Friday, 13 July 2018

Yaoundé Falls Short of Colonial Soldiers, Deploys Presidential Snipers to Ambazonia

The Ambazonian Capital of Buea woke up today Tuesday 10th July, 2018 to another panic mood after yesterday’s 9th July, 2018 fierce clash between colonial terrorist forces and Ambazonian restoration forces. 

A clash that left 7 terrorist soldiers and two civilians dead and a female colonial agent wounded. As early as 8 AM today, all private and commercial vehicles could be seen running from the Albert Mukong Avenue back into the city.

BaretaNews inquiries revealed that shooting between colonial and restoration forces resumed around the Miles 16 and 18 neighborhoods at that early hours of the morning, causing the people to flee. As BaretaNews stringers tried to make further inquiries, around the Albert Mukong Avenue, a Hilux loaded with a new set of colonial terrorist forces never seen before in town, came in heavily armed.
Yaoundé Falls Short of Colonial Soldiers, Deploys Presidential Snipers to Ambazonia
They were identified as officers of the Presidential guard from the colonial presidency in Yaoundé, who often go to clear the way for the colonial president to visit an area. During such occasions, they are often seen standing on tall building monitoring the surrounding environments against any security bridges.

The colonial regime appears to have gone short of soldiers in Ambazonia and have resorted to bringing in presidential snipers. It is not clear however whether this new set has been sent to guide colonial agents, watch over the city from tall buildings or to go face Amba warriors in the battle field.

It is important to state that all the different units of colonial forces trained by La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) have served in Ambazonia and have all met their waterloo. They have often turned their frustration to innocent villages, killing, burning down and looting villages.

After empty boasts and assurances of security against ghost town in Buea yesterday, the colonial administration and its agents were bigly disgraced by the people and restoration forces. The introduction of snipers into the Buea game is a sign that the colonial regime is ready to kill more citizens in an attempt to reassert its loose grip and authority over the town.

Will they be able to defeat the people and achieve their goal? The coming days and weeks shall therefore tell. In the main time, Ambazonians must start reaching out to their love ones within the Capital city of Buea to begin taking serious precautionary measures to avoid being caught in confusion and unaware.

James Agbor

BaretaNews Political Analyst

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