Thursday, December 12, 2019

Attack on the CAMAIR-CO aircraft: Paul Ayah Abine disowned Atanga Nji

Following the attack of a plane of the airline Camair-Co, the former magistrate, today lawyer, puts in doubt the official version which accuses the secessionists of the Ambazonie to be the author of it.

In a succinct analysis, published on social networks, Paul Abine Ayah demonstrates the 'inconsistencies' in the version of the rulers. 

"In the recent case of a shooting on the Camair-Co aircraft at the Bamenda military base, called AIRPORT by a bad name, the government and its substitutes automatically attributed all this to the fighters of Ambazonia. Fake and selfish, they called on an Alain Roosevelt Tidjio to publish the photo of a person who severely tortured a member of the team who attacked the Camair-Co aircraft, "he said. 

The entirety of the analysis as offered by Cameroon Web

The English-speaking war has been one of the most terrible and worst wars of scorched earth in recent times. His lawsuits have violated all rules of engagement! We must be brave enough to be one with those who call it GENOCIDE: the indiscriminate murder of members of a group! 

We propose to spare ourselves references to specific episodes documented and celebrated to support awareness. But it suffices here to say categorically that the regular forces have had the exclusive use of airspace; and as a result, the identity of the perpetrators of shooting unarmed civilians in flight can never be reasonably doubted.

As part of the continuing war, civilians were also burned alive; food deliberately destroyed; hospitals and schools were intentionally burned; the wounded killed in cold blood; wounded released from hospitals and executed in summary execution (extrajudicial killings); humanitarian organizations were prevented from providing basic necessities to civilians trapped in the war; and what have you ... 

Some government ministers and other official agents have also created FABA AMBA fighters, often unidentifiable; self-defense groups and other irregular combatants who committed atrocities that the government and its agents were quick to blame for the Amba fighters - very often before the initiation of an investigation - where a investigation has never begun. 

Even if, in the final analysis, people know who is responsible for which crime, the official version systematically exonerates the regular forces. In the recent case of a shooting on the Camair-Co aircraft at the Bamenda military base, called AIRPORT by a bad name, the government and its substitutes automatically attributed all this to the fighters of Ambazonia. In preparing their fictitious and selfish case, they called on an Alain Roosevelt Tidjio to publish the photo of a person who seriously tortured a member of the team who had attacked the Camair-Co aircraft. 

For fear that the government will soon find itself mingled with an ignominy similar to the veracity of their grotesque lie that women and children, summarily executed in the Far North region, were killed in Mali, Tidjio was responsible for removing the post overnight. At that time, however, our database had already stored the story. Their unsuccessful action to conceal was due to the fact that some international aviation organizations had begun to ask about the attackers from available satellite photographs ... 

The long and short history of this one is that the government has a heavy burden to unload for a number of reasons: -

1 To prove that the real Amba hunters have the weapons sophisticated enough and the ability to hit an airplane in flight 

2 To prove that the real Amba fighters know the military tactics necessary to infiltrate a military base, successfully conduct bold military operations against the elite force of the BIR and withdraw without any confrontation. 

3 To prove that the small Chinese plane MA60 actually carries and carries 243 passengers on the fateful day. If this is not the case, if the lie in the number of passengers is not, logically, revealing the gross untruth surrounding the entire attack. 

THE SCALES WERE STILL TOO!

Source: camerounweb.com