,
12) the Victoria deep sea port,
13) the Tiko sea port,
14) the Ndian sea port, and
15) the Mamfe inland port on the Cross River

If these aren’t exercises of bad faith by the Regime in Yaounde, then bad faith doesn’t exist

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