22nd august 1952 during the Tiko conference, KUNC (british Cameroon) & UPC (French Cameroon) decide…

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🔴 22nd august 1952 during the Tiko conference, KUNC (british Cameroon) & UPC (French Cameroon) decided to reunify the COUNTRY.


Courtesy of… Zach Slone || 2018-01-13 08:56:01

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17 thoughts on “22nd august 1952 during the Tiko conference, KUNC (british Cameroon) & UPC (French Cameroon) decide…”

  1. Can u publish the voting criteria? Dull DJ, go look your the latest release of Petit paye and play in your ghetto cabaret in UK and stop posting information not different from a fake pastor using one verse in a Bible to preach the whole if Christianity.

  2. Southern Cameroon was country on it own, that was why she was given the option to either join Nigeria or lrp,which part of her which the northern part decided to join Nigeria, if Cameroon was one why was she given that option?

  3. Reunify as a Federated state and not as a one and indivisible country.Wherever your source of history I will like to tell you that by 1952 Southern British Caneroon was still administered as part of Nigeria and they had representatives at the Eastern Regional House of Assembly at Enugu

  4. You still don’t get it. I won’t go lecturing you history because you will never understand. But I will advice you not to venture into fields you don’t understand. Anyway shithole countries ruled by old fools will also have shithole hand clappers like you to accompany them. This trick of yours just failed again. Try another but be rest assured it will still fail.

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