DISCLAIMER:No Restoration Fighter Has Dropped Arms to La Republique .
Its surely not new hearing propaganda from La Republique , but this one of dropping of arms needs special attention. Over the last few months and last Sunday in particular when Atanga Nji, hitman of dictator biya and interior minister for Cameroun visited Bamenda, he boasted that 26 Fighters have down their arms for better job opportunities from the Biya regime. He added that for so doing, they won’t be persecuted in the foreign courts in cameroun. He also encouraged some traditional leaders who answered present, to call on their subjects to leave bushes and come back home. Probably so that,when the army sent by Yaounde arrives, it can easily access them and crush them at will.
It bizare to think that in an army of more than 6,000 fighters across the national territory of Ambazonia, one could think that even if the 26 give up, it could be a solution to disarm the boys. This is because on daily basis, many fighters are recruited on their wishes especially in areas attacked by the foreign military from Yaounde. Who then is the Invasive Yaounde regime fooling?
Lies telling have become a way of life for the shameless Yaounde regime since before they created the so called National commission for Disarmament with claims that it’s in line with resolving the crisis. They keep doing everything to discredit the efficient self defense forces of Ambazonia. They even go as far as staging events and executing them just in a strive to gain empathy from public view and the International Community. Clear cases are the Pinyin Massacre where Atanga Nji’s guys killed about 30 civilians and blamed it on the Restoration Forces, the Kumba district hospital burnig, the sacred heart college arson and many others in a long list.
However, it must be highlighted here that, no Fighter worth the salt from any of the Camps on ground have indicated that any of their fighters have left for any reasons. The restoration Fighters are determined as usual. They are getting support and funding more than never before, to defend their counties from foreign raids by biya’s men from the east.
We use this opportunity to appreciate the resilience of the forces on ground Zero and to say their achievements are being recorded. We also continue calling on them to continue putting their community first in every operation they undertake.
The struggle MUST continue until Homeland, Ambazonia is free.