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Fall of Sudan’s strongman sends signals to Cameroon, Uganda, others

Guardian | The fall of Sudan’s strongman Omar Al-Bashir yesterday elicited reactions from the global community with Mali’s Prime Minister Moussa Mara saying his “departure” shares the same principle with that of Algeria’s 82-year-old Abdelaziz Bouteflika who resigned as president following weeks of protest by citizens.

Mara, in a statement issued in response to an enquiry by The Guardian, said the increasingly young and connected (and therefore demanding) African population would be less and less tolerant of leaders as “special situations” become “detonators of these movements.”

“When a president, after 30 years in power, is still struggling to allow a regular supply of basic necessities in his country and takes unbearable measures for the purse of the weakest, he will face a popular movement,” Mara told The Guardian through one of his aides.

“It will be the same when he tries to stay in power despite disappointing results.” According to him, the Sudan experience is promising for democratic renewal and socio-economic progress of the continent.

Early morning reports had announced al-Bashir’s resignation and hand over of power to the military council. But the military council in a subsequent statement by General Awad Ibn Auf claimed it seized power from 75-year-old Bashir, who had been taken to a “safe place” after “toppling the regime.” He announced the formation of a two-year military-led transitional government.

“The armed forces will take power with representation of the people, to pave the way for Sudanese people to live in dignity,” said Ibn Auf, the country’s vice president and defence minister who also declared a three-month state of emergency and the suspension of the 2005 Constitution. The military council dissolved all Sudan’s government institutions plus the national assembly and national council of ministers.

However, protesters who had staged a mass sit-in outside the complex calling for the army to support their bid to peacefully oust al-Bashir, yesterday rejected the ‘military coup’ as announced by Ibn Auf.

The Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), which had been spearheading the protests, insisted it would continue with demonstrations just as it demanded the hand over of power to a civilian transitional government to reflect the “forces of the revolution.”

Veteran international journalist John Chiahemen, while agreeing with Mara’s position, in a chat with The Guardian yesterday night, said: “The world today is witnessing populist movements from Hungary to Italy and France and indeed to Britain and the United States — all changing the established political order.

“Sudan and other Arab-dominated states of Africa missed out on the tide of pro-democracy change that swept across the continent in the early 1990s, toppling military rulers or single-party regimes from Benin to Mali and further across Sub-Saharan Africa.

“The country also managed to escape the Arab Spring democratic uprisings that began in Tunisia in December 2010 and quickly spread to Egypt, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. So, you could say al-Bashir was ousted by Arab Spring 2.0,” Chiahemen said.

“The question remains how he would have imagined he could survive the unstoppable tsunami of popular revolt when much stronger peers like Muammar Gaddafi of Libya or Hosni Mubarak of Egypt could not.”

According to Mr. Chiahemen, popular uprisings of Sudan’s kind tend to produce ripple effects with an unexpected reach. He recalled that the pro-democracy movements in Sub-Saharan Africa came right on the heels of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain. He warned that the interconnected world of social media and viral videos have made the globe a single village.

“Hopefully, the holdout dictators of Africa like Cameroon’s Paul Biya, Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema and Yoweri Museveni of Uganda can hear the fire engines,” he said.

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64 comments

  1. Where are the supporters of the despotic in Yaounde?please hurry and call up Banda kani to give this guy a lecture about Cameroons sovereignty.he should spare non of his threats as he did to the Americans.
    Whatever,the octogenarian is lrcs problem.Amba must be free wether lrc likes it or not.

  2. French Cameroonians are happy with their puppet leader of 87 yrs and are scare to shed blood for Freedom.

    • @The Mayor

      Your big mami Pima . I hope your forefathers can speaking English nyamfuka

    • @ The mayor, there is no such thing as french or english Cameroon. Cameroon is Cameroon. Try and eradicate those colonial thoughts from your brain. We are one people and together we can march in Yaounde and get rid of the brutal dictator. As late Bob said “Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery; None but ourselves can free our minds”. This Ambazonia silly kidnappings and demanding ransom and at times beheading or preventing our kids from going to school will never ever liberate anybody. The dictators like arms confrontation as they have the upper hand with more firepower and the military on their side. Only through unity can we all free ourselves from Biya and his master France. As long as Ambazonians continue with their madness, Biya is happy the reason he is doing nothing to stop it.

      • Why not go to the logical conclusion – “there is no Cameroon”?

