It has been revealed that the Biya Francophone regime is planning to arrest the leader of the Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Governing Council, Sesekou Ayuk Tabe. The South West Governor told a CPDM board of inquiry late yesterday that he has ordered the arrest of Sesekou Ayuk Tabe on his return to Southern Cameroons for pushing ahead with an independence day celebration deemed illegal by Yaounde.
The Francophone dominated regime has repeatedly said that the independence day slated for October 1 — which the ruling CPDM crime syndicate insists is illegal and unconstitutional — will not take place. The so-called National Assembly claimed on Tuesday that the Southern Cameroons Governing Council was responsible for the violence currently going on in West Cameroon.
French Cameroun Secret Service officers have engaged in arresting hundreds of Southern Cameroonians who are involved in any preparations for the October 1 celebrations and they could be charged with civil disobedience and terrorism. The Francophone governors of the both the Bamenda and Buea Provinces of Southern Cameroons have also been told to investigate any efforts to promote the independence day celebration and ordered a criminal investigation of Southern Cameroons traditional rulers and mayors who have pledged to cooperate with the October 1 event.
Southern Cameroonians have said they are ready to go to prison rather than give up this push for independence. The regime in Yaounde has placed key members of the Southern Cameroons Ambazonia Governing Council team organizing the celebration under official investigation. Organizers of protests last week have been threatened with charges of sedition.
By Rita Akana, CIR