SOS!!! France and Cameroun Relive Sad Memories Of The Battle Of Waterloo In Ambazonia

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AMBAZONIA:
Since Paul Biya declared war on Anglophone in Ambazonia, Restoration Forces have made that part of the world ungovernable. His ill-trained, arrogant, and barbaric army has been losing one battle after another. How many more BIR militias and unarmed citizens have to die in order for the dictator to acknowledge Amabzonia is his Waterloo?

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43 thoughts on “SOS!!! France and Cameroun Relive Sad Memories Of The Battle Of Waterloo In Ambazonia”

  1. Thanks for this information. Now that France is in turmoil the African Countries can bring the former Colonial dictator to their knees. I'm sure the revenue from Africa was paying for the French pension, among other expenses. The French population can see the writing on the wall as Africa tries to break away from the one sided transaction that existed for 7 decades. The youths in Africa are listing to social media and they're building enough courage to protest against their corrupt Governments. Lets keep the pressure on.

  2. If you're African or Not who still listens to this moron, you're a FOOL. This prince Ojong is an embarrassment for Africans. It's obvious that he has issues with himself being black. Just look at people he put in the background of his freaking show.

  3. These francophone leader's who are nothing but managers to their little plantations they called countries .Theirs citizens need to expelled these fools to France after all they've properties in France but france cannot depart from those colonies unless the citizens rebel against their leader's n also kicked the French out of Africa.Enough is enough Africans u have been sitting too long an oldman can sit, an oldwoman can sit, a chump can sit it's about time u Africans learned to stand up because u are not created by a lesser God Hotep.

  4. All the problems in Africa is caused by France. Why is France keep mingling with African politics. Is there no legal means to send this France out of Africa. Africa diaspora please do something to safe motherland.

  5. Bobby Wine is not better. His is a puppet of the US and mined you the president of Uganda preparing the country to hand over power. Bobby Wine will be ruled by the LGBTQ this is bad for Africa. The big resource of Africa is her population; the West is afraid of this human resource. We all want Africa to be free from neo colonialism but don't be in haste.

  6. Thanks Mr ojong for your activism now our people are able to know what is happening in West Africa directly to East, South Africa also in amove to out compete and fight against Chinese horrible loans in Uganda electricity is excess but extremely expensive citizens are paying for the excess according to the bogus agreement made by off shore fake investors but Chinese are given 10 years free of charge on water and electricity all simple products are made by foreigners which creates alot of unemployment thanks

  7. There should be organised demonstrations in front of every Fr en ch emb assy.

    If we lose this momentum then we may never reach tis point of breaking the French enslavement shackles again

    The time is now for the workd to know that they are the reason for the poverty and hardship in these nations. It's time for the world to wake up to their wicked ness

  8. Wehya of Liberia is in the same league as Uhuru here in Kenya. A president with mediocre education. A kenyan oresident who went to US to study but was kicked out of college for being a failure in class. So sad.

  9. Like Paul biyaπŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸ½β€β™€οΈ

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