President Paul Biya may want to begin to take a second look at the marginalization of anglophones .It seemed smart for him to have operated by divide and rule making the best of rivalries and enmities that existed amongst some Cameroonians from the North West and South West regions.
As a result there's a tendency for him to think that things can't get worse than a few uncoordinated protests here and there. But times are changing is what he may not be seeing.
Lawyers have taken to the streets.That's something that no right thinking government wants to brush under the carpet. English speaking Cameroonians from all walks of life are beginning to catch the strike fire as well.
If a strong leader were to emerge and take the forefront of these cries of 'Enough' Our president may wake up to an 'it's too late' reality.
English speaking Cameroonians are the better half of Cameroon in every sense of the expression.Without Anglophone Cameroonians , Cameroon loses her English French bilingual identity she shares with only Canada in the entire world .
Without the English speaking part of Cameroon, La republique loses the oil rich bakassi, and SONARA refinery as much as SNH and CSPH become meaningless and Biya's princely life style could be terribly affected.
La republique loses the pride of the Chariot of gods /Mount Cameroon , one of the world's highest peaks which sits majestically in Buea, Capital of the SW-region.
A quality English sub system of education which is by far superior to the French sub system will also be lost as part of the identity of la republique.La republique won't be able to beat her chest and claim the glory for the beautiful regalia of the North West as well.
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