Thursday, 21 June 2018

Mark Bareta, Tapang Ivo, Pauline Akoson and husband Raymond, among the names of MOST WANTED Ambazonians by the Cameroon Government

The Cameroon government has released a list of FOURTEEN names of Ambazonian online fighters in the diaspora, tagging them 'terrorists, and accusing them of inciting youths back home to go into violence.

The list was released yesterday Wednesday June 19, during the government heads meeting chaired by Prime Minister Philemon Yang, said the culprits have been reported to their present countries of resident.

The names were mentioned on page 8 of the document, announcing government's decision to assist internally displaced anglophones, and those seeking refuge in Nigeria, following the unending crisis in the two English speaking regions of the country.

Those mentioned are: Mark Bara alias Bareta (Belgium), Ayaba Cho Lucas (Norway), Tapang Ivo Tanku, Akwanga Ebenezer, Dereck Mbongo, Nsoh Nkem Foncha, Chris Anu and Yinkfu Nsangong (United Stated of America), Shey Kaavi Wo Melim (Austria), Akoson Pauline Diale and her husband Akoson Raymond and Brado Etchu Tabenyang (Nigeria), John Mbah Akuro and Larry Eyong (South Africa).

The report further accused the 14 Ambazonian frontline Social media leaders of organizing fundraising to raise funds to buy arms and fund terrorist activities.

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