Amba Fighters Send Warning Signals As Lockdown Draws Near
Movements have been momentarily halted by pro-independence fighters in Muyuka as the September lockdown date draws near.
Sources in the area say Ambazonia fighters mounted barricades around 2 pm on Thursday, August 29, where they have been sensitizing locals on the need to actively respect the impending shutdown of the territory beginning next Monday.
A taxi driver told BaretaNews moments ago that Republique du Cameroun’s forces have visited Muyuka about five times in the past five hours but failed to break through the heavily armed and brilliant warriors who are seemingly bent on liberating the homeland.
The colonial forces of the Yaounde regime, we have learned, began spraying bullets around Ekona following the frustrated Muyuka expedition.
Muyuka is a local government area in Fako county of the Southern zone. The area which has largely been under the command of restoration fighters has witnessed several confrontations between amba boys and the military.
On May 20 this year, the brutal enemy soldiers of La Republic du Cameroun raided the locality and killed four-months-old baby Matha Mbuh. The blocking of the Kumba Muyuka stretch of road is a foretaste of what Ambazonian fighters have instore as the September 2-6 and 9-13 deadline gets closer
By Mbah Godlove