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Ambazonian AP Suspends 7 Members Over Noncooperation Issues










At least seven collaborators and diehard of the Ambazonian struggle, have been summarily suspended from duties and collaboration with the Interim Government (IG).

In a Press Release dated may 7 2018, and signed by the Acting President (AP), H.E. Samuel I. Sako, PhD, the suspended are reported to have refused testifying before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry (PCI), with relations to the abduction of the Interim President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, Sisiku AyukTabe and 11 of his cabinet members in Nigeria.

“All persons in the Interim Government who declined or who are yet testify before the Presidential Commission of inquiry are hereby suspended from the IG until cleared by the Commission. These include, but are not limited to, Dr. Ojong, Barrister Nalova and Mrs. Edith Ngang,” the release read in part.

The release also indicated that some other suspended, looked down on the IG’s commission, in providing relevant information, that will assist the investigation of the scenario that led to the abduction of the Interim President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia and 11 of his cabinet members in Nigeria.

“All persons of interest mentioned in the Commission’s statement as having refused or yet to testify who are current or former IG operatives, partners and/or surrogates are hereby excluded from any form of direct collaboration with the Interim Government until cleared by the Commission.  These included, but are not limited to, Dr.  Success Nkongho, Dr.  Ebenezer Akwanga, Dr. Cho Ayaba and Mr. Milan Atam,” the release read.


The full update of the PCI, as had been earlier sent, read as follows;

The Commission of Inquiry established by the Acting president of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia on the 25th of February to investigate the abduction of the Interim President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia and 11 of his cabinet members in Nigeria was fully constituted and well-resourced. The three-member Commission chaired by Mr. Blasius Awonsang here, by presents the following updates:

  1. that we have experienced year almost total lack of cooperation from key witnesses and persons of interest throughout our investigation. We requested participation and waited for responses from all witnesses and persons of interest for all this while. We expected thesis persons of interest to step voluntarily to the plate and tell US what they know that could be useful to afford US some answers to Ambazonians and especially the families of the abducted leaders.
  2. we have been unable to conduct interviews / questions, face-to-face gold virtually, with all key persons of interest. In this context, refusal to cooperate was either line – as in case of Mr. Atam Milan’s refusal to cooperate with our Commission for query unless he saw Commission’s terms of reference, and the scope and purpose of our investigation; gold indirect as in the case of Dr. success Nkongho, and my Edith Ngang who noted among other security concerns as their reason for not volunteering information to our Commission. Others like Dr. Cho Ayaba and Dr. Ebenezer Akwanga were contacted purpose did not respond to our Commission’s request for cooperation.
  3. concerning the two abductees that were recently released our Commission, through a third party, got barrister Bih Nalova’s contact number purpose it turned out to be unreachable. All attempts through intermediaries to get through to Nalova proved futile. We also tried in vain to reach Dr. Ojong Nkongho’s number. All attempts by Commission team to get information from the above-named persons summed up in frustration.
  4. It is our opinion that without judicial powers to subpoena thesis persons of interest to appear before our Commission this will be an exercise in futility. Our Commission hereby, recommends to the acting President to suspend all investigations. Our Commission may only continue with our soft probe to gather actionable data for the records, that may become useful whenever it becomes convenient to relaunch this very important inquiry.

Report Completed on 1st May, 2018

Blasius Awonsang

Chairman of The Commission

By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews



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  1. Jojo

    May 9, 2018 at 1:58 PM

    Really how can you suspend Ayaba Cho, the Butcher? Who is going to continue with your killings?

  2. Saa

    May 9, 2018 at 4:09 PM

    ‘jojo the joker’ just shut up your dirty stinking mouth.

  3. Bali Nyonga

    May 9, 2018 at 4:40 PM

    Even Among thieves there is a “chefbang”, rules & order.

    • George

      May 9, 2018 at 5:58 PM

      Hahaha you’re right.

