Cameroon Intelligence Report writes to President Ayuk Tabe on evidence of genocide against Ambazonians 0

Cameroon Intelligence Report has written a strongly worded letter bearing evidence of genocide in the French Cameroun state-sponsored campaign of violence against Southern Cameroonians to the interim President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia. The publication recently compiled images of atrocities committed in Ambazonia by soldiers loyal to the Biya Francophone regime in Yaoundé.

In a letter addressed to the interim Head of State, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, CIR noted that “No one, not even the Secretary General of the United Nations can rule out elements of mass killings in Southern Cameroons.”

President Ayuk Tabe was informed that none of the more than forty thousand Ambazonians who have fled the brutal atrocities by French Cameroun state forces headed by General Elokobi Daniel Njock into neighboring Nigeria should be returned to Southern Cameroons unless there was robust international monitoring on the ground.

The Biya 35 year-old regime has failed to address evident marginalization and discriminatory Francophone character in the day-to-day running of the country that target Southern Cameroonians. Meanwhile, the interim government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia has called for unity among Southern Cameroonians in the face of the French Cameroun onslaught.

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe urged Ambazonian Diaspora to keep the pressure on the French Cameroun government, insisting that La Republique’s government forces were continuing to commit crimes against humanity on a daily basis in the Manyu State.

An aide to President Ayuk Tabe told Cameroon Concord News that “The world must now stand up and send a clear message to Mr. Paul Biya and his regime and the French Cameroun military that their abhorrent treatment of Southern Cameroonians must end immediately, and that perpetrators will not enjoy impunity.”

The French Cameroun army has launched a series of brutal crackdowns on the Southern Cameroons community ever since the Anglophone revolution started last year. Soldiers have been raping, killing, and torturing the Anglophone minority. Since intensifying in November by the 84 year-old French Cameroun leader, the crackdown has forced more than four thousands Manyus to flee to neighboring Nigeria.

By Chi Prudence Asong