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Colonial Forces Invade Bafut in assorted: Locals in Consternation

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Colonial Forces Invade Bafut in assorted: Locals in Consternation

By Mbah Godlove.

Hundred of French Cameroun soldiers have been stationed in some villages across Bafut Local Government Area in Ambazonia’s Northern Zone.

Intelligence from Bafut say the colonial forces who were all in assorted began making their way into key areas of the said LGA on April 15.

They have flooded localities such as Nsem, Njinteh, Bawum, Manqui, among others.

Residents have remained in perpetual fear as they wander what the strange enemies could be planning for their land.

Restoration Fighters in lower and upper Bafut are entreated to treat the leaked information with deligence.

The Paramount Fon of Bafut is also advised to be watchful as he could be targeted by the colonial troops.

Bafut has for over three years been controlled by Restoration Fighters who give their all to free homeland.

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  1. Felix Bongjoh

    April 17, 2020 at 1:06 AM

    It is time for the Ambazonian freedom fighters to work out a more effective comprehensive and cohesive military action plan known only to their inner circle to make counter moves under such circumstances. It takes a lot of quiet underground work and unity among fighters to achieve significant goals. It is doable. All the Ambazonian revolution needs is to build up links and networks that strengthen them as they fight as one force. Henceforth, an effective strategy should be based on results on the ground and less talk within media circles. Of course, for motivational reasons, announcing their victories as they proceed with the struggle can only be a powerful motivational source of inspiration. CONFIDENTIALITY HOWEVER SHOULD BE A KEYWORD IN THEIR PLANNING AND OPERATIONS AS THEY MINIMIZE INFILTRATORS.

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