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What Lesson Has Ambazonians & Leaders Learn from the Action of Comrade Milton Taka?

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What Lesson Has Ambazonians & Leaders Learn from the Action of Comrade Milton Taka?

The recent restructuring of the cabinet of the Interim Government of Ambazonia by the Acting President (AP), Dr. Sako Samuel Ikome, saw the dropping of the vibrant and eloquent Comrade Milton Taka, from the position of Acting Vice President. It is believed that comrade Milton was relieved as a result of the lack of trust from the AP, considering his supposed militancy in the newly established controversial Southern Cameroons Congress of the People (SCCOP) in South Africa, which has received a lot of disapproval from a good number of Ambazonians.

However, the reaction of the former Acting Vice President after being sacked from his position, has exposed him as a revolutionary comrade with high level political maturity, sagacity and servant leadership potentials. Mr. Taka’s reaction sends a clear lesson to Ambazonians that; in a revolution like this, you must not only serve when you are at the head of leadership or a member of the interim government.

It is important to note that before being nominated Acting Vice President, Comrade Milton, apart from his full involvement in the Amba revolutionary movement of Southern Africa, served the revolution as the fire spitting SCACUF Governing Council Spokesman for Africa and the Under Secretary of State for Communication. He was nominated Acting Vice president after the kidnap of the President, Sissiku Ayuk-Tabe and some of his cabinet members in Nigeria.

In his thank you letter to the 8 million Ambazonians and especially the leaders, Comrade Milton reminds Ambazonians and leaders of the revolution of the need to jealously hold and guard the mantle of activism at all times, which comes from the people. This should be done by keeping the watch words of honesty, revolutionary discipline, sacrifice and selflessness, gratitude, responsibility and accountability.

“I have been a very principled and committed activist and leader and that I will remain until we get to Buea and beyond. I remain a diehard Ambazonian soldier standing against the suppression and oppression of our people by the terrorist occupier. No one should wait to only act when they are in leadership; every effort by all counts. I extend gratitude to you all that continue to do your best to get every single Ambazonian join us and play a critical part to fast track our move to Buea. I thank you all who worked diligently with me as honest soldiers and leaders of our people.” He said

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By every leadership standard, revolutionary antecedents, and his professional and revolutionary credentials, Mr. Taka deserves to be within the revolutionary leadership circles. But haven’t been sacked by the AP for a more trusted hand, Mr. Taka understands that there are many Ambazonians like him with similar backgrounds and skills who can even serve better in his position but haven’t had the privilege to do so.

In a revolution like ours where the inability of different front line leaders to reach a common ground of collaboration has been due to the tussle for who controls what, Comrade Taka’s thank you letter sends a basic leadership lesson:

The privilege to lead, pull strings or to be in control of the people, cannot be gotten by might and power or because we are the most qualified and outstanding. It is a privilege that comes through the unmerited favour of the Supreme Creator and the overall approval of the masses – in this case the Ambazonian people.

If all Ambazonians and leaders could understand this natural principle of leadership emergence and develop respect for each other, knowing that every one has something reasonable to offer or contribute in the revolution, with every effort geared towards a free Ambazonia and its suffering masses, then there would have long been a done deal of collaboration and synergy, with very little frictions.

Are Ambanders and the leaders in particular ready to learn this lesson and jealousy protect the revolution for the sake of the people who are victims of Mr. Paul Biya’s genocide? Let your conscience answer the question for the good of Ambazonia and for Ambazonians.

 

James Agbor

BaretaNews Political Analyst

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  1. Mukong

    July 9, 2018 at 1:52 AM

    What is it about this Milan that some still refuse to see that he is a liability? It is unfortunate that Mr. Taka will allow himself to be a casualty of the excesses of Milan.
    Whatever the case Mr. Taka you are a true hero.
    Stay Bless.

  2. FOTOH PAUL EBONG

    July 9, 2018 at 5:49 AM

    If the IG is for the people and by the people, then its future will depend on the people not on the sentiments of of “some people”. SCCOP is an association and those who want to be part of it register as members I suppose. If you are not a member, why should you like it or hate it? What survey shows that the amberlanders you claim to disapprove sccop are aware of its purpose of existence? Don’t distract us with street discussions.

    The IG came to being through the creative art of Milan and a good host of others. Aim was to rally all Ambalanders to face the common enemy, greed and desire for power and money is the bloccage to such a lofty idea that was supported by many of us. Milan is as asset to Ambazonians and a thread to those who use the struggle for personal financial gains.

    let us challenge ourselves to grow and be factual, scientific and forthright.
    The behaviour of Milton is very mature and that is what we expected from the so call frontline leaders who have sponsored a worldwide campaign to blackmail and destroy each other because of their personal interest while our people are dying on the ground.

