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WIVES OF DETAINED AMBAZONIA LEADERS WRITE TEARFUL LETTER TO AMBAZONIANS

 

 

 

A Call for Solidarity: Letter To Ambazonians December 18, 2108

Fellow Southern Cameroonians, On behalf of all the mothers, sisters, daughters and wives of this revolution, accept greetings from the spouses of your abducted and detained leaders. We appreciate you for the daily struggles you go through to sustain your various families, the people of Southern Cameroons and this revolution. Our condolences to all the families who have lost loved ones in this struggle. Last year was a year of extraordinary transformation. The people of Southern Cameroons around the world stepped forward to determine their own destinies on October 1, 2017 with the symbolic restoration proclamation of our independence. FiftySeven (57) years of untold suffering, subjugation, marginalization, arbitrary arrests and detentions, killings and disrespect has driven our people to the precipice, but through the resilience of our lawyers and teachers, our people were given renewed hope for a better future.

We want to salute the collective contributions of all the leaders of this Southern Cameroons reawakening who ignited this revival in 2016: the leaders of the Consortium, Barrister Agbor Balla, Deacon. Tassang Wilfred, Dr. Fontem Neba, Barrister Eyambe Elias, Barrister Shufai Blaise and Barrister Bobga Harmony. We salute Ntumfoyn Boh Herbert of MORISC and Mr. Milan Atam of SCACUF who rekindled the consciousness of the diaspora. We salute the leaders of the SCNC, AGC, Ambazonia and SCYL, Dr. Nfor Ngalla Nfor, Dr. Ayaba Cho Lucas, Fon Gorji Dinka and Dr. Ebenezer Akwanga respectively, who have been in the trenches of this struggle for decades. We want to salute the leaders of the Interim Government headed by Sisiku Julius Ayuktabe and now Dr. Ikome Sako, for globalizing the Southern Cameroons consciousness. To the Southern Cameroons Women and our Takumbengs, our hearts go to you as mothers of this revolutions.

To all our news outlets, from SCBC, Cameroon Concord, BaretaNews, National Telegraph and to all our social media activists, we salute you. The strides made last year gave our people a false impression that a revolution of this magnitude was like a walk in the park and Buea was next door. Unfortunately, no revolution has ever been a walk in the park and this one will not be an exception. We must prepare our minds that we might be in this tussle for a while, but we must know that for the struggle to succeed we should remain steadfast and learn to lean on each other. 2018 has brutally reminded us of the nemesis of every revolution: the enemy’s determination to decapitate the leadership of the revolution by inserting their agents within the revolution to implement counter-revolutionary measures. Their strategy is to destabilize the revolution and sow seeds of discord amongst us. Their aim is to divide and conquer. This has come to life with the plotted abduction of the leadership of the Interim Government and the infiltration of agents amongst our ranks both in the diaspora and on ground zero. This has resulted in unnecessary confusion, conflict, distrust, animosity and discouragement. Our present predicament is like the pain of childbirth; no matter the extent of the labor pains, no matter the urge to give up pushing, no matter the insults or provocation from the nurses, you never give up because your goal is to hear the first cry of your child.

We shall hear that cry and our joy will return if only we work together for our common goal. We know that many feel frustrated by the seeming lack of progress, but we should also agree that there is no shortcut to end a dispute that has endured for almost 6 decades. Yes, it has been over a year of needless squabbling, but now, we stand at the crossroads of history with the chance to collaboratively and collectively move decisively in the direction of actualizing our independence, especially with the level of international awareness that we have created. To do so we must return to the wisdom of our forebearers, who despite their political differences, placed the patriotic interest of the state above individual interest. That was what made them in the 1950s to collectively leave the Enugu House of Assembly and practice a nascent democracy. The truth is that each of our revolutionary movements have legitimate aspirations and this is what makes the resolution of our differences so hard. Despite these differences in ideology, we can work together for our common goal – the fight for the independence of our people. This deadlock will only be broken when each group learns to stand in each other’s shoes. Our leaders must act like facilitators for peace, not instigators of confusion, disinformation, disorganization and hate. Our hope and dying desire as mothers and spouses is to see the quick resolution of this dispute and end the killings, pain and suffering of our people of Southern Cameroons. We the women are aware of the present quandary within the struggle and we intend to begin the confidence-building process that will lead to ultimate reconciliation and resolution of our internal differences.

