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Statement of the Anglophone Problem in Cameroon Effects of Marginalization on Anglophones Immediate and Remote Causes of the Anglophone Crisis Proposed Solutions to the Anglophone Crisis Prince Ojong's Crystal Ball into Cameroon's Future
DR AKWANGA CATEGORICAL WITH SOUTHERN CAMEROON CRISIS.BLOCK BY BLOCK
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Learn more about who we are and how the organization was launched. Why does the CPS exist. What purpose do we serve in the U.S., diaspora and in Cameroon. Why is the CPS an apolitical organization? What are the CPS goals, objectives and initiatives. Why does Cameroon NEED an organization like the CPS? Why does the CPS need financial support from Cameroonians today? Why does the CPS need more support from the Cameroonian professionals in the U.S.A.? Why do Cameroonian professionals in the diaspora need to join the CPS? Why should Cameroon groups( alumni, tribal and regional groups) partner with the CPS? What has the CPS accomplished? Is there any membership benefit? We anticipated many of your questions and created this presentation to hopefully provide you with answers to many of you...
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