There is tension in Ewelle village, the home of the interim Head of State of the Federal Republic of Amabzonia, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe confirming allegations that the French Cameroun government is plotting to kill him in Nigeria.
Cameroon Intelligence Report agent who is currently hiding in the forest says six trucks loaded with soldiers have stormed his home and questioned a very sick brother of the interim head of state. Women and children have all escaped into the forest and the village has been deserted.
But the killing of unarmed civilians in Ambazonia including the interim head of state, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe must not be accepted by Southern Cameroonians both at home and in the Diaspora. The French Cameroun soldiers drafted to Southern Cameroons headed by General Elokobi Daniel Njock come mainly from the Beti Ewondo clans.
On Monday, the French Cameroun army killed Ambazonians in Kembong, Egbekaw and Bache in Akwaya. The soldiers in uniform attacked Southern Cameroonian civilians in Besongabang, Otu and Eyumojock. The army fired live bullets at vehicles including that of a Roman Catholic priest.
A Francophone Member of Parliament was quoted as saying “It’s a pity that in a democratic setting like the one in Cameroon can turn the Anglophone regions into a war zone.” President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe’s sub constituency of Eyumojock has become a dangerous zone since the declaration of war by the 84 year old French Cameroun leader. We understand that the army has been sent to intimidate, harass and kill Southern Cameroonians in large numbers.
By Sama Ernest