We may not have all agreed with the processes that led to the creation of the Interim Government, but we can all agree that the regime in Yaounde was threatened by the formation of the Interim Government in exile. This prompted them to sponsor the abduction of some of our leaders and their subsequent incarceration in the dungeons of the Republic of Cameroun. Their abduction and incarceration further exposed some of the complexities in a struggle such as ours: needless infighting, alienation of committed activists, sabotage, grandstanding and unnecessary distraction in our various social media platforms. Some among us have taken pleasure in attacking Dr. Agbor Balla, Dr. Cho Ayaba, Dr. Ebenezer Akwanga, Boh Herbert, Milan Atam, Chris Anu and AP Dr. Samuel Sako and have labelled them as scammers, blacklegs, saboteurs, embezzlers and corrupt. It appears we have forgotten the 57 years of subjugation and the carnage that has been meted upon our people by the regime in Yaounde. It appears we have forgotten about our detained compatriots and leaders in the dungeons of Cameroun. It appears we have forgotten the roasting of Mami Appia in her home and the burning down of about 124 of our villages. It appears we have forgotten that about 400,000 of our people are IDPs and almost 120,000 are in refugee camps in Nigeria, languishing in poverty. In view of the foregoing, we want to appeal to all the women of Ambazonia to join us in the search for peace. Some of our women have been sticking their necks out, advocating for the helpless people of Southern Cameroons. We are appealing to you as mothers, spouses, daughters, sisters and aunties of this revolution: if you have ever felt the pain of childbirth; if you have ever felt the pain of losing a child; if you have ever felt the desperation of praying to God for a child; if you have ever felt the embarrassment of having your period without any hygienic pads and if you have ever felt helpless being raped or listened to the story of an innocent child who has been raped, then imagine what some of our mothers, sisters, daughters, and aunties are going through at home and some in the forests, exposed to all the dangers therein.

Imagine what our people are going through in squalid living conditions in refugee camps in Nigeria. Imagine the torrid smell of decomposing bodies in our villages and towns of North West and South West Provinces. The live of every child born of a woman matters. We want to appeal to us all to collectively say “Time Out” to the unnecessary personal attacks on our frontline leaders and ourselves and focus on our common goal. No matter anyone’s shortcomings and no matter how flawed any leader’s processes are, they pale in comparison to what the military is doing to our people. They pale in comparison to the killings, the rapes, the burning down of villages and the abusive exploitation of our natural resources by the regime in Yaounde.

Our appeal is that we should redirect our anger and frustration with laser focus on the adversary and not on any disagreements among ourselves. We wish to caution our leaders to collectively reign on their surrogates to stop the peddling of smear and hate within the struggle. Any leader who cannot publicly call for an end to this reprehensible behavior on social media platforms is therefore not fit to lead. The desire of our people is to see the end of infighting and rivalries. Our appeal is for you to join us to continue the process of reconciling our differences as we close this painful year and enter a very decisive 2019. January 5, 2019 will be one year since some of the leaders of this revolution were abducted and incarcerated. Their abduction has taken a significant toll on this revolution. We are therefore appealing and calling for a 1,000,000-woman match on Washington DC on January 5, 2019, to commemorate this day and to call for the unconditional release of our abducted leaders and all other Southern Cameroonians.

We wish to shine attention on the plight of our people and leaders and communion with the other leaders for the revival of this struggle for the sake of our people. We must lean on each other and learn to appreciate the roles each group and the Interim Government are playing. They are interdependent on one another and we can only win collectively through unity and collaboration. We will be reaching out to the Interim Government and all the frontline groups of this revolution for proper notification and planning. “Save The Date” #Southerncameroonslivesmatter

Accept season’s greetings. From the wives of our detained leaders:

1. Lilian Ayuk Tabe 2. Sabine Tassang 3. Florence Kimeng 4. Shufai Jacqueline 5. Marie Nfor Nfor 6. Mrs. Eyambe 7. Chinyere Ogork Ntui
8. Awasum Moreen 9. Mrs. Kwanga

7 Comments

7 Comments

  1. Tee Shalom

    December 19, 2018 at 4:47 PM

    This is actually the voices of the Mothers the Children. God bless you all and we Will see the Dawn of Southern Cameroons sooner than later.God be with us.

  2. Mukong

    December 19, 2018 at 6:37 PM

    Thanks to you mothers for doing exactly what mothers do best, labouring to reign in some of the outrageous behavior in this revulotion. But then, as mothers you never tolerate wayward behaviors that will tarnish the noble name of the family or community. The recent happenings in Fako and Batibo is a clear sign that some of our own are incorrigeable. The egregiousness in the display of power greed by some in this struggle at the expense of the lives of Young Ambazonian who have displayed total selflessness in the defense of the homeland can no longer be tolerated because we want unity in this revolution.
    That is why the ADF must come clean as to what happen as their culpability in these and other killings are overwhelming. Some of us have refused to throw stones for too long thereby inavertedly enabling some of this impunity behavior.

