Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Anglophone Crisis: Field Marshall narrowly escapes death.. Read his TESTIMONY

Field Marshall, chief of Lebialem's 'Red Dragons', is said to have escaped a 'well-thought-out assassination plot devised by the Cameroonian army'. It missed only a few centimeters the assailant who had entered their base.

According to the testimony of secessionist leader Kemi Ashu, who relayed the information, the agent who was to carry out the plot is a police officer posted in Buea. 

Camerounweb offers you all of its testimony 

The agent who was to carry out the plot had, on Sunday, February 16, called a number of Dragon generals to negotiate an arms sale agreement. He told them during the telephone conversation that he was in possession of three machine guns which he would like to sell to the Dragons. During the conversation, he managed to convince the generals that the guns were supper and that if they just transferred 100,000 francs to his account for prepayment, that he would deliver the guns the next day - Monday, 17 February. He seemed convincing to the Dragons and considering it was from Fontem and a police officer with unimpeded access to the guns, the Dragons sent him the deposit. In the company of another man familiar with the terrain with which he would meet the Field Marshall for the transaction, they left Buea this Sunday via Douala. The witness admitted that he had indeed seen the rifles - three of them with this policeman on takeoff from Buea. In Douala, he said that the police officer had decided to dismantle the weapons to facilitate transport, put them in a handbag before embarking on the trip. Once in Melong, the agent called the Dragons and informed them that he and his colleague would spend the night there to join Lebialem the next day only. he stated that the police officer had decided to disassemble the weapons for ease of transportation, put them in a handbag before embarking on the trip. Once in Melong, the agent called the Dragons and informed them that he and his colleague would spend the night there to join Lebialem the next day only. he stated that the police officer had decided to disassemble the weapons for ease of transportation, put them in a handbag before embarking on the trip. Once in Melong, the agent called the Dragons and informed them that he and his colleague would spend the night there to join Lebialem the next day only. 

Unbeknownst to the other traveling companion with the agent and the Dragons, he worked with the Cameroonian army, he was a decoy for them. A military convoy of five would leave Dschang that Sunday, travel to Azi, spend the night and, in its characteristic style, leave early in the morning to pick up the FM - this assumes that everything is working. The police officer therefore spent the night in Melong to buy time for the military convoy to go to Azi and spend the night. Like the soldiers, he would wake up late at night and continue the journey to arrive in Lebialem at 4 a.m. on Monday, with his companion. The plan - it will be suitable with FM where to meet, it will then communicate to the soldiers of Azi who would have already made their way near the surroundings at the time.

God in His mercy thwarted the whole plot. Firstly, the five military convoys which had left Dschang that Sunday and with which he worked, did not all go to Azi. Two of them exploded in Nchobeyari, leaving those who survived to spend the rest of the day caring for the dead and injured. Their mission was therefore sabotaged. At this point, the military contacted his police officer (since he had already gone so far), to proceed and spy on FM's location so that they could use the information at a later date to pick it up . 

But this is where the whole mission collapsed. The Dragons had watched his movements once they entered Lebialem. He first met the commanders, then the FM and its convoy. There was general excitement in the air, joking around hoping to buy more guns until something happened - when the FM asked to see the guns. Instead of opening the bag supposed to contain them, I held FM and I moved it away a little from the others before telling him that the guns were not with him, that they are in Douala. FM asked what he was carrying in the bag then? He said it was his dresses. FM asked to see the dresses, they opened the bag and discovered that there was only one pillow inside. His companion, who had traveled with him from Buea, fell out of favor. He was told that the bag contained the firearms which, according to the officer, had been dismantled in Douala for safe and easy transport.

After opening the bag and finding that neither the guns nor his robes were inside, it was then that FM began to think that he might have been sent. Suddenly, the question of why he had come there, traveling from Buea, occupied all the Dragons. They immediately placed him in pre-trial detention and began to interrogate him. It was then that I laid bare the whole plot. I confessed that he operated with the army. He said that without Sunday's ambush in Nchobeyari, the military could have come to the operation to take or kill Field Marshall. He added that he had conducted many such operations in the southern area, in particular in Ekona, Muyuka and Ekombe, which had resulted in the closure of food camps. For the moment, he remains in detention and the Field Marshall is saved. Both prayers work and we have to bring them up to heaven. 

Both fighters must be very intelligent. The idea of ​​trying to obtain weapons from the police, gendarmes or the LRC army should never be considered again. They are a trap. If they are not using the transaction to set up an ambush, they will insert GPS tracking devices there to track their location. The same goes for bullets, especially AK bullets. Both should avoid purchasing them from LRC security and / or military agents. It is a ploy that the LRC army used to kill many restoration forces.


Source: camerounweb.com