Saturday, September 15, 2018

Ambazonia: the prediction of Paul Biya is realized!


"Things are clear for everyone, Cameroon is the victim of repeated attacks by a band of terrorists claiming a secessionist movement." Thus spoke Paul Biya on November 30, 2017 during an improvised exchange with the press. The Cameroonian president was returning from Abidjan where he took an active part in the 5th African Union - European Union summit.

Cameroon had lost six valuable elements of its Defense and Security Forces. Faced with these acts of aggression, the Head of State then promised to take "all the provisions to incapacitate these criminals and to ensure that peace and security are safeguarded throughout the entire territory. National territory ".

This resulted in a strengthening of the security system in the North West and South West regions. A process at the time poorly understood and criticized by a part of the national and international opinion.

Today the facts prove him right. As we can see, the motivations of the sponsors of the actions of this unhealthy enterprise are not at all to guarantee a better future for the populations of this two regions of the country. In fact, their goal is to get out of their pockets by selling the natural resources of this part of the country.

To be convinced, we can verify that in November 2012, the "Government of the Southern Cameroons", a small group of individuals located in the English-speaking part of the country, whose members are recruited mainly from the diaspora, have signed oil exploitation agreements with a nebula law of Belize and domiciled in Canada called Kilimanjaro Capital Ltd. Part of the money from this mafia deal is currently funding separatist militias in English-speaking areas.

Known about the deception, it is today the inhabitants of North-West and South-West who are at the forefront of the fight against these adventurers. Secessionist even today have against them the institutions of the United Nations system such as Unesco or Unicef. Those who no longer miss an opportunity to condemn the actions of these barbarians who include the violation of the right to education or for the enlistment of children in their fight with no way out.

Most strikingly, as a result of the United Nations system, even non-governmental human rights organizations, such as Human Rights Watch, which criticized the government over the management of this crisis, are today agree that the only security problem in Cameroon is not only the Boko Haram but also the secessionists that the state fights with professionalism.


Source: camer.be