Time Line and Events

Canadian Government published a statement on Peace Process between The Republic of Cameroun and the representatives of the former UN Trust Territory of the British Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia)

Sisiku Julius AyukTabe decleared the Independence of the Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia and became the Interim President

A popular uprising of the people of the Southern Cameroons preceeded by Teachers and Common Law Layers. The Birth of the Coffin Revolution.

The All Anglophone Conference II was held in Bamenda. The Bamenda Proclamation informed the Government of the republic of Cameroun that if the Federal Status was not resored, the Southern Cameroons was going to restore its Independence within a meaningful period of time.

The Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) was subsequently created same year.

The All Anglophone Conference I was held in Buea and a Declaration presented to the Government of the republic of Cameroun to address the annexation issue.

The United Republic of Cameroon renamed The republic of Cameroun, thereby completely wiping any traces of the Southern Cameroons.

The Territory of Southern Cameroons was annexed by the unilateral abolision of the Federal Status by Amadou Ahidjo. The two territories were named The United Republic of Cameroon

British Southern Cameroons became independent and joined French Cameroun, The republich of Cameroun to form the Federal Republic of Cameroon. The Southern Cameroons was officially known as West Cameroon.

Britisch Southern Cameroons became a United Nations Class B Trust Territory

British Cameroon was divided into British Northern Cameroons and British Southern Cameroons and controlled by Britian under the League of Nations as a Mandate Territory

7 May 1919, German Kamerun partitioned in the treaty of Versailles Treaty into French Cameroun and British Cameroon.

The Germans explorer Gustav Nachtigal claimed the region of Kamerun by signing treaties with the Douala chieves in July 1884. Edward Hewett came late on July 19th 1884 to annex Cameroon.

Alfred Saker led a Baptist Mission from the island of Fernando Po and landed in Ambas Bay

The Portugise Fernando Po sailed the Wouri River and named the region Rio dos Cameroes from which the name Cameroon originates