Colonial Administration Mocks Ambazonians, Creates Dialogue Website
By Mbah Godlove
The colonial government of La Republique du Cameroun has created what it calls a National Dialogue website, for Abazonians to file in their contributions towards deescalating the ongoing war of independence.
In a communique signed by the regime’s Director of Civil Cabinate at the Prime Minister’s office, Balungeli Confiance Ebune on September 19, he insinuates that distance should not be an obstacle to anyone who wants to take part in the up coming convention.
“A website has been created in order to facilitate the reception of contributions of people wishing to take part in this important dialogue consecrated to the ways and means of meeting the aspirations of the people of the North-West and South-West Regions,” the release states in parts.
Preparations ahead of the window-dressing National Dialogue, as many Ambazonians call it, is ongoing while the brutal occupational forces of French Cameroun are currently rading Southern Cameroons and making away with civilians’ lifes.
Recently, corpses of two Ambazonian ordinary citizens, killed by the colonial military, were discovered in a tea plantation in Tole, Fako County of the Southern Zone.
Mean time, the Ground Zero Defense Council has described the Biya summoned dialogue as a “non event”, promising to rather step up preparations ahead of Ambazonian’s independence day, coming up on October 1 2019.