In recent years, Anglophone resentments have found growing expression in overt secessionist groups like the Ambazonia Movement, or organisations advocating a return to federalism like the Southern Cameroons
Today, Cameroonians of English extraction feel that the government's position that Cameroon
is one and indivisible is contrary to the federal constitution of 1961, which guaranteed the rights of the two Cameroons
to coexist as separate entities.
This ensures that they comply with applicable national, regional or international standards and technical regulations, protecting the health, safety and environment of Cameroons
citizens from substandard imported goods and giving them the assurance they need in their local market.
The plebiscite ended in favour of British Cameroon
re-unifying with French Cameroons
on 1st October 1961 (Ngoh, 1996).
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
The political leaders of the two Cameroons
took part in a number of meetings and discussed reunification.
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.
For example, Simon Staats developed into one of best education administrators the church had in Nigeria and the Cameroons
between 1935 and independence.
Britain further divided her territory into two: British Northern Cameroons
and British Southern Cameroons
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.
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