Corona-Genocide in Cameroun: +9500 cramped Inmates put w.h.o on notice.

“The images from Italy kept me sleepless, as I wonder what might happen to us.” An emaciated inmate at French Cameroun’s most notorious prison – Nkondngui Maximum Security Prison, in the capital Yaounde, narrates. “We are scared of this virus, even though we know, we are dead people”. AKL a drained-face man in his early 30s intruded into the conversation. “What will happen if the virus reaches us here?”, The frustrated inmate demands as tears welled up his sunken eyes. Apart from asking the reporter to pass on the message to W.H.O and other Human Rights Organizations about their plight, the prisoners who term their conditions as “killing us softly” intimate that, with the courts in French Cameroun on recess due to the Corona epidermic, it was time to release them as there is no avenue for them to seek redress of their plight. Releasing them – prisoners of conscience, they say is a way of fighting the epidermic. They make allusion to New York City in the U.S where the Mayor, Bill De Blasio, has started freeing, non-serious crime offenders, as a means to mitigate the the virus’ spread. In Iran, over 5400 inmates were temporarily released, due to concerns for the prisoners. “Please tell W.H.O, to see these pictures and judge whether they fit the guidelines they specify to countries”. The emaciated prisoner wrestles with loaded frustration.

Both guys and others from British Cameroon were picked up by the French Cameroun army in British Southern Cameroon. They were later accused of sympathizing with the liberation struggle currently taking place in the British colony. Many have never had their day in court. While health experts have stressed on proper hygiene especially hand washing as the best way to stem the virus’ spread, the French Cameroun government has taken no actions to allay the fears of the over 9500 prisoners, cramped into an initial space for 800. water is epileptic which means there are no running toilets, talk-less of basic hand washing. “The tap that is here, at times we stay for three to four days without water“. A prisoner states. These red alerts are no preoccupation of the French Cameroun government that just pocketed about $200,000 from the World Health Organization (WHO), for the Corona fight.

dreaded Nkondengui

The latest pictures from the concentration camp-style dungeon show that, hall ways and tiny yards have been transformed into prison space. Most of those in the dreaded Nkondengui prison are youths whose lives are being wasted away by Africa’s oldest and most brutal dictator – 87-year-old Paul Biya, in Power since 1982. An evidence of the inhumane condition of the Nkondegui Prison and other secret underground torture chambers used by the dictator was sneaked out by one Mr. Ndangoh Patrick. The video shows their living conditions in a dark underground room, with a stench broken toilet.

Build in 1967 to house between 800 – 1500 inmates, the Nkondengui Concentration Camp, today has more than 9,500 prisoners, many of whom have never seen a judge. “In 2011, Amnesty International described the prison conditions to be “harsh, with inmates suffering overcrowding, poor sanitation and inadequate food. Prison guards are poorly trained, ill-equipped and their numbers inadequate for a big prison population”. According to the Interim Government of Ambazonia (British Southern Cameroon), there are about 250 of its citizens in the prison alone. About 3500 others are dispersed in other prisons in French Cameroun and in towns in British Cameroon still controlled by French Cameroun colonial authorities. With the cramped conditions and overbearing security officers who move in and out of the larger community to later mingle with the inmates, the probability of the virus’ spread in the prison is high.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Anatomy of the ngarbuh massacre: how africa’s oldest dictator 87-year-old paul biya, planned and executed children some 87 years younger than him

Two of the massacred victims were Eighty-seven years younger than the 87-year-old dictator who killed them. What in the world can enable a man, who is certainly living a bonus life (life expectancy in Kamerun is 58.1) to be gnawing British Southern Cameroun youths of all ages in such a cruel manner? Paul Biya is 87 years old, and as president has outlived four French Presidents, seven UK Prime Ministers and Five U.S Presidents. He is the continent’s second longest governing dictator, with 37 years as president, seven prior to that as Prime Minister, and a couple as minister. This “African Strongman’s” horrible human rights record is no secret to the world – arbitrary arrests and disappearances, army and police brutality, mass bunker prisons, jailing of journalists among other Atrocity Crimes. He is a heartless sanguinary dictator, whose killings reached a new low on 14 February, 2020, when he massacred about 37 people in Ngarbuh, Nothern Zone of British Cameroon. Among his victims were ageless fetuses, killed in their mothers’ wombs. Two weeks after the infanticide, he repeated the same gruesome killing of women and children in Babanki Tungoh on the 29 of February, 2020. Here, more than 11 innocent British Cameroonians were killed, with a four-month old feeding baby abandoned on the blood of the killed mother (video below). Read the details of how Africa’s oldest dictator, one day after his pomp 87 birthday mauled children and women, who in their lives would never have earned the cost of his birthday cake he displayed to the world.

