Suspension of Ghost Towns Monday Aug 14 to Wednesday Aug 16
It has come to our knowledge that the 15th of August 2017 is the feast of Assumption; the Day Catholic Christians believe Mary the mother of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ascended into Heaven body and soul.
Consequent on that, we, members of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, CACSC have unanimously agreed to suspend ghost town operations scheduled to run from Monday the 14th to Wednesday the 16th of August 2017. We pray all Catholics and Christian Faithful in general to use these days and intensify the ongoing Novena, so that the Lord may make haste to deliver us according to His Word.
It is our fervent believe that all and sundry understand the purpose of our ongoing resistance; it is not possible to seize your freedom and be able to control your own destiny without sacrifice. We all understand how difficult it is, but we must go all the way. Some of our compatriots have already paid with their lives, while others have offered their freedom and the rest their comfort off the motherland. We must negotiate this defining bend with even greater determination; the kind of determination that will tell the world that we are effectively in total control of our land.
We are hereby calling on the peace-loving people of Southern Cameroons to arm themselves by stocking their homes with as much foodstuff as possible. This phase will require a lot of sacrifice and we are urging you all to scrupulously respect the directives that will be dished out in the days ahead so that we can all stay safe.
As we resist in fasting and prayer, let us remember our brothers in the underground bunker at the SED. Information reaching us indicates that Patrick Ndangoh who sent out the video showing their terrible conditions has been beaten to near death with wounds all over his body. An additional reason for our renewed call to sacrifice!
God is with us!
For the Consortium,
Barrister Eyambe Elias
Deputy Secretary General