Ni John Fru Ndi has accused some government ministers for invading and transforming into arm robbery, the Anglophone struggle which he has described as a genuine cause.
According to the SDF Chair, different groups of bandits have been created to terrorise and extort money from population.
“The population have suffered a lot since this struggle began and they are still suffering…you cannot be fighting to liberate a people, yet, they are the victims of human right abuses daily and injustice…” John Fru Ndi told the press as he visited Baba II, after his house was set on fire.
Ni John Fru Ndi condemned what he called intimidation and threats from purported Amba boys.
“They fired in the air thinking it will scare me. Let me tell you….I will only die, when God says so…” he said.
Ni John Fru Ndi visited Baba II, to see for himself, the rate of damage after his home was visited by arsonists.
He is also worried about the population who complain of constant threats from the armed men.
“Since these boys came to the village two months ago life has been made difficult for us. We cannot go to our farms freely. They have been beating us in the sole of our feet. They got one of our brothers who is a hunter well beaten” an inhabitant told Mimi Mefo Info.
“If you are fighting because you want to restore anglophones then you have to protect them,” Fru Ndi told Amazonian captain known as captain Die Man at his Baba 2 residence when he met with them.
Ni John Fru Ndi added that his home was attacked because he was accused of working with local authorities.
“After my arrival in Bamenda, my driver, Salifu Waziru, was shot in the ankle at the fish pond hill towards the Bamenda food market as he returned home after dropping me…I saw this as an attack on the people because this was recurrent…so I went to see the governor to warn him about the actions of the military….since these boys have their agents all over, they reported to them that I went to the governor for him to send soldiers to fight them. That night they relocated from their hide out. Next day they decided to burn my house. I’m told before burning they looted property,” Fru Ndi revealed.
The over five roomed building and property worth over 120 millions of Ni John Fru Ndi, was reduced to nothing.
“My only Joy is my green house was not touched.” Chairman Fru Ndi declared.
Construction works have begun to erect a new building at the site.
According to the chairman, spending the end of year feast in the village has been a routine and this year will not be an exception.
Speaking to press men upon returning to his Ntarinkon residence, the chairman urged the Ambazonian leaders to put the people’s interest first.
“The leadership of Amazonia should reorientate what they are fighting for because they cannot be fighting to restore Anglophones and the Anglophones are suffering much more from them” he said.
He called on the government whom to him has failed to address the Anglophone problem when it escalated, to take urgent measures before things get out of hand.
Ni John Fru Ndi also told the press that Biya’s victory came as surprise.
“I don’t see Cameroonians that dump, voting for Mr Biya, talk less of the anglophone regions…it is only in Cameroon that a candidate campaigns for 22minutes and wins an election,” he added.
This is the second time the residence of the national chairman is being attacked since the crisis began in the North West and South West regions of the country. First it was an attempt to put fire at his Ntarinkon residence and now his baba residence burnt to ashes.
By: Ma Stey