Anglophone Crisis : 5,000 Southern Cameroonians Arrive Nigeria as refugees

5,000 Southern Cameroonians Arrived Nigeria as refugees to Escapade ongoing Genocide . Attached Pictures of new arrivals in Cross River State- Nigeria.

Amidst the ongoing massacre and genocide pertutuated against Southern Cameroonians by the Biya regime, at least 5,000 Anglophones have cross to the boarders into Nigeria to escape systemic killings, mass arrests, torture, brutality and other atrocities now being referred to as Genocide following the uncovering of mass graves in Buea. The systematic killings by la Republique du Cameroun military and police force has continued unabated since October 2016 with over 300 killed on 1st October 2017 and buried in mass graves in Buea.

"What I saw on the filled today made me weep, Southern Cameroonians are suffering here, Children going for days without food after trekking miles from Anglophone Cameroon and sleeping in the Bushes to get into Nigeria" An official within UNHCR Nigeria office told me on phone. This is a growing conflict he added. Yesterday alone we register 103 families with over 300 individuals !

Following the declaration of independence by Southern Cameroons Governing council made by the Chairman Sisiku AyukTabe, seeking the restoration of Southern Cameroons Independence. At least 5000 Southern have arrived Nigeria as refugees to escape systemic killings since October 2016. Mostly from Mamfe, Bamenda, Buea, Limbe, Akwaya and Kumbo areas.

When will the International community come in for Southern Cameroons to enforce her right to self Determination. More refugees are on the way.

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