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The Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Cameroon, Rt Rev Fonki Samuel Forba, has condemned in serious voice, the wanton killings of Ambazonians by terrorist forces of La Republique du Cameroun (LRC). In an exclusive interview granted BaretaNews, the PCC Moderator says it is unheard of for a government to embark on merciless killings of its own citizens.

According to Rev Fonki Samuel, almost half of Manyu people now live in refugee camps and forests, all caused by the ceaseless battle going on in the County. He bemoaned that such acts are grossly unacceptable. He blamed LRC for being responsible for the crisis rocking the Southern and Northern Zones of the Federal Republique of Ambazonia.

“This crisis started as a joke and everyone could predict how events will unfold. Yet, the government (LRC) didn’t take necessary steps to quell any further escalation. See where we are now! Thousands are in refugee camps, hundreds in the bush, and from all indications, they shall spend their festive period there. Worst still is the fact that many have already been killed. I condemn this act of violence going on in that part of the country,” Rev Fonki said.

The cried out for his villagers in Akwaya who like those of other villages in Manyu county, face daily arrests, shootings, and lootings.

“People are being embarrassed in their houses. They are being shot at mercilessly just because the (terrorist) forces of law and order are seeking for the separatists. You cannot win a war when you fight your people, so I urge the LRC to desist for these acts of violence,” Rev Fonki said.

The exclusive interview granted BaretaNews, precedes a communique read on all Presbyterian Churches signed by the moderator. In the communique, the moderator is urging the international communities to intervene in the situation before things get out of hand. He also calls for restrain in the war both from the government and the separatist sides.

By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews

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