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Manyu River, Secret Dumping Site for LRC Deceased Soldiers






The bodies of La Republique’s soldiers killed in action while they conduct their barbarism in the Manyu County have been disposed of into the Manyu River by elements of their battalion deployed on a mission to wreak havoc in that part of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Such improper manner to treat corpses have stirred a backlash from Christian faithful across Ambazonia who not only see it as a sacrilege but the act of dumping cadavers into the Manyu River which serves as a source of drinkable water for local communities situated downstream.

According to the Cameroon Intelligence Report, the floating corpses of these fallen soldiers were spotted at Agborkem German, situated some 100 kilometers from Satom Bridge, Mamfe. Locals living along the banks of the Manyu River have witnessed the lifeless bodies of humans wearing military fatigue floating their way to Nigeria.

The issue has raised concerns among Manyu elites and some Yaounde sympathizers, who are now asking questions.  Some 240 La Republique soldiers are reported killed in battles in Mamfe, Akwaya, and Eyumojock local governments.  It a separate incident, 75 LRC soldiers whose military vessels were ambushed, did not make it.

Back in La Republique du Cameroun, the lack of reliable information concerning loved ones dispatched to Manyu and Lebialem counties worry family members who’re left behind to contemplate their fate. Military hierarchy in Yaounde is frequently peppered with questions concerning their relatives. One military official is overheard in a private discussion floating the idea that no legion has been commissioned to protect and preserve the remains of soldiers killed in Ambazonia.




Neba Benson,

BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst


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  1. George

    April 12, 2018 at 2:14 PM

    LRC even not respects its own soldiers.

  2. SAA

    April 12, 2018 at 2:15 PM


  3. Chiangpah

    April 12, 2018 at 2:18 PM

    Nigeria those carcass are heading your way, keep supporting the biya regime

  4. Bali Nyonga

    April 12, 2018 at 3:29 PM

    If you are a zoo-french Cameroon citizen and think your dignity matters, you are mistaking. Amba worrior Gilbert Ngwani’s remain was buried with dignity by fellow comrades despite his fathers advice to just dump him into a grave without a coffin for their security/safety. This is Ambazonian spirit. One for all, all for one, in life and death.
    To satan biya, this poor souls in uniform are just rats/dogs. DISGUSTING and shame to those supporting this evil man because of mundane pocket-change fcfa

    • Shillah

      April 12, 2018 at 6:43 PM

      U r disgusting Bali nyonga. Lying idiot. If the nr of soldiers u guys put out there were, it would have been felt. So u lying only fool urself. If indeed there is body on the river they must be those of ur so call odesey boys u hired from ninja that we killed n let their body head back to Nigeria. They is this great federalist Anglophone who made a video saying that a lot of amba boys r dying but can’t be trace as from those 2 regions. So we all understand what that mean. So don’t worry Bali we will kill u all as l promise u last time n l will personally take care of u. It’s just a matter of time. I will get u

      • Bali Nyonga

        April 12, 2018 at 9:41 PM

        Are you responding to my write-up or some imaginary one. From your incoherent\ irrelevant reply, I am more concerned about your mental status than content of garbage response. Hope you don’t hang yourself. Poor soul

  5. bamenda boy

    April 12, 2018 at 4:00 PM




    • George

      April 12, 2018 at 5:35 PM

      “I am Cameroonian from SW…” And you call yourself Bamenda boy. Do you believe your own lies? You are a francophone distractror. Send to this forum to write shit. Hahaha. We are amused and laugh at you petit garcon to use your language. I saw last year plenty corpses of LRC terrorist soldiers at Satom bridge. They die like flies in Manyu and Lebialem.

      • Shillah

        April 12, 2018 at 6:46 PM

        George keep deceiving urself. U will only kill lrc soldier on facebook. Don’t take dream for reality moron.

        • George

          April 12, 2018 at 7:39 PM

          Hahaha. Hard for you to accept that many LRC soldiers die. Often they have bad rifles. In Mamfe they beg for food.

    • SAA

      April 12, 2018 at 7:23 PM

      You fake man. You cannot qualify to be a Bamenda man.You are an outcast.You need to move to la republic if you are not already there. That is where you belong. You chicken without a head.

    • 007bad

      April 12, 2018 at 8:02 PM

      You are not. You liar. You are not fit to be from Ambazonia. Ambazonia do not need to have foolish idiots like your type. Foolish idiots only belong to la republic.

  6. Enow Takor

    April 12, 2018 at 5:35 PM

    Mr. So called “bamenda boy” of which I really doubt it based on your very poor English, you are nothing but a huge joke and a jack ass.

    • George

      April 12, 2018 at 5:37 PM

      Thumbs up Enow. He is one of those french leeches.

    • Shillah

      April 12, 2018 at 6:48 PM

      Wat abt ur english Mr PhD moron.

      • 007bad

        April 12, 2018 at 7:26 PM

        Write better English, you joke.

        • George

          April 12, 2018 at 7:35 PM

          The froggie is trying. Hahaha

    • Jojo

      April 13, 2018 at 12:08 AM

      @Enow, I am sure that Bamenda Boy don’t need any educations to have his voice heard.
      By the way always make sure to write a good sentence whenever you want to mock someone.
      “Of which I really doubt it based on your very poor English” is a poor sentence, therefore not a good English.
      Also make sure you use words you can spell correctly, brainwash idiot.

  7. Mukong

    April 12, 2018 at 7:52 PM

    These brain dead savages from LRC thought they were going to a picnic in Ambaland. The worse is still to come. Someone need to reminded these terrorists from LRC sent by Biya to our land that they will never defeat a people who are very determine to stand on their feet.

