Ambazonia Interim Gov’t warns Dion Ngute: “Don’t play with fire”
Operation commanders loyal to the Ambazonian Interim Government in both the Southern and Northern Zones have advised the Biya Francophone regime in Yaoundé against playing with fire after it was revealed Prime Minister Dion Ngute may stage a home coming visit to Southern Cameroons anytime soon.
Cameroon Intelligence Report gathered from sources deep within the Southern Cameroons Interim Government that Ambazonian Restoration forces were ready to deliver a strong response to any French Cameroun military convoy transporting Mr. Dion Ngute to the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.
We understand the 85 year old President Biya recently dispatched his Secretary of State in the Ministry of Defense in Charge of the National Gendarmerie, Yves Galax Landry Etoga to the Southern Zone to get a real assessment of the situation.
Yves Galax arrived the Southern Cameroons capital, Buea on January 14, 2019 and reportedly had secret security briefings from the leadership of the Gendarmerie Legion in the South West, Squadron No 80 and the Gendarmerie Post in Bonjongo. The Biya emissary was also at the Military Hospital in Buea were he got intelligence of the number of soldiers killed and injured in the Southern Zone.
A Special Representative of the Ambazonian Homeland Security Chief in Buea observed that the appointment of Mr. Dion Ngute was a move by the French Cameroun regime to test the Ambazonian Interim Government’s reaction. “Nonetheless, any act of provocation against Southern Cameroonians by the so-called Prime Minister Dion Ngute could backfire on French Cameroun as hundreds of Ambazonia fighters in the Fako County are ready to strike targets at Bongo Square”, he warned.
The IG’s Special Representative made it clear that Ambazonia Restoration Forces were the official self-defense organization funded by the Southern Cameroons Interim Government and therefore has the right to defend the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.
By Chi Prudence Asong with contributions from Sama Ernest in Buea