Ambazonian activist Atam Milan has called for a worldwide demonstration by Ambazonians/Southern Cameroonians at Nigerian Embassies worldwide.The call comes after the abduction of H.E Ayuk Tabe Juluis, president of the interim government alongside 9 other delegates of Ambazonia last week Friday in an Abuja hotel.
He made the call on his official Facebook wall some early Tuesday, 09.01.2017.Below is what he posted on his wall:
January 09, 2018
My Fellow Country Coordinators and Compatriots,
If organizing rallies ever had a bearing on our struggle, this is the time. Please go ahead and organize as soon as possible.
The Nigerian Government is under tremendous pressure from Cameroon and France to hand over our leadership.
The deal which was organized in such a manner that everything would be done under the radar and all of us transferred to Cameroon without anyone noticing failed. A number of things happened:
1. The planned worked perfectly except that they left one person behind. God works in mysterious ways. Noticing that something was wrong, we blew the alarm. When they realized their error, they came back for me but I had left the hotel. They then picked up the medication of the comrades who had booked into the hotel and took to them, including Sisiku's daily tablets.
2. With the planned abduction now blown open, they are caught between the rock and a hard place. They cannot extradite them officially but also need to find good reason for their release. We need to give them that reason.
3. The intentional community is hovering and paying attention. They are asking questions and Nigeria is under the spotlight. She had to be seen to do the responsible thing and respect the rule of law and human rights. And Nigeria is a proud country.
Therefore let us continue to pile the pressure through media outlets(blogs, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Reddit etc), through high profile individuals, international organizations and other networks we may have.
Even through your friends and neighbors who are Nigerians.
Most of all let us organize those rallies in front of the Nigerian embassies.
Our message should be simple: appeal to the good sense of the Nigerian government, knowing that it is a country that has been especially kind and hospitable to us thus far. But also knowing that she is under tremendous pressure.
Yaounde will only succeed if we relent. The net is closing around me. Yaounde has made clear it needs the missing piece of the puzzle. The relentless search by members of their security cluster is on and should I get arrested/abducted, I can rest assured that I have played my part and it is now in your hands.
I have managed to get the legal fraternity in Nigeria to work. I have had a series of high profile meetings and thanks to our Compatriots in Nigeria, we have managed thus far.
This is a God-ordained struggle and we are all called upon at some point or another to play our part. Now is time to reach out to every Nigerian of good conscience and get them to play a role on our behalf.
We shall overcome!