AMBA: Babessi As received August 13, 2018 A convoy of BIRs protecting parliamentarian Musa from Bamali travelling to Babessi was ambushed this morning along the road through the Babungo rice fields. There ensured transport chaos. Unconfirmed reports of 4 casualties. End ...
CANADA AMBAZONIANS SEND WARNING NOTE VIA LRC HIGH COMMISSIONER SOLOMON AZOH-MBI TO paul biya
Southern Cameroons Crisis: Canada feels the anger of the Diaspora, 13, August 2018
Southern Cameroonians in Canada have called for the Cameroon government, the United Nations, Canada and the world to investigate and help find solutions to the ongoing crisis in Cameroon. The call was made during a joint protest organized by the Southern Cameroons Relief Organization (SCRO) for Southern Cameroonians in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal which took place on August 10, 2018.
The protest began at the Cameroon High Commission in Canada with protesters singing both patriotic and sorrowful songs with placards in their hands carrying messages like, “enough is enough, say no to dictatorship”, “stop genocide in Southern Cameroons”, “stop raping our women” and many more.
A casket was also brought out as part of the protest materials. Protesters could be seen wailing over the coffin for those who have been killed, raped and jailed unfairly in Cameroon. While the protest continued in front of the Cameroon High Commission, with no official stepping out to talk to the protesters, the protesters brought down the Cameroon flag that was hoisted.
This act caused the officials to come out of the office, with the High Commissioner to Canada, Solomon Azoh-Mbi, taking the lead to frown at the act. There was nothing he could do as protesters kept singing at the top of their voices “no violence”. He walked away from the scene and came out for the second time to witness the Cameroon flag being burnt and the Southern Cameroons (Ambazonia) flag being hoisted.
Feeling they had passed on their message – though the officials made no statement – , the protesters left the premises heading for the United Nations (UN) representative’s office. While there, a petition was handed to the National Development Director, James D. Lee, who in turn called on the protesters to keep asking for what is right while waiting for a response from the UN. He promised to present their demands to the United Nations. The protest continued to the streets and ended at the Parliament Hill.
In an interview during the protest, the Vice President of SCRO said that that the protest aimed to create awareness among Canadians, the media and the international community of the genocidal atrocities being committed by the country’s army which has invaded and occupied the two English-speaking regions. Mr. Hippolyte Asaah said that more than a hundred villages had been burnt down, over 120.000 people internally displaced and many women and girls were being raped on a daily basis by the military which also carries out summary killings of men and families.
Also, the Secretary General of SCRO, Khumbah Efuange, said that it was not only Cameroonians in Canada who came out to protest, but also friends from Canada, Jamaica and Chad living in Canada, adding that if things did not change for the better, the protests would continue. He suggested that another protest might be organized on October 1, 2018; a day considered as Southern Cameroons Independence Day.
The Southern Cameroons Relief Organization (SCRO) was formed out of necessity by some Southern Cameroonians in Toronto in February 2017 to investigate the problems in Southern Cameroons and chart a way forward. The organization has, since creation organized two protests in Toronto and four in Ottawa. It has also been raising funds to assist Southern Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria. Officials of the organization used the occasion to report that the Nigerian government had not released a container it sent to Nigeria to help refugees meet some of their needs. They called on any one who can assist to contact the organization at: email@example.com.
Weekend massacre. This bombardment resulted from a tip off by a black leg. Some 3 active youths died in this cameroon military useless cross fire.
The community has taken draconian measures to deal with black legs andthe Biya military intruders.....
Lrc military deliberately used matchets to mow and cut down food crops in a farm next to their check point in Takijar in Bui county this weekend after burning down villages and food crop markets in some areas. The on going human ' material and economic lost inflicted on southern cameroonians is unbearable.
Fellow comrades, word has reached me from trusted sources that some misguided Commanders of GZ self defense forces have been contacted and are currently trying to convince others to go hold a private meeting with the SDF Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi at his Ntarikon Palace, purportedly to discuss the state of the struggle.
Let it be known, that any person or group of persons going to any such meeting is moving directly into a trap. LRC soldiers have already been alerted and will trail the said "Amba Boys" when they leave Fru Ndi's compound and have them killed at different far off locations in attempts to distance Fru Ndi from the plot.
Some SDF officials allegedly linked to the plot have been told that the secret objective of the meeting is to give Fru Ndi an opportunity to negotiate a truce with them during the campaign and election period, whereas in effect it is a vast conspiracy to completely kill the boys once and for all.
Let this message circulate until it reaches all ground Commanders in efforts to avert an impending disaster.