Biya regime hiring criminals to assassinate Ambazonia leaders in Kondengui 0

Cameroon Intelligence Report has gotten evidence that the Biya regime is planning to eliminate the Ambazonia leader Sisiku President Ayuk Tabe and his top aides currently being held at the Kondengui High Security prison in Yaounde.  The French Cameroun regime noted for a widespread campaign of assassination plots across Africa and Europe reportedly recruited the services of some Francophone medical doctors assigned to Kondengui by the Ministry of Public Health to kill the Southern Cameroons leaders.

As part of the French Cameroun diabolic harsh ploy to stifle the Ambazonia revolution, our senior chief intelligence officer in Yaoundé also revealed for the first time that he believes Yaoundé has successfully silenced General Ivo Yenwo, General Elokobi Daniel Njock and General Ekongwesse who all hail from Southern Cameroons.

The Ambazonia leader “cheated” death when the late French Cameroun minister Martin Belinga Eboutou failed to handover the money paid by the Biya regime to the Nigerian Secret Service boss for the Abuja-Nera mission.

The late Minister Martin Belinga Eboutou and Minister Paul Motaze were allegedly responsible for masterminding two major operations that claimed the lives of Captain Guerandi in Burkina Faso and Bishop Balla of the Bafia Diocese.

The families of both men had long suspected that Biya was responsible for the murders. French Cameroun lately hired gangsters in the Kondengui prison to carry out the recent killing of Southern Cameroons detainees during the riots as a way of hiding the Cameroon government’s involvement in the crime.

Yaoundé has used its diplomatic missions and criminal networks to engage in terror and assassinations home and abroad so as to retain a degree of plausible deniability for its actions. Several Bassa military officials who were raised up in the Southern Zone of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia have been contracted to carry out the killings of Southern Cameroons leaders.

By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai with files from Sama Ernest