The President of the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia , Sisiku AyukTabe condemns the killings of Soldiers and Civilians in Jakiri and Bamenda in the past days and distances himself and his administration from such acts and their perpetrators. He maintains our revolution has been non-violent and will continue to pursue nonviolent diplomatic and legal means to gain our freedom. He also expresses condolenses to the families of those affected and calls on all parties involved to respect the value of human life.
“The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me because the Lord has anointed Me to preach good news to the meek. He has sent Me to bind up the broken hearted, to PROCLAIM LIBERTY TO THE CAP-TIVES and the OPENING of the PRISON to those who are bound;” (Isaiah 61:1) It is not in our culture and upbringing to bandy words with God’s servants for in the process we fear, we may in fact, grieve the Lord. But today we find ourselves obliged to do exactly what we know we should not; answer God’s servants in the public domain, for if we do not, the Church, or part thereof, may derail our struggle for the liberation of God’s people as directed by the scripture above, the very reason for which Jesus Christ came and died. On Saturday the 29th of April, 2017, the Bishops of Cameroon gathered in Yaounde within the framework of the 42nd general assembly of the National Episcopal Conference and issued a message titled: “One People, One Nation”. That message focused entirely on the Southern Cameroons Ques-tion, the reason for the ongoing unrest in the North West and South West regions of the country.