Government of Ambazonia

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Ambazonia; Historical Overview

The Republic of Ambazonia is the former United Nations Trust Territory of Southern Cameroons under United Kingdom Administration. It is located between Nigeria to the west and north, and Cameroun to the Read More
The Republic of Ambazonia is the former United Nations Trust Territory of British Southern Cameroons. It is located between Nigeria to the west and north, and the Republic of Cameroon to the east;

Struggle to Terminate Occupation

In 1991, The U.S - Ambazonia dialog held its first meeting under the Chairmanship of the African Affairs Assistant under Secretary Irving Hicks. U.S agrees that Cameroun indeed is illegally occupying
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No Win Without Ambazonia

International law acknowledges Ambazonia as a state with internationally recognized boundaries (fixed by the League of Nations, inherited by the United Nations and which remains so today). Cameroun has Read More

Historical Flags of Ambazonia

................Ambas Bay............................British Cameroons.....................Southern Cameroons............Federal Republic of Cameroon

The Lost Totem

One of the most well known icons of Ambazonia is the Afo-a-kom. It is far from the world's greatest piece of art—or even Africa's. A 5-ft. 2½in. image of a king, it is rather crudely carved into an iroko wood, the torso covered with sackcloth stitched with reddish- brown beads, the face masked in copper. But the Afo-A-Kom (literally, the Kom thing) is

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Eruptions of Mount Fako

Mount Fako is one of the most active volcanoes in Africa. More than 100 cinder cones lie on the flanks of the Mountain. Earthquake swarms are often associated with eruptions at the volcano. Mount Fako is currently the only active volcano in a volcanic chain extending from Pagalu Island in the Atlantic Ocean to the volcanic plateaus of Biu in

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West Cameroon Independence Monument in Mamfe
This West Cameroon Independence Monument in Mamfe is probably the least known monument constructed during the years of giddy euphoria to commemorate the birth of the bilingual Federal United Cameroon Republics.
Nonetheless, in terms of symbolism, the Independence Monument in Mamfe is as important as the ill-fated history of our people. And like our Homeland, it is a victim of neglect, indifference, and even scorn from the people of Mamfe - a once vibrant town which began its downward spiral immediately after reunification. Today, the monument is in dire need of a new coat of paint, and surroundings that are worthy of the once lofty aspirations that initially led to its construction - Another telling indication of the immediate necessity for freedom for Ambazonia.
 

Former Prime Ministers

E.M Lifafa Endeley (1954-1958)...... John N Foncha (1958-1965)        Augustine N. Jua (1965-1968)       Solomon T. Muna (1968-1972)

For more information about these Ambazonian Elder Statesmen, please Click Here

Census Form

To be completed by every Ambazonian in the Diaspora. Because of the barbaric and inhumane treatment of Ambazonians by the colonial government of Cameroun, most Ambazonians have no choice other than to seek refuge in foreign countries, and it is the duty of the Government of Ambazonia to know how many of its citizens are living-in-exile. Please kindly complete this Census Form. We promise that your credentials will never be disclosed. Thank you!

Our Monthly Poll

Throughout the 1960s the idea of an 'Ambazonia Republic' circulated among members of the Buea Mountain Club. Chief Ewusi, the Club chair, was even taken to Yaounde and interrogated on this subject.
 

Famous Quotes

“I President Paul Biya of the Republic of Cameroun do hereby, in a bid to provide lasting peace to the Bakassi conflict, commit myself and my government to respect the territorial boundaries of my country as obtained at independence.”

Annan-Bakassi Peace Accord

I can state here and now that the People of southern Cameroons (Ambazonians) would never have voted in favour of unification with French Cameroun if it had not been for the assurances given that the resulting union would take the form of a federation...

John Ngu Foncha