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|Title:||Civil Disobedience in Cameroon|
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|Publisher:||iUniverse, Inc. (June 1, 2006)|
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He analyzed the high tide of unitarism, where poverty and inequality dominates to create a class for the poor and the rich by giving favors and encouraging blackmail, mismanagement, falsity, deception and manipulative electioneering. The majority culture further thought that they could freely assimilate and at the same time treat the other minority part as of no significant consequence because they are Lucifers in heaven. [les enemies dans la maison]
The immediate result was a nonviolent civil disobedience which began in Bamenda. The Cameroonians of English expression hold dearly that  benevolent freedom is an essential element in the content of all democratic constitutions  it is incorporated as a contract between the citizens and the government to guarantee good governance and protection for their persons, property, liberty and happiness without let or hindrance;  freedom is both a blessing and birthright from God, and  on it fundamental human rights are planted, nurtured and blossom to bring dignity, love and peace profound to all and sundry. The government failed in its ploy for good governance, resorted to threats, intimidation, and force to oppress the people without the litmus test.
Justice Mbu has been an eye witness to the events of this transformation in political, social and economic changes that make Cameroon never to be the same again. He is retired with his family and resides in Maryland USA.