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Crise anglophone : des villes mortes peu suivies à Buea

Journal du Cameroun | Des sécessionnistes avaient lancé un appel de trois jours de villes mortes après l’annonce de l’arrestation des leaders de l’Ambazonie. Le mot d’ordre n’a pas été totalement respecté.
Les villes mortes décrétées par les militants sécessionnistes suite à l’annonce de l’arrestation de leurs leaders le 5 janvier dernier, n’ont pas été entièrement respectées par les populations de la ville de Buea (Sud-Ouest). Grâce au déploiement des forces de sécurité, dont les éléments étaient présents dans les écoles, plusieurs élèves ont pu se rendre dans les différents établissements scolaires situés dans ces zones en crise.

À l’école maternelle de Buea Station, comme à l’école catholique du même quartier, des parents ont eu le courage d’emmener leurs enfants à l’école. Les responsables de ces deux établissements indiquent tout de même que les villes mortes ont entraîné une baisse des effectifs dans les salles de classe. À la Bilingual Grammar School (BGS) de Molyko, l’un des directeurs adjoints, Bruno Walto, a affirmé que les cours ont repris le mercredi 3 janvier au sein de l’établissement et que depuis cette date, ses élèves assistent normalement aux cours.

Bruno Walto ajoute que cette présence effective du personnel enseignant et des étudiants est due à l’importance du deuxième trimestre dans le calendrier académique. Un avis partagé par Ronard Apay, directeur du lycée technique (GTHS) de Molyko, qui confie que plus de 500 élèves ont repris le chemin de l’école. Un chiffre qu’il souhaite voir grimper dans les prochains jours.

En rappel, c’est Chris Anu, secrétaire des communications de la République virtuelle d’Ambazonie, qui a lancé un appel à trois jours de villes mortes dans les deux régions anglophones, au cours d’un message diffusé en direct sur le réseau social Facebook. Cet appel avait pour but de protester contre les arrestations de Sisiku Ayuk Tabe et de neuf autres leaders de la revendication anglophone.

Pour le moment, l’information de ces arrestations n’a été confirmée ni par les autorités camerounaises, ni par les forces de défense nigérianes.

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13 comments

  1. “Republique virtuelle d’Ambazonie” is actually the combined NW/SW renamed, so the absurdity consists in calling such a concrete entity “virtual”.

    We may not particularly like the names people choose for themselves but our job is to use, not embellish them.

    • One time “Ecole Publique Ahmadou Ahidjo” is today Ecole Publique Manengole, n’est-ce pas?

    • Africans For Donald Trump

      It is actually the delsuional republic of ambazonia. There is nothing concrete about the delusional republic of ambazonia. It simply does not exist! It is a naive and stupid dream being driven by a bunch of dumb coward terrorist conmen a bunch of whom were abducted last week in Nigeria by unkown gunmen.

      • The Nigerian gov`t, doesn`t seem to like the word `abducted` at this time
        and situation. So while others are a `bunch of dumb coward terrorist conmem`,
        you are the laughing stock in the whole situation.
        Sissikou and co, will be released by the power of the mouth and not money.

  2. so those eight students are the expected numbers of students that is expected in a school in Buea?Shame no dey this LRC Men them

    • Shame to the virtual government calling ghost towns and disrubting the future of our children. Unfortunately we have not learned to understand that ghost towns hurts us more than the government and is not, has not and will never be a solution to the problem. Move to the Diaspora and you will find them going to work from Monday to Sunday and their Kids going to School as scheduled.

  3. Johnpapapapa

    Why do “Francophones” want “Anglophones” Dead, but still call them their Compatriots?

    Some Genocidal Citizens of La Republic du Cameroun (LRC), want Ambazonian leaders returned to colonial Yaoundé and executed publicly to deter future revolutions in Ambazonia. They have been singing this same song on state sponsored propaganda public and private radio and television stations in their country since the abduction of our leaders.

    In their political debates, they openly and publicly abused and hurled hate speeches at Ambazonians and called for genocidal execution of their leaders. Paradoxically they turned around to refer to the very people they want massacred as their compatriots. How possible is such a “compatriotship”?

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    • Africans For Donald Trump

      Not all people from the NW/SW support Ambazonia and secession.
      Most responsible citizens from the NW/SW do not want to secede and remain the compatriots of the people from the other 8 provinces of Cameroon.
      The ambazombie terrorists can not be considered compatriots by the people from the other 8 provinces of Cameroon who want to maintain the integrity of their country. The majority of citizens of the Republic of Cameroon will like these terrorist to be brought to justice for their crimes.

      • But the francophones had in one time or the other, rose up
        to say enough is enough. They were killed execution style, but
        that has not closed it. Sadly for you, it is still boiling in them
        awaiting the critical moment.
        The same images you see each time over CRTV, have tended to give
        you the impression that `majority of citizens of the Republic of Cameroon
        will like those terrorist to be brought to justice for their crimes`.
        Tell me son, what exactly is their crime?

  4. Do more research mr. journalist,people just get up and write stuff just because the want to write.it is very clear francophones in Buea can go to school ,we anglophones
    dont really care about it,those schools mentioned above do have a huge french speaking population,so this why we are fighting because our opinion is never counted ,franco going to school means no ghost town or franco going to school means cameroon is fine,is it not the same language your hench man use to say,if yaounde is fine then cameroon is fine?

    • The usual dull francohone mentality, that they carry about like a hunchback.

  5. we want mount fako back..no more mount cameroun