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ADF Captures a Colonial Military Intelligence Officer

The Office of the leader of the AGC, Dr. Cho L. Ayaba is announcing the capture and detention of a Senior Military La Republique Intelligence Officer, who works with the colonial forces of La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) by elements of the ADF on routine patrols on ground zero. This news is contained in a shot released made to the public by the AGC leader.

According to the AGC leader, they will be seeking to exchange the said captured intelligence officer with key Ambazonian heroes in LRC gulags notably; Numvi Walters, Tatih Ngu Njousi Abang, Mancho Bibixy and 296 others. The release read thus:

I want to inform our people that the ADF has transferred to the custody of the AGC, a senior Cameroon military intelligence officer captured during routine patrols. The AGC will be seeking to exchange this prisoner with Numvi Walters, Tatih Ngu, Njousi Abang, Mancho BBC and 296 other detained Ambazonians.”

Ayaba Cho, CIC AGC

BaretaNews is still following up this developing story, but we strongly think that it will be a very good development if our investigation confirms the story. Whatever must be done to keep the momentum of the revolution up, should be done and the groups involved in such actions, if credibly ascertained should be appreciated, so long as the actions further puts Ambazonia in a position of strength in the event of any negotiations.

Ambazonia already has a government and the Defense and Homeland Security wing of that government must not shy away in collaborating with all self-defense groups to carry out actions on ground that are aimed at defending the Homeland and forcing LRC to pull out of our territory. BaretaNews platform thinks that a coordinated joint defense groups will have huge financial power and its effect will be huge. It is our call again for the Defense Department of the IG to continously do everything they can do to ensure a collaborative platform of all these defense groups. Likewise leaders of the defense groups must bury hatchet, ego look at the greater picture and do everything possible within their means to come to a defense compromise.

The colonial administrators must not be allowed to have sound sleep in our territory at this juncture. Not when the people are under continuous brutality and mayhem. As the territorial integrity of LRC is sacrosanct, so too is that of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Agbor James, BaretaNews Political Analyst.

Otto Ama


  1. LE WIXI

    November 27, 2017 at 1:40 PM

    You want to exchange one prisoner against 296 plus detainees? except that prisoer is Paul Biya!!! Massa wuna change strategy

    • Chiangpah

      November 28, 2017 at 1:11 PM

      Useless Prick!

  2. Fotoh Paul Ebong

    November 27, 2017 at 9:24 PM

    show us the picture of this prisoner, let him make a telephone call to la republic and let the government spokeman confirm. Then we shall give money because the question here is more about contribution to the coffers of AGC than strategically looking at the struggle.

  3. George

    November 27, 2017 at 10:33 PM

    Instead of taking those criminals hostage we should focus to economical harm la Republique. Biya doesn’t care for an individual soldier. But if he lacks money pains him.

  4. Pompidou Mensah

    November 28, 2017 at 1:14 AM

    George, you are right, the strategy should be to distract this dictator, by encouraging his enemies all over his territory and tribes, this will force him to remove his unprofessional armed thugs from our nation. Why publish this story now without first getting the facts. Please try to act as a PROFESSIONAL Newsgroup, FACTS FIRST, NO GOSSIPS or enticing your readership with unproven facts. This ADC guy Akwanga, I don’t know if he is secretary of Defence. It will be nice if Baretanews could always list the names of all Secretaries of State at every publication for all to see. New people come onboard every day and need to have an official list of our government and on all social media.

  5. Pompidou Mensah

    November 28, 2017 at 1:19 AM

    Correction I meant Ayaba Cho not Akwanga. Is this Ayaba Cho secretary of defence?

  6. Malis

    November 28, 2017 at 3:08 AM

    All I will say to AGC is that they should keep it militaristic and professional.

    It is very clear that France is now in direct command of the military of LRC, we also know that there are agents from other African countries right now in Amber land but they are not producing the result that France wished, for all our people that these agents abduct are of no use to France.

    This is a move we very well welcome for we know they are the master of evil, genocide, child and women murders but somehow they are unable to execute their barbarism this time. Their own master tricks is waiting for them. Their direct involvement is exactly what we want.

    What ever the case, from analysis of past history, what ever France give directly the commands, then you know things are not working at all as they wish.

    Biys’s faith has already been sealed, what that is no one knows.

    France now has two problems, the obvious one in Ambazonia, the not so obvious one in LRC.

  7. Phianky

    November 28, 2017 at 9:29 AM

    Shame that this platform is becoming a cheap propaganda outlet for AGC and Ayaba Cho 419

    • George

      November 28, 2017 at 10:34 AM

      Bro, me I personally stand behind our IG. Nevertheless there are other groups which have the same goals. The duty of a newspaper is to show different perspectives for an issue. Otherwise you can call it propaganda. 56 years of dictatorship and suppression has closed our eyes for democracy. We need to accept that we human beeings are different. We have different political views. Different approaches to solve problems. I want to live in an Ambazonia were we can accept different views. A place where we can argue freely.

      • Phianky

        November 29, 2017 at 12:26 AM

        there are other groups but AGC/ACYL are 419 scammers

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