French Cameroun Falls Shot of Troops in Ambazonia, to Borrow a Hundred from Chad
As the blood sucker Paul Biya falls short of soldiers and resorts to borrowing from Chad, can dessert prone Chadian soldiers fight in Ambazonian forests and Valleys of Lebialem? What actually has senior terrorist Biya used to convince soldiers of another country like Chad to come join him fight “his own” so called civilians?
The blood sucking dictator and power drunkard of Yaoundé, Paul Biya appears to be finding it difficult to believe that the foolish war he declared on the sovereign people of Southern Cameroons/Ambazonia is more than his colonial terrorist soldiers.
Despite losing more than a thousand soldiers so far in Ambazonia, the spilling the blood of more than four thousand innocent civilians and rendering others internally and externally displaced, the old dying blood sucker is determined to spill more blood, even if it means borrowing desert prone soldiers of Chad to come and fight in the forests of Lebialem County.
And so, reports from colonial military sources in Yaoundé, French Cameroun hold that a contingent of about 100 Chadian soldiers will disembark in Yaoundé in the coming days and head to Ambazonia to join other colonial terrorist forces for the intensification of Mr. Biya’s genocidal mission.
Colonial diplomatic agent Rene Emmanuel Sadi had last week met with the Chadian president, Idriss Deby to solicit the support of a fellow dictator in their war to wipe out the entire people of Ambazonia. If 100 Chadian terrorist soldiers are coming in the days ahead, it therefore means the Chadian President Idris Derby has decided to implicate himself by joining the list of ICC candidates after this revolution.
On September 22bd 2017 and October 1st 2017, police students of Chadian and Equato-Guinean nationalities were deployed from the police college in Mutengene to be part of brutalization and mayhem that took place on these two days. Recently, eye witnesses in Belo, Boyo County and Ekona in Fako County of Ambazonia reported the presence of white skin soldiers fighting alongside the terrorist forces from Yaoundé. All fingers pointed at the Western parasitic nation of France for deploying its troops to support the colonialists in their genocidal campaign against Ambazonia.
100 Chadian terrorist forces joining the fight against citizens demanding for what is duly theirs is going to be a repeat of history. The French government had brought in Chadians to kill the UPC nationalists during their quest for independence and Unification in the 1960s. This time around, it is Paul Biya who is inviting the Chadians to come join him sacrifice and spill the blood of innocent masses.
Inviting Chadian terrorist forces to Ambazonia is a clear sign that the hunting guns of Ambazonia have humbled the sophisticated AK 47s from French Cameroun. Their frustrations have repeatedly been seen on innocent civilians. As the 100 Chadians make their entrance into Ambazonial they should be aware that they are going into a land of no return. A battle field quite different from their usual Sahelian deserts, and so they should be ready to return home headless.
The spirits of our dead heroes and the Amba gods shall rise to defend the land from terrorist desecraters from Chad. Even those that shall be arrested alive may never have the opportunity to go back to chad. Their bones shall fertilize the soil of Ambazonia for fossils in future
BaretaNews Political Analysts
Six Years After, South Africans Seek Justice for Victims of the Marikana Massacre
The commemoration of the 6th anniversary of the Marikana massacre in which security officers fired at and killed 34 mining workers involved in a strike action demanding better pay, has been preoccupied with politics.
What is being considered as the bloodiest security incident since the end of the apartheid era in South Africa, with an additional 10 people killed in during clashed leading to the shooting of August 15, 2012. Two police officers also died as a result of the violence.
On social media platforms, South Africans have frowned on the total lack of accountability and the government’s inability to show empathy to the victims’ families, six years after the bloody incident.
In an effort to save face, the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party put out a statement, indicating the urgent need to implement recommendations made by the Farlam Commission. The statement reads ”There is no doubt about our commitment in ensuring that never again should such a tragedy befall our nation, and no stone will be left unturned in ensuring that measures are in place to achieve this.”
An inquiry launched into the deadly violence, led by retired judge, Ian Farlam, faulted the Lonmin mining company, the workers’ unions and the police for what it called a ”horrendous tragedy” and went further to make a series of recommendations to rein in various parties it identified as culpable for the tragic incident.
The Farlam Commission came up with the following;
-Public order policing policies be revised, including benchmarking ”best practices” for crowd control.
-Opening a criminal investigation of the police officers involved in the incident.
-Found out Lonmin mining company did not use its best endeavors to resolve wage dispute with workers despite being the world’s fourth largest producer of platinum by market value.
Thus far, six police officers have been charged with murder and attempted murder in connection to the Marikana massacre, they were granted bail in March.
South African frustrated by the delay to administer justice for the victims of the Marikana massacre, took to social media to express their discontentment in the slow process.
BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst
Burundi Sets 2020 Deadline for Plastic Ban Enforcement
Joining other East African nations, the government of Burundi has entered the list of countries that use of plastics has been outlawed. The move will officially begin in 2020.
A decree signed by President Pierre Nkurunziza on August 13, 2018, the country will begin the prohibition and the ”manufacture, import, storage, sale and use of all plastic bags and other plastic packaging.”
The ban’s enforcement will commence in eighteen months- precisely February 2020. The leeway period is to ensure there is enough time for the proper disposal of current stokes and orders already made, according to the authorities.
However, the decree further went ahead to stipulate there could be certain exemptions, especially ”for biodegradable bags, bags and plastic materials used in medical services, and in industrial and pharmaceutical packaging.”
As of now, just a handful of African countries are enforcing any kind of ban on plastics, among them are; Eritrea, Kenya, Morocco, and Rwanda. On a global scale, over 40 countries worldwide have placed a ban on the usage of plastics.
A UN report in 2018 indicates that the drive to combat plastic waste has produced mixed reviews. In Ghana, for instance, successive governments over the last few years have promised to deal with the growing menace of plastic waste and their disposals but have wholly failed in implementing an effective ban. Most countries across West Africa have a similar experience.
There’s a widespread ban of plastics in the Republic of Congo, but not properly enforced. Products are mostly sold wrapped in paper envelopes, foils and old newspapers.
BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst
FIFA Threatens Ghana Ban as Government Continues Interference on Football Activities
World’s football governing body, FIFA, has threatened the Ghanaian government over its plans to liquidate Ghana Football Association following the revelation of a video showing corruption by the investigative journalist, Anas Aremeymaw Anas.
The Secretary-General of FIFA, Fatma Samoura in a signed and released statement on August 13, 2018. said the football governing body was particularly concerned about the undue influence exerted by the government over the affairs of the GFA, in clear violation of FIFA statutes.
Part of the statement reads, ”Under these circumstances, the Bureau based on article 16 paragraph 1 of the FIFA statutes decided on 11 August 2018 that if the petition to start the liquidation process of the GFA is not withdrawn by Monday, 27 August 2018 at 12h00 (CET), the GFA will be suspended with immediate effect.
It went further to say ”The suspension would be lifted only once the above-mentioned petition is withdrawn and FIFA is given proof thereof”.
Tasked with the responsibilities to hold discussions with FIFA in order to avert the ban, the head of the government liaison team was addressed directly in the letter. All local football activities have been canceled by the Ghanaian government.
A High Court in Accra placed an injunction on the activities of the GRA on June 12, 2018, in response to an application from the nation’s Attorney General.
After the release of the investigative hit piece exposing corruption on the part of match officials by the journalist Anas, all football-related activities have been suspended since June.
The GFA president, Kwesi Nyantakyi who was caught in a video for allegedly receiving kickbacks. He was a member of the CAF and FIFA committees. As an investigation continues on those allegations, he has been suspended from all football activities.
BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst
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