Good Morning Southern Cameroonians.
Yesterday Restoration Ghost Towns were superb across the counties in Southern Cameroons. After we sent a powerful message on 20th May boycott, our people still got up on Monday with our normal kontry Sunday. It is now a law in our land. For six months now we have been consistent with our Ghost Towns, we understand it is not an easy task on our people, but it is the necessary price we must pay so that all aspect of our society is touched if we must share the good pain to freedom. It has also not been easy with many violators but we can satisfactorily say the struggle is on course.
We want to use this opportunity to congratulate the people of Southern Cameroons for the show of unity in boycotting 20th May, from Southern to Northern zones in Southern Cameroons, you succeeded once again to tell the colonialist regime that we identify as Southern Cameroonians and not the destructive tags of NW/SW, we are one people bound by the common desire to free our homeland from 56 years of annexation. History will take note of this and the betrayals of our struggle shall be documented and studied in our history books. We would immortalised and praised our heroes/heroines while shaming the betrayals with their photos/counties in our books and through out our generation.
Tomorrow, our leaders and people go to court. Since December 2016, when our people were arrested, abducted and taken up to Yaoundé, we have been consistent in calling for their release. The international community have written on a number of cases and the regime still remain adamant. Let it be known that this struggle will not enter into any constructive phase so far as our leaders and people are still in chains. The resistance will continue. We hope la Republique will show some signs of good faith by releasing all our people and give room for genuine Dialogue with a third party less the masquiza movement will only increase.
Yesterday, we also learned that President Paul Biya again appointed colonial DOs over our territory. This time around, he succeeded in increasing the number of Anglophones within our territory to 40 percent, a 70 percent increase from previous administrators- a blindfolded move to make our people think more Anglophones are now administrators. However, in a normal setting, this still falls short and shows signs of marginalisation. But, we are above that level now, we do not want colonial administrators over our land. We reject them and declared that they do not represent the people of Southern Cameroons. They represent Paul Biya, the chief colonial master. The struggle has never been about appointments. It is about restoration of the statehood of Southern Cameroons.
This morning, we also learned that there has been a mixed control of strange black security men probably from the north, arresting and molesting our people in Mile 17 Buea. The government has not given up. The colonial rule continues. Yes, these are issues strange to our culture. We were warned.
We maintain our call for Southern Cameroonians to boycott Amour Mezam and send it out of business from Southern Cameroons. That bus agency has been a thorn to our struggle. We continue to encourage our people to take on different buses for their destinations. Let us use our strength to collectively shame Amour Mezam.
The civil disobedience will continue and it will escalate on all facets. The ungovernability of Southern Cameroons will soon reached its apex. Attacks will come from all forces both spiritual, technological and otherwise until the United Nations hear our case.
Have faith my people. Believe in the struggle and have hope that by October 1st 2017, we shall all march to Buea and sing freedom songs.
We continue to call for the release of our people.
#FreeBalla #FreeFontem #FreeMancho #FreeAyah #FreeAllArrested #FreeSouthernCameroons.
From Bui County
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