Friday, 2 February 2018

United Nations Proves To Be Useless As Ayuk Tabe's Wife Gives A Moving Message To Paul Biya - Cameroon News

It has been almost a month since the wife of the self-appointed president of the Ambazonia has no news of her husband and a dozen other secessionists' missing "in Abuja on January 5.

She is stepping up to appeal to the media, the people, governments and international organizations for the case of Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and company.

Yaoundé, who confirms the extradition of the secessionists in Cameroon, does not convince the government of the Ghost Republic, which gave him a five-day ultimatum to prove the extradite's signs of life.

In the aftermath of this minister's outing, of communication, Lilian Ayuk Tabe, wife of the Ambazonian president, worries Paul Biya by pleading for the case of her husband and his comrades.

According to him, Ayuk Tabe, whom President Paul Biya has described as a terrorist, is not one. He would be an "adorable, caring, humble and honest and helpful husband?"
United Nations Proves To Be Useless As Ayuk Tabe's Wife Gives A Moving Message To Paul Biya
"We have reason to worry about the life and safety of my husband ... Ayuk Julius is not a terrorist. He is not a criminal. Julius is an activist fighting for freedom, equality and justice in our homeland of Ambazonia, "she says.
She remembers the famous day of January 5, 2018 when she has no news of her husband in the evening.

"Julius and I last spoke on January 5, 2018, when he flew to Abuja in advance for a scheduled meeting with members of Ambazonia.

The meeting, he told me, was to focus on the growing humanitarian needs of refugees from Ambazonia, Nigeria, and the systematic killings, arrests and destruction of property by armed soldiers and paramilitary forces in the Republic. from Cameroon ,? she said.

Was she surprised on the evening of January 5th, it's radio silence. Her husband's phones are inaccessible. "On January 6, 2018, after several investigations, we received information that my husband Julius and eleven other leaders of the interim government of Ambazonia had been abducted by the Nigerian security service during their meeting at the Nera Hotel in Abuja. For three weeks, no one, including Nigerian human rights lawyers, Femi Falana Abdul Oroh and family members of the leaders. "

DECLARATION OF THE WOMAN OF THE SEPARATIST AYUK TABE ON THE ARREST AND "EXTRADITION" OF HIS HUSBAND

This is the first time that Mrs. Lilian AYUK TABE, wife of the other makes a public release since her husband has proclaimed himself interim president of the ghost republic of Ambazonia. In a correspondence in English that goes around the web, she talks about her last conversation with her husband.

"I need to start by thanking God because all good things come from Him, even in difficult times.

Every day that passes we become more and more worried about the fate of SISIKU Julius AYUK TABE. The past three weeks have been nightmarish for all his family, friends and residents of the former British territory of South Cameroon (hereinafter referred to as the Federal Republic of Ambazonia), not knowing where he is.

I make this statement because we have reason to worry about the life and safety of my husband and we know that the media, the public, governments and organizations will pay attention.

SISIKU Julius AYUK TABE is an adorable, caring, humble and honest husband and father of my children. A trained and experienced computer engineer, he is calm and always wants to serve others and seek solutions to improve human prosperity.

It is these qualities that have earned the confidence of Ambazonians who have trusted him to lead legal and diplomatic efforts towards restoring the independence and international recognition of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia as a democratic state. and sovereign.

My husband Julius is not a terrorist. He is not a criminal. Julius is an activist fighting for freedom, equality and justice in our homeland Ambazonia.
Julius and I last spoke on January 5, 2018, when he flew to Abuja in advance for a scheduled meeting with close members of the interim government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia. The meeting, he told me, was to focus on the growing humanitarian needs of refugees from Ambazonia in Nigeria and on systematic killings,

On the evening of January 5, 2018, Julius had not returned home and was inaccessible on the phone. On January 6, 2018, after several investigations and consultations, we received information that my husband Julius and eleven other leaders of the interim government of Ambazoni had been abducted by the Nigerian security service at their meeting at the Nera Hotel in Abuja.

For three weeks, no one, including the Nigerian human rights lawyers, FEMI FALANA and ABDUL OROH, and the family members of the leaders ...
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