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Thursday, January 10, 2019

Ambazonia: dead city 'declared' as Ayuk Tabe appears in court today

English-speaking Diaspora activists and secessionist fighters in English-speaking regions have declared Thursday, January 10, a dead city in the English-speaking area of ​​the country.

In a briefing note circulating early this week, the acting president of the virtual state of ambazonia invited all residents of English-speaking areas to stay at home.According to Samuel Sako, every time he has an English-speaking audience incarcerated in the context of the Anglophone crisis, this day will be declared a ghost town.

In addition, separatist fighters have threatened to burn tires along city roads to avoid any economic activity.

Self-proclaimed President of Ambazonia, name of the independent state that the separatists want to create in English-speaking Cameroon, Mr. Ayuk Tabe and 46 other English-speaking activists were arrested in Nigeria then extradited at the end of January in Cameroon.

Recall that these separatist leaders had rejected during their previous trial on December 6, the Cameroonian nationality before the military court of Yaounde.