FIELD MARSHALL WAS NEVER A PART OF THE CAMEROONIAN MILITARY FORCE AS INVESTIGATIONS SHOW

FIELD MARSHALL WAS NEVER A PART OF THE CAMEROONIAN MILITARY FORCE AS INVESTIGATIONS SHOW

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July 19, 2022 0

FIELD MARSHALL WAS NEVER A PART OF THE CAMEROONIAN MILITARY FORCE AS INVESTIGATIONS SHOW

His death spread like wildfire. His assassination was celebrated as a momentous victory by the military. The subject unleashes passions to such an extent that it is difficult to achieve unanimity. Field Marshall, since it is about him, is now part of the story. He was neutralized in one way or another. Field Marshall was a mystery. Many things have been said about him… but not all of them are verified.

The Cameroonian army for several hours has continued to exhibit the corpse of Ambazonian General Field Marshall. His death was confirmed on Wednesday, July 13, 2022. The Cameroonian army issued a statement indicating that it had shot the powerful Ambazonian general in Lebialem. Since then, several contradictory information on the circumstances of this death have made the rounds of social networks and separatist networks. Some speak of betrayal. Field Marshall would have been the victim of a friendly blow.

Field Marshall was presented as a soldier who deserted the ranks to find himself on the side of the separatists. But this widespread information was undermined by an investigation by Bruno Bidjang. Indeed, during his Club d’Elite program this Sunday, the star presenter of Vision 4 pointed out that he had contacted the sources at the level of the army services and it was made clear to him that Field Marshall never made part of the ranks of the army. On the other hand, the latter has actually passed the tests to integrate the great mute, but without success. From security chief to Ambazonian, here’s how everything changed for Field Marshall

Oliver Lekeaka, better known as Field Marshall, was a former soldier in the Cameroonian army. He left the rank of the army later to become an Ambazonian separatist commander.

Born in December 1968 in the south-west region of Cameroon, he had interrupted his studies and joined the Cameroonian army.

A recent photo published by whistleblower Nzui Manto is still hitting social media.

In the center of this image taken in Yaoundé, we could see the security chief of the former senator the Fon Fontem Njifua. This head of security is none other than the now late Field Marshall.

The former senator who lived in Yaoundé never traveled without his security chief Oliver Lekeaka who often accompanied him to the palace of the

“In 2016 English-speaking magistrates are dragged by their gowns in the mud by the soldiery of dictator Paul Biya, teachers beaten up, students raped in Bamenda and Buea. Sensitive to the cruelty against his people, Oliver Lekeaka renounces the security of the Senator and returns to his native Lebialem to fight against the barbarism of the dictator of Yaoundé”, says Nzui Manto.

It is from there that Oliver Lekeaka would later become Field Marshall the greatest king of Ambazonia.

Lekeak was the leader of the “red dragon” militia. His armed group is part of the loosely structured Ambazonia Self-Defense Council and is loyal to the interim Ambazonia government. The “red dragon” is mainly active in Lebialem, a region in southwestern Cameroon. Oliver Lekeaka was the brother of Chris Anu, former Communications Secretary of the Interim Government of Ambazonia.

With the outbreak of the Anglophone crisis in September 2017, the soldier deserted his post in the Cameroonian army and joined the separatist camp, and eventually became the most powerful warlord in the Lebialem division. Due in part to Lebialem’s topography, the department has become a key battleground in the war, with Cameroon’s armed forces facing a tough fight against separatists. As a result, Oliver has become a key figure on the separatist side as well as a priority target for the Cameroon military.

On December 31, 2018, the Cameroonian military claimed to have killed Oliver. Statement that turned out to be false because it appeared in a video a week later.

In August 2019, his mother and sister were arrested in Yaoundé. Authorities claimed they hid the ransom money made by the “Red Dragon” militia for the hostage-taking. Lawyers claimed to have lost contact with Oliver. Oliver’s mother was released on November 20, while his sister was transferred to Kondengui central prison. On October 1, 2019, after driving out the traditional rulers of Lebialem, Oliver declared himself Supreme Ruler of Lebialem, prompting Cameroonian troops in the area to capture or kill him. Although they failed to find Oliver, there were casualties on both sides.

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