Saturday, June 20, 2020

NOSO: militia close to Atanga Nji, accused of abducting English-speaking businessmen

The virtual government of southern Cameroon says that armed militias supported by Cameroonian regime forces have attacked dozens of Ambazonian businessmen and women, including senior officials in the northern and southern areas of the Federal Republic of 'Ambazonia, while the Biya regime in power continues its repression on independence militants.

Vice President Dabney Yerima, citing sources from Ambazonia Intelligence, reported on Thursday that pro-Yaoundé armed militias posing as Amba fighters are breaking into their homes and demanding huge amounts of money from local residents. Bamenda, Kumba, Buea and Mamfe. 

Several innocent civil servants and businessmen from southern Cameroon are currently detained in undisclosed locations by armed militias created and sponsored by the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji. 

Last month, the leader of southern Cameroon in exile raised the issue of the Atanga Nji Boys in a letter to the European Union and the United Nations in which he observed that the French authorities in Cameroon were also preventing the head of the government. 'Ambazonia imprisoned, lawyer Blaise Shufai, to receive the appropriate medicines. 

Southern Cameroonians have been organizing ghost town operations and armed resistance almost daily since the start of an independence uprising in western Cameroon four years ago. The inhabitants of the south of Cameroon-Ambazonia call for a complete separation and independence of the Republic of Cameroon. 

The Cameroonian regime, in turn, has ignored the calls and continues its repression and massive persecution against the people of southern Cameroon and their leaders.