Is the United Republic of 1972 a Violation of the Federal Constitution of 1961?

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Interfaith Minister Ambe Nkanwi Fokwa draws from the 1961 Federal Constitution of Cameroon and explains the legal motive driving the Anglophone Uprising. From a view of Afrikan Consciousness, the minister offers his own outlook on frank dialogue making it clear that if any “AGC” or National Dialogue will hold, it MUST address former Ahmadou Ahidjo’s violation of the Federal Constitution to force the United Republic on the Federal Republic through the staging of the May 20, 1972 Referendum. Minister Ambe concludes that Cameroon will only be set free from the current civil war by the truth in a frank dialogue which does not shy away from dealing in equity with the violation of the Federal Constitution.

Please watch and share far and wide. Let’s be certain that everyone is aware of where to focus attention to ensure justice alongside peace are served to the minority Anglophone Population of former Southern Cameroons.

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The video release is the first YouTube media production from the Ministry of Spirituology project.

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