      • @ Bobjazz
        “One day God will hear our prayer…papi..”
        Willy de Paris is working on this master peace of a sound right now.
        The single will be out there at the end of this month.
        Continue to preach goodness even if it is to deaf ears.

        • @Bikutsi

          Smelling lass woman. You don confuse already? Your prayer is for another Biya to succeed Biya after his 8th term. See the rotting lass you wrote above illiterate smelling lass villageoise.

        • Kumkum Pass Garri

          L’enemie

          Smeeling kanasa man. See the rotten kanas you wrote above illiterate smelling kanas villager.

  3. Naive Sudanese will soon discover that their problems have only began. That the only solution is working very hard in the farm to generate capital, used to creat industries that will reduce jobless youths from the street. What has become of Gambia, after jammeh was pushed out of power?exactly the same problems remain, nothing has change. Prove the problem was not the president. I believe holding periodic elections is an obstacle to industrialization. Ask me why?

    • Hahahahahaha, Ni Bah…..for Ambaland honey go hang-hang for on top all trees.

      Mek massa Kongossa no only lick yi own honey for on top bottle daso…

  4. @Bah acho Democracy,or democratic values may not be the best system of governance, according to u,but so far,no other system of governance have proven to be batter than democracy,especially in Africa.Nigeria,Ghana,and South Africa are enjoying relative peace in their countries because they have embraced democratic values and the rule of law in their countries, compared to Cameroon,Sudan,Uganda,Zimbabwe,Equatorial Guinea,Libya that have dictators.

    • Here’s W. Churchill’s quote;

      Many forms of Government have been tried, and will be tried in this world of sin and woe. No one pretends that democracy is perfect or all-wise. Indeed, it has been said that democracy is the worst form of Government except all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.

    • KONGOSA,,,,the african who graduated from western university has lost control of his mind!he believes that the same aryans who inslaved his ancestors to generate free wealth for thier prosperity will creat a system of government and give him to reverse the balance of power currently not in our favour.
      but the truth is that in oder for us to beat them,we must craft strategies that serve our interest.if democrazy is good for the inslaver,then it is poison for the inslaved.
      pointing to territories like south africa populated by africans while aryans control land and means of production says something about your mental condition.

      • Ni Bah,
        there is just no way u can explain 2 Shekau that his prophet loved women, and that he too had joumbas. Talk less of explaining to Shekau that Bil?l ibn Rab?h was his best pal and the chosen chop chair. Don’t even bother informing him that his prophet was not far from him in complexion. The very minute you ever succeed in convincing and proving to him that the prophet was like him, he would start hating the prophet. Not because of the lies in the holy books, but simply because the prophet would now have his own colour he has been taught by his father to despise.

        Ni, we’re no different from mobile phone applications—just need to put some codes 2gether—and the App is good to go.

        And you would so hope that those who swear by Shakespeare would even understand better—but worse…

        • Bilal ibn Rabah

        • Hihihi ZZ
          Tu es un vrai poet..
          Courage à tous les Camerounais, surtout ceux de la Diaspora,
          Comme disait quelcun, “le plus chanceux rentrera au pays fou “

  5. Bashir built a brutal spider web of security forces, like Biya and it swallowed him. Your former defense minister isin prison with his wife some military officers out there are sympathetic for him, Boko Haram is killing BIR in large numbers up North. Sooner moral will drop within the army and you will be next. Make peace while you have time and fight the real enemy; Boko Haram or you will be next.

    • That was a sweet approach, Fai. However, we can still expatiate that a bit further. Even his former PM is in prison. And assuming we can zoom a little bit closer, we’ll soon discover that perhaps we too, especially male CMRs, are not that different from Biya and Co. Our egos are bigger than the earth, yet we’re all like sugar ants in the face of other MALES. In fact, we are the last of males among males of this world simply coz we always try 2 shift the blame elsewhere rather than facing our own image on the mirror and scattering that mirror with anger, and swear 2 look at that mirror with our true eyes the next time. Well, the mirror was the BEST invention ever.

      Try shu mirror for shumbu, ifi yi no chakara da mirror, sleep no go enter yi eye.

      U know y? Shumbu no sabi how for pretend…

      • @Zam zam,
        How is your Kamto inspired march to dislodge Biya going today?

