One would have thought that Biya’s la republique government will be brave enough to sit and dialogue.Instead the stubborn president does not see the need to dialogue.Our people are still being brutally killed. I have been away from this space for a while now. There comes a time in life whereby one has to sit back and reflect. My point of reflexion all this while was to come to terms with the extent at which Biya’s inhumane treatment of our families in Cameroon has attained. People always tell you when you lose a loved one that ’my condolences to you and your family’.One will never know the depth of that pain called death unless it hits you.I had the misfortune of being informed via facebook of the mishaps of 26th April in Ikata.Where some young men and others were being gunned down by the military and their accomodation burned to ashes.While watching the video,i realised that one of the victims was my cousin that has been running away from la republic because of his activities as an amba fighter.For months i believed he was making his way to Nigeria with the other refugees.But,it emerged that,he has been in hidings in Ikata.The military tracked him and others down and were shooting at everyone around.They went as far as setting the house on fire.What cruelty.Why would a government treat its own civilians like that? I couldn’t believe it when i saw him lying lifeless,in one of the shorts that i brought from Primark for him.How does one come to terms with this? My poor grandma and two cousins hiding in bushes just because Biya’s government rendered them homeless.How do you even tell your story.It hurts really bad what Biya’s government is doing to the people of Southern Cameroon,especially young boys.I pray one day when Biya is called to pay for his crimes i will be there to give my testimony.I have seen all the many faces of ‘la Republique’s’ cruelty and barbaric habits.But i am still standing stronger than before.One day we are going to crush that worm that is causing us a lot of pain and discomfort. I can only but pray for the young mother whose four months old baby was shot in Muyuka on the 22nd May.What can one even say of this? It is absurd.A four months old baby! Why?What can make up for the pain this mother is feeling? It is unbearable Our SCNC UK president just released a video on youtube about our upcoming convention in London in June.Working together is the only thing that gives all of us activists an upper hand.United we stand ,divided we fall.So let us come out in our numbers and tell Biya that,he can kill our brothers,sisters,mothers,he can make them homeless but WE will never stop fighting. Ambazonians forward ever and backward never.God bless us all.
Winih M Tonga