    No matter what the hell is going on, we shall never turn back. Every Ambazonian is an asset and we simply need to create the right space for everyone to act appropriately.

    • Richard

      July 10, 2018 at 1:14 PM

      Very well said bro.

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The 31st African Union Summit & Its Eloquent Silence on the Genocide in Ambazonia

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The 31st African Union Summit & Its Eloquent Silence on the Genocide in Ambazonia

The 31st African Union (AU) Summit recently held in in Nouakchott, Mauritania from the 25th of June to 2nd July 2018. At the end of the Summit, 8 resolutions were adopted. Examples of the resolutions include; setting up an African Continental Free Trade, Institutional Reforms of the AU, establishment of an African Union Development Agency, Peace and security in Africa, among others.

On resolution 4 which particularly addressed peace and security in Africa, the assembly reaffirmed its support for the imposition of punitive measures against those obstructing efforts to achieve reconciliation and peace in South Sudan, and the need to take major steps towards the restoration of permanent peace in other conflict-stricken countries, Libya, Ethiopia/Eritrea, Somalia, and Nigeria.

From the happenings in the Cameroons in the last two years, coupled with numerous calls by the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights and other Pan African Human rights Organizations for an AU position on the matter, the revolutionary conflict in Ambazonia, was highly expected to be on the agenda.

But interestingly and suspiciously too, nothing is mention in the resolutions about the Cameroons. A clear indication that the conflict was nowhere to be found on the agenda of the assembly. And so, from the beginning to the end of the Summit, nothing was mentioned about the ongoing genocide currently being perpetuated by the colonial regime of La Republique du Cameroun (LRC).

That was a diplomatic victory for LRC, the colonizer, isn’t it? The colonial President and blood sucker Paul Biya, had tactically boycotted the Summit, raising questions on whether he wasn’t acting an already prepared script that warranted him to stay away, so that his presence wouldn’t raise eyebrows among other member states why the issue wasn’t on the agenda.

If this is actually what played out, then fingers must be pointed at the AU Commission Chair, Chadian born Moussa Faki and the French President Emmanuel Macron, who attended the Summit. The French conspiracy against Ambazonia is already evident and so conspiring with a Chadian born AU Commission Chair to further frustrate the revolutionary course is possible.

Chad, where the AU Commission’s chairman comes from is an oversea French Province and has repeatedly provided military support to the colonial regime against Ambazonnia. There is no doubt therefore that the AU Commission Chair could have been successfully lobbied and corrupted to keep the Cameroons out of the 31st AU Summit agenda.

The silence of the chairman of the African Union, and President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, in the midst of this quack mire, a man who should know better, is also very suspicious and worrisome. In the midst of the current growing genocide by LRC and the threats to exterminate the Southern Cameroons people, President Paul Kagame should be the last African Head of State to be eloquent in silence.

The African Union may be trying to provide France and the colonial regime with another opportunity to try their new diabolic strategies to stabilize their colony of Ambazonia and maintain control over their people.

Unfortunately, these colonialists are mistaken. The people have risen and are ready to die for Ambazonia. No amount of French conspiracy and connivance with AU diplomatic institutions against the people of Southern Cameroons can stop the revolution.

The people of Ambazonia have taken total responsibility of their destinies and they are determined to ensure that they will this revolution to the direction they so desire. NO COLONIAL STATE OR INSTITUTION can determine the future of the Ambazonian people. NOT in this 21st century where the android generation is in charge.

 

 

James Agbor

BaretaNews Political Analyst

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Restoration Forces Deserve Better from Genuine Ambazonians

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Restoration Forces Deserve Better from Genuine Ambazonians

As the battle for the restoration of the independence of Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia rages on, Ambazonians at home and abroad must not forget to appreciate, support, respect and value the efforts of restoration forces who are standing and putting their lives in the frontline through leadership and in the battlefield. No one was prepared for this battle. Every Ambazonian is a victim of Mr. Biya’s arrogance and blood thirsty intentions.

It is therefore most important that the people constantly encourage and cheer those resisting La Republique’s AK 47 rifles with dane guns and have been succeeding despite the many challenges. Making a mockery, minimizing or under looking their efforts should not be a characteristic of any one who desires Freedom from the colonial fangs of the terrorist Yaoundé regime.

These are selfless gentlemen and women in the homeland, who have sacrificed their livelihoods and abandoned their families to fight the colonial regime in the streets and trenches. They deserve all the necessary respect and support from true Ambazonians. Unfortunately, the people have not given these foot soldiers the most needed cheers.

While some Ambazonians spent their time tireless working to see that they provide both financial, material and logistical support to the Restoration forces through their little contributions, others, who also desire the same freedom, have joined antirevolutionary agents by constantly making noise all over the social media, throwing confusion tantrums, trying to continuously cause division among revolutionary leaders and groups.

