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    Words We Became Familiar with Due to the Anglophone Crisis





    The ongoing Anglophone crisis orchestrated by teachers and lawyers of the Anglophone regions has place Cameroon in a quagmire. In November 2016, teachers and lawyers complained about marginalization and the forceful use of French Language in their classrooms.

    They did so in a series of street protest which later ended up with police brutality and hostility.  The street protest has morphed into a socio-political crisis, arms conflict between separatist groups and the Biya regime. With separatist demanding for a new nation.

    In the course of this crisis which has lasted for about 3 years, we became familiar with these words.

    Ground Zero

    Water na Water

    Ghost Town

    Lock Down

    Shut Down

    Consortium

    Black Leg

    La Republique

    Southern Cameroons

    Contri Sunday

    Separatist

    Terrorist

    Foot Soldiers

    Nchang Shoe Boys

    That Boys Them

    Agent of La Republique

    Sellouts

    Dialogue

    Bilingualism Commission

    Federation

    Restoration Forces

    Restoration

    Field Marshal

    Red Dragons

    Amba

    Interim Government

    SCACOUF

    ADF

    Referendum

    Groundnut

    One Spirit

    All for One, One for All

    One and Indivisible

    Foumban Conference

    Aluta Continuata

    The Struggle Continues

    Federalism

    Two State

    Contri Sunday

    By Sama Tanya of Bequadi


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