She retires home like every woman after tilling the fields, Howerver, as a British Southern Cameroonian Woman (Ambazonian), her life, home or possessions belong to the French Cameroun marauding killers. Later that Night of 23 July, 2021, Mami Frida (as she was popularly called in her native Pinyin Village), recited her prayers before crawling on to her wooden bed. This was her last prayer as her punctured body was found a few meters from her mud house. French Cameroun soldiers had smashed her door in the thick of the night and pulled her out to unload their ammos on her, as seen with the empty shells around her blood-stained body. She was shot at close range as the bullets sailed through her body. Residents believed the assassination happened around 2am. Like other innocent civilians murdered, no word was heard from the French Cameroun colonial administrators who claim to be fighting to protect civilians like Mama Frida and her comrades. From Mama Frida, they moved to another innocent woman (name withheld. Picture below) and equally executed her. Their crimes according to sources is the fact that their adult relatives are part of the resistance mounted by British Southern Cameroonians against the French Cameroun colonial authorities since 2016.

Video of Mami Frida

Murdered in the Cathedralin Balinyounga, 22 August, 2021

Sister Grace left her home on Sunday, August 22nd, alongside her children and Bible to her regular place of worship – Ntanfoang Presbyterian Church, Bali Nyonga. Little did she know that the church has become a firing squad. French Cameroun Colonial soldiers opened fire into the congregation killing her and leaving a pastor (Rev. Voma Simon) and other worshipers critically injured. Although the pastor and the congregants in the recorded live video of the incident blamed the French Cameroun killing militias/soldiers, the Presbyterian church hierarchy could not re-echo their authentic story to the world. A release from the church hierarchy mumbles through the event, failing to call the killers by their names. The head of the Presbyterian Church in Kamerun, threw their pastor and Christians under the bus, motivated by not only fear but the goodies the French Cameroun dictatorship has been dishing out to mostly Christian religious leaders in British Cameroon. Not the first time that the overseer of the church – Moderator (Fonki Samuel Forbah) has defiled the scriptures to serve the devil. In 2018, he secretly abandoned peoples’ children under him to attend the swearing in of Paul Biya, who at that time had killed more than 15,000 of Christians most of them Presbyterians. Before attending the ceremony, the moderator had secretly paid about $4000 to the kidnappers without even telling parents that their children were under captivity. Below is the release from the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church, disagreeing with eye witness report by the Christians affected by the shooting at Balinyounga British Southern Cameroon (Ambazonia).

Who was Grace Numvi Titatang?

Ma Grace Numvi T.

Who was Grace Numvi Titatang? She grew up as an orphan. Her parents died at an early age, and she automatically became the mother for her younger siblings. She and her siblings found refuge and consolation in the church, where she unapologetically believes in truth and God’s unconditional love. Despite persuasion from her husband who is a Catholic by faith for her to switch faiths, Mrs. Grace insists on worshipping as a Presbyterian. Her husband due to harassment and extortion from the French Cameroun colonial military – accusing him of being a Restoration Force supporter/sympathizer, had to again abandon Ma Grace for safety in French Cameroun. She was just from visiting him at his exiled home a few weeks back, just for her life to be smoked out by the French Cameroun Colonial military. On the day of her assassination, her youngest child still depending on her mammalian glands was with her other daughter at the Sunday School section of the church. She was on her way to give her younger sibling to her mother for some breast milk when she saw her blood-soaked mother being wheeled on the gurney. The noise from the bewildered mourners could not drown the eight-year-old’s weeping voice. Yes her dear mother’s face was drenched in blood as the bullets from the French Cameroun Bulubeti militias seems to have thrust into the corner of her heart, splashing blood all over her head. Here was a woman who believed in God’s love and protection, but was killed in God’s own house. The truth she grew up upholding as a Christian was denied her siblings, her and children by the Church she depends on for protection. A communique of her shooting from the hierarchy of the church failed to acknowledge the French Cameroun soldiers for the killing. She leaves behind an about 16-month-old baby and two others, less than 10-years-old. She was buried on 5 August, 2021 in Balinyounga, where the Christians shamed the moderator of the church and its leadership for lying about the murderers of their comrade. Below is the on-the-spot videos of the murder as captured by the Christians who survived the church attack.


“Accused of collaborating with British Southern Cameroon (Ambazonia) Liberation fighters because she allowed her daughter to marry an Amba fighter in Nwa subdivision, Northwest part of the territory, Ma Nwang Lydia, 60, was shot dead by government forces on Wednesday, June 9, 2021”. That was all her crime. She is not the first and will not be the last. In April 2021, an innocent man in Momo County was killed by the French Cameroun soldiers because his adult son is part of the colonial resistance by British Southern Cameroonians. For many in Anglophone Cameroon (Ambazonia), the silence by the global community on these Atrocity Crimes is a disgrace to humanity. (Read her full story here).



In the village of Ndu in the northern part of the territory, recently. Grand Mama Ngwafku Adama, in her late 70s or early 80s, was on her way to the fields, when the happy trigger Bulubeti Militias unleashed their French-paid cartridges on her. She committed no crime. After eliminating her in the presence of her family members, the scofflaws took videos and close-ups of her dusty body to show to the world and their colonial bosses in the colonial capital Yaounde/Paris. From one of the close-ups, the image shows a dusty granny who must have whirled herself on the ground before finally giving up. Although such images have failed to prick the global community to end the genocide, it no doubt has everlasting psychological effect on the victims who watched the action unfold. Many citizens who have witnessed such barbarism have died from the shock afterwards. Such was the case of Mr. Ngwa Peter, from Bafut, whose son was shot in front of him, and forced to watch him bleed to death by the French Cameroun Bulubeti Militias.(Read Ngwa’s pain and death here)

The UN Must Stop this BLOODSHED NOW

The stories above are just the few that caught our attention. This year (2021) alone, more than 2000 have been killed. Toatally, more than 30,000 have been killed so far, more than 80,000 registered refugees in Nigeria, the world must insists on a ceasefire through an inclusive dialogue that examines the root causes of the conflict. As the days go by, hopes for any peaceful co-habitation between these former two UN-Mandated Trust Territories, are dissipating. While conflicts of unique origins and identities in Europe like in Yugoslavia have been handled through democratic means in which a vote has been called for to ask the wishes of those questioning their sense of being, in Africa and the rest of the third world, economic interests of the UN-member states have taken precedence irrespective of the rivers and streets flowing with innocent human blood. It happened in the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea, North vs South Sudan, East Timor vs Indonesia etc

The British Southern Cameroon, as black Africa’s first democracy accepted to form a union of two equals with French Cameroun in 1961. Their values of freedom, justice, equality and democratic accountability like most Anglophone cultures worldwide have been decimated by the French Cameroun authorities and citizens who believes in strong individuals rather than institutions in the functioning of the state. The UN that coerced the British Territory into such false union has remained mute to the complete annexation of the once proud territory. French values like language, governance and centralization have been imposed on the territory; all violating the terms of the UN-brokered union in 1961. With the killing and burning (+10,000 homes) with more than a million internally-displaced, the French Cameroun authorities backed by France continue to refuse to go back to the table like they did in 1961. It is time for the UN and the United States to end the conflict through a negotiated solution. These killings once again show the intransigent nature of French Cameroun as they have violated and disobeyed every global step to end the conflict. The UN scribe and the Pope, called for a global ceasefire to enable the world handle the deathly Covid-19, but French Cameroun has continued to show that she is not only more deathly than the virus, but is above global laws and authorities. The bloodshed has to end now. For more on the history of the British Southern Cameroons, click here. For the Killings since 2016, Click here.

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