Starvation threatens hundreds of Ambazonians in crisis-hit Southern Cameroons 0

The Ambazonia Vice President Dabney Yerima has sounded a note of caution to the Southern Cameroons diaspora that several people in Ground Zero are already experiencing starvation if they fail to contribute to the Interim Government.

Following the next segment of the lockdown announced by Vice President Yerima after very serious consultation with the restoration forces in Ground Zero, the Vice President said the Southern Cameroons agrarian population for three years had been prevented from farming by the French Cameroun army.  

Citing the Ambazonia Interim Government intelligence sources in the territory, Comrade Dabney Yerima observed that the entire Federal Republic of Ambazonia will face food insecurity over the coming months and added that thousands living in the bushes are confronting severe food and medicines insecurity without sustained support from the Ambazonia diaspora.

The Southern Cameroons exiled leader also warned that the massive deployment of troops to Southern Cameroons by the Biya French Cameroun regime will continue to have deleterious effects on the humanitarian situation in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Dabney Yerima added that the three years conflict and lack of financial support from the diaspora to the Interim Government has ruined much of the structure that was put in place by President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe to resist the French Cameroun military and lowered the Interim Government’s ability to tackle the current humanitarian crises in Southern Cameroons.

Dabney Yerima further urged the Southern Cameroons diaspora to increase their financial donations in order to provide those in need in Ambazonia with life-saving assistance and to better equip the Ambazonia Restoration Forces.

“ I urge all Southern Cameroonians living abroad to step up their generous financial support to the Ambazonia Interim Government to enable the IG provide  long-term and durable solutions in our quest for total independence from French Cameroun.”

By Asu Isong and Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai in London