The Southern Cameroons Governing Council has been receiving intelligence information from Francophone security chiefs in Yaounde, the leader Sesekou Ayuk Tabe has said. In an interview he granted Cameroon Intelligence Report in London on Sunday the 10th of September 2017, Sesekou Ayuk Tabe also revealed that the Southern Cameroons Governing Council will not hold any talks with La Republique du Cameroun until BBC Mancho and all Southern Cameroons detainees are released from French Cameroun detention centres.
Sesekou Ayuk Tabe further pointed out that the Southern Cameroons Governing Council has opened negotiations will all Anglophone groups involved in the struggle in an attempt to facilitate the building of strong Southern Cameroons state institutions. Sesekou Ayuk Tabe who is currently on a tour of Europe and the US, indicated that the governing council has made public a series of demands for political dialogue to begin between the Republic of Southern Cameroons and La Republique du Cameroun.
The leader praised the people of Southern Cameroons for their bravery in resisting the onslaught launched by the Biya Francophone regime and announced that Southern Cameroonian mothers will be staging a massive demonstration in all Southern Cameroons Counties this month. “We are disappointed with men like Chief Dr. Dion Ngute and Chief Tabe Tando including Prof. Elvis Ngolle Ngolle who are watching their own children being raped and killed and are going around the world saying all is fine in Southern Cameroons,” Ayuk Tabe said. “Southern Cameroonians are certainly up for an agreement with La Republique in the presence of a credible third party.”
Both the political elites of Southern Cameroons and La Republique have blamed each other for the stalemate in Anglophone Cameroon. The Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime representatives have criticised what they call “excessive demands”, from the outlawed Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium while Southern Cameroon’s Ayuk Tabe claimed the continues detention of Southern Cameroonians and the militarisation of Southern Cameroons counties were some of the main reasons that efforts to establish dialogue between the two nations have floundered. “What this constitutes is a monumental failure on behalf of Mr Biya and his shallow think tank,” he said.
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai
Cameroon Intelligence Report