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Southern Cameroons Struggle: Two Ambazonians seek God’s face at SCOAN

Two individuals, certainly from Ambazonia, were at the Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN) on Sunday to play their part in making the struggle anointed.


The Ambazonian flag could be seen flying in the air as the two joined the rest of the congregation to praise God, Bareta news reports. They had gone there to call on God to be with Southern Cameroonians as they near the restoration of their statehood.

Many people had earlier declared that this struggle was God anointed like Tassang Wilfred who said “the struggle is 80% spiritual and 20% physical”

Everyone who has felt the pains of slavery under the dictatorial regime for over 56 years would definitely want to play their part in this fight just like the two Ambalanders did at prophet TB Joshua’s church.

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