Ambazonia: Leader urges end to kidnappings 0

President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe has condemned the rise in kidnappings in Southern Cameroons, calling for discipline and unity in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia. The head of the Southern Cameroons Interim Government, in letters sent to local and international media houses demanded Southern Cameroonians to remain united and focus on the struggle to free their homeland and hinted that the hunger strike will continue until all Southern Cameroons detainees are identified.

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe expressed hope that members of the pro French Cameroun armed groups operating deep inside Ambazonia would rescind the dubious and dangerous task assigned them by French Cameroun Minister Paul Atanga Nji and join the revolutionary forces.

The Ambazonian Interim Government sees kidnappings as inconsistent with Southern Cameroon’s official, historic and principled Anglo-Saxon tradition.

The leader stressed that kidnappings would not serve the fraternal relations between the Ambazonia Restoration Forces and the local population and would only further complicate the lives of Southern Cameroonians.

By Sama Ernest in Yaounde