The Southern Cameroons Premier E.M.L Endeley and Speaker of the House P.M Kale welcome and congratulate Dr. John Ngu Foncha as the second Prime Minister of The Southern Cameroons on January 28, 1959. The Southern Cameroons on January 24, 1959 demonstrated to the world a splendid lesson of democracy when elections organized by Premier Endeley (KNC) were marginally won by the opposition Foncha (KNDP) in the first peaceful democratic transition of power in sub-Saharan Africa from a ruling party to the opposition. Dr. Foncha with 14 deputies in The Southern Cameroons House of Assembly of 26 seats became the Premier.
The Coalition is engaged in discussions with different stakeholders within the international, diplomatic, political, and humanitarian arenas as well as stakeholders within the Southern Cameroons community, including church leaders and civil society organizations. Going forward CDN is focused on the following priorities:
The Southern Cameroons leaders march over the Mungo River in June 1995 after returning from a UN visit to seek redress over the fate of The Southern Cameroons. Directly behind the flag are S.T Muna, Sam Ekontang Elad, Dr. john Ngu Foncha and Mola Njoh Litumbe.
Mola Njoh Litumbe, first Chartered Accountant from The Southern Cameroons, Moral Leader and Civil Rights Activist.
CDN provides grants to humanitarian groups to carryout micro projects for refugees and IDPs as well as provide medical and farming tools to women and girls who have engaged in small scale farming. These grants contribute to alleviating the sufferings of the refugee and IDP populations forcefully displaced by the conflict.
Dr. John Ngu Foncha (Premier of the Southern Cameroons) and Ahmadou Ahidjo (President of La Republique du Cameroon) at the Foumban Conference of 1961.
Below are key indicators derived from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Situation Report as of June 3, 2021
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