Consistent with the UNGA resolution 2144 (XXI) of 26 October 1966, Cabinda is a Non-Self-Governing Territory to which the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples [UNGA resolution 1514 (XV)] applies.
With the collusion of dishonest Portuguese leaders, former slave and colonial masters disrupted the decolonization process of Cabinda in 1974. Shortly after, they sponsored the illegal occupation of Cabinda by Angola in 1975.
Ever since then, former slave and colonial masters have arrogated to themselves Cabinda’s riches — oil, gold, diamonds, uranium, phosphate, manganese, iron, hardwood, etc. In order to perpetuate this arrogation, they are silently exterminating Cabindans at home and abroad.
It’s our task and duty, as Pan-African Alliance, to ensure the decolonization process of Cabinda is brought to a successful completion, under the aegis of the UN Special Committee on Decolonization, aka the C-24.
Cabinda, a Última Colónia Ocupada