Friday, 3 March 2017

Restoration Of Southern Cameroons Statehood - The Seven Rules Of Engagement To Enforce Effective Ghosttowns

Restoration Of Southern Cameroons Statehood - The Seven Rules Of Engagement To Enforce Effective Ghosttowns. The seven rules of engagement:


I strongly believe that we can all give a big push to this struggle once again! Remember that there would be high and low moments. Here are the rules of engagement:

1. Call back home daily and prepare our citizens for the light at the end of the tunnel. Already, our French-speaking brothers and sisters are now stamping their footprints on our campus once again. Invite every family member to pull back starting Monday because it will be sad for violators.

2. Other pressure groups that advocate for self-defense could step up their game, even more, I suggest. The regime has intensified their violent strategies and so there is more need for the show of power too from other existing pressure groups.

3. Send the numbers of those teachers and their photos. We need to know exactly whom we are calling and how to identify them. Enough is enough. Our children are dying and are being arrested and these teachers do not care.

4. Locate the DOs and SDOs and send us their contact addresses. Get their time schedule and let us know when they are free from work to attend to our own duties. Call back home and get this information. Send it to us privately.

5. Write letters and placed them on the doors of students whom you think are violating the struggle. A warning notice is important. We will not end on Facebook alone. Send anonymous letters in this regard. Let them know that their actions provoke more killings in our country.

6. Taxi drivers that violate the ghost towns should have their matriculation numbers written down for future reference. Already, our self-defence pressure groups have been claiming responsibilities for some of the burnings of cars. That is not a problem to me, considering that the circulation of cars on ghost town days provoke more killings than it prevents. And also, drivers have been well informed.

7. At the moment, everyone is aware of our key messages on ghost towns and the non-use of violence, especially in humans. But, we are tired of sending out the same messages over and over. Now it is time to flog people who have transformed the temple into a hive of activities. Our temple must be respected, take it or leave it.

I cannot wait for Monday. We shall see who is who in Southern Cameroons.
Restoration Of Southern Cameroons Statehood - The Seven Rules Of Engagement To Enforce Effective Ghosttowns

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