Biya Handed Two Maps as of Date of Independence According to CRTV reports monitored in Buea, and recorded in the State-owned Cameroon Tribune, the United Nation ’s 64 President of the general Assembly, Ali Triki was in Yaounde on May 20. He had not been at the ceremonial ceremony marking Yaounde dec…

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Biya Handed Two Maps as of Date of Independence
According to CRTV reports monitored in Buea, and recorded
in the State-owned Cameroon Tribune, the United Nation ’s
64 President of the general Assembly, Ali Triki was in
Yaounde on May 20. He had not been at the ceremonial
ceremony marking Yaounde declared National Day, but
turned up at the Unity Palace with a strong delegation. His
birthday gift to Biya was two well-framed maps. The one
was a large framed map of La Republique du Cameroon,
with an international boundary separating LRC and the
Southern Cameroons . The second was the map of the
British Cameroons, with an international boundary
separating the Southern Cameroons and Northern
Cameroons .
The CRTV reporter on the bid, George Ewane made the
following commentaries: “Apart from the Map of the
Republic of Cameroun is that of British Southern Cameroons
is and the anchor man at the studio, Joseph Le and Ephraim
Banda Ghogomo cut in to ask “What did you say?”� And
George could comment no more. So he allowed the
microphone to overhear what Mr. Ali Triki was
saying.., Voici la carte du Cameroun Britannique…histoire
en a decidee”�
La Republique du Cameroun had her independence on
January 1, 1960. The boundaries as of that date were
determined, established and recorded at the Secretariat of
the United Nations in New York. As of that day, the Southern
Cameroons and Northern Cameroons were still under the
trusteeship of Britain, being prepared for eventual
independence. Its flag was Green Red Yellow and its
National Anthem, reflecting the savagery of LRC was made
public. Its first President was Mr. Ahmadou Ahidjo.
On February 11, 1961, the Southern Cameroons voted in a
UN-organized plebiscite to have her independence in a
defined union with LRC, while Northern Cameroons did so,
but to unite with the Federal Republic of Nigeria . Nigeria
remains a federation as of that pact signed in 1961, while
the Southern Cameroons remains annexed, given that the
proceeds from the 196

Biya Handed Two Maps as of Date of Independence
According to CRTV reports monitored in Buea, and recorded
in the State-owned Cameroon Tribune, the United Nation ’s
64 President of the general Assembly, Ali Triki was in
Yaounde on May 20. He had not been at the ceremonial
ceremony marking Yaounde declared National Day, but
turned up at the Unity Palace with a strong delegation. His
birthday gift to Biya was two well-framed maps. The one
was a large framed map of La Republique du Cameroon,
with an international boundary separating LRC and the
Southern Cameroons . The second was the map of the
British Cameroons, with an international boundary
separating the Southern Cameroons and Northern
Cameroons .
The CRTV reporter on the bid, George Ewane made the
following commentaries: “Apart from the Map of the
Republic of Cameroun is that of British Southern Cameroons
is and the anchor man at the studio, Joseph Le and Ephraim
Banda Ghogomo cut in to ask “What did you say?”� And
George could comment no more. So he allowed the
microphone to overhear what Mr. Ali Triki was
saying.., Voici la carte du Cameroun Britannique…histoire
en a decidee”�
La Republique du Cameroun had her independence on
January 1, 1960. The boundaries as of that date were
determined, established and recorded at the Secretariat of
the United Nations in New York. As of that day, the Southern
Cameroons and Northern Cameroons were still under the
trusteeship of Britain, being prepared for eventual
independence. Its flag was Green Red Yellow and its
National Anthem, reflecting the savagery of LRC was made
public. Its first President was Mr. Ahmadou Ahidjo.
On February 11, 1961, the Southern Cameroons voted in a
UN-organized plebiscite to have her independence in a
defined union with LRC, while Northern Cameroons did so,
but to unite with the Federal Republic of Nigeria . Nigeria
remains a federation as of that pact signed in 1961, while
the Southern Cameroons remains annexed, given that the
proceeds from the 196


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