A number of opposition groups following the Ngarbuh massacre must come together to sue President Paul Biya and his government for genocide in the Anglophone regions, for war crimes and crimes against humanity, says Fabrice Lena, PAP Party Scribe.
“This is not the first time that this kind of thing is happening, and each time ,we lament, lambast and at the end nothing is done, justice is not achieved,” says Fabrice Lena, National Communication Secretary of the Popular Action Party.
“In 2015 in Zevelet in the Far North (2 women and their children), the government said it was in Mali until international report proved them wrong,” he notes, citing other instances of killings.
“October 1, 2017 in the North West and South West, more than a hundred people including young men (firing at citizens in peaceful protest),” he adds.
“These elements and many more are sufficient enough to file a case against this barbaric, inhumane, diabolic and defunct regime who have reduced Cameroonians to refugees and beggars in their own country,” he explains.
“Let the PAP, CPP, MRC, UPC- MANIDEM, SDF, PURS,.PCRN, MP3, CPD, …lawyers, politicians, activist, journalist, keep away partisan politics for the common enemy.
It’s time for action, and that time is now!” He calls.