23, September 2019
Ambazonia Vice President Dabney Yerima says the position of most French speaking Cameroonians on what is happening in Southern Cameroons has been detached from reality ever since the beginning of the Ambazonia revolution three years ago.
The Southern Cameroons second-in-command made the remark during a telephone conversation with the chairman and editor-in-chief of the Cameroon Concord News Group, Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai late on Sunday, adding that spending hush hush money to shut down the Cameroon Concord News and Cameroon Intelligence Report face book pages and groups by the Biya Francophone regime will not stop the coverage of the French Cameroun genocidal campaign going on in Southern Cameroons.
Comrade Dabney Yerima further said that instead of working to achieve better living standards for French Camerounians, Biya and his consortium of CPDM crime syndicates continued to pursue a policy that served the interests of lobby groups in the United States.
The Southern Cameroons Vice President said there were a number of positive developments in the Ambazonia struggle that he will be making public in the coming days. Dabney Yerima also urged the chairman of the Concord News Group to seek legal advice in dealing with the closure of the face book departments in Concord and Intelligence Report and to continue to cover the war in Southern Cameroons.
Dabney Yerima said that the long-held unrealistic narrative promoted by the French Cameroun mainstream media outlets about events in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia had started to gradually lose its effect due to the good work by the Cameroon Concord News Group team.
Comrade Dabney Yerima observed that what is actually happening in Southern Cameroons requires a fact finding mission from both the United Nations and the African Union. He noted that the international community should adopt a different policy based on reality and not on what is being promoted by French Cameroun representatives in various diplomatic missions in Europe and the US.
By Chi Prudence Asong