      @Jojo: you should be rather concerned about your terrorist army which has already switched to full retreat mode

  4. Atem Bakia

    May 9, 2018 at 5:55 PM

    Good job, Presdent Sako!

  5. Mukong

    May 9, 2018 at 7:11 PM

    When face with a challenging situation like is the case now, one of the things we want to avoid is to over-react. The decision made here was partly driven by emotions.
    December 30th when a meeting was organized at Capital Height, Maryland in which His Excellency Sisiku Ayuk was the guest of honour, some of us were astonish that many in the D.C-Maryland-Virginia area who play roles in this struggle were conspicuously absent only to turn around and organize a reboot conference. Though still livid by this unacceptable behavior I believe in the law of karma as “We shall all reap what we sow in this life”.
    Rather than exacerbating this problem by making hasty conclusions, I think cool headedness should prevail so that we do not lose focus of what is important here; which is the sufferings of our people. If we can only concentrate on this, politicking will be secondary; so do your part to fund the resistance.

    • Shillah

      May 10, 2018 at 6:33 AM

      😂😂😂poor george assia. I thought u guys would be in buea by now. So was it caporal ivo the deserter from Bir u guys were counting on to lead the troops? Sorry to disappoint u but we got him n he is talking. Remember the 20 ambazozo we killed last week in diffa 5 km from kumba. That was his training camps. Watch the coming weeks n u will see

  6. T. Shalom

    May 9, 2018 at 7:39 PM

    Hmmmm! What so ever is cooking will end up getting ready. May the present I be careful less wolf in sheep clothing also do something funny. I mean are we championing here for who get Buea first with his group or Ambazonians getting to Buea as one Man. Wrong time for politics. It’s a shame.

    • George

      May 9, 2018 at 7:48 PM

      Non of them will be the first in Buea. Our brave young boys and girls on GZ are rendering right now the future of Ambazonia. They are the leaders. Our purpose shall be their full support.

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Kofi Annan: His Death, SCNC, Biya, The West And Ambazonia






Kofi Annan: His Death, SCNC, Biya, The West And Ambazonia.

Kofi Annan, in memoriam

We have received news this morning of the passing away of Kofi Annan, a son of Ghana and Africa, a statesman of the world. We salute the memory of Kofi Annan who personally achieved many things, including recognition as a Nobel Peace laureate in 2001.

Kofi Annan brings up many memories for us. He worked for a negotiated settlement of the Bakassi conflict. Our forerunners in the struggle lobbied him intensely on case of the annexation of Southern Cameroons by La Republique du Cameroun. Mr Annan even visited Cameroun to discuss our situation. His advice to Biya to initiate negotiation failed.

Being a son of Africa, Annan hoped that Paul Biya will work with the SCNC and other groups to adjust the state peacefully and resolve the root cause of the problem. But he left and nothing changed. Biya duped him. Biya promised him that dialogue will ensue and Mr Annan played his own part of the bargain to not criticise LRC much, to give Cameroun the chance to fix its mess. Lai lai to lai lai, nothing happened. Biya pretended to listen. He ignored him. But sadly too, Kofi Annan had failed to learn from his past failure. As Under Secretary General of the UN in charge of peacekeeping operations, Annan had failed to stop the Rwandan genocide, in which 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were murdered in 100 days. Mr Annan was also in charge when 8,000 Moslems were massacred in a UN safe area by Serbian forces.

Mr Annan was to some extent let down by the West. But he did publicly recognised that he could have done more to prevent those dark moments from occurring in our world.

Fast forward two decades. Successive batches of UN and world leaders have failed to address the case of the Southern Cameroons. Here we are today – in conflict, our people being murdered by troops loyal to the man whom Kofi Annan trusted, our women being raped, a genocide developing in our land, hundreds of thousands of our people displaced.

Biya scammed Kofi. Unfortunately, the story of this bloody struggle would be insincere without stating the obvious failure of the one African who held the office that could have saved our people from this mess and also preserve the husbands of the several women who are now widows on LRC’s side.