Only Grand Dad who hates other’s Grand Kids

Prelude to the Massacre:

Prior to the heavily boycotted French Cameroun organized election in the British Southern Cameroons on 9th February, 2020, French Cameroun soldiers invaded the quiet Ngarbuh area and forcefully installed themselves in a church house with no authorization. They smashed the church doors and the local priest was threatened with elimination if he raises any objection. From there, they coordinated their action at a time that the inhabitants will be all present.

Timeline:

The French Cameroun Military raid and massacre took place in Ngar 3 village (also known as Ngarbuh 3), a farming locality and highly remote village, situated at the borders of Wibum and Nso (Ndu and Nkum subdivisions), NDU Sub division of the Ndonga-Mantum Division, in the North West Region of British Cameroon. On Thursday night 13th February 2020, armed elements belonging to the French Camerounian army, accompanied by local herdsmen and other pro-government armed militias, camped in the neighboring villages of Ngar 3 (Chii and Fiiru).

On Friday 14th of February 2020, at around 3 a.m, an attack was launched in the village of Ngar 3 from Fiiru by a joint military operation consisting of six soldiers, three armed men belonging to ex-combatants of the restoration forces of the State of Ambazonia and numerous herdsmen. The operation consisted, among other things, the burning and shooting everywhere.
According to eyewitnesses and survivors, the joint mission was headed by the former combatant who led the armed group to Ngarbuh, a resident in Ndu town, Nfor Marcel called “Bullet” alongside two other ex-combatants around him. He ran away from the work (fight), more than a year and joined the National Disarmament, Demobilisation, and Re-integration Committee (NDDRC), created by Decree N° 2018/719 of 30 November 2018, created by French Cameroun Authorities. The attack was bloody, no one was spared. Some villagers were burned alive and those who could not find shelter were shot, as shown by the bodies of the victims scattered in the bushes.


Pregnant women and children who escaped gunfire and machete while sheltering in a house were all burnt alive. The Manjo Seka family was wiped out entirely – a family of 9, Father, mother, and children. Some survivors attested that a total of 13 houses are now known to have been burnt and many villagers burnt (many burnt beyond recognition), and several missing. Among the 35 corpses discovered immediately after the massacre were, three (3) pregnant women, three (3) children including a family of about 9 persons and other men and women. Among the victims, recorded, about 9 men, 6 women, and 14 children of whom were three children below three years as there were some cases in the hospital. Out of the 14 children, 11 were of primary school-going ages, three were still breast feeding.

Denial Lies and Threats post-Ngarbuh massacre


After the massacre, the villagers received an alert they said came from the village chief of Ntumbuw (Ngarbuh is a locality) who relayed the threats of some soldiers, telling them that they had three days (72 hours) to leave the villages, otherwise they would expect the worst. According to reports, certain elements of the army implicated in the attack returned to the scene a few hours later to intimidate and proceed to seize the mobile phones of the inhabitants of the said village. This unintentionally led many residents to take refuge in the bushes and neighboring villages. Many of the killed were buried on Saturday February 15, 2020 in numerous mass graves. (Ms. Shuka Ngon, 30, who was operated on immediately after arriving at the Banso Baptist Hospital after being severely tortured, lost the baby she was carrying).

Acknowledgment and Denial by French Cameroun.

While they were denying,

The church authorities in the area were busy paying tribute to the massacred children. Kumbo Diocese that encompasses Ngarbuh organized a solemn ceremony on February 21, 2020, in Kumbo, to pray for the repose of the souls of the innocent people massacred by the old dictator. Most present were children, to remember about 14 of their age mates gored by the octogenarian. French Cameroun Army Spokesman, Cyrille Serge Atonfack calls the church a compromised body, claiming only five civilians were killed due to fire exchange between Ambazonia soldiers and the French Cameroun army and also due to gasoline explosion.

