OFFICE OF THE LEADER, AMBAZONIA GOVERNING COUNCIL
My fellow Ambalanders,
This morning, I was briefed on the state of the defence of our independence. Our defense forces are battling the enemy across 12 Counties and they are taking the fight to enemy bases, mounting roadblocks and disrupting enemy movements. Our defense forces have also grounded the movement of our resources and successfully stopped the continuous flow of alcohol into Ambaland. They are making direct rule difficult and making military occupation impossible. Cameroun’s top military personnel are relocating or taking down their visible symbols of occupation and mixing with the local population. Our tactics are to disrupt, disorganize, confuse and undermine the most critical element of governance; which is the semblance of the monopoly of power and ORGANISATION. Our overall strategy is working perfectly, and we are able to insert contingency measures where there are enemy disruptions and changes in enemy thinking and planning. Our defense forces are becoming more organized, more coordinated and have shown a great sense of patriotism in the way they conduct themselves, support one another and protect our vulnerable people.
There are still some traits of negative character amongst renegades. Extortion, harassment of civilian population has been reduced but remain a threat that is being exploited by elements of the regime. We do not take lightly these threats and we will continue to work with our local population to apprehend all those who continue to terrorize our population and make their lives miserable.
While the ground game is going on our messaging MUST be in sync with the progress we are making. The enemy should NEVER dictate the message. While we must observe the enemy action, reaction, and posture, our overall strategy had been designed to self-adjust to these realities. In most revolutions, once direct rule becomes difficult, the oppressor recruits collaborators and enablers to help them maintain governance. This happened in East Timor, South Africa and in other revolutions. They employed Oben Peter Ashu and Abety during SDF days and their tactics of divide and rule failed woefully. These are signs of collapse and we must not panic, and our posture must show confidence, control, and ownership. We have successfully internationalised our campaign and any desperate attempts by hired hands to remake it a domestic issue between Yaounde and Buea is a non-event. Ambazonia has risen and the car we are driving has no reverse gear.
Dear soldiers of the Revolution,
In times like the present leadership requires the demonstration of confidence and a stuck to the plan approach that captures both our sense of focus and maturity in the way we conduct ourselves. I have confidence in the Ambazonian people and their determination, to fight, die, go to jail but be free. I have confidence in our argument in defense of the justness and necessity of our revolution. And finally, I have confidence in our triad approach to both the liberation and reconstruction of the best place to live on earth. The NeverAgain generation has written its story. Every soldier of our revolution will have their names on the footnote of our history. Your contribution will be remembered forever.
The months ahead will be the most difficult. I want everyone to be prepared. Who owns Ambazonia will be decided soon. Who governs it will be decided soon.
God bless us all
Dr Cho Ayaba, Leader Ambazonia Governing Council