Financing of the Ambazonian war: the United States will strike very hard

Financing of the Ambazonian war: the United States will strike very hard

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by N Melo
September 6, 2022 0

Financing of the Ambazonian war: the United States will strike very hard

Christopher John Lamora, new US Ambassador to Cameroon, clarified the fate reserved for Ambazonians living in American territory.

According to reliable sources, Christopher John Lamora, the new United States Diplomat in Cameroon, has spoken out on the bloody conflict that has rocked the English-speaking regions of the country for six years, and has threatened all those residing in the United States and finance terrorism in this area. The attention of the Diplomat in the face of the question of the accusing finger on the Cameroonian diaspora living in the United States of America and suspected of financing the crisis did not remain silent.

In order to neutralize the sponsors of this dismal activity, the Head of State of Cameroon, His Excellency Paul Biya, has several times seized Washington to deliver to him these people accused of terrorists being at the origin of the death of several Cameroonians. Christopher John Lamora reacted in these terms: “I watched several of these videos that you refer to and I was embarrassed. Everyone should be embarrassed by these kinds of things: videos where people call for violence, videos where people suggest killing students and preventing them from going to school, it’s a methodology force to resolve this type of dispute. The diaspora, whether in the United States or elsewhere, who for seven years have been inciting violence, must stop. We should no longer wonder about it; they have to stop (…) People have to have peace speeches; those who encourage the burning of hospitals, set up ambushes in schools, those who impose their ideas by violence must stop”.

This reaction of the US Representative in Cameroon is therefore proof that Joe Biden’s country is joining the international community to denounce the deterioration of the political and security situation in Cameroon. Better, a warning from these networks and lobbies lurking in the diaspora to activate the additional factor of concern, which contributes to the maintenance of violence and human rights violations in the North-West and South-West regions who have been experiencing a situation of secessionist crisis since October 2016 and causing an unacceptable number of victims and a heavy impact in humanitarian and economic terms.

On June 7, 2021, the US Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Antony Blinken, announced targeted sanctions against the parties to the conflict, clearly specifying that his country was committed to working for the return of peace in the two regions in conflict. “I am putting in place a policy imposing visa restrictions on those suspected of being responsible or complicit in obstructing the peaceful resolution of the crisis in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon. This decision reflects our commitment to advancing a dialogue to peacefully resolve the Anglophone crisis and support respect for human rights,” he said in a statement.

In Washington’s approach, people who will be identified as responsible for the deterioration of the socio-political situation in Cameroon, both on the side of the Cameroonian regime and in the camp of those claiming secession, will be turned back and will not be able to travel to the States. -United.

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