Human Rights watch, was not left out of the evidence of accusing French Cameroun’s Biya militias of killing the women and children. As for the French Cameroun authorities denying that they committed the Atrocity crimes, the organization said, ” “Denying that these crimes have occurred adds another layer of trauma to survivors and will only embolden government troops to commit more atrocities.”. This follows their own investigations in which they interviewed, “25 people, including 3 witnesses to the killings and 7 relatives of victims “. Amongst those interviwed was Mallam Danjuma, later picked up by the lying French Cameroun authorities for speaking the truth. Even with satellite images, the French Cameroun authorities were bent on encouraging their militias/soldiers to kill more. The result was another massacre of women and children at Babanki Tungo, about 180 Kms away from Ngarbuh, on 29 February, 2020.

The Babanki Massacre 29 February, 2020

“We were arrested and promised to be killed, if we don’t show the home of an Ambazonia general, said to be in our quarter. They molested us, told us the music we were dancing that night, at the village night club. We were coming back from the said village dance night”. An innocent villager whom the French Cameroun soldiers spared for another day narrates. “From every indication, they had come to the dance, and were monitoring us. They molested us till 5 AM. We were there when they went to a building, with tenants, surrounded it and sprayed it with bullets. Everybody in there was killed. Some villagers who heard the shooting and attempted to run to the bush were eliminated. Another survivor narrates the sad tale.

The result was that more than 19 were killed, including women and children, on 29 February, 2020, at Babanki Tungo, in British Southern Cameroun. Reports say the French Cameroun soldiers mockingly celebrated over the bodies, before retiring to the French Cameroun governor’s office, at up station, Bamenda to throw a lavish party, celebrating their genocidal action. The images were gruesome. In one, a 6-year-old boy’s stomach was emptied. In another, an innocent baby was seen drenched in her dead mother’s blood all night. “This is ethnic cleansing. What have women and children done to deserve this?” A relative of a victim laments.


names and ages of the killed in the two massacres

List of some victims of the massacre of Ngarbuh, North West British Cameroon

Sika Family, all 7 dead
1. Sika Ibrahim (father) 45 years old

2. Sika Assana (pregnant mother)

3. Sika Amsa- 9 years old, class 4,

4. Sika Alima – 7 years old, class 3,

5. Sika Yamsi- 6 years old, class 3,

6. Sika Yasimiratou- 12 years old, class 6,

7. Sika Soliatou- 5 years old, class 1

Kwecheri Gladys and 8 other victims in her family, all dead 8. Kwecheri Gladys

9. Shey Diana- 15 years old, class 6

10. Shey Midian – 13 years, old class 6

11. Shey Jude- 9 years old, class 3

12. Shey Tracy- 5 years old, class 1

13. Shey Cynthia- 6 years old class 2

14. Mary Angel – 4 years old, Government nursery school

15. Berinyuy -5 months old

16. Janet Ya’a- 45 years old

17. Family of Pa Abdulai Sunjo

18. Pa Abdulai Sunjo- 80 years old

19. Muamshatu- 30 years old

20. Family of Pa Alidu Bah

21. Pa Alidu Bah- 75 years old.

22. Kinyui, female- 60 years old

23. Mubela, female- 7 years old.

THOSE WOUNDED

24. Shuka, female, 30 years old: (pregnant at now at Banso Baptist Hospital. She lost the pregnancy).

25. Justine, male, 18 years old.

Children Who Survived the Carnage

Family Of Sika Shakira,

Female, 12 years old Usani, male, 9 years old Gambo, male, 6 years old

Ngarbuh village on the eve of the massacre Some of the children massacred in Ngarbuh 3

Many mass graves are found in Ngarbuh 3

For further details of the Ngarbuh Massacre click here

Some Names of Victims Killed at Babanki Tungo

1. Veheny Promise

2. Ngwain Cleverson

3. Tob Amueh

4. Gweh Cyprain

5.Nyingcbo Clovis Anguh

6. Vetouh Martina

7. Gahndieny Lilian

8. Neijang Margaret

For a complete list of the killed in Ngarbuh and Babanki Tungoh Massacres and those killed in February 2020 in British Southern Cameroon, click here.

Ngarbuh and Babanki Massacres.