But Mr Annan knows the value of independence. Speaking about Ghana’s independence to a group in 2012 in Canada, he declared, “I walked away as a young man believing change is possible, even radical revolutionary change.”

The people of #Ambazonia #SouthernCameroons should take the hint from Mr Annan’s quote above.

As we mourn a great statesman of the world, a son of Africa, the world should seize the opportunity to examine one of the burning issues where they failed to empower Koffi to resolve the annexation of Southern Cameroons Ambazonia by Cameroun which has now turned into conflict and Africa’s fastest growing humanitarian crisis.

Biya duped Kofi. We hope Antonio Guttieres will reflect on this.

The independence of Ambazonia is non negotiable.

Mark Bareta

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Cameroons Conflict: Biya Hires Another US Lobby Firm







Cameroun Hires Another US Lobby Firm.

La Republique Du Cameroun Government has hired another lobby firm known as Mercury. The Mercury firm will provide Cameroun with media and lobbying support.

BaretaNews can confirm Mercury started her operation with Cameroun on August 1st, 2018 according to documents filed under the US Foreign Agents Registration Act.

According to the registration, the contract runs for 12 months, with the Omnicom agency earning a fee of $100,000 per month, along with a one-time $5,000 fee for legal and filing costs that provides lobbying and media relations support.

It should be noted that this adds to the $400,000 contract with Squire Patton Boggs, another full service global law firm.

This move has been taken lately to fight the Southern Cameroons Independence dream. Political pundits say the regime is in dire need to change the narrative and safe guard the face of Cameroun battered human right abuses in Southern Cameroons and North of its own country.

Southern Cameroonians across the globe have been tweeting calling out the law firm for trying to protect and support a dictorial regime of Paul Biya, Cameroun President who has engaged in huge genocidal acts in Southern Cameroons as his military kill, maim civilians burning homes with some alive. More than 120.000 Southern Cameroonians have been displaced internally with more than 20.000 others seeking refuge in Nigeria

This latest move adds to Cameroun frustration in changing the minds of the international community. A country ravaged by internal civil war, a fallen economy, lack of basic facilities could not invest such resources in dialogue which could readily end the war with less than what is currently being spent in the senseless war but rather decided to spend heavily to hire lobbyists to clean its dirty image and thus prolonging the conflict

BaretaNews however understands that the people of Southern Cameroons are not shaken by this move. Their unity, determination and focus between the diaspora and those at home shall see an independent Southern Cameroons and beat La Republique Du Cameroun out of Ambazonia (Former British Southern Cameroons).

Mark Bareta.

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Father Alexander Sob Was Murdered With A Silencer-Bishop Bushu








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Father Alexander Sob was murdered with a silencer

His Lordship Bishop Bushu, Bishop Of Buea Diocese has dispelled all rumours and Information claiming Rev Father was killed as a result of a cross fire in Muyuka a month ago. He said Fr. Sob was brutally murdered with a silencer.

Monsignor Immanuel Bushu said all these in his homily which is still ongoing today at the Regina Pacis Cathedral where the funeral mass of Rev Sob is being observed.

“Father Sob was with two other people in his car when he was shot at close range with a silencer gun. Where are these people who were with him? Fr. Sob did not die in a crossfire.” The bishop lamented.

We at BaretaNews holds it that, La Republique Du Cameroun Forces have been actively engaged in killing Southern Cameroonians including men of God who have become targets lately. It beats our imagination why the regime will target and kill Father Sob. Of course we know who are the owners of AKs and silencers.

The words from Bishop Bushu goes to directly shame Francophone Bishops who just yesterday on August 7th, 2018 issued a statement congratulating Biya’s regime forces for maintaining order while claiming that the Southern Cameroons self defense forces whom they called as “secessionists” were the ones doing terror. Now we see the separation of the Church itself.

May his soul rest in peace.

Mark Bareta

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