Biya has ordered the deployment of thousands of undercover military personnel in Bamenda and Buea, a source at the presidency of the republic has hinted. Our informant added that the special forces acting as secret service officials have been given directives to arrest any West Cameroonian citizen exhibiting any sort of violence, be it throwing stones, stopping another person from opening his/her store, burning the flag, carrying the southern Cameroon flag, or simply yelling at someone for not obeying the strike.
Cameroon Intelligence Report understands these military men and women are dressed in civilian attire to blend well with the local population. They have been told to show up in churches to spy and arrest those militating against the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime.
Information also filtered that many of the members of the elite force appear in torn trousers or shirts or native attire looking like a villager. The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society has issued a warning to all Southern Cameroonians to be extremely careful and exercise non-violence in whatever they do. The Consortium recently revealed that If West Cameroonians see any suspicious person they have never seen before around their neighborhood or church, they should know that the said individual is an undercover military personal.
At the time of filing this report, we gathered that many Southern Cameroonians have been arrested and tortured by the members of the new secret service force created to stifle the Anglophone uprising. The presidency of the La Republique has also sent personal threatening letters warning the Anglophone Roman Catholic Bishops not to send out another memo in support of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium.
The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has again announced that strikes and the civil disobedience campaign will go ahead until our Southern Cameroon demands are met. In a statement, the Chairman of the Consortium called on “West Cameroonians not to allow the selfish ones among us to destroy our struggle.” It is vital to include in this report that ghost town operations will begin next week and will hold on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Southern Cameroonians are called upon to listen to leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium.
By Sonne Peter