Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: Sisiku Ayuk Tabe calls for a Peace Resolution


Former interim president of Ambazonia Julius Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, detained at the Yaoundé civil prison, responded to a letter from members of the United States Congress to President Paul Biya.

Through his Foreign Secretary, Carson Anyangwe, Julius Ayuk Tabe noted that the past three years have been "a dark chapter in the history of the English-speaking area of ​​Cameroon".

With thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of out-of-school and displaced children, he believes that it was time to really find a solution to this crisis that has shaken this part of the country for more than two years.

"The people of Ambazonia and their leaders are open to meet and work on all authentic initiatives proposed by the international community led by credible and well-intentioned organizations and countries which not only seek peace to return to the region but above all seek justice for the  people of English-speaking Cameroon, "he said.

 Press release below;