Cry of the Innocent
It was on 22nd September 2016 that this problem started. With a peaceful demonstration, to people being locked up in prison and cells for asking for equal opportunities in their own homeland, Ambazonia.
Young people frustrated
Since 2016, the unsettled situation has caused so many young people, boys and girls, to go and seek refuge in their neighbouring countries, which is causing their lives. The daughter of a sister from Southern Cameroons, Ambazonia, with a Master’s Degree in hand, was almost killed in Mali. They cut her flesh up, but thank God for the intervention of a passer-by, she survived. All this is because their own country has no jobs, no peace, even no voice to contribute in their own country, they all want to go, but young people cannot demonstrate because they will be accused of being terrorists and will also face life behind bars.
Once you open your mouth to speak, if you are caught, your life’s destruction has started. Young people don’t have voices, they cannot contribute in their society. This is what the present government of La Republique is doing.
What a shame that we believe that children are our future, but with La Republique government, the old are their future, young people should not talk when adults are talking.
Children are left orphans
As the situation in Cameroon carries on, so many children are becoming orphans, some whose parents have died either through stray bullets or by direct bullets shot by government soldiers. Some are orphans as their parents died on their way escaping from the soldiers killing all males in Southern Cameroons (Ambazonians), or running away from hunger or because their homes were being burned and they were homeless. Some are running away from the embarrassment they get from soldiers who batch in their homes and rape them in front of their children. Some are even killed in front of their children. Women will run away from home because of embarrassment of being raped in front of their children.
Some children are orphaned as their parents will empty their bank account to escape abroad…! but end up being swallowed by the monstrous sea waves in the ocean. Some children will survive while others will die with their mother and father or only their mother or only their father. I saw on the news some Southern Cameroonians (Ambazonians) dead on their way abroad, only their children survived and were crying.
Where is the peace? Where is our world going? The world leaders and all human rights organisations should stand up and take decisions on Cameroon and its government.
A word to the wise is sufficient. Long live Southern Cameroons! Long live Ambazonians!