Governing Council Chairman says BBC Mancho issue will remain priority for meeting with Biya 0

The Chairman of the Southern Cameroons Governing Council, Sesekou Ayuk Tabe has met with the Southern Cameroons Diaspora community in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. The Chairman of the governing council also visited members of some families whose children were allegedly killed by French Cameroun security operatives during rallies and protests staged by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Consortium.

Sesekou Ayuk Tabe with his entourage embarked on a visit to show solidarity and condolence to the families and communities of those who died on the cause of Southern Cameroons restoration ever since the revolution started some 11 months ago.

The leader visited Leicester in the Midlands and London where he held intensive and productive discussions with Southern Cameroonians residing in the UK. The Sesekou observed during his trip to Leicester that “We wish to remind Southern Cameroonians, friends of Southern Cameroons and lovers of Southern Cameroons freedom to stay at home in honour and remembrance of those Southern Cameroons soldiers that died for us to live as well as for Southern Cameroons children who have been starved to death through the policy of the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime.”

“It will be a landmark achievement and remarkable event for Southern Cameroonians to honour and remember BBC Mancho and all Southern Cameroons detainees who are currently still being held in Francophone jails.” Sesekou Ayuk Tabe noted that it is our duty to honour BBC Mancho and all those in French Cameroun jails by staying at home; no business and movement, both human and vehicular from Monday to Wednesday. The leader added that any meeting with La Republique will only take place after the release of BBC Mancho and all Southern Cameroons detainees.

By Chi Prudence Asong
Cameroon Concord News