The leadership of the Southern Cameroons Interim Government (IG) has warned Yaoundé against the continuation of its atrocious military campaign against the people of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, saying elements of the so-called Rapid Intervention Battalion including the French Cameroun gendarmerie will have to accept grave consequences if the war in Southern Cameroons persists.
Vice President Dabney Yerima in this week’s briefing that held yesterday in Den Hague, in the Netherlands called on the Biya Francophone regime to stop the aggression and occupation of Southern Cameroons, otherwise the risks of continuing the war are great and the results will be tragic for French Cameroun and the ruling CPDM crime syndicate.
Comrade Dabney Yerima revealed that the French Cameroun government is running a secret detention facility in Mbouda according to information confirmed by the Interim Government’s intelligence service operating in the Western region of French Cameroun.
Dabney Yerima added that the Amba Bonds Project will help Ambazonia Restoration Forces to continue to acquire military hardware and in the nearest future launch much harsher retaliatory attacks in case the French Cameroun assaults continue.
“Southern Cameroonians who are planning to stage elections in Ambaland and working with the French Cameroun assimilators seeking to bring the people of Ambazonia to their knees are doing a dangerous and unpatriotic job, and nothing but damage and harm awaits them,” Yerima pointed out.
“We of the Ambazonia exiled interim Government understand the level of suffering that our people are enduring as a result of the war and the activities of pro Yaoundé armed militias,” the Southern Cameroons second-in-command highlighted while calling on the Ambazonian people both in Ground Zero and in the diaspora to stay resilient in the face of oppressive French Camerounians.
Elsewhere in the Ambazonia Vice President’s Monday remarks, Dabney Yerima stressed that Southern Cameroonians should continue to invest in the bonds project and be ready for much difficult times ahead.
French Cameroun launched a devastating campaign against Southern Cameroons more than three years ago, with the goal of forcing Southern Cameroonians into a Francophone dominated union and crushing Ambazonia Restoration Forces.
The Ambazonia Interim Government estimates that the war has claimed more than 20,000 lives over the past three years. The war has also taken a heavy toll on the Southern Cameroons’s infrastructure, destroying hospitals and schools. The UN says over 4 million Southern Cameroonians are in dire need of humanitarian aid.
By Chi Prudence Asong in London