PENN TERENCE KHAN: A RESISTANT AMBAZONIAN WARRIOR
The outing of a revolutionary Ambazonian, Senator Penn Terence at the colonial military tribunal in La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) prior to the futile sentence from the colonial judge, will remain a reference for historians and students of history both in Ambazonia and LRC. Reading through the statement from Penn Terence Khan (Accused) to the President and Government Commissioner of the Military Tribunal – Yaoundé, one sees a revolutionary gentleman ready to die for the freedom of his people. Today, this platform pays him homage.
An emotionally driven Ambazonian reading the statement could easily be moved to tears, while a radical revolutionary mind could easily be gingered to action. If a seemingly moderate Senator Penn could make such a statement, then, expect a bombshell from Mancho Bibixy, leader of the Coffin Revolution whom today expects his own fate. Whatever happens, the revolution will continue and even harder.
Most Striking in the Presentation of the Senator Penn, is his reminder to the colonial judge that not even a life imprisonment sentence will change his commitment in the revolutionary values of justice and freedoms. He noted that;
“The charges against my person have been trumped up charges with the court presenting no proof to any of the charges, the reason being that they do not exist. I am neither a terrorist nor a secessionist but the political nature of the trial makes it possible for the court to slam the ‘guilty verdict’ on me. If the term or word terrorism is an attribute to people and individuals who decry societal injustice and inequality, then find me guilty again because these are the reasons for which I stand before you today. Where then is the Justice that we seek?”
In concluding his presentation, Senator Penn stated that; “through out history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted, the indifference of those who could have known better, the silence of the voice of JUSTICE when it mattered most, that has made it possible for evil to triumph”
For 57 years, evil and injustice have triumph in Ambazonia under the supervision of the colonial regime and the complacency of greedy and ego driven Ambazonians. The people have been subjected and subjugated to third world colonialism. The people have been slaves and second fiddles in what is supposed to be their own country.
Nevertheless, thanks be to God. It is not going to be business as usual. This generation of Southern Cameroonians/Ambazonians have risen to the challenge and are ready to die fighting for the 57 years unavailable justice. Revolutionary Ambazonians have died and many are ready to die fighting for their fatherland Ambazonia. The colonialists may think that sentencing Senator Penn Terrence, Mancho Bibixy and other revolutionaries will serve as a deterrent to Ambazonians still fighting. Unfortunately for them, they fail to understand that the hearts of those fighting on the ground today are bigger and daring than those of the Penns and the Manchos.
Consequently, no amount of judicial and military intimidation can stop the people from achieving the GOAL. The goal is Ambazonia and Ambazonia shall free Senator Penn, Mancho Bibixy and all the comrades in the gulags. It is just a matter of time and the colonialists shall be on the begging side of this fight.
Plitical Analyst, BaretaNews