Read here the rare pronouncements of the All-Anglophone Conference and the Buea Declaration of April 1993 to get a better understanding of the conflict over the former British Southern Cameroons and what is gradually becoming the Ambazo-Cameroonian War.
The group of people now known as Bafaka was, according to one version of oral history, known as Bonadiomo, or descendants of Nadiomo (variably called Naliomo or Nariomo), the brother of Nangenoa and son of Elume Netongo wa Ngoi. According to Tata Nebale Johnson Mesembe, the name, Bafaka originates with the people from the Congo. “The idea that the people were warlike only coincided with the meaning of their original name”. Tata Mesembe said.