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Ambazonia War Of Independence: Colonial Regime Shoots Itself in The Leg



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Ambazonian War Of Independence: Colonial Regime Shoots Itself in The Leg

By Mbah Godlove.

French Cameroun has suffered severe economic damage following a recent military decision that technically imposed a state of emergency in Bamenda, capital of the Northern Zone.

A communiqué signed recently by some military commanders revealed that an operation would be carried out by colonial defense forces to secure civilians and their property.

Less than 48hours after the order, the economy of the occupational regime is bleeding owing to the grounding of some commercial activities in the city.

The regime has been unable to collect taxes from major traveler agencies because vehicles have not been able to leave or enter in the past days.

Businesspersons have equally been unable to make informed decisions owing to the state of uncertainty in Bamenda.

Some business owners simply took a holiday as the drama between Ambazonian fighters and colonial forces intensifies.

The lamentable economic constituencies of shutting down Bamenda is said to have badly affected the Biya regime.

Pro-independence fighters however remain confident as they face up the unruly soldiers of French Cameroun at this crucial stage of the people’s revolution.

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  1. Felix Bongjoh

    September 12, 2020 at 1:17 AM

    At this stage, Cameroun is displaying the kicks of a whining dying horse on frail legs with no shrub nor tree to lean on, as it collapses on thorny grass. For Cameroun, this phase of the Ambazonia war of independence is one of saving face, as the corrupt murderous country is spectacularly defeated on the battleground. Today, Cameroun’s youth in Douala and elsewhere, disgruntled over Biya’s repressive longevity in power, carried out a nationwide campaign requesting Paul Biya’s immediate departure after over 60 years with nothing to boast of. Ambazonians can do much better than yielding to their servitude in a country that considers Southern Cameroonians (Ambazonians) as second class citizens. That is why the world’s family of nations has long held the view that Ambazonia’s self-determination and independence is the only solution to the crisis.

  2. Sunshine

    September 12, 2020 at 2:29 AM

    Keep out biya’s regime and his acolytes from Southern Cameroon after 1 October 2020.

    After biya is forced out of office, the one who takes over will kill more Ambazonians to keep things as they were in biya’s 38 year reign. This is because 70 percent of east cameroun income comes from Southern Cameroon. What Ambazonia needs to do is to be ready to keep out all of biya’s administrators from West Cameroun when the fighting starts east of the Mungo on September 22, 2020. ON October 1, all Ambazonians must come out to confirm their independence, then move out to BUEA and BAMENDA gorvernors office to enforce the takeover of Ambazonia from french cameroun crooks. Ambazonians must be fast but ready to defend themselves. Buy your Amba bonds and subscribe to the war Draft to keep our restoration forces battle ready. biya is a coward and cannot survive this one!

  3. Felix Bongjoh

    September 12, 2020 at 5:06 AM

    Adolphe Lele Lafrique and Okalia Bilai, the so-called Biya-appointed governors of the Savanna and Atlantic Zones of Ambazonia respectively must be chased out. This is the most appropriate moment, as it will mark the end of the fraudulent occupation of Ambazonia orchestrated by Ahmadou Ahidjo since 1961. The final stretch is the toughest. And we must not be complacent with the gains we have made so far. God bless Ambazonia.

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