        • @kedioh, Kikikikiki…..with or without Amba/Kamto, indivisible CMR shall be freed of all leeches…

      • Cameroon is a country of many dishonest cowards who would sell their souls for a loaf of bread.Only the Anglophones(English part) of Cameroon is capable of challenging dictator Biya.The French speaking Cameroonians are just a lazy bunch of thieves,fraudsters,cheats,fornicators,murderers,occultic princes etc.Cameroon will be difficult to change because even those who call themselves parliamentarians and senators are a bunch of crooked,fraudulent,wicked and barbaric sheep.

  6. To compare Cameroon to Gambia is sheer stupidity.

  7. Especially Cameroon as biya the genocidal dictator continues to kill youths and vulnerable people in 2+ years,burning villages to intimidate the people, using the army to capitulate by amputation, burning of unarmed civilians and vulnerable people in their homes, burning hospitals ,mass grave + hiring mercenaries from Chad & central African to kill Ambazonians,the people will resist,fright until total seperation,+ Ambazonia independence as biya’s barbarism has demonstrated the hatred he has for the Ambazonia people

  8. Ambasonia is a terrorist organization. 401 scammers peoples .

    All of them should be killed

  9. Supporters of both the Biya regime & Amba yell “kill them all, nonsense”. Well, as the carnage continues, the place remains ungovernable & unsafe. The idea of forcing kids out of school is insane but the government has not had clean hands either. When peaceful protesters walked the streets of B’da, Buea, Limbe & Kumba in 1992 demanding for an Anglo-Saxon University so they can be instructed in a language they comprehend, it was met with bloodshed, massive arrests, teacher transfers, abuses & incarceration.
    Amba is a separatist group & has many misprisions. There is nothing good or righteous about the Biya regime either. Fanatics will support him through hell or high water until they’re in a drag net. Marafa, Inoni, Forjindam,etc? Al-Bashir is like Biya, rig elections and kill to the end.

  10. Cameroon is a typical example of the fools paradise. Biya, will weather the storm again.

    • Kumkum Pass Garri

      @Joshua

      Are you saying that Biya has weathered the Ambazonia storm and is waiting to weather any other storm again?

      • I know you’re anti Ambazonia but do you really support a dictator? Seriously? Couldn’t those two be separated? Isn’t there some moral compass that should give anyone an understanding that the same despot that created this mess can not be held to a higher moral ground (if any) than his opponents? I can understand when anyone criticizes Ambazonia platform but how that translates into support for a lifetime dictatorship is in deed bewildering and x-rays the very dubious nature of the African; the “me” personality, “us vs. them”, deep trenches along tribal and regional line.
        Let the dying dotard continue to kill but the divisions remain and the problem unsolvable. The truth is Biya is in his twilight yrs and will not solve this issue. His legacy (if any) is forever besmirched. Keep going.

        • Kumkum Pas Garri

          @Epie,

          You must have a reading and comprehension problem! You need to working on your reading comprehension skills!

          I can help you if you let me know exactly what in my comment above led you to the conclusion that I support Biya.

  11. I don’t even think our brothers and sisters in Cameroon know or will even hear about this. Cameroun Tribune will never report this and any journalist who reports this will end up in Kondengui.

  12. The people in Equatorial Africa are different!
    Cameroon is no Sudan or Algeria!
    These people have understood that if you plant during planting season you can pray for a good harvest and you shall harvest.
    In Cameroon the majority think planting is a for job for the lowly Anglophones, they are dreaming of a bountiful harvest without any planting sacrifice!
    Laziness, inertia, 250 tribes, not a nation, no sense of purpose, no sense of unity, Belly politics, not a Bamileke, not an anglophone etc
    8M Anglophones are being purposefully marginalized, killed, tortured etc Cameroon has not been able to rally 200K people to walk the streets of Yaoundé or Douala to say we demand better!
    Who is fooling who?
    When a people don’t even know their power!
    Low IQ
    This is no Sudan or Algeria!

    • Delusional Lum

      Lum is fooling delusional herself

    • @Lum,

      if I could apologize for ALL male Africans for letting Mama Africa of creation down, I would have done so ever since I was a wanton boy wandering from one guava stick to the other. Mostly not cos I so love guavas but to escape from what I saw. How mami could carry my little sis on her back, well tight around mami’s torso with sandja, and yet mami would dig that cassava out of the earth to put it on the table for lunch, so we don’t sleep with empty bélé. And what was the mami’s reward? Well, let’s assume it is the past, for now.

