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British: 1858 to 1887

The British established a foothold in the armpit of Africa as far back as 1847. In 1858, they took over an English missionary settlement at Ambas Bay in the Gulf of Guinea and named the British colony Victoria, after Queen Victoria. It is from this Ambas Bay in the Gulf of Guinea that Fon Gorji Dinka coined the name Ambazonia for our homeland in 1984.


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