“When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes a duty”. Founded and propounded by American statesman, Thomas Jefferson and instilled in Cameroon by Honorable Joseph Wirba, the quotation has built a stable foundation in the minds of almost all the English speaking Cameroonians deprived and denied of their rights to internet, freedom…by the authority. Using Cameroon as a microcosm in the macrocosm of the present situation parading all over the world, Mokambe and Vumomsé, two Cameroonians diaspora based stars in the U.S.A has taken upon themselves to neglect the distance between them and home to show their telepathy in a 3:27 minutes video on the ongoing arrest and tutor of the English part of Cameroon.
Not only ending their fight on their powerful lyric that there are both calling God’s intervention in the problem, the video itself is beautifully styled with the use of placers with very strong messages written on them; No To Rape, No To Marginalization, No More Killing, Stop Genocide, No To Injustice…
“HELEP WE is a detailed letter written to God on the ongoing crisis in the world and in the Anglophone regions in Cameroon in particular, calling his immediate intervention”.
Produced by Double Dough and directed by Phil Brown, the video shot with very limited light, fog and all indoors, is a symbol of how enslave, closed and neglected the English Cameroonians are. Watch how Mokambe and Vumomsé join their brothers back at home, Magasco, Salatiel and others in sharing the pain with music videos of the same magnitude.SHARE, COMMENT