      What I know, however, it would be too naive for me to accept that such mentality is just a behavioural mishap peculiar to a given region in CMR/Africa. Bami, Beti, Toubouri, Bali, Banyangi…Biya is no different from many of CMR/Afr males, me too incl.

      • Ouch ZZ!
        Tu as touché le fond du problem: l’homme Camerounais/Africain!
        Il y a biensur des exeptions, mais la majorité…
        Mama Africa souffre à cause de ce manque de maturité de la part de ses fils!
        Ces fils sont eux meme victimes de l’imaturité et mauvais traitement des parents et grands parents…
        L’homme Africain doit réapprendre à etre le protecteur, le guerrier qu’il est sensé etre.
        Les femmes sont obligées aujourd’hui de mettre le pantalon parcequ’il manque de vrais hommes visionnaires et protecteurs de Mama Africa.
        Reveillez vous et guidez nous, on est bien dans nos mini jupes..
        A chacun son role!

        • Bikut,

          si nous voulons aller de l’avant, nous devons miser sur vous les ngah, plusieurs sont encore lucides.

          Nos cultures antiques sont pleines de reliques de déesses. Imagines Mme Walla présidente, l’avocate Ndocki vice-présidente, Mme Nk’om présidente d’assemblée, Minette aux finances…

          On ne reconnaîtra pas la CMR après seulement 10 ans.

      • @Zam
        No need to apologize!
        We have had almost 60yrs to build a nation of our own identity and yet!
        There are 7.2M Francophones in Canada with a population of about 37M.
        There are 8M Anglophones in Cameroon with a population of about 24M…yet!
        The Canadian dollar is bilingual, the CFA is only in French etc!
        Such simple things we are unable to stand up and articulate our position.
        A simple Federation we are unable to maintain, we twist ourselves into pretzels just to blame the whiteman for things we can do on our own.
        Today we kill each other with whiteman guns, bullets, armored car, bombs, even the uniforms we wear.
        Just like Canada we can rise and fix the problem or we can create an invisible whiteman to blame for all our problems.
        How long can we lie to ourselves!
        60++

        • Kumkum Pas Garri

          Lum

          You are the only one lying to your delusional self!
          Lum is fooling Lum and no one else.

        • @Lum,

          we’ll get there….it is a must. Centralisation can no longer hold the house together. All those thieves at Etoudi already know this, they are just playing with time to steal the more b4 each elected governor handles his own budget…

  13. @bah acho What i saw in your write-up is a typical example of a man who talks and listens himself.You have spent time castigating democratic principles and the rule of law,but did not propose any system of governance that is better than democracy…That alone says something about your mental condition.

    • Kongossa
      You need to grow up.
      You must reach a certain level of maturity to understand the write-ups of sir Bah Acho.

      • Bikutsi

        Smelly dirty lass hoe. Your gorilla face truly think you are mature? A mature woman can clean her privates properly but here you are with your smelly lass supporting a genocidaire tribal dictator burning old people, women and children alive in their own homes. Devil from the pit of hell. You will never be mature or civilized enough the way you want people to believe and I will always have here to remind you of how smelly your dirty lass is. Akpara ASHAWO SMELLY LASS.

        • If cyber police pick you now, ah know sey go swear sotey lick ground sey you bin be di describe na ya own mami so…

    • KONGOSA,,,,,in oder to seriously talk about a system of government.we must first have the financial means by which to impose and make it effective.going to borrow money from the imf or world bank created,and owned by those who want our extinction while thinking we can use their money to craft a system of administration in our favour is naive.the reality is that what makes something effective is the economic power one posses to impose it,even when the enemy is strongly against?if what interest us is reversing power balance in our favour.then this is the only existing solution.a system of administration crafted from our traditions geared towards group harmony without winners or losers is that which we shall call ours.but first direction farm to generate money the only power instrument.

  14. I have long ago, come to the conclusion that the larepublicans do not qualify to build any nation.
    They are too infantile to even stand up for their rights.

  15. @bah acho U have still not told me how the system u are proposing will look like.What will be the methods,or criteria of choosing our president,councillors,parliamentarians,e.t.c…I have still not understood how that your system will look like and how it is going to function for proper governance.Will there be any legal system in that your system,if yes,what are the laws are we going to use? Is it bakossi or bali,or banso,or ewondo criminal justice system.Which one,and which language would we be using in our courts..e.t.c…

    • KONGOSA,,,,your question reveal that although you maybe african physically speaking.but your thinking is british,or let us say a british creation to be simple.if not do we need parlamentarians whoes job i am still to understand from an african cultural point of view?or even in terms of practical utility?to give you an anwser try to think outside the box of british indoctrination called education.i will break the awnser in two parts below.

