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President Sisiku castigates Biya’s Dialogue: says it was a useless event

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President Sisiku castigates Biya’s Dialogue: says it was a non event.

By Mbah Godlove

Incarcerated Ambazonian president, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe says the recent gathering in Yaounde was a mere CPDM convention that had nothing to do with Ambazonia.

In an exclusive interview with Jeune Afrique recently, the detained leader opined that the independence quest of Southern Cameroons is a legitimate issue that cannot be resolved by French Cameroun.

“We have our position which is rooted in international law, in history and in culture.
La Republique du Cameroun and Ambazonia are two former trust territories under UN administration. One does not grant independence or “special status” to the other. As such, it is evident that Mr. Biya does not have the power to decide the future of the people of Ambazonia,” he said.

According to the state’s man, the window dressing dialogue was an opportunity for French Cameroon to discuss problems plaguing their country. He said it had nothing to do with Ambazonia giving that the Ambazonian quest is an international issue which cannot be resolved by the regime of the octogenarian Paul Biya of La Republique du Cameroun.

“Our conviction for Ambazonia lies in the fact that truth always prevails. We are not part of la Republique du Cameroun and will be not be coerced to be part of it. Success stories of legitimate claims to nationhood abound. The determination and success of Namibia, Eritrea, East Timor, Djibouti, and South Sudan inspire us,” he further intimated.

The president revealed that Ambazonians would either restore their independence or fight forever.

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