Southern Cameroons Crisis: Helicopter Attack Targets Governing Council Chairman’s residence 0

Latest report from the Manyu State in Southern Cameroons said that gunshots were heard around the residence of the Chairman of the Governing Council, Sesekou Ayuk Tabe in Ewelle village. Cameroon Concord News can now confirm that military helicopters fired the shots and destroyed the compound.

Meanwhile, there are several reports in Francophone newspapers that the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime has issued an arrest warrant for the Chairman over lame and ridiculous claims of embezzlement during his time at AS Sonel.  The Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Governing Council office has refused to disclose his whereabouts, saying he was at “secure location” in the USA.

Our Chief correspondent in Mamfe reported that martial law has been declared in order to prevent what the French Cameroun media painted as increased terrorism from the Southern Cameroons Defense Force.

French Cameroun Armed Forces have completely taken over the administration of Southern Cameroons to impose Francophone constitutional order and guarantee President Biya’s continued stay in power in Yaoundé.  All cross border trade with the Federal Republic of Nigeria have been abolished, CCN gathered from military intelligence files.

A well placed source in Buea confirmed that all airports in Southern Cameroons were now closed.

This item is still developing

By Sama Ernest, CCN