After Biya’s 4th War Declaration, Cameroun Is Mobilising Troops For New Assault In Southern Cameroons



Cameroon says it is mobilizing troops along the country’s northern border with Nigeria and in the western English-speaking regions, following renewed attacks by Boko Haram in the north and separatists in the west.

Cameroon’s military calls for troops to assemble at its headquarters in Yaounde ahead of major deployments.

Defense Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Rene Claude Meka said 2019 will see Cameroon fight for national unity and territorial integrity.

He said they have re-mobilized the military to all trouble spots. Boko Haram, the Nigeria-based Islamist terrorist group, is again recruiting fighters in Cameroon and attacking our northern border, said Meka. Meanwhile, separatists fighting to create an English-speaking state have recruited mercenaries from neighboring countries to destabilize Cameroon, he said.

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  1. sunshine

    January 23, 2019 at 12:58 AM

    French cameroun is sending their so called bir to be butchered in Ambazonia. At first, biya thought he had the upper hand. Now we know his plan is to neutralize all Ambazonians. We are are not going to watch biya do this to us anymore. We shall use all means to protect ourselves from the deranged dog of etudi. The troop from france, chad and and french cameroun were not able to force Ambazonian Forces back. Let french cameroun stay in their ivory tower!!! They (bir) shall all be neutralized in Ambazonia!!! Ambazonians never wronged or committed any offence against biya or french cameroun. It’s biya’s wanton pride and arrogance that is killing our loved ones for daring to question his thievery and criminality in Ambazonia. The Lord, the righteous judge shall rescue Ambazonia from biya and his dogs of war.

  2. Ndifor

    January 23, 2019 at 9:07 AM


    • Mbeuh

      January 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM

      I like your choice to continue in slavery to Biya and his LRC nation. Better yet I like this choice, to free myself and others from the bondage of servitude to a French vassal State whose dictator knows nothing but pillage and genocide of resources and people who don’t belong to him. And if this takes sacrifice to do so, so be it. After all nothing good comes easy.

      In any endeavor to succeed it takes two or more to accomplish; (a) the fighting forces on ground zero and (b) emotional, financial and moral support from the diaspora. So stop this nonsense of yours always writing‘ ‘come home and join the fight’. In late Prince Nico Mbarga’s song titled ‘Music Line’, he ask quote, “if all pippo di trade, na who go buy?” Answer: NOBODY. To those who say it cannot be done like mr. Ndifor, I say DO NOT STAND in the way of those doing it. Long live a free Ambazonia.

  3. WataNaWata - Odeshi no work

    January 23, 2019 at 1:49 PM

    Coward Mbeuh…please stop hiding behind keyboard or smartphone, come to ground we see.


  4. Ghost

    January 24, 2019 at 11:35 AM

    I have written to Eric Tataw,AIG Sako Ikome and even Cho Ayaba on the fastest way to get indepence in 1 week with just three strikes but yet they still think it’s impossible to do it while our people die in numbers.sometimes they make me feel like their are acomplices to this genocide.Thats what we call in military language pre-emptive strike causing a lot of chaos in the enemy camp causing even the francofrogs to reconsider their support to the regime.

    • Fako Boy

      January 31, 2019 at 1:32 PM

      Ghost, why do you have to ask their opinion? Just go ahead and liberate us in 1 week and be a hero for ever.

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