      • what will be the criteria for choosing those who run our villages,cities and country?the first criteria is people must prove thier talent and competence in a village or city in the aspect of wealth creation for at least 15 year.if you can not creat and manage a small company of 50 people.it is not managing a city or village that you can.secondly in oder to be part of the management team,you must be an engineer,agronomist,technician,builder,agriculturalist,industrialist,or farmer with good record known to all.notice that there are no votes,so university graduates with no experience are automatically excluded.they must start from the bottom,prove thier capabilities in industry before gaining access to the management team.members of the management team are choosed by selection not election.

        • in our african system that can be called PAMOJA meaning together in kiswahili.all decesions are taken conscientiously by members of the team after careful examination of every aspect connected to the issue in question,exactly like it was in original africa.time may has passed but the wisdom of our ancestors to invent such a perfect system has resisted time.no decesion is taken individually like city mayors do in the currupt anglo saxon system.once this system is established,we will then creat an authentic african school of public administration where students internalize our system,graduate and enter public service for those who choose from the bottom.then go through a process of promotion as they gain experience.they will then make up the administration team after 15 years.

        • what will be the criteria for choosing those who run our villages,cities and country?the first criteria is people must prove thier talent and competence in a village or city in the aspect of wealth creation for at least 15 year.if you can not creat and manage a small company of 50 people.it is not managing a city or village that you can.secondly in oder to be part of the management team,you must be an engineer,agronomist,technician,builder,agriculturalist,industrialist,or farmer with good record known to all.notice that there are no votes,so university graduates with no experience are automatically excluded.they must start from the bottom,prove thier capabilities in industry before gaining access to the management team.members of the management team are choosed by selection not election.

  16. @Kum kum pass garri, sad to say it, but a bastard, doesn`t belong anywhere.
    Such, is the nature of it and those who will support a killer etc and are happy
    about it.

    • it is from this team at village and city level that those who will take decesions at national level are choosen.again through selection base on talent,competence,and track record like in the golden days of authentic africa.each province has for example ten people to provide at national level in a system where those taking decesions only meet once a month or every three months.the drama of foolish anglo saxon parlamenterians debating day in day out over nothing,insulting and even fighting each other will belong to what we shall call the period of tragedy.the countries top leader will then be choosen by this cream of the countries top administrators from all provinces,again base on merit.there are always those who will distinguish themselves through strategic thinking and vesion.

      • our legal system will be drawn from all african linguistic groups to form one harmonious system grounded in the tradition of correction not punishment like it is in crimnogenic anglo saxon system.it will start by elaborating an african code of conduct taken from our tradition of group above individual good.for example in all public and private transport systems.all women should be seated while men stand.if a man is seating and a woman enters the bus,he must stand up and give her the seat without being asked to.no matter thier age ,but if the woman says no then he can seat.this is how our ancestors fixed it.our children will internalise this values from very early age in school.our legal system will draw inspiration from here to elaborate marraige laws,family,inheritance,etc.

    • in what language shall we work.since KENYA UGANDA TANZANIA PART OF CONGO ZAMBIA AND EVEN SOUTH AFRICA already use KISWAHILI.it will be a wise decesion strategically for us to adopt this language,as language of sciences,learning,researche,industry and business.why not use the ethiopian writing system?from my experiment,it is realistic.but how do we protect and valorize inter group languages like META,BALI,BABANKI,etc?we shall employ high precesion technology to translate books in this languages for instruction to start in villages with the mother tongue while SWAHILI is learned aside to prepare children for higher education.in big cities learning will be directly in KISWAHILI but primary schools operating in MANKON in bamenda for example should exist .

      • is this appraoch possible in 300 languages in cameroon?infact they are even small because if one book of 100 pages on bio technology can be translated in a month by two people.ten translators will give us 24 books a year,enough for starting.our objective is to get everybody cominucate and work in KISWAHILI without cutting them from the mother tongue.books on META,BALI,MANKON,cuisine medecine,architecture etc can then be written in this languages and translated to lingua franca KISWAHILI for larger distribution.in our public code of conduct,no parents will be allowed to give their children non african names.thier names must strickly reflect thier ancestral lineage giving names like BAH ACHO,BAH REH NJAH,MAH-NJAH,MAH-SIRI,etc.english will be taught as an alien language.

