The referendum of 1972 put an end to the federal nature of the country in respect to the unification agreement and also abolished the semi autonomy and assembly that existed in Southern Cameroons.
Interview with Augustine Ndangam, Vice President of Southern Cameroons Peoples Organization, Bamenda (June 15, 2005).
When the Cameroons arrived at the World Cup, it was with a confident roar, fresh from successfully defending their African Nations Cup title, saying they would become the first African team ever to reach the semi-finals.
GENTLE kittens so far, Cameroon will need to truly become Indomitable Lions when they meet Germany in their final Group E match tomorrow if they hope to avoid a third consecutive first round exit.
For example, Simon Staats developed into one of best education administrators the church had in Nigeria and the Cameroons between 1935 and independence.
He is the author of Mission to the British Cameroons (1992) and Cardinal Herbert Vaughan (1995).
After the union of the French and English Cameroons
on 1 October 1961, we had the Federal Republic of Cameroon
, not the United Republic of Cameroon
Despite his stance against partition, the Southern Cameroons
National Council (SCNC) called on Fru Ndi to be the President of the Anglophone territories, which the SCNC declared independent in 2001.
living in Ireland last night warned that the football stars of their native country will ruin Ireland's World Cup dream.
But the Cameroons
still looked the most likely winners.
One month later, on 1 October, the independence of Anglophone Cameroon
was pronounced, and the reunification of the two Cameroons
Coming to power in 1982, he sealed the reunification of the two Cameroons
by giving the country its original name back: the Republic of Cameroon