The Besongabang community in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland have resolved to raise funds to support all Ambazonian refugees currently in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Meeting in Stevenage for their final quarterly forum, the Besongabang citizens deliberated at the sitting and agreed that the Southern Cameroons struggle has hit them directly and strongly as 13 teenagers from their village were currently being held in a local prison in Mamfe by French Cameroun forces. Cameroon Intelligence Report understands the 13 have life threatening injuries.
The Besongabang UK General Assembly acknowledged that troops loyal to the regime in La Republique du Cameroun have arrested countless young men who aren’t allowed legal and proper representation around Manyu Division. The members of the prestigious and great meeting led by Mr John Agborsangaya were passionate about the crisis that has rocked the Federal Republic of Ambazonia caused by an illegal occupying French Cameroun army.
The Besongabang elements raised £500 UK Sterling Pounds including clothings that were also donated. At that session, the 45 member strong meeting pledged their support to the Ambazonia struggle and resolved to continuously offer unconditional financial and moral support financial to the interim government of the Federal Republic of Amabazonia.
The members also unanimously agreed that they would spread the news of the struggle by holding photo exhibitions throughout UK and Northern Ireland. Besongabang village is located in the Mamfe County and for many years has hosted a French Cameroun military base that has inflicted so much pain on the people including hundreds of killings and rapes.
By Chi Prudence Asong in Stevenage, UK