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Third Slave Atanga Paul Nji Visits To Northern Zone Buried In Gunshots



Atanga Nji Paul

By Mbah Godlove

Denizens reporting from Bamenda say the MINAT Boss Paul Atanga Nji who sneaked himself into Bamenda under very tight security has been greeted with tense confrontation between Separatist and Occupational Forces since 4 am this morning, September 20th, 2019. Southern Cameroons 3rd slave working for the colonial government visited the chief capital city to continue his drama of IDP humanitarian distribution.

Reporting to BaretaNews, Denizens say the deafening and very tense gunshots started at the Bali Park neighbourhood and extended to Ntabessi, up station and now moving into old town.

City dwellers who are terrified say they have been unable step out of their houses since 4 am, MMI, a sister media organisation also corroborated.

The tense battle is coming at the end of the first night of colonial Minister Paul Atanga Nji of Territorial Administration who is in Bamenda for a working visit.

It should be recalled that since November, 2017 when Mr. Biya declared war, brave Southern Cameroonians responded by picking up arms to defend their territory and are now fighting for a separate state called Ambazonia. Thousands of persons have been murdered by French Cameroun Forces, some burnt alive in their homes with millions displaced internally as well as refugees in Nigeria, Ghana and other parts of the world as a result of the conflict

Mr. Biya recently on September 10 in a Live address to his nation called for a grand national dialogue to resolve the conflict in Southern Cameroons. However, the dialogue has been rejected by Ambazonians, its leadership as well as its self defense forces owing to the charade in which it is done. Ambazonians say only a neutral mediator with third parties involved can bring lasting peace to both parties involved in the conflict.

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