The Ndu Council (NW region of #Cameroon) continued distributing exercise books, school bags, writing material and much needed school materials to far away communities as far as #Sinna, #Ntantala, #Njimkang, #Mbarseh, Ndu and #Wowo. These pupils, teachers and administrators were grateful for the didactic gifts.
The Council has promised to continue by next week as some schools in the municipality opened their doors in November 2022 for the first time since Amba terrorists started targeting school children in 2017.
In most parts of the anglophone zone today, schools are operational. This was done without leveraging the territorial integrity of Cameroon. This was done through grassroot efforts, weeding out the amba terrorists and killing them, arresting them, or making it untenable for them to exist in the community, so they either disarmed, or escaped to Nigeria and other parts.
This is evidence that ambazonia terrorism will soon be a matter of the past. The rate at which the amba terrorists are being killed, captured, disarmed through the DDR and those who escape to Nigeria or francophone zone, indicates that in a few short years, amba terrorism will be a thing of the past.
Dialogue & grassroot community mobilisation is the essential component. Communities have embraced the national dialogue initiative and are now effectively negotiating amongst themselves how to best protect themselves from ambazonia terrorist atrocities. Dialogue includes sending a clear message to the terrorists that their atrocities will not be tolerated. Those who persist, face jungle justice. Examples we can cite include Essoh-Attah in #Lebialem where amba terrorists are huted by the villagers, caught and burried alive, #Oku in NW and Tombel in SW, where villagers took to the streets to publicly protested against amba atrocities.
In Bangem, Kupe Maunenguba, 08 November 2022, two amba terrorists were captured by the population and handed over to the Cameroon Forces of Defense and Security.
The Guardian post Daily newspaper wrote it on its front page headline No 2622, on 10 Nov 2022, as detailed below..