  8. Jojo

    April 13, 2018 at 12:45 AM

    In Ambazonia, the stakes are simple and clear. A group of heterogeneous people with 10 times differences trying to call themselves a nation overnight following South Sudan.
    Your leaders are fighting for their seats at the expense of your ignorance and stupidity. You are begging for help to fight your way out and to to be recognized.
    Here are questions you should ask yourself. 1- Between you and Biafra who has it all in
    term of resources, finance, and man power?
    2- How can Sisiku address a nation that does not exist?
    3- Run an unelected but self appointed government and go around preaching leader of a nation?
    If in Amba terminology all the above are not a crime then, it simple mean that Ambazonia is not a nation. In Ambazonia, anyone can get up at any giving time and form his own self appointed government, create his own army and his own nation. What a joke!!
    The greatest verdict why the world does not pay any attention to Ambazonia.

  9. Bali Nyonga

    April 13, 2018 at 1:27 AM

    For the record, the has been press releases regarding the Ambazonia revolution by UN, AU etc. If Ambazonia did not matter and did not cause lrc sleeplessness, they will not be all over Ambazonia news outlets Baretanews and others. I don’t care for lrc, never go to chat rooms, never watch their crtv because they don’t matter to me.
    Zoo of a country where citizens applaud midiocrity.

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Ethiopia Resumes Flight Route to Eritrea After 20 Years







The first flight from Ethiopia to Eritrea safely landed in the capital Asmara on Wednesday, the first of its kind in 20 years and disembarked the 315 passengers on board, who were greeted by jubilant dancers dressed in traditional attire, waving flags and flowers, sealing the reconciliatory efforts by both heads of state of the Horn of Africa countries to put their animosity behind them for the sake of regional stability and prosperity.

Chief Executive of Ethiopian Airlines, Tewolde GebreMariam announced on the intercom as the flight crossed into Eritrean airspace ”This is the first time that this is happening in twenty years,” he said, to the applause of both passengers and crew aboard to plane.






Neba Benson,

BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst

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US State Department Faults LRC Military in Viral Video, Calls For Investigations And Sanctions









The United States Department has issued a rare public rebuke of La Republique Du Cameroun-LRC military actions regarding the video showing the extrajudicial killings of two women and an infant by the rogue elements of Cameroun army as well as the grave lack of due process by the so-called professional Cameroun armed service personnel. This is coming at a time the US ambassador to Cameroun had accused the Cameroun government for carrying out targeted killings, gross human rights violations in Southern Cameroons as the army is currently engaging with civilian fighters in what Southern Cameroonians preferred to call as Restoration Forces.

In the press release published on July 16, 2018 by the spokesperson of U.S. State Department, Heather Nauert stated that the United States government is ”gravely concerned” by the content of that recent video with men donning military-style uniforms boldly aiming their guns at two women and a child while firing live rounds at them.

The video drew the ire and attention of the international community as well as the media, Amnesty International, human rights organizations who’ve collectively attributed the actions to the military of LRC. La Republique’s Communications Minister, Issa Tchiroma had earlier dismissed all claims in the video as ”fake news” and tried linking the soldiers shown in the video to belong to a corps within the Malian army. Worthy to note is that the Malian government recently rebuked such claims insisting that such a barbaric act was never done in their country(

The colonial president Paul Biya, whose efforts  and misguided aim to gain favours from Western capitals as he mulls his run for a seventh term in office, has ordered an investigation to be launched but like many other probes in the past, their findings will never be made public and that will be the end of it.

The US State Department went on to urged the government of La Republique Du Cameroun to ”thoroughly and transparently” investigate events depicted in that video, make its findings known to the public and dish out punitive measures to the soldiers involved in the extrajudical killings without any due process. It also requested Yaounde to uphold its international obligations, commitments to protect human rights and promote accountability.

Neba Benson,

BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst



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Obama Visits Kenya, Urges Leaders to Reconcile Ethnic Divisions








Former U.S President Barack Obama visited the village of his father on Monday, where he addressed a delegation attending the opening ceremony of a school in Kogelo, western Kenya. He praised the rapprochement between President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga. Emphasizing that much still has to be done to heal the political wounds of the country’s ethnic groups.

The former leader of the free world urged Kenya’s leaders to turn their backs on divisive ethnic politics which has been the cause of violence during every election cycle and encourage the fight against widespread corruption.

The ethnic conflict which recently broke out in the country left some 1,200 people killed from post-election disputes involving Odinga and Kenyatta in 2007.

As America’s first black president, Obama’s eight years in office before Donald Trump, was in Kenya to help launch his half-sister, Auma’s charity center, the Sauti Kuu Foundation, he said ”It means no longer seeing different ethnicities as enemies or rivals but rather as allies; in seeing the diversity of tribes not as weakness but as strength”

His trip to Kenya is his fourth, with the first made in 1987, as narrated in his book ”Dreams From My Father”, then in 2006 while serving as a senator for the U.S. state of Illinois and then in 2015 during his last term as president.

Obama also mentioned the corruption scandals that have dogged Kenyatta’s administration in recent months. He said corruption stifled economic growth and derails the public trust in government.

Since the re-election of Uhuru Kenyatta, the media in Kenya have reported about a series of graft scandals which opened an investigation that has seen 54 people, mostly civil servants charged in the theft of nearly $100 million of state funds at the National Youth Service.

His next stop will be South Africa, where he’s expected to deliver a speech at an event marking the 100th birthday of iconic Nelson Mandela.







Neba Benson,

BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst

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