IG warns Biya: stay clear of Ambazonian refugee camps in Nigeria or face devastating consequences 0

The Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia is challenging French Cameroun dictator President Paul Biya to ensure that no highly placed Cameroon government official visits Ambazonian refugee camps in Nigeria. Cameroon Concord News correspondent in the US reported that Acting President Dr. Ikome Sako has ordered self-defense forces in the Manyu County to be on the alert and to arrest or kill any Biya regime official visiting Southern Cameroons refugees in the Cross River State in Nigeria.

Confirming the President Sako decision, Ambazonian Communications Secretary, Hon. Chris Anu told Camcordnews that French Cameroun army soldiers deployed to Southern Cameroons created the horrific  war that forced some 40, 000 Ambazonians to escape into hiding in neighboring Nigeria. Chris Anu further pointed out that the situation has changed as the Ambazonian Self-Defense Council Restoration Forces reasserted control, enabling the Interim Government’s presence to spread throughout Southern Cameroons.

Mr. Anu also warned that any visit of Southern Cameroons refugees in Nigeria by French Cameroun government officials was unacceptable.  The Interim Government is expected to issue a strong statement on Monday to the international community condemning any move by La Republique du Cameroun towards the suffering Ambazonian population in Nigeria.

Cameroon Concord News gathered that the Ambazonian Interim Government has established a new calculus that has to take place and French Cameroun has to understand that the Federal Republic of Ambazonia will not tolerate any French Cameroun political or military entrenchment in Southern Cameroons. “The consequences of visiting the Ambazonian refugees in Nigeria will not merely be to the French Cameroun government officials and their entourage but to the Biya regime and its forces in Southern Cameroons as well. I think it’s something that Yaoundé should consider very seriously, added Chris Anu.

By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai