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Monday, December 4, 2017

Ambazonia Crisis: Biya, Buhari speak by phone, ready to increase coordination

The French Cameroun dictator, Paul Biya has reportedly held a telephone conversation with the Nigerian Head of State, President Buhari, Cameroon Intelligence Report has learned from reliable sources in Yaounde. We gathered that Biya informed President Buhari  on the drastic measures to be taken by the French Cameroun army in order to decimate the people of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia painted by the Biya Francophone regime as “secessionist terrorists.”

An aide to the 84 year-old leader hinted the media that the Nigerian leader gave Biya the green light for French Cameroun soldiers to carryout cross border raids against Southern Cameroonians who have fled the territory into the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Biya told Buhari that the Southern Cameroons Defense Force has erected their strongholds in Nigerian territory and demanded permission for airstrikes in the Ikom Local Government Area. French Cameroun soldiers have gone into action slaughtering hundreds of Southern Cameroonians in the Manyu constituency.

Yaounde has summoned the French Cameroun ambassador to Nigeria for consultation as the battle for Southern Cameroons enters its second year. French Cameroun defense forces are currently staging a massive military operation and the entire Ambazonia territory is under close surveillance.

The decision to carryout the massacre in Southern Cameroons was reached after a French Cameroun conclave in Yaounde grouping,  Jean Baptiste Bokam, Secretary of State to the Minister of Defense in charge of the gendarmerie, Martin Mbarga Nguélé, delegate general for national security, the chiefs of staffs of all French Cameroun army units, generals and commanders of the four joint military regions, generals and commanders of the gendarmerie and senior officers and commanders of certain specific operations, including the commander of  Bir (Rapid Intervention Battalion) and that of the Gp (Presidential Guard).

By Rita Akana in Yaounde for CIP