A Defining Moment Donald Grey Barnhouse (Invisible War, 1965) it was who first intimated that even though wars (moderns wars especially) are not fought with great intensity at every moment, every conflictual situation has a strategic, if not defining, moment. Barnhouse calls this a Guadalcanal moment. While many relators of the contemporaneous, yet chequered, history of what is this day politically correct to refer to as the Southern Cameroons may differ on what may be that defining moment, I choose December 2013 as pivotal and that for two reasons. The December 15, 2013, the Global Times Magazine of Nigeria (Vol 4. No 5 ) fronted a story will change the perception of not les than 20 million people directly. Six million of those people lived in the Southern Cameroons while fourteen million lived in Northern Nigeria. Joo Igbah reported that what could best be described as a “political somersault” was in the offing as citizens of the former British Cameroons (composed of the British Southern Cameroons and the British Northern Cameroons) await with euphoria the officialisation of the birth of the UNO State of Cameroun. UNO STATE DECLARATION: Nigeria looses 16 Local Gouvernment Areas to the UNO State of Cameroun, the kicker of that all important report read. These local councils which include Ganye, Jadda, Tongo in the Adamawa and Gashaka, Kurmi, Sardauna in Taraba and many others in Borno, Adamawa, Benue, Taraba and Cross River states of Nigeria will be remerged with the Southern Cameroon as one nation loosely and tentatively called, UNO State of Cameroon. Sixteen (16) local government councils across five states in Nigeria are affected by this development. Joo Igbah expounded that the imminence of the UNO State of Cameroun was the result of a long journey and struggle whih started in 1946. That struggle was characterised by manipulations and intrigues. But with subtlety and calculated subterranean moves, the group of agitators, while projecting a divided posture, is united in pursuing their cause using law, logic and facts to attract international sympathy. Today, through sustained awareness creation, the struggle may come to an end dramatically depending on how the actors play their roles. Igbah continued that at the centre of what appears as an intriguing melodrama are the United Nations (UNO), the Republic of Nigeria, the Republic of Cameroun and groups of agitators of a new nation, the newest Africa is waiting to deliver via the instrumentality of the UNO. The UNO is undoubtedly the umpire. Global Times investigation revealed that diplomatic arrangements are on top gear to grant the trust territory a sovereign state of their own. The Nigerian government seems to be an unworried end loser, but the Republic of Cameroun is gasping in anger, ready to win the battle. The proposed new nation covers a total of 86,214 sq. Km geographical land mass and it is endowed with the most spectacular tourism hubs of Mambila Plateau in Taraba State, currently toasted as the masterpiece of tourism in West Africa.