Southern Cameroons Crisis: IG maintains ban on AAC3 0

The Southern Cameroons Interim Government (IG) says a ban on the so-called All Anglophone Conference (AACIII) slated for Buea the chief city in the Southern Zone of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia issued recently by Acting President Dr Ikome Sako remains valid.

In an audio message aired today by the Ambazonian Communications Secretary, Hon. Chris Anu, the IG clarified the decision to stage a 5 days ghost town operation involving the entire Southern Cameroons territory and further pointed out that Dr Simon Munzu has never been part of the Interim Government’s political calculations.

The Ambazonian Interim Government noted that the Biya Francophone regime and its acolytes were now behind the conference pushing the federalism agenda with Minister Paul Atanga Nji and Mayor Ekema Patrick both expected to deliver key note addresses during the conference mindful of their earlier opposition.

Chris Anu also said the 5 days civil disobedience campaign and a complete lockdown of the Southern Cameroons territory is to frustrate the French Cameroun government and its agents in Southern Cameroons. Cameroon Concord News gathered that the Interim Government surveillance activities conducted by the Secretary for Homeland Security have revealed that the AAC3 agenda has been adulterated and the outcome may have serious implications on the on-going Southern Cameroons revolutioN.

The general Southern Cameroons public is therefore advised not to patronize or participate in the said conference.

By Sama Ernest