ANGLOPHONE COMMUNITIES CONTINUE TO RISE AGAINST AMBA TERRORISM (UPDATED)
“Commander Desmond under General Toronto” captured by civilians of #Kumba and handed over to 🇨🇲 military 04 Apr 2022.
“Commander Sylvester” of Kake captured by civilians in Kumba, April 29th 2022
A few hours Later
“Commander Police” of Bai Panya captured by civilians in Kossala Kumba, April 29th 2022.
Three Amba terrorists “commanders Desmond, Sylvester and Commander Police” were captured by civilians this Apr 2022, and dragged to the Gendarmerie in Buea road, Kumba. CNA can confirm that after population of Kumba captured Commander Sylvester, he told the civilians where other amba terrorists were hiding around town, so the population went to Kossala and picked up “Commander Police” as well.
As the conditions in the forest become more and more challenging, rain, cold, sickness, snake bites, bullet injuries, hunger, and poverty is driving more and more of these smelly terrorists out of the bush.
So they are now trying to venture into towns and into our communities. But they are beginning to realise now that the communities are tired of their terrorism, and their victims are in town waiting to capture them or report them to the authorities for free Kumkum.
Anglophones are no longer afraid of Amba terrorist threats. People are now openly willing to work with the military to eradicate this cancer called Amba.
• 23rd April 2022, SEVEN ambazonia terrorists under General Lucyfer were killed in Bai Panya. This mission again, was led by civilians in that community who are tired of the atrocities of these smelly terrorists.
• On 24th April 2022, 3 amba terrorists including general Enoh were captured by the civilians in a small village near #Nguti. The terrorists were tortured, hogtied and handed to BIR.
• On 25th April 2022, 7 amba boys were killed in #Batibo, due to intelligence work by local civilians.
On April 28th, 2022, amba terrorists from Manyu entered Mile 2 park #Mamfe, burnt down seven cars, shot four people dead, torture some people, and kidnapped some to the bushes, demanding 5 million frs ransom for each kidnapped victim. This is the kind of atrocity that has been rampant on the anglophone zone and has turned the civilians against the so-called struggle.
Cameroon News Agency CNA
April 30th, 2022