As the major national dialogue draws closer to the end in Yaoundé, social media images streaming in from different parts of the conflict hit North West and South regions show a massive mobilisation of Ambazonians on October 1, 2019 to commemorate what they call independence day.
In one of the many videos, a man known as General Ebube is leading a heavily attended civilian and militia match past in one of ceremonial grands in the Anglophone regions.
Ebube and his group of armed militia men are leading the match past with an Ambazonia Flag followed by a group of kids of school going age and senior persons under the watchful eyes of hundreds of spectators.
In a second video, believed to be from Fontem Subdivision in lebialem division of the south west region, a man popularly known as Field Marshall is leading commemorative activities at a popular village square in the area.
Here, the Ambazonia flag is hoisted followed by the singing of the Ambazonia Anthem and a military parade by his heavily armed militias.
The curiosity in this video is a burning pot, planted just under the pole on which the flag is hoisted.
In the area, the massive turnout of men, woman and children is a sign of attraction.
Social media users are also served a third video believed to have been done on the high sea. Heavily armed men lead by a man known as general Robenson are seen in an engine boat sailing round and waving the “Ambazonia” flag.
The fighters sing combat songs as they sail across the sea.
Mimi Mefo Info Correspondent Report