Understanding our Anglophone freedom fighters 1

POWERCAM: It was a hydro electricity dam located in Yoke Muyuka that was supplying electricity to the entire British Southern Cameroons.  This dam was closed down deliberately by the Francophone led government after reunification.

CAMEROON BANK: This was our Anglophone bank created by the government in Buea and was the biggest bank in the two Cameroons and operated under the Barclays Bank UK standards in West Africa. It was completely destroyed by both Ahidjo and Biya’s men in La Eepublique du Cameroun.

National Produce MARKETING BOARD: It was the cocoa and coffee authority of British Southern Cameroons headquartered in Victoria (Not Limbe as the Biya comedian Inoni Ephraim wants us to call it}. It provided Anglophone farmers with details of all what was happening in the world market. It invested in reserves in the Cameroon Bank and kept the our young men off the streets by running football clubs. This was completely shattered by La Republique.

Cooperative Societies: This was a Dutch culture implanted in Anglophone Cameroon. Farmers had to work in cooperative groups. Those who were sailing from a Port in Douala via Malabo in Equatorial Guinea to France to be assimilated came and destroyed it.

Mobile Wing Police: It was a well trained British police force that we Anglophones inherited and was noted for its discipline.  Ahidjo replaced them with a ruthless force known as the French Gendarmerie

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CAT (CAMEROON AIR TRANSPORT): The main hub was Tiko international airport. It was transporting CDC produce and also running domestic flights. Was an airline representing British Southern Cameroon values and was a fast growing airline in West Africa at that time. It was closed down by a Francophone dominated government in Yaoundé.

PWD: The Public Works Department was an Anglophone identity of heavy duty machines placed at the doors of councils for road maintenance and repairs. Their pride was also seen in the football clubs; PWD Kumba and PWD Bamenda and it was the fastest road construction and maintenance body growing in West Africa. It was maliciously stifled by vicious elements of La Republique du Cameroun.

MEDINO: This was a body of trained roving Agric experts who moved around helping farmers by educating them on farming methods. The seat of MEDINO’s government was in Bamenda. It was ruined by La Republique du Cameroun.

Ekona Research Centre was created by the Americans and was the best research centre in West Africa. It was systematically Francophonised and now is a sham.

Tiko international airport was indeed the fastest growing international airport in West Africa that hosted the late Dr Nkwame Nkrumah of Ghana during his maiden official visit to British Southern Cameroons. It was shut down by people we call brothers from La Republique du Cameroun.

Tiko Wharf: It Linked maritime transport between West Cameroon via Nigeria to the entire West Africa and  was growing to the status of a seaport!! This was Killed by La Republique du Cameroun.

FONADE was created through a British Southern Cameroons initiative to subsidies farmers both financially and materially. It was transferred to Yaoundé by Ahmadou Ahidjo and the name changed to Credit Agricole and destroyed by Francophones.

Ombe Trade centre: Equipped with heavy industrial machines and training Southern Cameroonians to master the maintenance culture was laid to rest by La Republique du Cameroun.

George Pompidou (French President) including Ahmadou Ahidjo and Paul Biya agreed that, all these Anglophone companies should be eliminated so that, we can be the slaves to La Republique du Cameroun.