AGL, wants to thank the Coalition of Civil Society Human Organisations for Peace in the Anglophone regions and other affected regions, for most of the material of this write-up.

33 Children, +24 Women, among the +152 Killed by africa’s most brutal & Oldest dictator – Paul Biya, in February 2020

While February 2020, recorded less killings in the ongoing genocide in British Cameroon, it no doubt got the attention of the world, and exposed once more the lies and barbarism of the French Cameroun government, under 87-year-old dictator Paul Biya. Prior to Ngarbuh in which 37 innocent women and children were massacred, the killings and burning in the British Southern Cameroon was evident in Bangem in the Southern Zone of the territory on 9 February, 2020, where more than 5 youths where caught, by the French Cameroun military and executed. Some were pulled behind military trucks before being killed. Four days later – 13 February, 2020, two civilians were burnt alive in their homes in Bamendakwe, northern part of the territory. In Ngarbuh, on 14 February, 2020, the genocide took a different twist: “Among the victims, we recorded about 9 were men, 6 women, and 14 children of whom were three children below three years…. Out of the 14 children, 11 were of primary school-going ages, three were still breast feedings… There were also 3 pregnant women, some who subsequently lost the pregnancy. A Coalition of Civil Society-Human Rights Association writes. (Details in our subsequent write-up)

87-year-old Paul Biya, Killing Women and Children

between Ngarbuh and Babanki Tungoh

With the global alarm following the Ngarbuh massacre, one would have thought the French Cameroun authorities will exercise some restrain in its killings. It never happened; at least 52 British Cameroonians were killed randomly before the next huge massacre, which was to come from Babanki Tungoh in the Northern Zone of the territory. Below are the places where the killings took place, prior to the Babanki Tungoh massacre on 29 February, 2020.

  1. Mankon (Ntahkah) 24 February, 2020. Villages invaded the two killed were laced with grenades. Corpses shattered during retrieval. Luckily no one killed again
  2. . Oku, Bui County, 24 February, 2020. Three Killed
  3. Bamenda 23 February, 2020. Two unarmed youths, picked up, tortured, killed and dumped
  4. Fungom, Menchum County. +20 Killed, 21 February, 2020
  5. Kumba 15 February, 2020. Two innocent soccer youths picked up and killed
  6. Bamenda (Mankon), 19 February, 2020. One Innocent driver, pulled out of the St. Mary Hospital and shot in front of family and other patients and onlookers. He was rushing to save a life.
  7. Muyuka, 18 February, 2020. one Old father, beaten with broken ribs on the 9 February, 2020. He died on 18 February, 2020,and was buried like trash.
  8. Muyuka 20th February, 2020. Driver named Cornelius, shot and killed.
  9. Babessi, Ndop County, 18 February, 2020. Two innocent civilians shot by French Cameroun commander for claiming they have sympathy for Amba
  10. Kuk Village, Fungom of Menchum County, 17 February, 2020. +3 Killed and houses set ablaze.
  11. Mendakwe, Mezam County. On Eve of Ngarbuh. Two burnt alive
  12. Balinyonga, Innocent student killed, for being British Cameroonian 20 February, 2020. For Details with images, (Click here)

Babanki Tungo Massacre 29 February, 2020

“We were arrested and promised to be killed, if we don’t show the home of an Ambazonia general, said to be in our quarter. They molested us, told us the music we were dancing that night, at the village night club. We were coming back from the said village dance night”. An innocent villager whom the French Cameroun soldiers spared for another day narrates. “From every indication, they had come to the dance, and were monitoring us. They molested us till 5 AM. We were there when they went to a building, with tenants, surrounded it and sprayed it with bullets. Everybody in there was killed. Some villagers who heard the shooting and attempted to run to the bush were eliminated. Another survivor narrates the sad tale.

The result was more than 19 killed, including women and children, on the 29 February, 2020, at Babanki Tungoh, in British Southern Cameroun. Reports say the French Cameroun soldiers mockingly celebrated over the bodies, before retiring to the French Cameroun governor’s office, at Up Station, Bamenda, to throw a lavish party, celebrating their genocidal action. The evidence of their infanticide was seen with the video of a 5-month-old baby drenched in the blood of her killed mother overnight. (Click here for the video). Here are some of the names of the killed: 1. Veheny Promise 2. Ngwain Cleverson 3. Tob Amueh 4. Gweh Cyprain 5.Nyingcho Clovis Anguh 6. Vetouh Martina 7. Gahndieny Lilian 8. Neijang Margaret

Poor Baby Slept beside her killed mother for hours (see video below)

Below are the images and videos of those killed in February 2020 by Paul Biya.

