Ngar-Buh Ntumbaw Massacre
Death toll rises after Cameroon military raids Ngarbuh, kills several villagers including children. Reports say over 27 people have died so far.
The pictures below in Donga Mantung released by CNA show the kids who were still alive and when they were later killed by soldiers. pic.twitter.com/5jC0ROlOH6
— Mimi Mefo Info (@Mimimefo237) February 15, 2020
— ilaria allegrozzi (@ilariallegro) February 26, 2020
I thought Human rights Organisations are out there to make peace in the world. But since 22 September, 2016, the people of the former British Cameroons have been going through difficult times with their neighbouring country La Republique du Cameroun. No one is calling them to order. They keep killing innocent people, especially our young men who, I believe, are our future leaders.
I want to ask this question to the Human Rights Organisations: what is the difference between British Southern Cameroon and Iraq or Iran? Because we see how you are concerned about them, and even a gunshot there and the world will shake. But now it’s this small country! I am raising my voice with many other Ambazonians out there to call for peace and human rights, and not to stay silent as innocent people are dying.
The people need help
This situation has already taken too long to stop! The people of the Southern Cameroons are calling for any rescue to come to their help for as it is too much now to continue. All our male youths have been arrested and locked up, our able-bodied middle-aged men are shot dead in front of children of very young age. Human Rights Organisations, the UN, the BBC and all those in charge of the world’s human rights – please come to our help. It seems they have all abandoned us.
The nightmare that the people of Ngar-Buh have faced is a once in a lifetime event that will never leave their memories, especially those who watched how others were burned alive. The confusion that the Cameroun government is giving to these people can only be rescued by all these International Organisations that help other countries to come in and put Mr Paul Bvondo Biya to justice for violating human rights. I will continue to raise my voice, like other brothers and sisters from Southern Cameroons, to say we need HELP from the international groups which make peace in the world.
BY VIVIAN NGUM FOMUKONG