Mark Bareta Comforts Afflicted Kumba Denizens
By Mbah Godlove
Ambazonian liberation architect, Mark Bareta has extended words of encouragement to the grieving people of Meme county over harsh colonial treatment from La Republique du Cameroun.
In an audio message which has been well received by many Meme inhabitants, Mark Bareta exhorted the population to remain hopeful despite their present predicaments inflicted on them by la Republique’s military.
Following a decision by Meme’s colonial SDO to ground all economic activities in the said county this weekend, a contingent of the brutal LRC military went about molesting locals throughout Sunday September 8, 2019.
“What is happening in Kumba now is out of place! The military move into quarters, smashing bread in bakeries, trampling on foodstuff women prepared for themselves, and arresting everybody they see moving. This is the worst form of human rights abuse. I can’t possibly stay quiet in the face of such injustice meted out on the population,” a resident decried.
Despite the military axcesses, the Divisional Officer of Kumba I shamelessly announced that Ambazonians should on Monday September 9 come out in their numbers to procure cow meat and other basic commudities at the city’s main market.
The CEO of BaretaNews described the DO’s gesture as disrespect of Ambazonians whom he said the colonial administration considers as dogs.
Meantime, some locals have avowed not to step their feed at the cow meat avenue, claiming the DO’s gesture is a “Trojan horse give”.
Owing to the ongoing Ambazonian lockdown, Meme’s SDO, Chamberlain Ntou’ou Ndong illegally imposed a two day shotdown of activities in the area.
It is unclear the reason why uniformed men went around vandalising Kumba denizens’ property, but speculations are that it could be as a result of the killing of their colleagues in a fierceful battle with Ambazonian fighters in Mile I-Kumba,
earlier this week.
At press time, some Meme denizens have saluted Mark Bareta for having them at heart during such trial moments in the history of the struggle for the decolonization of Southern Cameroons.