Women and Children

Ngarbuh, 14 February, 2020

Babanki Tungoh 29 February, 2020

Others Killed in February, 2020

Video of Some of the Massacres by French Cameroun in February, 2020.

post-ngarbuh massacre: Four-month baby Drenched in blood of murdered mother. (video). how the babanki massacre unfolded

“We were arrested and promised to be killed, if we don’t show the home of an Ambazonia general, said to be in our quarter. They molested us, told us the music we were dancing that night, at the village night club. We were coming back from the said village dance night”. An innocent villager whom the French Cameroun soldiers spared for another day narrates. “From every indication, they had come to the dance, and were monitoring us. They molested us till 5 AM. We were there when they went to a building, with tenants, surrounded it and sprayed it with bullets. Everybody in there was killed. Some villagers who heard the shooting and attempted to run to the bush were eliminated. Another survivor narrates the sad tale.

The result was more than 19 killed, including women and children, on 29 February, 2020, at Babanki Tungo, in British Southern Cameroun. Reports say the French Cameroun soldiers mockingly celebrated over the bodies, before retiring to the French Cameroun governor’s office, at up station, Bamenda to throw a lavish party, celebrating their genocidal action. Below are some of the massacred innocent British Cameroonian citizens, (called terrorists) by the French Cameroun authorities. One is a breastfeeding mother, shot on the stomach. Her four-month innocent baby drenched in her blood looks on. “This is ethnic cleansing. What have women and children done to deserve this?” A relative of a victim laments.

A four-month baby abandoned with her dead mother.

Some of the corpses of the more than 15 Killed

Killing Tally

This Babanki Killings raises the tally to more than 70 Killed in British Cameroon, in less than 14 days following the Ngarbuh Valentine’s day, 2020 massacre in which about 37 innocent civilians were killed, including children. With every global authority calling it a genocide, the call for intervention to save the minority English-speaking people of British Cameroon is urgent. About 217 British Cameroonians were killed in January 2020. For full images and videos click here. This brings to more than 20,000 killed since 2016. The worst year being 2019 in which about 6000 British Cameroonians were killed by the French Cameroun soldiers under 87-year-old Paul Biya, in power since 1982. For a full list of those killed in 2019 with videos and pictures, click here

Amb. Kelly craft: responsibility to protect is now. 21 killed again in British S. Cameroon by French Cameroun Soldiers.

“You used him and dumped to be killed” one chat group user fumes over the killing of a witness who had earlier provided vital information to the UN and other Human Rights Organization about the killing of 37 people including 14 children and two pregnant women at Ngarbuh, North West British Cameroon, on Valentine’s Day, 2020. Mallam Danjuma, had earlier been arrested, tortured and kept incommunicado since February 24, 2020, by French Cameroun soldiers. Activists and sympathizers had raised the alarm on social media like twitter to the UN and Human Rights Watch that elevated the poor Danjuma to the target list of French Cameroun genocidal authorities” He has been murdered and dumped in Kikaikelaki, miles from where he was arrested, because the UN failed to protect him” Another twitter post states.

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As the world was still to confirm if truly whether Mallam Danjuma was alive or dead, the people of Babanki Tungo, still in North West British Cameroon were in another mourning as the French Cameroun troops invaded the farming community around 3 am, February 29, 2020. They killed about 19 civilians including women and children. The gruesome killings did not end at the northern part of the territory. In Ebam in Eyumojock, the military raided the village and arrested one Ojong Thomas Ebot. Hours later he was brought back and publicly executed. Locals confessed he was an expatriate who returned to the village to better his life through farming.

