Thursday, 22 March 2018

Why Ambazonians Must Fight - A Patrick Wanwa Powerful Narrative

The first tests of the determination, education and willingness of the Ambazonian to fight for the home which they as a people have so ferociously desired have been proven with the ingenuous daring with which they have almost bare handedly resisted and subdued hundreds of the terrorist forces from across the span of la République du CameroUn. Forces that are armed to the teeth.

PATRICK WANWA ( guest writer)

Those tests must remain hallmark of their leadership and the cornerstone of the society upon which a prosperous, vibrant and powerful Ambazonia shall be built.

The magnanimity, in deep contrast to the wanton fascist behavior of the Paul Biya soldiers, with which errant and misguided students from the University of Dschang were captured in Lebielem, admonished and released to return home in spite of the grave danger their (the students’) activities had posed to the civility and sense of purpose of the people of Lebielem demonstrates an awe inspiring willingness and determination of a people through their fighting youths to stick to the basic tenets of human rights’ obligations and respect for human dignity.
Why Ambazonians Must Fight-A Patrick Wanwa Powerful Narrative
The release from captivity of the teacher and registrar of the GCE Board, Ivo Leke, primarily on health and age grounds speaks volumes. Among Ambalanders and those sympathetic with their plight and their valiant struggle to fend off the yoke of colonization from La République du CameroUn the debate has been very heated and passionate against the freedom of one (Ivo Leke) whom most consider a traitor to and a collaborator of the regime in Yaoundé.

Yet it must be observed that no matter other plausible reasons proffered the gesture of the Ambazonian freedom fighters contrasts with the reckless, irresponsible, and murderous rampages of the CameroUnese army. For whatever it is worth, the release remains a beacon of hope that the future foundation of the nation is bound to be solid.

Even under the best of circumstances mistakes shall always be inevitable. But the losing of a few battles must NEVER be allowed to define the outcome of the war.

For those who have failed to understand the absolute necessity of the Ambazonian to free themselves it must be made clear that it is impossible to have fought so hard to free oneself from the easier yoke of British indirect colonial rule just to be voluntarily subjected to the heavy burden of la République du CameroUn’s brutal, corrupt and assimilative colonial rule.

In the months after the British Southern Cameroon dabbled with the question if establishing a federation with la République du CameroUn the despotic leadership in Yaoundé devoid of any democratic experience struck against her like a viper. It was simply a matter of discerning who was willing to betray whom among the British Southern Cameroonian leadership, and at what price. And whom was physically disposable if the option to buy proved untenable.

From its first leader, El Hadj Amadou Ahidjio and especially since the appointment of Paul Biya at the helm of la République du CameroUn both men have shone in their almost supernatural abilities to recruit thieves whom over the decades since the end of direct European colonial rule to neocolonial rule have displayed unrivalled mastery in crumbling an economy and wealth potential more than mere words can describe.

The Ambazonian people have had to fight because since the usurpation of their independence every single matter of their daily living from the trivial, the most pedestrian to the most grave has been transferred to Yaoundé, a veritable CROOK TOWN.

And even under the most irrelevant official visit they must count themselves lucky to escape the clutches of its corrupt officials with a franc in their purses and at rimes even with their lives.

The soldiers of LRC with the assistance of the Chadian Armed Forces have ordinarily shown acts of ‘bravery’ as over the years they have engaged the Boko Haram forces. Yet an undesirable excess if boldness has blinded them to follow the whims and caprices of a dead regime to fight a dirty and unwinnable war against the people of Ambazonia.

These armies surely would attack the waves of the ocean itself in Victoria and Kribi if so ordered by an octogenarian with absolutely zero Generalship.

The youths of Ambazonia have had to fight because their homes and houses have been plundered and burnt to ashes. They have had to fight because their mothers, wives, sisters and daughters have been raped. Old men and women from localities like Kwa Kwa and Batibo and countless more have been slain in their beds and some burnt alive.

They have had to fight and continue to fight because citizens who have sought refuge in the temples and houses of worship have been cut down even as they clasped the altar of God.

The people of Ambazonia have been forced to defend themselves because tens of thousands of their loved ones, the old and sick and fragile as much as the young and innocent ones have had to flee their homes pursuant to administrative directives into refugee camps in southeastern Nigeria.

The people of Ambazonia fight because the fate that La République du CameroUn has reserved for them is a Holocaust unlike anything the world has seen since the Hutu genocide over the Tutsis in Rwanda.

Source -- Why Ambazonians Must Fight-A Patrick Wanwa Powerful Narrative

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