Biya’s special status, military option won’t bring peace to Southern Cameroons 0

The exiled leader of the Southern Cameroons Interim Government Vice President Dabney Yerima has warned Yaoundé about the consequences of its ongoing genocidal campaign and aggression against the people of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

According to a statement by the Ambazonia Vice President, Comrade Dabney Yerima stressed the fact that both the so-called special status for British Southern Cameroons and French Cameroun’s military option have miserably failed to advance Yaounde’s policies in Ambazonia.

Dabney Yerima also urged an end to the conflict and the withdrawal of all French Cameroun forces from Southern Cameroons, while calling for an international solution to the more than three years of the bloody war the regime in Yaoundé imposed on Southern Cameroonians.

The UN has persistently turned a blind eye on the atrocities being committed by soldiers loyal to the regime in French Cameroun as Paul Biya continues to kill to stay in power, cheered on by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.  Now, the two men are set to meet in Paris tomorrow Wednesday the 13th of November.

French Cameroun with the support of the French government and the corrupt cartel in the Federal Republic of Nigeria headed by President Buhari launched the devastating campaign against the people of Southern Cameroons, with the goal of stifling the Southern Cameroons resistance and quest for an independent state.

The government of President Emmanuel Macron has reportedly deployed French Special Forces with criminal records in the Sahel region to help French Cameroun troops in the war in Southern Cameroons.

The Southern Cameroons Interim Government estimates that the war has claimed more than 20,000 lives so far. The conflict has also taken a heavy toll on Southern Cameroons’s infrastructure, destroying hospitals and schools. The UN says over 4 million Southern Cameroonians are in dire need of humanitarian aid.

By Chi Prudence Asong in London