60,000 have sought refuge in neighbouring Nigeria. According to Amnesty, 450 to 500+ civilians and have been killed in by the government forces.
“When injustice becomes Law, Resistance becomes a duty” The Honorable spoke for his people, told the colonial french government to know Southern Cameroons are not slaves.
Over 350 villages burnt to ashes, unlawful arrest and killing of peaceful people of Ambazonia. Brutal detentions, 3 million people now live in forest. BBC Report
The Catholic bishops’ conference has described the regime’s actions as, “inhuman, blind, monstrous violence. 47 other political leaders are being held without charge.
While condemning the violence of militant extremists, Alton said that government soldiers had responded to peaceful protests with disproportionate force.
He told the House of Lords that the blame for the current conflict lay with Cameroon’s 1961 independence referendum by joining Nigeria or being absorbed by the French-speaking majority in Cameroon
The International Crisis Group reports that a government helicopter hovered outside a church, shooting anglophone worshipers as they emerged from Mass
He quoted the how the American Ambassador express his disapproval of the Cameroonian Government’s brutal response to peaceful protests
He asked British ministers to give practical help to make inclusive and meaningful peace talks possible, which required diplomatic pressure to be put on the Cameroonian authorities
There is nothing admirable about being even-handed in the face of the suffering of the anglophone community
Millions of Southern Cameroonians from all Counties of Ambazonia came out to celebrate declaration of independence in 2016
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