  3. William

    December 20, 2018 at 1:24 PM

    Interesting mark great write up there. We pray this struggle come to and end soon with us achieving our objectives, we have lost a lot of our own . I have this proposal and I think I will help us a lot. Since most countries are refusing to acknowledge our sovereignty may be because we have not shown our determination enough we should send all the administrators, be it military,civil, taxation from LRC packing out of our land and shotdown the boarders and open our economy to free investment to the world . I believe we do all have a price. Those fighters on the ground are the key to sustain this revolution we should forget those in the Diaspora. if there is unity and determination amongst those fighters then we are good. They should be place on a salary that will make other able youths to join the fighters.

    • Chev.

      December 20, 2018 at 2:40 PM

      Run go join those on the ground.this revolution should wipe out all radicals from Nw&Sw for us the normal people to build well in future and peace.I don’t want you to contaminate and radicalise others after the place has been cleaned.This cleanup happens every 50years naturally.

  4. Chev.

    December 20, 2018 at 2:46 PM

    Wona go match even for moon.if wona be amba.All the dogs,chickens,rats,cows ,plantains ,squirrels,cocoa ,petrol etc are also Cameroonians so you are just .005% of the Cameroonian population.

  5. Moh Feungu

    December 20, 2018 at 8:42 PM

    Beloved mothers of Ambaland, I am personally really touched by your letter. If I was one of the leaders and reading this, I will surely in tears call my fellow comrades and start a reconciliation process. But unfortunately I am just an ordinary Ambalander. I hope our leaders will see meaning in your words of love and wisdom and act accordingly. I am really humbled by your appeal and sincerely feel more and more proud of you all as mothers of our revolution and our beloved Ambaland. Thanks for your resoluteness, patience, love and Strength of endurance. We will continue to stand by and with you till our beloved brothers, your husbands are released and we get to Buea and jointly thank God for granting us at last our freedom and beloved Ambaland. We pray for abundance blessings for you all and our children. Sheriff.

