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Colonial Forces and a Few Hungry Civilians Attend Anti-revolutionary Protest in Buea



Antirevolutionary Protest in Buea






Colonial Forces and a Few Hungry Civilians Attend Anti-revolutionary Protest in Buea

In a show of misplaced courage and defiance, colonial mayor of Buea brought together less than 100 persons on July 31st to attend his xenophobic and antirevolutionary match in Buea. The determinedly stubborn Ekema had earlier called on all citizens of the Bakweri tribe to show-up for a protest match from the Albert Mukong Avenue (Mile 17) to the colonial governor’s office, against what he called “graffi people” and agents of destabilization in his municipality.

After realizing that the people were not going to heed to his xenophobia and so there was a possibility of him marching alone, he hurriedly sent out another message calling on all “Cameroonians of good will” to come out and march for peace from Bogo Square to the colonial governor’s office.

BaretaNews reporter on the scene of the protest march saw a police van ferrying plain cloth colonial police officers from their barracks opposite the hospital junction to the Bongo square to participate in the aimless march. Courageous and defiant Mayor Ekema showed up at the scene putting on a bullet proof vest, covered by his black shirt, thus amplifying his naturally blown out belly.

By the time of the so-called match for peace (originally billed for 10 am) started late in the afternoon, only about 100 persons, made up of mostly colonial forces and some Council workers, including members of the press were seen marching up, with Mr. Mayor leading. In fact, the number of placards with antirevolutionary and xenophobic messages outweighed the protesters.

Even though the Ambazonian restoration forces had threatened to disrupt the march, it was however allowed to go on peacefully, with the colonial mayor and his colonial governor friend registering another disgrace.

The total boycott by the population, despite the heavy military deployment to provide security is testament to the fact that Ekema Patrick does not speak for the Bakweri people and neither does he speak for the entire population of Buea. He has longed lost his mandate as a representative of the people of the Buea municipality.

Ambazonians of all works of life went out forcefully for a peaceful march on the 22nd September and 1st October 2017 demanding for the restoration of the independence of Southern Cameroons. The images and the footages are still in the public domain and they tell the story for themselves.

Anti-revolutionary agent Ekema and his hired 100 followers did a counter march yesterday July 31st 2018. The images and the footages are in the public space. The difference between the two marches is clear and the world can no longer dispute what the people of Southern Cameroons want.

It is time for Colonial Ekema to give up and submit to the revolution. He and handful hungry agents are utterly insignificant to stop this genuine revolutionary journey of the Ambazonian people. If he is lucky not to be used as an example against other antirevolutionary agents in the course of this revolution, Ambazonians can only assure him that he will be there on that day to sing the Ambazonian national anthem, while the blue and white color flag is being hoisted at the independence square in Buea.


James Agbor

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