A new republic is born: The Federal Republic of Ambazonia’s future 0

The Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Governing Council has announced a series of reforms and changes in the ruling body following the successful holding of the 4th conclave in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The 27th to the 31st October 2017 forum unanimously agreed that the territory will henceforth be known as  “The Federal Republic of Ambazonia.”

The delegates confirmed His Excellency Sesekou Julius Tabe Ayuk as interim Head of State and also decided to set up a government with a Vice President and seven cabinet ministers.  In a powerful  press release issued on 1 November 2017, the leadership of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia  revealed that 34 resolutions were reached ( See http://www.cameroonconcordnews.com/resolution-of-the-4th-scacuf-conclave-held-from-the-27th-31st-of-october-2017/)

Among others, the executive council of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia called on the French Cameroun dictator, Paul Biya and his gang of Francophone political elites to stop interfering in the internal affairs of the good people of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.  The Ambazonia administration also appealed to the government of La Republique du Cameroun to release Bibixy Mancho and all those who were arrested in connection with the Anglophone crisis. They reiterated the urgent need for the International Criminal Court (ICC) to prosecute President Paul Biya and some members of his regime for crimes against humanity and genocide.

The Acting President, Seseku Julius Ayuk Tabe was mandated to form his first cabinet composed of a vice-president and seven government departments, namely; defense ; Homeland and Security; Finance and Economy; Education; Health and Social Services, Foreign Affairs, Home Affairs, Communication and Technology “.

The Ambazonia governing council denounced the rapes of students, fires in schools and the destruction of property “perpetrated by the French Cameroun military and law enforcement officers deployed to Ambazonia from La Republique du Cameroun. The “Governing Council” was dissolved following the creation of an interim government which will now be responsible for managing the affairs of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

By Chi Prudence Asong, CCN