“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.
Some of the corpses of the more than 15 Killed
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