The current Anglophone crisis that has plagued the north west and south west regions of the country has seen a lot of reactions from internal and external sources so was the case with Mr. Sam Egbe a Cameroonian based in the UK who addressed a letter to the Commonwealth to intervene in the current problem speculating federalism or secession as an ultimate solution in resolving and putting an end to the problem
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In respond the commonwealth dismissed the idea of secession or federalism stating that the UK still recognizes the outcome of the 1961 referendum organized by the UN in the then British mandate territory in west Africa.
They further explained that the two districts that comprised of southern Cameroon now north west and south west regions willingly voted to be part of La Republic and so that decision must be respected.
Cameroon News Today-CNT gathered that this response from the Commonwealth bureau has shattered the hopes of most Anglophone Cameroonians who had jubilated that the commonwealth was coming to facilitate the process of independence and the establishment of Ambazonia .
However it should be recalled that the commonwealth laid emphasis that it will ensure that a frank dialogue be fostered between the various leaders and government and rights be respected which must be vice versa.
Cameroon News Today-CNT/ Edmund Momorhie/www.cnt.cm/