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Cameroon: Manyu SDO orders mandatory evacuations

As Anglophones continue to act in legitimate self-defence against gov't soldiers, the SDO of Manyu, Oum II Joseph has ordered residents in 15 villages in Akwaya and Eyumojock to leave their homes immediately or face genocide in retaliation to the recent killing of six soldiers. The SDO did not explain how he expects 15 villages to be evacuated and where the villagers will relocate to; or who will pay for the mandatory evacuations and for how long the people will remain on self-exile.

The SDO also banned all activities on the Manyu river until further notice. The SDO is living in a fool's paradise and he doesn't understand that the land and villages in question belong to Ambazonians who are prepared to fight and die for their freedom.

The land is our land and we have the staying power. Let the soldiers come to their waterloo.

Concord Newsdesk

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