Colonial Governor of Northern Zone Ambazonia Declares Curfews in the Entire Region, as Colonial Minister of Defense Sends out Security Alert to Colonial agents.
Amidst an uncertain colonial Youth Day celebrations in Southern Cameroons, the colonial governor of the Northern zone of Ambazonia, Mr. Lele LAfrique has declared a one week, renewable curfew in the entire northern zone, that already started today February, 10th, 2018 at 8 Pm. In a Regional order Number 014, the colonialist states that;
“…considering exigencies of security, the preservation of peace and the maintenance of law and order, …movement of persons and property is hereby restricted from the date of signature of the present order from 08pm to 6 am…for a period of one week”
The order notes that the operation of All forms of businesses, including transportation of all types shall be strictly forbidden, and only colonial authorities and colonial forces shall have the right to freely move about the region. This probably for the perpetuation of their genocidal activities. That is why he goes further in the colonial order to charge his administrative and security officers with “the strict implementation of this order which shall be registered and communicated when need be.”
In a related development, the colonial SDO for Meme issued the same order suspending all business activities in Kumba every day as from 8pm to check what he called rising insecurity.
These colonial orders are coming at a time when the colonial minister of Defense of La Rpublique du Cameroun (LRC), Beti Asomo has also issued a security alert to his fellow colonial agent of a possible attack from Niger Militants. It is important to note that Niger Delta militants had some days back requested the colonial republic to immediately release some Niger Deltans kidnapped and killed or ferried to Yaoundé by LRC forces in one of their cross-border offensive.
With all these security measures being taken, by the enemy state, there are very high possibilities that there could be an attack in any one of the forced Youth Day celebration grounds in Ambazonia, especially in large cities like Buea, Kumba and Victoria. It is therefore necessary for all Southern Cameroons parents to insist on keeping their children home and prevent them from going to attend a colonial event, where a stray bullet targeted at a colonial officer could catch an innocent child.
While curfews are being declared in Bmaneda and Kumba, the capital of Southern Cameroons, Buea is in celebration mood, with a trade-fare already going on the Molyko Omnisport stadium and the grand stand at Bongo Square has already been set for the celebration of the colonial event. Buea denizens must therefore be security conscious because anything can happen at any time.
James Agbor, BaretaNew Political Analyst.