  6. Mami Big Mbombo

    December 21, 2018 at 5:38 PM

    OH MY FUCKING GOD!!MBINGO LERPOSY ALIAS CRTV THIEF MAN IS FUN OF MENTIONING DRY SEASON “CRAze’ WHEN PEOPLE ADVANCE SALIENT COUNTER ARGUMENTS AGAINST HIM.I HAVE TOLD YOU RELENTLESSLY THAT NO COUNTRY IN AFRICA WAS CREATED BY THE BABOONS CUM BIG DICK SMELLY POOR MONKEYS IN AFRICA.WHITES COLONIZED US AND SET UP WORLD BODIES LIKE THE UN ETC. THE BLACK MAN SHOULD BE THANKFUL FOR WHITES PUTTING CLOTHES ON OUR BUTT NAKED ASSES.WHITES BROUGYHT DRINKING WATER TO SUB-HAMNAS THAT WE ARE,THEY BROUGHT A BIT OF THEIR CULTURE LIKE LANGUAGE ,GCE AND COMMON LAW SYSTEM.THE FACT THAT WE SPEAK ENGLISH MY DEAR LOVELY SISTERS WITH “MBOMBOS” LIKE MYSELF DOES NOT MAKE US ENGLISH.THIS YOUR AMABAZONIA WHINING AND VICTIMHOOD IS NOTHING BUT FICTION.THE BLACK MAN DEAR SISTERS HAVE NEVER INVENTED ANYTHING AND THE PUTATIVE COUNTRY CALLED AMBAZONIA WILL NEVER BE RESPECTED BY ANYONE IN THE WORLD FOR YOU GUYS CLAIM IT IS ANGLO SAXON BUT WE ARE NOT AND WILL NEVER BE ANGLO-SAXON!!!WE ARE WHITE MAN’S PROPERTY OR CARCO!DEAL WITH IT!!!STOP BEHAVING LIKE DERANGED MONKEYS.TRULY ALL OF YOU AND YOUR HUSBANDS ARE “CRAZING CRAZE.HOW THE FUCK DOES ONE SON OF A BITCH EWELLE LERPOSY WAKES UP FROM SLEEP ONE MORNING AND DECLARES A REPUBLIC THAT WILL NEVER BE RECOGNIZED BY ANYBODY?THIS MAKES US DICTATORS AND HIJACKERS.WE MAY PREACH AND WHINE AND WHIE AND CRY WOLF BUT THE WORLD BODIES THAT ARE A CARTEL DOIES NOT GIVE A HOOT ABOUT OUR CROCODILE’S TEARS FOR WE ARE WHAT WE ARE :DYSFUNCTIONAL BANANA REPUBLIC SUB-HUMANS WITH IQ LESS THAN 70 AND POOR, LAZY,DIRTY, MONKEYS.
    WHO ASKED YOUR MONKEY HUSBANDS TO BAND TOGHTER AND HIJACK THEW RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE BY PLANNING DANE GUN WARS IN NIGERIA AND MOLESTING CHIDLREN WHO WENT TO SCHOOL AND S AND BEHADING GENDARMES AND BLEEDING LIFE OUT OF THE POOR MASSES IN BUEA AND BAMENDA WHO LIVE ON LESS THAN $1 A DAY?YOU MY DLOVELY SISTERS BROUGHT IN REFUGEES , KIDNAPPINGS,RAPES, ECONOMIC GENOCIDE, HOAX `PETROLEUM DELA S AL A NTIKANG CHO AYAB, FUCKING IN THE BUSH, SLEEPING IN THE BUSH LIKE REAL SUB-HUMANS,VANDALISM, REFUSE AND LITTER IN THE STREETS, SCHOOL BOYCOTTS, KILLINGS AND PYROMANIA, DISEASES AND DEARTH, UNDER DEVELOPMENT AND ILLITERACY AND THE LIST CONTINUES.THE WAY IN WHICH THE CAMEROON AND NIGERAIN INTELLIGENCE SERVCIES SCOPPED UP YOUR HUSBANDS SHOW THAT WE ARE DUMB ASSSES FIGHTING FOR A LOST CAUSE.YOU SHOULD HAVE CAUTIONED YOUR HUSBANDS FROMCOMMITTING THE CRIMES AND CONGREGATING IN A HOTEL ONLY TO BE BUNDLED UP AND ENDING UP IN YAOUNDE LIKE THE TRUE FUGITIVES THAT THEY ARE.
    WE SOLD OUT PEOPLE TO SLAVERY FOR TRINKETS!TODAY EVERY TOM, DICK (NOT BLACK HORSE) IS A PRESIDENT AND INTERIM CHAIRMAN.THEY RANGE FROM THE OLUMBAOLUMBA UNEDUCATED FOOL CUM FAKE PHD PASTOR BAKWERI CUTTAM GO SAKO, THE FAKE SADISTIC ABEUREUH NTIKANG BAGANGU AKUM CHO AYABA LUCAS WHO HAS A FAKE PHD IN HUMAN SLAUGHTERING AND RIGHTS TO ROGUISH AND RECKESS KILLINGS AND MAIMING IS A FIGHTER OR STRUGGLE WHATEVER.GOODNESS ME.
    IT IS CRUEL BUT YOUR HUSBANDS WILL SUFFER FOR BETRAYING THEIR COUNTRY CAMEROON FOR NO AFRICAN HAS EVER INVENTED ANYTHING OR SET UP A COUNTRY.WE LIVE BY THE GRACE OF GOD AND THE WHITE MAN.CARS AND LIMOUSINES LIKE THE ONE THE BABOON EWELLE LEPROSY TABE RODE IN IN LONDON AND DC WERE OR ARE MADE BY THE WHITE MAN.MY DEAR LOVELY SISTERS, OUR PEOPLE ARE NOW FUCKING IN THE BUSH AND SLEEPING IN THE BUSH THANKS TOMTHE IRRESPONSIBLITY OF YOUR HUSBANDS.YOU ARE TO BLAME!YOU ARE TO BLAME.HAD YOU GIVEN YOUR HUSANDS GOOD MBOMBO OR PUSSY, THEY WOULD NOT HAVE EMBARKED ON THIS COLLISION COURSE OF MADNESS OF CRAZY PROPORTIONS.I FEEL FOR YOU AS YOU ARE SEX DEPRIVED.MAY BE WE CAN INSTEAD WRITE TO THE AUTHORITIES OF YAOUNDE TO LET YOU COME IN AND SPEND SOME QUALITY FAMILY TIME WITH YOUR HUSBANDS IN JAIL TO SERVICE.ON THAT POINT AT LEAST I HAVE SOME EMPATHY FOR YOU DEAR LOVELY SISTERS.ALSO REMEMBER THAT YOUR CAUSE IS REECKLESS AND THAT OF SELF IMOLATION.BOH HEWRBERT, UGLY STUTTERER KIBARINKO MASQUERADE FACED MARA BARA, KWERE MBUNGA KWERE TU AKWANGANG BENJI, BAKWERI MOKANJU CUTTAM GO SAKO, BANWA TSE TSE FLIES TAPANG AND ANU TEBONG CHRIS OF MAFUA NDEM ORPHANS ARE ALL RAISING FUNDS ONLINE ON THE BACK OF OUR PEOPLE WHO ARE DYING LIKE CHCICKEN.THEY ARE NOTHING BUT BLODD DRINKING SADISTS AND NYONGO NYONGO NYONGO PEOPLE.AMBAZONIA IS NOTHING BUT A NEW FORM OF SLAVERY AND NYONGO NYONGO NYONG MY DEAR LOVELY SISTERS AND FELLOW DIRTY, POOR LAZY MONEYS AND BABOONS AND PIECE S OF SHIT!

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