“Killing us and denying our pain and corpses is indication we are worthless.” A native whose parents shared the grief when the father carried the remnants of his charred baby out of the rubble of his smoldering home. The wailing was enough for any parent whether in authority, be it in politics or the church to condemn, but none has. The perpetrator – French Cameroon authorities have again sent out another lie about the gruesome roasting of the toddler. Thy blame an inexistent Ambazonia forces in the area. An act the locals say confirm their status as worthless human beings. The French Cameroun authorities have increasingly resorted to lying about the genocide, after willfully executing innocent people.
HOW THE KILLING OF THE TODDLER HAPPENED
According to our source (under wraps), the French Cameroun Bulubeti militias had invaded the village of Tiben, Batibo Subdivision (Moghamo Local Government) of the territory of British Southern Cameroon (Ambazonia) on 11 February, 2021. Known for their killings, burning, torture, rape and harassment, the villagers all fled to the bushes for safety. In the midst of the confusion, Mr. Jonas Ndi and wife forgot their child in the house. The least one can expect is infanticide of the type he got. The soldiers on reaching the village and finding no one to exact their default acts of torture, execution rape and execution, set homes on fire before leaving. The result was Mr. Ndi’s child roasted alive; the body was charred like coal (video below). There was no exchange of fire by any Ambazonia Freedom fighters as peddled by the French Cameroun authorities.
TIBEN IS JUST ONE MORE BABY KILLED AND TORCHED
Killing and roasting of babies is the hallmark of the French Cameroun authorities in this ongoing genocide that has killed more than23000 innocent civilians. More than 450 villages have been burnt by these French Cameroun soldiers. Only an impartial foreign commission can ascertain the extent of the Atrocity Crimes conducted on these vulnerable people. Below are images of a few of the more than 4,000 burnt alive in their homes in anglophone Cameroon by French Cameroun soldiers.