Do we still want to say that there is no ANGLOPHONE problem and that only a few extremists who are manipulated by the diaspora are the ones disturbing the peace?
Do we still want to say that a few extremists have hijacked two regions for over 15 months now with no end in sight?
Do we want to say that things are stabilising now in the Anglophone regions because we want to please the international community so that elections will hold in Ambazonia?
What began on October 14th 2016 with the Anglophone lawyers and teachers strike has snowballed into a tsunami that will change the course of history forever.
For the second year on the situation has not changed nor will it change anytime soon.
The civil disobedience movements lead by Rosa Parks in the US, Nelson Mandela in SA changed the course of their history forever.
The so called youth day 2018 has again recorded massive boycott in many parts of Ambazonia territory with unabashed, unashamed disapproval. In some town's like Mundemba, there wasn't a single student on the field, only the TTC marched, in Bamenda, in spite of the ambulant students that were ferried from the Ouest like last year, the attendance figure was simply disturbing.
The same scenario was recorded in Njinikom, Widikum, Manyu where ghost did the marching in lieu of students in spite of reassurances and the bribe schemes that were put In place by the authorities.
In Buea we can estimate a 40-50% attendance despite all the efforts with a tense atmosphere and generalised fear. Few taxis plied the Buea roads today.
We don't seem to get tired of improvising. When then going gets really tough, even prisoners and hoodlums from the ghettos are used to replace students in a show of shame. The notion of ambulant mechsnisms isn't new as we usually employ ambulant voters during elections to vote in favour of the ruling party.
After all said and done, after all the killing, maiming, looting, arson, vandalism and military bravado, the problem persists.
For how long shall we continue to deny the truth?