Biya Regime’s Shameful Kidnapping of Children in Bamenda
President Biya is now letting the Francophone dominated Secret Service play a major part in the brutal human-rights abuses perpetrated by the Cameroon government army in Southern Cameroons. The French government of Emmanuel Macron is encouraging it to deceive international public opinion.
The Biya administration is empowering Territorial Administration Minister, Paul Atanga Nji knowing full well that he is a criminal, a murderer, a tyrant, and a sponsor of terrorism. Today he has helped fake the kidnapping of several children in Bamenda the chief city in the North West region in Southern Cameroons. Senior Southern Cameroons media gurus who are also very experienced in intelligence gathering have examined the video aired by the Atanga Nji militia and it is evidently clear that:
The voice of the person asking the students to speak louder sounds more like someone from the North of French Cameroun. There is also a female voice heard in the background of the video. It is vital to note that the children are neatly dressed in a dirt earth sundry block room. That tells the world that they were put there solely for the purpose of making a statement which was intended to implicate the Ambazonian Restoration Fighters.
This begs the question: Given the chaotic environment in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, is it possible for Amba fighters to pick these children up from different locations as they stated?
If they were picked up under stress and panic, why do they look so clean with no dirt or scratches on them? The international community should know that these are children from schools guarded by French Cameroun soldiers. The parents whose names the children mentioned should call the schools and demand to know where their children are.
Chi Prudence Asong and Ebini Christmas
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