Connect with us


Menka, Pinyin Massacre: Interim Government Reacts, Orders Ambazonians to Apply Total Self-Defense



Independence day speech of the Acting President Ambazonia

Menka, Pinyin Massacre: Interim Government Reacts, Orders Ambazonians to Apply Total Self-Defense

The Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, through the Secretary of Communications and ICTs, Comrade Chris Anu, has; condemned in the strongest terms, and also drawn the attention of the International Community, to the massacre of over 28 young Ambazonian men and women in Menka, Pinyin, yesterday the 25th of May 2018.

The Interim Government of Federal Republic of Ambazonia condemns this barbaric genocidal act of French Cameroun Military in the strongest of terms and is drawing the attention of the national and international communities to the execution of unarmed civilians by French Cameroun soldiers.”

“One of the deceased has been identified as Muluh Eric Cho, a 24-year-old young man. Residents also reported that, the young men and women killed by French Cameroun soldiers were randomly shot at on the street and some of them at their homes. It is also alleged that, some of the deceased were killed at point blank range around a local motel,” the interim government added.

The colonial terrorist soldiers of Mr. Biya, in continuation of the aimless war against the sovereign people of Ambazonia, had invaded Meka, Pinyin yesterday, May 25, 2018, shooting young men and women at pointblank as the people scamper for safety. The corpses of the victims were abandoned by the terrorist soldiers, who also made scores of indiscriminate abductions of onlookers.

The IG also notes that yesterday’s killing in Menka by La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) soldiers is not isolated as decomposed dead bodies are reported to have been found across the territory of Southern Cameroons – Ambazonia. For instance, 25 dead bodies of young men and women, with bullet ridden wounds were found in Bali yesterday morning, while some other 15 bodies were discovered along the street of Acha Tugi and Batibo.

Dozens of Ambazonians in the affected villagers were also abducted by the colonialists and taken to unknown destinations. Following the genocide, hundreds of villagers are said to be seeking refuge in nearby bushes and the whereabout of most elderly people is unknown.

Some young men within the affect communities, yesterday organized themselves and conducted mass burials for the victims.

In the main time, the Acting interim President of Ambazonia, H. E. Dr. Samuel Sako, has extended his condolences to the bereaved families. The Acting President also promised to do everything legally possible to ensure the protection of communities in Ambazonia, and also to bring the perpetrators of all gruesome killings in Ambazonia to justice. He has also reminded the International Community of the worsening situation in Ambazonia and has therefore encouraged the people to defend themselves by all means possible.

The government of LRC through the spokesman of the colonial terrorist military, Colonel Badjeck, has described the images of the carnage in Menka, Pinyin as fake and the story of colonial military massacre untrue. Has any of their previous atrocities in Ambazonia been accepted by them? Even when they are caught live on camera, they have described such footages as doctored images. However, time shall tell

As many different versions and rumours continue to spread about who some of the young men and women massacred around a local motel were, BaretaNews has launched an in-depth investigation and will bring a full analysis of the findings when the truth is completely unfolded.



James Agbor

BaretaNews Political Analyst

Continue Reading


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Support BaretaNews by making a small donation to sponsor our activities.

    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop