A LETTER ADDRESSED TO AMBAZONIAN COMMANDER NO PITY…ATANGANA ETEME

A LETTER ADDRESSED TO AMBAZONIAN COMMANDER NO PITY…ATANGANA ETEME

N Melo
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June 29, 2022 0

A LETTER ADDRESSED TO AMBAZONIAN COMMANDER NO PITY…ATANGANA ETEME

He is one of the formidable warlords in the Anglophone Regions. He is Mbashie Clement alias – General No Pity. He is the author of several attacks that have caused several damages in this part of Cameroon disputed between separatist factions and loyalist forces in Yaoundé. Polycarpexavier Atangana Eteme has just seized him publicly by an open letter, asking him to give up his war enterprise. OPEN LETTER TO NO PITY To my Big Brother Mbashie Clement alias- General No Pity Subject: North West and South West Regions- deadly crisis, a new way of thinking, a temporary truce. My very dear big brother!

While browsing the Google search engine this morning, I came across the first name Clément, which is also yours. Its meaning has many virtues “indulgent”, “good”, “gentle”. And that clemency, that is to say the ability to forgive, is one of the main values ​​taught by Jesus Christ.

I said to myself: I must write to you because you were not born a radical, a killer or a man to inflict suffering on these compatriots. That I also write to you because I see the collapse of these two regions of the country every day.
My big brother!

(…) I would not like to do the work of a historian in this crisis. But, I know that you are a citizen concerned with the public good, abandoned towns and villages, abused citizens. But beyond everything we had all been through in the last five years, I wish we had another face. That we pursue the values ​​Peace-Work-Fatherland. I want a temporary truce. Faced with this great collapse.
I propose to you today, to put human value back at the heart of our social and economic system, to resume school and health as urgent needs in their own right.
Today, I beg you as a Cameroonian. Whatever your motivations, your personal and professional situations to stop this adventure.

Meaning: The first name Clément derives from the Latin “clemens” which can be translated as “indulgent”, “good”, “gentle” or simply “clement”. Story: Mercy, that is to say the ability to forgive, is one of the main values ​​taught by Jesus Christ. Apr 19, 2017
What we are experiencing is unjust and unsuited to the values ​​of our time. Accept this saving idea so that our gaze is that of the interest of Cameroonians and Cameroon without bloodshed.
With hope, let’s make a truce!
By Polycarpexavier Atangana eteme, for a fraternal society.

N Melo
NM
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