Ambazonians Observe World Peace Day in Pain
By Mbah Godlove
Ambazonians have continued to call on the international community to look up to their plights as the world commemorates this year’s Peace Day.
For 6 years now, the people of Ambazonia have been standing up against discrimination by French Cameroun colonial authorities.
In the process of seeking justice over 30 thousand people have been killed and over a million displaced, with over 5 thousand languishing in colonial detention facilities under inhumane conditions.
The 2022 edition of the international day for peace has not been a good moment Ambazonians at home and abroad who mourn the resent brutal killing of a pregnant woman by colonial soldiers in Bamenda.
The said lady was removed from her residence and shot to death in brought day light.
Ambazonians have thus be wandering on when the ongoing mayhem will end so that they could for once have peace as a free people in their own country.
Some local organizations organized workshops to discuss on the effects of racism on peace building.
On this international day for peace, Ambazonians of all walks of live have been calling on the international community to come in and liberate them from French Cameroun’s colonial occupation.