Federal Republic of Ambazonia: French Cameroun Governor imposes indefinite curfew
The French Cameroun Governor of the Buea Province of Southern Cameroons has placed the entire territory under curfew. The Francophone administrative authority prohibited the movement of motorcycle taxis, and the use of firearms including hunting.
Cameroon Intelligence Report learned that there are several other measures, including the banning of firearms during funeral ceremonies. The Biya Francophone acolyte also suspended the issuance of firearms licenses and the sale of ammunition.
This decision, which came into force on November 10, 2017, comes after the death of four elements of the defense and security forces on duty in the occupied territory recently renamed as the Federal Republic of Ambazonia by the Governing Council.
The Yaounde regime has blamed the killings of its security agents on Scacuf and the armed wing of the SCNC.
By Sama Ernest, CIR