Friday, November 29, 2019

Yaoundé - Diplomatic Visit: Secessionists are not interested

The secessionists doubt the sincerity of the recent peace mission of the leaders of the Francophonie, the Commonwealth and the African Union in Cameroon.

A coup de theater, retorts the closed circle of Ayuk Tabe in Kondengui, according to our sources. So says he, the high-profile visit of Moussa Faki Mahamat of the African Union, Patricia Scotland of the Commonwealth and Louise Mushikiwabo of the International Organization of the Francophonie is only a plan to the Nollywoodienne to deceive the vigilance political actors and Cameroonians. A plan that would be well oiled by President Emmanuel Macron. 

Indeed, the three diplomats said they are satisfied with the national dialogue and its recommendations made by the Biya regime to end the war in southern Cameroon. 

After a 72-hour stay, the three diplomats left Yaoundé on Thursday, November 28 without seeking to meet Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and Co detainees and sentenced for life for calling for the secession of Cameroon's NOSO. Contacted by the confreres of Cameroonintelligencereport, the Councilor of the former president ambazonien, anonymously, said it is shameful and scandalous for the entire Commonwealth, the Francophonie and the African Union.

Decisions are taken every day to solve the English crisis that lasts more than three years, but on the ground, barbaric acts continue between elements of the BIR and secessionist fighters with the lot of deaths and damages. The secessionists are talking about figures that the Cameroonian government is drastically reducing. 

"About 20,000 people have been killed, more than 280 towns and villages have been burned, more than 120,000 people are seeking refuge in Nigeria and more than one million people are internally displaced within their own country. in the forest and more than 3,000 people are held in prisons and detention centers. It is also reported that more than 4.5. Millions of people are at risk of famine, "the Ambazonia Ghost Republic leaders say.