    • our legal system will be drawn from all african linguistic groups.this will form one harmonious system grounded in the african legal system of correction not punishment like it is in the crimogenic anglo saxon system.it will start by elaborating an african code of conduct taken from our tradition of group above individual interest.for example in all public and private transport systems.all women should be seated,and men standing no matter thier age.if the woman decides the contrary,then the man should be seated.if a man is seating in a bus and a women enters the bus,he should immidiately stand up and give her the seat without being ask to.this is how our ancestors fixed it to be.our children will internalise this values from early age in thier hearts as they are taught in school.

      • be careful this only applies to african women.let me be specefic and clear here.if a non african woman enters the bus in africa.no man should stand up and give her the seat.our welcoming attitude of treating aliens is viewed by aliens as a form of weakness.we must adjust to this reality and limit our social values withen african people only.our system of economic transformation should be calculated in 5 10 15 20 years periods.with exactly the same team in place to see through its implementation.elections are strickly banned so no change of those who handle the transformation process.one of the tragedies of democrazy is shortermism.ours will be based on longterm economic planning going for industries where we can be competitive enough.without the same team in place impossible to do this.

    • Kumkum Pass Garri

      Joshua,

      You are so dumb that you probably have no memory!

      You are the one who called for Atanga Nji’s house to be set on fire. Well I am so happy that all those you sent to go burn down Atanga Nji’s house have been killed and anyone who attempts to burn Atanga Nji’s house will be killed! I celebrate when terrorists are killed!

      If you had a memory you will remember how you used to celebrate here each time there was a report of ambazombie terrorists beheading fellow Cameroonians, raping girls, amputating the arms of girls who want to go to school, burning down schools and business property etc.

  17. by implementing this system and aggressively persuing economic development.not only shall we catchup our adverseries but we shall surpass them in technology,science,research,etc .seventy percent of our children must study engineering and thirthy percent scientist.we can creat words and inject in our languages to guarantee solid technical and scientific training without using alien words that cause alienation of the brain.it is easy for a META speaking child to call sciences EH KHEREH than using the english word for it.since it exist in the language the child will easily make the connection between it and real live.it is no surprise that japanese,korean and chinese children who study in thier languages are more intelligent that caucasian children.we should do better.

  18. ???? ? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????
    ???? ? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????
    ???? ? ?????? ?????? ??? ??????
    SANS SALAIRES, les militaires de la republique
    du Cameroun pillent des maisons, v-i-o-l-e-n-t,
    incendient des villages, tuent tous les animaux,
    chiens et chat pour manger. Ils prennent des otages,
    font du chantage et tirent sur ceux qui ne respectent pas les
    ghost towns pour SABOTER la Revolution de L’AMBAZONIE.
    Ils tuent des gens et accusent des AMBA BOYS pour pousser les populations
    à se retourner contre Les VAILLANTS AMBAZONIENS, combattants de la LIBERTE.

    Tous les JOURS , la milice tribale tue, assassine, massacre, détruit, et pille l’AMBAZONIE.
    TOUS vOS PLANS DIABOLIQUES TOMBENT A L’EAU. Les “BAMENDA” sont partis.

  19. SANS SALAIRES, les militaires de la republique
    du Cameroun pillent des maisons, v-i-o-l-e-n-t,
    incendient des villages, tuent tous les animaux,
    chiens et chat pour manger. Ils prennent des otages,
    font du chantage et tirent sur ceux qui ne respectent pas les
    ghost towns pour SABOTER la Revolution de L’AMBAZONIE.
    Ils tuent des gens et accusent des AMBA BOYS pour pousser les populations
    à se retourner contre Les VAILLANTS AMBAZONIENS, combattants de la LIBERTE.

    Tous les JOURS , la milice tribale tue, assassine, massacre, détruit, et pille l’AMBAZONIE.

    TOUS vOS PLANS DIABOLIQUES TOMBENT A L’EAU. Les “BAMENDA” sont partis.

  20. @Kum kum pass garri, advice yourself, that lies don`t have a place. Not amba boys raping
    our girls, burning whole villages etc etc. Don`t play a fast one on yourself, lad

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