Sunday, 25 December 2016

Cameroonian activist writes an Open letter to FBI, Facebook and US Government

After getting reports that some anonymous individuals have started reporting their accounts because of their activities on Facebook (struggling for the liberation of Southern Cameroons), Tapang Ivo writes an open to FBI, Facebook and US Government. 

Read below, drop your thoughts and share with others;

Dear FBI, Facebook, U.S. government,
Kindly note that anyone reporting us and requesting that our accounts should be shut down works for a brutal gangster regime in Cameroon that has been killing and terrorizing its own innocent people since 1982. The regime does strangle alternative voices like the social media that holds its brutish elites including religious leaders to account and questions power.

Please Sir / Madam, note also that I, most especially, have never advocated for violence or war in my rogue state called Cameroon. I instead run a platform that allows citizens to freely express themselves in a democratic way. You can watch all my videos online to see what I am talking about. Some videos even teach my millions of jobless citizens how to write cover letters, design resumes and get credible jobs.

The gangster regime is falling and they have sent agents to write terrible letters against a few of us fighting against their terror in our own country. Please, instead of hitting at us, extradite persons like President Paul Biya or Tchiroma Bakari so that they can be tried in democratic Western courts.

We are using your open and transparent platform to restore freedoms, democratic accountability, the rule of law and inclusive dialogue. We are solution-oriented and peace-oriented. We want to drain the swamp in Cameroon and set our terrorized citizens free from this North Korean-styled regime.

Merry Christmas from your freethinker and solution-oriented critic.
Tapang Ivo, Tapanga Photography.


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