Independence for Ambazonia 

In 1884, Germany created a colony named “Kamerun”, although it were the Portuguese who arrived there first, already in the 16th century. After the Germans lost the first World War, the region became partly an English colony, and partly a French colony.

In 1961, the former British colony named “British Cameroons” was split in half. Its northern half, named “Northern Cameroons”, joined the Federal Republic of Nigeria, while its southern half, named “Southern Cameroons”, joined the République du Cameroun (French for “Republic Cameroon”). The territory of Southern Cameroons is also known as Ambazonia.

Officially, both English and French are official languages of present-day Cameroon. However, from the union with Cameroon, the English-speaking people of Ambazonia are discriminated and suppressed by the French-speaking inhabitants of the former French colony of Cameroun.


VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

For many years, the rights of the Ambazonian people are violated systematically by the Cameroon government. This includes the rape of women and young girls, and even the murder of people who are brave enough to stand up and speak the truth. Ultimately responsible for these horrible crimes is Paul Biya (1933), who acts as the non-elected president of Cameroon for 34 years now. It is about time that the world knows about the reign of terror by this evil dictator.

Donga-Mantung
Menchum
Boyo
Bui
Mezam
Momo
Ngoketunjia
Manyu
Lebialem
Koupé-Manengouba
Ndian
Meme
Fako


The 13 stars of the Ambazonian flag, as shown above, represent the 13 counties of Ambazonia.


You can contact us via Ambazonia @ Pateo.nl (witout spaces).


© Powered by Pateo.nl : This page was last updated on 2017/02/04.