Published On: Mon, Jan 9th, 2017

Coffin Revolution

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The coffin revolution has shaken the regime of La Republique to its deepest fibres and in so doing has un-earthed the untidiest awkwardness of a criminal and ruthless dictatorship

The coffin revolution has shaken the regime of La Republique to its deepest fibres and in so doing has un-earthed the untidiest awkwardness of a criminal and ruthless dictatorship

When T.Jefferson said “every heneration needs a new revolution” , he didn’t  mince his words, he meant every sylable of that phrase, a few years back in time , who would have though a young man academician in his prime? Full of carreer, energetic and relevant to the aspirations of his own abilities to survive, will become a metaphor of death
, ready to put his life on the line, bridging odds,  defying the establishment to send strong signal that the people of southern Cameroons are weary and tired of the machinations of the bad faith government of la republigue.Indeed , the coffin revolution staged by Mancho BBC. some two months ago , is a precursor, and clear indication of a system that has failed to live up to the expectations of its people, rather it employs the outdated and the most obsolate forms of state terrorism to coerce the governed .

The coffin revolution has shaken the regime of La Republique to its deepest fibres and in so doing has un-earthed the untidiest awkwardness of a criminal and ruthless dictatorship unwilling to dialogue with the governed. This revolution in my humble opinion signals the end to a regime that for three and a half decade has known nothing but dictatorship and graft to the detriment of the masses who for the most part languish in abject poverty.

The story of the revolution will not make sense if we fail to point out that it is the intransigence of the regime in place that believes that they can get away with everything they do, that led to the teachers and common law practitioners strike from which the revolution took root.  A special pad on the back has to be given to the people of Bansoh for becoming the visible personification of the struggle , standing up against the establishment, may I at this point laud their unwaving courage to guard and protect their traditions as seen in the most recent visit of prime minister Yang Philemon who was refused permission to enter and ‘corrupt’ the fon of Bansoh in his palace on the 5/01/2017,  we encourage and laud the efforts and resistance put up by the energetic people of Bamenda , wum , Mamfe, kumba , Mundemba, Buea , Limbe and many others to resist attempts by self-seeking governors, SDO’s, D O’s  and some heads of educational establishments to push them to accept to break the peoples revolution. A very big pad on the back goes to the education secretary of Buea diocese for his understanding to heed the call of ghost towns on Monday the 9th of January by postponing the reopening of his diocessan schools. It is written in latin “VOX POPULI VOX DEI” the voice of the people is the voice of God , When the regime unleashes tyrany on the people hold your breath , you will never fight alone , the army of God is fighting your battle keep in the resistance and victory is guaranteed.

By Mofor C

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