Dion Ngute the Shrewd Tactician, Proposes Dialogue without Restoration. How long Can he go?
There is an unceremonious excitement and euphoria amongst some people over the statement of The Prime Minister of neighboring Colonial La Republiquè Du Cameroun, Dion Ngute. Addressing the oppressed population of Bamenda, the fine Ambazonian-born LR slave worker, Dion Ngute declared that the Independence of Ambazonia is not part of Biya’s dialogue plan.
Though in a friendly and mature manner of approach better than that of his predecessor, Yang Philemon, the tricks of his sweet words will not bury the drive for Ambazonian Statehood. We can’t be deceived not even by empty words at this point of the long but successful struggle. Don’t be carried away, any dialogue without Restoration is null and void. Let him organize his. Ambazonians will come whenever they are invited in that which meet their demands.
It is uncalled for to think that while everyone hopes on a dialogue platform without preconditions but basic groundwork like the release of Ambazonians and their leaders, demilitarization of their territory and a third party mediator, Biya sits in Yaounde and sends his highly guarded boys to go deceiving our people with cosmetic solutions. This is a hope that, after rendering total suffering on Ambazonians, they will open their arms to welcome anything that could make them just live even if in bondage.
Let it be clear that the demands made by Ambazonians for Negotiations to hold are not in any way conditions. They are simply things to be done to water the ground for Talks. And may we also remind the colonial Yaounde that we are ready to hold Talks on peaceful living as neighbors. Anything short of that, or thought of dialogue that would enable the continuous colonialism of the Southern Cameroons is madness to us.
Ambazonians must wisen up, we can’t give the oppressor another chance. We must reclaim our land and chart the course of our livelihood again.
Even if the world should back the crooked regime for many reasons, we will keep up the resistance.
Negotiations as Neighbours NOT Dialogue for La Republique Du Cameroun