International Arrest warrant for President Ayuk Tabe, Anglophone top generals suspended from command positions for no announced reason
French Cameroun authorities have issued international arrest warrants for the President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, His Excellency Sisiku Tabe Ayuk including his top aides serving with the Southern Cameroons Governing Council. The revelation was made by a well-placed source at the Beti-Ewondo dominated General Directorate for External Research in Yaoundé.
“Several Ambazonia leaders are under international arrest warrants,” said a French Cameroun security source who strongly requested anonymity. Our source further hinted that European and American chancelleries have been called upon to implement the execution of the said arrest warrants.
Cameroon Intelligence Report gathered that the decision to issue arrest warrants was made after the violence of 1 October 2017, the date of the symbolic proclamation of independence of Ambazonia.
In the aftermath of that date, the Biya Francophone regime confirmed that 10 Southern Cameroonians were killed and the government attributed the deaths to police repression-a figure greatly contested by the Southern Cameroons Government including Amnesty International.
French Cameroun political elites say, the perpetrators of the ongoing violence in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia are none other than the secessionist leaders headed by President Ayuk Tabe. CIR has also been reliably informed that Southern Cameroons senior security chiefs in Yaoundé including General Ivo Yenwo and General Elokobi Daniel Njock have all been removed from their position of command. Our chief intelligence officer in French Cameroun is yet to confirm the correctness of this latest development.
By Soter Agbaw-Ebai, CIR