Some are desperately concen with promoting acts that stifle any effort that appear to bring understanding among different leaders with diverse opinions, strategies and ambitions. They are also busy exploiting different opportunities within the revolution to enrich themselves at the expense of those putting their lives on the slaughter stone of the colonial regime. The saddest thing about these group of Ambazonians is that they also want to be free from LRC.

Life is sweet, even in poverty. Certainly, there is no body who doesn’t desire to be alive and see a free Ambazonia. That is why even in slavery and hardship, humans still desire to be alive because when there is life, there is hope.

Consequently, for any individual who has decided to put his/her own life on the line for the freedom of others, it is a generous sacrifice that must not be taken for granted by any patriotic citizen or those who have refuse to put their own lives as a freedom sacrifice.

Already, many restoration forces have lost their lives in battle. A few day ago, six of them fell in battle in Boyo and Batibo. However, they did not fail to inflict casualties on the occupier before dying. Innocent citizens both young and old have also been ruthlessly massacred by the terrorist regime for no crime of theirs. Others died in the pains of raging flames. All these deaths, just because of one crime – they are Ambazonians.

As the revolution proceeds, BaretaNews at this juncture is challenging every Ambazonian, from all the leaders of different revolutionary groups, to followers and to the interim government of Ambazonia to prosecute this revolution with their true consciences. For the sake of the dead, whose spirits are still hovering over Ambaland seeking for freedom before they can rest in peace, the wounded lying in the hospitals, the deformed or handicap, the imprisoned, the refugees and IDPs, all actions in the name of Ambazonia must be carriedout for Ambazonia and for Ambazonians.

The diaspora in particular, has the responsibility to determine and define the direction of the history books about their role in this freedom struggle. They must honour, appreciate and generously support the sacrifice of the gallant freedom fighters and also with all the necessary resources – spiritual, moral and financial resources.

These are the only ways to tell the fallen heroes that they did not die in vain.

 

James Agbor

BaretaNews Political Analyst.

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The so-called Anglophone elites: The existential threat and the culprit of the quest for freedom for this new generation of Ambazonians.

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The so-called Anglophone elites: The existential threat and the culprit of the quest for freedom for this new generation of Ambazonians.

The Anglophone elites have been and remain the utmost serious threat to the people of Ambazonia. They remain the gravest danger to this revolution. They are the ones who are still binding Ambazonia to LRP by sitting in LRP’s parliament and government. Had these fools resigned and come home as President Ayuk-Tabe had pleaded with them to do in the eve of October 1st, 2017, that would have forced M. Biya to dialog (as was the case in Enugu in the 60s) and we would not have lost these many young Ambazonian souls.

So, in that sense, the so-called Anglophone elites who are still part of the LRP’s government today, and especially those in the parliament are solely responsible for the continuous killing of our people, due to their failure to stand up and represent the children of Ambazonia that they are supposed to represent in this estrange marriage of slavery with LRP.

These elites are the sell outs, the black legs, the existential threat to the people of Ambazonia and their quest for freedom. And they must now be held fully accountable for their unforgivable and irredeemable sins. There must be no mercy for them in this revolution, for we have lost too many souls because of their inactions or actions.

The Anglophone elite have betrayed the young people of this generation and constitute an existential threat to our people till this day. They must be called out for what they are and represent: the traitors of the people of Ambazonia. The house negro, the uncle Tom who refuses to free himself and his people from the bondage of slavery, colonization, perpetual enslavement and generational poverty.

These elites must be considered more dangerous than the enemy, because they live among us and are they are the enemy from within that we must now systematically root out of Ambazonia once and for all.

The souls of our young people who have died in the bushes and the fires of the LRP’s terrorists are screaming from their graves and this revolution must seek sprinkle the blood of these elites to redeem them. It is now their turn to be sacrificed at the altar of freedom.

These elites, by their silence have betrayed the cause of this young and vibrant generation of our people. They have sacrificed the blood of our children by not standing up for their people and call their slave master for restraint. They have failed us and we must call them out for what they are: The traitors of Ambazonia and they must be treated as such. Their names will be forever engraved in the dustbins of the history of Ambazonia when the dust settles.

Yang Philemon, Atanga Nji and others are a grave and existential danger to the people of Ambazonia and their quest for freedom. They are the number one enemies that must be extirpate and neutralized at all cost.

Their sins are irredeemable and their bloods must be used at the altar of freedom for Ambazonia. These people must be declared persona no grata in the entire land of Ambazonia forever. The blood of these elite must now be used as a ransom to water the tree of Liberty that the people of Ambazonia seek. So be it !!

“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants” –Thomas Jefferson—

 

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