THOUGH SPECIAL FORCES WERE DEPLOYED IN THE ANGLOPHONE REGIONS, THERE WAS STILL GHOST TOWN TODAY

THOUGH SPECIAL FORCES WERE DEPLOYED IN THE ANGLOPHONE REGIONS, THERE WAS STILL GHOST TOWN TODAY

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September 5, 2022 0

THOUGH SPECIAL FORCES WERE DEPLOYED IN THE ANGLOPHONE REGIONS, THERE WAS STILL GHOST TOWN TODAY

The separatists clearly did not bow down to the armada of Paul Biya who launched the final assault in the English-speaking regions with the dispatch of special forces. Indeed, on this first day of the new school year, the separatists have succeeded in imposing their law in the areas under their control.

According to the whistleblower Nzui Manto, the “Ghostown” imposed by the Ambazonians transforms this Monday into Sunday. “No parent has taken the risk in this part of the city of Buea to let their offspring hang out of the home because of the public holiday, unpaid unemployment established by the Ambazonians”, specifies the whistleblower. Panic in No

The back-to-school season officially kicks off on Monday, September 5. The Minister of Secondary Education, Pauline Nalova Lyonga set the tone for the start of the 2022-2023 school year.

This new school year is announced against a backdrop of crises. The OTS movement threatens on one side and the Ambazonians on the other side.

Paul Biya’s minister urged parents of students and the educational body to “transform difficulties into opportunities”.

For this return to school, the separatists have unveiled a series of measures in the English-speaking regions of the North-West and South-West.

Mark Bareta, close to several Amabazonian groups and leaders, made the announcements in a post on his Twitter account. It clearly indicates that separatist fighters oppose the resumption of classes in NOSO as planned by the Cameroonian government.

“Resumption of classes: Ambazonia forces, in a circulating video, have stipulated that the resumption of schools this year will only start from October 4, 2022. No schools are to open in September. The fighters have maintained that all schools can resume EXCEPT government schools,” Mark Bareta wrote on his account.

“The fighters insisted that the national anthem of Cameroon should not be sung in schools, that students should not wear uniforms, that the French language should not be taught in any form either in the schools of Amba”, explained the activist.

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