The deputy leader of the Ambazonia Interim Government, Dabney Yerima has warned French Cameroun political elites executing the genocidal campaign in Southern Cameroons that their tyrannical regime in Yaoundé is not going to last any much longer.
Dabney Yerima in a telephone conversation with our chief European correspondent Asu Isong pointed out that the determination and the willpower of justice-seeking Ambazonians will eventually prevail.
The comments from the exiled Southern Cameroons leader came after French Cameroun head of state Paul Biya told the world in the French capital, Paris that the France-Afrique policy of assimilation in Southern Cameroons has failed woefully.
Yaoundé has however continued its three years-long brutal crackdown on Southern Cameroonians by ordering the killing of thousands of innocent civilians on allegations of terrorism.
The United Nations has blatantly refused to condemn the atrocities committed by the French Cameroun military. The world body has opted for a kind of deliberate silence on the crisis. Scores of Southern Cameroons young men are being tortured and forced to take responsibility for crimes they never committed.
The United States government has voiced concern about the fate of Southern Cameroons civilian population including detainees who are being executed on a daily basis.
The Biya Francophone regime has maintained a heavy-handed crackdown on the people of Ambazonia. The French government and the Buhari administration in the Federal Republic of Nigeria have been helping French Cameroun in the crackdown. So far, some 20,000 Southern Cameroonians have been killed and more than three thousand others are in French Cameroun jails and detention centers.
By Chi Prudence Asong and Asu Isong in London