Responsibility to protect

“….Sovereignty is not just protection from outside interference – rather is a matter of states having positive responsibilities for their population’s welfare, and to assist each other. Consequently, the primary responsibility for the protection of its people rested first and foremost with the State itself. However, a ‘residual responsibility’ also lied with the broader community of states, which was ‘activated when a particular state is clearly either unwilling or unable to fulfill its responsibility to protect or is itself the actual perpetrator of crimes or atrocities”

” In case these governments fail, “Heads of State and Government affirmed their responsibility to protect their own populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity and accepted a collective responsibility to encourage and help each other uphold this commitment. They also declared their preparedness to take timely and decisive action, in accordance with the United Nations Charter and in cooperation with relevant regional organizations, when national authorities manifestly fail to…” More

With the killings in British Southern Cameroon, isn’t it time for the UN to invoke the Responsibility to Protect the minority English-speaking people of British Cameroon? Since the Ngarbuh Massacre on 14 February 2020, more than 78 innocent civilians have been killed by French Cameroun soldiers under 87-year-old Paul Biya, in power since 1982. For the images of the more than 78 victims killed post Ngarbuh, click here

Amb. Tibor Nagy: “Biya can’t win this war”. can he win the genocide? +52 Killed post-Ngarbuh.

On the 14 of February, 2020, one of the many massacres in the ongoing genocide in British Southern Cameroon managed to momentarily grab some western headlines. The effect was that it scared diplomats versed with the genocide to willy-nilly issue lame statements to add to the previous lame ones early issued on the killings.”All they did was change the dates on their previous communiques” One activist said. There is no doubt that silence would have solicited questions from the few Western media that covered the massacre, and which these diplomats fear and respect. Most of the Western media got the figures wrong. This according to observers again show just how worthless black lives are. Social media is witness to the fact that these diplomats know not only the history of the conflict, but conversant with the Atrocity Crimes committed by French Cameroon on the once independent people of British Southern Cameroon. The French President Emmanuel Macron, accepted his awareness of the genocide, when confronted at a farm occasion in France on Saturday 23 February, 2020. His involvement was never in doubt, his open confession was certainly a wake-up call for Western countries and the UN, that has been put in a fix over the abuses committed by French Cameroun, pretentiously shielded by France and Macron

U.S Assistant Sec. for Africa, Mr. Tibor Nagy, waving a finger with no action to save children’s lives in British Cameroon.

While Ngarbuh in which more than 37 were massacred including 2 pregnant women and 14 children got these flimsy releases, post-Ngarbuh has received zero attention, even though it has been more deathly. Since the incident, the world has gone back to her normal coma, while the perpetrator of the massacre arrogantly continues the genocide. More villages have been burnt and civilians killed. Witnesses to the massacre have been picked up, others are feared killed.

U.S Ambassador to Africa, Mr. Tibor Nagy has in numerous outings emphasized that Biya cannot win the war, but has failed to ensure a resolution is achieved that respect the historical origin of the war, which has seen enormous destruction of British Cameroon by French Cameroun soldiers. The question to the ambassador is simple : while he knows Biya can’t win the war, can he thus win the Genocide, in which renowned experts like Dr. Greg Stanton of Genocide Watch have agreed it is one ? What happened to Responsibility to Protect (R2P or RtoP? With the dysfunction in the United Nations, and its inability to protect vulnerable people from extinction, isn’t it time to invoke this tool in the box, as Mr. Tibor had earlier told Congress they were there? History will not be too kind to the U.S for staying silence in the face of such barbarism that run contrary to the values of the country. The U.S has no shortage of information on the Genocide. Why wait for more innocent civilians to be killed by a dictator that your own ambassador has accused of carrying out targeted killings of Anglophones? Since the war began almost Four years now, it is estimated that more than 20,000 people have been killed. Also, the war has rendered more than 70,000 as refugees in Nigeria. An additional 100000 homes have been burnt by the French Cameroun soldiers. The Ambassador’s unwillingness to exert pressure on the French Cameroun government has prompted such questions like, is the Ambassador playing for time to run out his duration as the Ambassador to Africa? Remember the U.S in 1961 voted for British Southern Cameroon independence.

Below are the number of people killed since 87-year-old Paul Biya’s 2020 Valentine’s day massacre in Ngarbuh, British Cameroon

  1. Mankon (Ntahkah) 24 February, 2020. Villages invaded the two killed were laced with grenades. Corpses shattered during retrieval. Luckily no one killed again

2. Oku, Bui County, 24 February, 2020. Three Killed

3. Bamenda 23 February, 2020. Two unarmed youths, picked up, tortured, killed and dumped

4. Fungom, Menchum County. +20 Killed, 21 February, 2020.

5. Kumba 15 February, 2020. Two innocent soccer youths picked up and killed

6. Bamenda (Mankon), 19 February, 2020. One Innocent driver, pulled out of the St. Mary Hospital and shot in front of family and other patients and onlookers. He was rushing to save a life.

