Cameroon – Anglophone Crisis: Me Bogba Harmony succeeds Sisiku Ayuk Tabe at the head of Ambazonia This lawyer by profession has taken control of the insurrectional movement since the arrest of his predecessor Sisiku Ayuk Tabe on 5 January2018 by the Cameroonian special forces in Nigerian territory….
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Cameroon – Anglophone Crisis: Me Bogba Harmony succeeds Sisiku Ayuk Tabe at the head of Ambazonia
This lawyer by profession has taken control of the insurrectional movement since the arrest of his predecessor Sisiku Ayuk Tabe on 5 January2018 by the Cameroonian special forces in Nigerian territory.
As an interim, “the latter is now the light man of Ambazonia, a kind of guide,” reveals the Anecdote on newsstands Friday, January 12, 2018. According to the newspaper, Bogba Harmony the news did not surprise in Cameroon. Because, the latter has distinguished itself by its radical positions since the beginning of the Anglophone crisis.
” It even led to the disavowal of his English-speaking peers who felt that the object of their demands had been hijacked by the latter in favor of his political ambitions ,” wrote the Anecdote.
The paper recalls that in an interview with Equinoxe television on December 19, 2016, the leader of the strikers’ lawyers in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon said that “it is better to die than to be silent in the face of this state terrorism “. A statement that betrayed his acquaintance with the propagators of secessionist ideas.
At the time when Bogba Harmony took the lead of Ambazonia, there was no information on the whereabouts of Sisiku Ayuk Tabe. The leader of the English-speaking separatist movement has been missing since January 5. His supporters say he was kidnapped in Abuja. What the Nigerian authorities deny, while Yaoundé remains silent.
According to the facts reported by the media, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, Dr. Nfor Ngala Nfor, Dr. Fidelis Nde Che, Dr. Henry Kimeng, Prof. Awasum, Dr. Cornelius Kwanga, Tassang Wilfred, Barrister Eyambe Elias, Dr. Ojong Okongho and Barrister Nalowa Bih, leaders of the Southern Cameroon National Council (SCNC) were holding a meeting in one of the rooms of the Nera Hotel in Abuja, Nigeria the day before, when suddenly around 7:30 pm they were arrested.
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