Anglophone MPs: “Leave French Cameroun Now” 0

The National Assembly Blockade coupled with the singing of anti regime songs including the use of vuvuzelas by the SDF Members of Parliament did not produce any positive outcome. Instead it revealed to Southern Cameroonians and the world that the Republic of Cameroon is indeed a Francophone state.  We of the Cameroon Concord News Group have come to the conclusion that events in Yaoundé have now reached the final days of decision and Anglophone MPs should go back to Buea and rally behind the Interim President of the Federal Republic of Amabazonia, His Excellency President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe.

For 56 years, Anglophones have pursued patient and honorable efforts to be part of a United Republic of Cameroon without war. Yaoundé publicly pledged to build a nation to accommodate the Anglo-Saxon and French systems that were laid down by the founding fathers.

Since then, successive Anglophone leaders have engaged in 56 years of tolerance with our Francophone brothers and sisters. Southern Cameroonians have accepted all kinds of funny political arrangements from United Republic to the Republic of Cameroun, from provinces to regions just for the sake of fatherland. West Cameroonians have accepted all types of French Cameroun appointees to run the day-to-today affairs of Southern Cameroonians. Our good faith has now been returned-the killings of hundreds of Southern Cameroonians by the Francophone dominated army and more than 40,000 Southern Cameroonians as refugees in Nigeria.

The Biya Francophone regime has used our good faith and love for country as a ploy to gain time and advance the marginalization and assimilation policies teleguided from Paris against the people of Southern Cameroons. The Francophone political elites have uniformly defied decisions that were reached in Foumban in 1961.

Over the years, Anglophone political elites have been subjected to gross humiliation and have often been threatened by Francophone officials with a sack each time they attempted raising a finger against marginalization.  Genuine efforts to resolve the Anglophone problem have failed time without number because we are not dealing with decent men in French Cameroun.

The attitude of President Biya and his gang of Francophone political elites with unflinching support from Champs Elysee leave no doubt that the Yaoundé regime intends to continue with its policy of marginalization and North West/South West Divide.

Successive Francophone regimes in Cameroon have a history of reckless aggression in Southern Cameroons. Francophone political elites have a deep hatred of Southern Cameroonians and the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Yaoundé has always had a good understanding with Northern Cameroonians who voted to join Nigeria under Mallam Abba Habid in 1961 and it has only kept in power Anglophone political elites who have a hostile attitude towards Nigeria including Dr JN Foncha, ST Muna, ET Egbe, SN Tamfu, Chief VE Mukete and recently Peter Agbor Tabi, Chief Dr. Ndion Ngute and Elvis Ngolle Ngolle. This is also true with the border posts in both British Southern Cameroons and British Northern Cameroons. The border posts in Anglophone Cameroon with Nigeria historically have been headed by senior Francophone security bosses while border controls existed only on paper and sign posts in the Far North region bordering Nigeria until the emergence of Boko Haram.

Southern Cameroonians did nothing to deserve or invite this vicious and malicious treatment, but with the Interim Government headed by Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, they will do everything to defeat it. The business as usual attitude by Francophone MPs at the recent parliamentary session amid the SDF blockade is a warning to all Anglophones and a reminder to all West Cameroon political elites in East Cameroun that instead of drifting along toward tragedy, they should follow the course toward safety mapped out by the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

In the words of Sisiku Ayuk Tabe is time for our Anglophone MPs to go back to Buea before the day of horror comes and before it is too late to act. The Interim Government has the sovereign authority to use force in assuring the security of the territory. That duty falls to Sisiku Ayuk Tabe as the Interim Head of State who has publicly recognizes the threat to our homeland.

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe is trying to work with the United Nations to address the damage and killings currently going on in Southern Cameroons because he believes the terms of separation could be resolve peacefully. We of Cameroon Concord News are of the opinion that Sisiku Ayuk Tabe needs your support as MPs still militating in East Cameroun.

The Governing Council was founded after the Biya Francophone regime criminalized dialogue by arresting the then Chairman of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, Dr. Felix Agbor Balla. It’s now time for Anglophone Cameroonians to unite and bring an end to this danger from French Cameroun political elites. Today, no Anglophone MP or cabinet minister can possibly claim that they are not aware of the genocide going in Southern Cameroons. The situation will not change so long as Mr. Biya is still in power.

Anger has however made many Southern Cameroonians to develop the resolve to act against this evil to peace in West Cameroon and the Interim Government has created a broad coalition which is gathering momentum to enforce the demands of Ambazonians. The French Cameroun political and military leaders have not lived up to their responsibilities, so Southern Cameroonians are rising to theirs.

A Cameroon Concord News Production