7. Muyuka, 18 February, 2020. one Old father, beaten with broken ribs on the 9 February, 2020. He died on 18 February, 2020,and was buried like trash.

8. Muyuka 20th February, 2020. Driver named Cornelius, shot and killed.

9. Babessi, Ndop County, 18 February, 2020. Two innocent civilians shot by French Cameroun commander for claiming they have sympathy for Amba.

10. Kuk Village, Fungom of Menchum County, 17 February, 2020. +3 Killed and houses set ablaze.

11. Mendakwe, Mezam County. On Eve of Ngarbuh. Two burnt alive

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13. Balinyonga, Innocent student killed, for being British Cameroonian 20 February, 2020

14. Fundong, Mbam Village, 21 February, 2020. Two killed – Sama Amos and Nfini Leonard, claiming they were Ambazonia soldiers. Disregard for British Cameroonian life.

15. Died in exile in Nigeria, running from the genocide.Pa Pius John Nyamdon from Bali Nyonga, was targeted for elimination by the French Cameroun regime.

Copses on the streets of british cameroon

Foreign official Witness first hand the carnage in British Cameroon – corpses on the street

Here are the images

British S. Cameroon Genocide: burying a fetus killed in the womb by 87-year-old paul biya, as u.n plays OSTRICH

The massacre of 37 people in NW British Cameroon, including 14 children, and about three pregnant woman, is not the first and would not be the last. The world stood by when the same soldiers killed and burnt from 94-year-old Mami Appih, to 4-month-old Martha in Muyuka. In all, the international Community remains mute with verbal condemnation.

Cecil the Lion, got much sympathy and action around the world than more than 20,000 killed in British Southern Cameroon (Ambazonia). Just the mere access to observers and western journalists have been refused by the 87-year-old dictator, Paul Biya, in power since 1982. No western country has asked the reason why the refusal. The issue of falsely claiming sovereignty over a territory that in historical facts was not part of another country during her independence is a visa for the genocide. For UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, who got a golden statue for silence on the genocide to shamelessly ask the murderer of the children to investigate their actions is share insensitivity to black lives. SHAME! SHAME AND SHAME.

Below is the image of the casket and burial of a fetus from the killed mother. What next Karen Bass, Tibor Nagy etc? We are tired of “WE ARE MONITORING…., WE HAVE CALLED ON… WE TALKED ON THE NEED FOR… ETC”. Killing people after calling them dogs, terrorists, secessionists etc.

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Images of other babies and handicaps Killed by French Cameroun Soldiers

paul biya’s Ngarbuh children’s massacre was well planned

According to sources from Ndu and corroborated by a French Cameroun military informant, the Ngarbuh massacre was well-planned in advance. Prior to the boycotted election in the area on 9th February, 2020, French Cameroun soldiers invaded the quiet Ngarbuh area and forcefully installed themselves in a church house with no authorization. They smashed the church doors and the local priest was threatened with elimination if he raises any objection. From there, they coordinated their action at a time that the inhabitants will be all present. Inhabitants of the area insists, no fighting has ever taken place in the area, with restoration forces of the state of Ambazonia, who are loved by the population in the territory. This love according to one of the affected’s family members angers the French Cameroun armies, who are hated by the locals for their brutality.

“Some were shot, butchered with knives. Some burnt in their houses. Those who tried to escape were shot at. We counted 27 corpses and others were retrieved in the bushes, making 37. Others are still missing. We don’t know if they have been killed or not. A victim tells BBC Africa. Another victim, whose family was erased was pellucid: “Out of the nine in my family that were killed, one was a boy. the rest were less than 12 years old. My sister who was breast-feeding her four-month old baby were shot in front of the house. My sister’s daughter and her six children, were all killed” Another victim also tells the BBC.

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One Survivor

Fulanis earlier prepped up by local politicians and the French Cameroun government are said to have accompanied the French Cameroun Military in the action. In all, about 14 children and pregnant women were among the 37 executed by the French Cameroun miliatry. Six of the kids were inquirers preparing for Baptism. Ngarbuh is not the first and will not be the last in the ongoing genocide on the minority English-speaking people of British Southern Cameroon. The war has killed more than 20,000 British Southern Cameroonians.

