ARCC Petitions West Virginia Congress
Delighted to report that the Ambazonia Recognition Collaborative Council (ARCC) on Wednesday, May 30, hand-delivered a petition to three members of West Virginia’s Legislature appealing through the trio to the entire state legislature on the following five points:
1. Call for an immediate and unconditional end to “targeted killings” highlighted nearly a fortnight ago by the US Ambassador to Cameroon Peter Henry Balerin (themselves part of a worrisome spike in genocidal violence by terrorist forces of LRC on Ambazonians;
2. Plead with the West Virginia Congressional Delegation in Washington to request the production and dissemination to Members of Congress of a Briefing Paper on the Cameroons ahead of the Hearing on the Cameroons planned for the coming weeks and with a view to ensuring that Members of Congress make informed decisions on the annexation war in the Cameroons;
3. To call on Congress to reaffirm and uphold the US vote in 1961 in favor of the independence of Ambazonia, including calling on Washington to recognize Ambazonia as Africa’s youngest nation;
4. To end all material, logistics, training and/or financial support to the Biya regime, notably ending any US taxpayer funding to the terrorist BIR forces in keeping with the Leahy Law which forbids funding to regimes (like Mr. Biya’s) which violate human rights;
5. And, to advise against any other support from the USA to Cameroon as this exposes the United States to the same reputational risks as eventually got France to unwittingly or willingly become the main sponsor of the 1994 Rwanda Genocide.
The petition along with copies of the seven-page Word document with a report carrying pictures of the latest massacres across parts of Ambazonia was hand-delivered in the town of Harpes Ferry, WV, by MoRISC Spokesperson Ntumfoyn Boh Herbert to Delegate Riley Moore (R-Jefferson 16), Delegate Jill Upson (R-Jefferson 65) and Senator Patrica Rucker, (R-Jefferson 16).
God bless Ambazonia!