The Vice President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, Comrade Dabney Yerima has said that the continues burning of Southern Cameroons homes by French Cameroun troops is a Biya regime’s policy to stifle the Southern Cameroons resistance and quest for independence.
The Ambazonia VP in a telephone conversation with our senior international correspondent, Chi Prudence Asong added that, “There are some Southern Cameroonians who are helping the French Cameroun regime to create problems deep inside Southern Cameroons to distract Ambazonians from the greatest danger posed by the occupying forces.”
Comrade Dabney Yerima assured Southern Cameroonians in Ground Zero that the international community has not turned a blind eye to their sufferings. The VP who is expected to decree a lockdown in support of Southern Cameroons detainees this weekend, further observed that the destruction of Southern Cameroons towns and villages by French Cameroun army soldiers is a policy that undermines the prospect for a just and lasting resolution of the three year-long conflict between the British Southern Cameroons and La Republique du Cameroun.
The Ambazonia Communications Secretary, Hon. Milton Taka recently condemned the killings of innocent Southern Cameroons civilians in the Akwaya sub constituency in the Manyu County and French Cameroun military atrocities in Menchum and called on the international community to push the International Criminal Court (ICC) into opening an immediate investigation into the French Cameroun army actions in Southern Cameroons.
The US administration and the Swiss government have not only failed to stop the genocidal campaign going on in Southern Cameroons that have forced thousands to flee, but also failed to hold the Biya regime accountable for its crimes.
Vice President Dabney Yerima’s remarks came after he received images of the charred ruins of some 70 homes dot the streets of Alatchu village in Cameroon. The houses were razed by French Cameroun government troops after violent clashes with Ambazonia Restoration Forces.
By Asu Isong in London