Ambazonia: Interim Government slams Biya’s Southern Cameroons crackdown 0

French Cameroun is becoming more and more evil in its crackdown on Southern Cameroonians seeking independence for the South West and North West regions. A well-placed source within the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia indicated that the Acting President Dr. Samuel Sako is also wary of what evil the Biya regime and its acolytes in French diplomatic missions in Yaoundé and Abuja are capable of in their relentless crusade to crush the Ambazonians desire for independence.

Some forty thousand Southern Cameroonians have fled to neighboring Nigeria after the Francophone dominated army launched a crackdown to stop a declaration of independence for the Anglophone regions by the Ambazonia government of President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius. The Ambazonian leader, who is currently being held at the National Gendarmerie headquarters in Yaoundé, is expected to be charged by the Francophone regime.

The international communities including the main Nigerian opposition party, the PDP have condemned the Buhari administration for accepting French Cameroun’s extradition request against Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and 46 members of his government.

Approximately one thousand Southern Cameroonians including hundreds of French Cameroun soldiers have been killed ever since the 85 year-old dictator, President Biya declared war against the English speaking population. The Acting President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia has appealed to all Southern Cameroonians to face the struggle with a mixture of determination and confidence.

The Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia has also accused the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime of committing grave rights abuses and genocide in its way of treating Southern Cameroonians.

The Communication Secretary of the Ambazonia government, Hon. Chris Anu was quoted recently as saying “I am hopeful that justice will prevail but the abuses of human rights by French Cameroun authorities are unprecedented — they get worse and worse day by day,” said the Ambazonian minister.

By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai