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Ambazonians jubilate over capture of Flourence Ayafor’s murderers

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Ambazonians jubilate over capture of Flourence Ayafor’s murderers

By Mbah Godlove

Ambazonians have saluted the bravery of pro-independence fighters over the recent arrest of three prime suspects who are believed to have taken part in the murder of a prison warden.
Earlier last week, human right groups called for proper investigation into the beheading of Flourence Ayafor who was a wardress at the Bamenda central prison. As BN had earlier reported, the said woman was gruesomely killed by unknown gun men, while she was returning from attending a funeral in her native pinyin village. After thorough investigations, the spokes person of the Ambazonian governing council (AGC) Amabo Cecilia, has in a press release intimated that three suspects are in the custody of Ambazonian fighters.

“We inform the Ambazonian people, human rights organisation and the international community at large that the Ambazonian Defense Forces have arrested Three suspects in the Pinyin, Mezam State area suspected of brutally murdering and mutilating the body of Mrs Ayafor Flourence,” the communique read in parts. The restoration fighters according to Amabo Cecilia are poised on trying the accused strictly in compliance with Ambazonian laws.

” The suspects shall be tried in accordance with principles of fair trial and accountability, and with due consideration of the socio-cultural setting, the current context of the Ambazonian liberation struggle and the mission of the Ambazonian people to uphold human rights in and independent and sovereign Ambazonian state.” The arrest of the three men proceeded a press statement in which AGC’s president, Dr. Cho Ayaba entreated southern Cameroonains to collaborate with Ambazonian Defense Forces to prop into the issue and bring the perpetrators to justice.

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