Corpses of the children killed by French Cameroun Bulubeti Militias

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SOME OF THE CHILDREN BEFORE THEIR EXECUTION

Using Fulanis, Mbororos or government’s own militias called Atanga Nji boys to attack natives is prevalent. The above the law government of Mr. Biya has employed the tactic severally with devastating consequences. It happened in the same area of Donga Mantung in 2018, where more than 32 boys were killed. The tactic is prevalent in the county of Menchum as well. Below is one of the actions where the Fulanis are guarded by the French Cameroun military to burn and kill villagers whom the government believe are not too loyal to them. The same military films their atrocities to the glee of the French Cameroun appointed Governor of the territory Mr. Lele Afrique. The French Cameroun military’s action of arming one religious of ethnic group against another is a script adopted by France in the genocide in Rwanda in 1994.

French Cameroun Soldiers Guarding Mbororos to go Kill Natives.

British Cameroon Genocide. here are the other gruesome massacres by africa’s most brutal and oldest dictator – Paul Biya.

The 87-year-old Paul Biya’s massacre of more than 37 children fit to be his great grand children, but not worth living, at Ngarbuh, in Ndu area of British Cameroon, on 14 February, 2020, is not the first and wouldn’t be the last. For four years now, the octogenarian has committed far worse Atrocity Crimes since 2016, when the people of British Cameroon (Ambazonia), went to the streets to demand for structural changes to enshrine equality in the country whom they were treated as third class citizens. In addition to the double massacres of 22 September, 2017, and 1 October, 2017, Paul Biya’s crimes have surpassed Boko Haram, and ISIS combined. He has tortured, raped, beheaded, burnt villages and families alive, buried others in mass graves and submerged others in rivers. To stand aloft these stated terror groups, he has the backing of the world and owns a hordes of lobbyists in Washington and other major capitals who principally glue the lips of officials while writing press releases for them.

Foreign Policy.com writes that, ““documents filed in the U.S under the Foreign Agents Registration Act show that the Biya government is channeling upward of $184,000 a month to some U.S lobbying firms. Squire Patton Boggs is currently receiving $100,000 a quarter from Cameroon. Glover Park Group—which just cut ties with the Saudi government—is providing public affairs and communications support to the Embassy of Cameroon in Washington for $51,000 a month, and in September 2019, Mercury Public Affairs secured a media relations contract with the government worth $100,000 a month”. This is from a dictator whose citizens live on less than a dollar a day. Below are the other massacres committed by the French Cameroun government of paul Biya in this four-year genocide that has claimed more than 20,000 lives.

2018 Massacres

  1. ISIS PLAYBOOK with Samsoya February 3, 2018
  2. SANTA MASSACRE 25TH MAY, 2018.
  3. BUEA MASSACRE 30TH JULY, 2018
  4. DONGA-MANTUNG AND BABESSI MASSACRES, 20th of October, 2018
  5. FIRST BALI NYONGA MASSACRE 22 NOVEMBER, 2018
  6. EXTRA-JUDICIAL KILLING OF PREGNANT MEDICAL OFFICER AND HUSBAND IN MBENGWI August 2018

For full details of these 2018 massacres with videos and pictures, Click here

2019 Massacres

  1. MPUNDU BALONG, 25 JANUARY, 2019.
  2. BOLE-BAKUNDU: +15 MASSACRED ON 2 FEBRUARY, 2019 AT THE MARKET.
  3. THE NONI MASSACRE, 8 MARCH, 2019
  4. Second BALINYONGA MASSACRE 13 APRIL, 2019. +11 KILLED AND INCINERATED.
  5. KILLING AND DUMPING IN MANYU AND IKILIWINDI, SOUTHERN ZONE BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROON, 4 April, 2019
  6. MASSACRE OF HEALTH PERSONNEL in Kumbo and Belo.
  7. THE MBAW MASSACRE, 1 MARCH, 2019.

For full details, videos and other images on these 2019 massacres, Click here

Is the world still going to sit back and watch this genocide continue? Remember, close to 6000 were killed in 2019, alone. For details of the 2019 killings, click here.