Mbiame Evil forest 26-11-19
It is no longer news that the CPDM elites from Mbiame residing in Yaoundé and especially those in The North of Cameroon precisely Ngoundere have been a source of misery to the Mbiame population inflicting pain on their own citizens not only sending military forces but assisting them to penetrate Mbiame through roads known only to Locals.
This barbarism has been going for at least 2 years now but recently intensified as military back up is often requested through Kumbo while majority of the forces come in from the West Region through Lip. We are reminded of some civilians taken out of the mosque with the network of these elites and the outcome:
So far at least 6 civilians have lost their lives on this useless and senseless war declared by President Biya on southern Cameroons. Despite these civilian loss and uncountable property damaged, military casualties are high and one begin to wonder why a conflict that can only be resolved through dialogue keeps wasting lives.
Yesterday we received a report that paints the picture of the ongoing genocide in Mbiame and are pleased to share :
“Accept warm greetings from mbiame evil forest.
We Wish to draw the attention of each and everyone that lrv terrorists launched a multiple attacks on the population of mbiame for close to 48hours.
It all started on Saturday 23rd at exactly 5:00am Amba time when they invaded Reeh village In their usual attempt to break into people’s houses for looting, rapping, torturing and killing of unarmed civilians. Thank God the mbiame evil forces stood their grounds and defended the population till the last man standing.
Seven terrorists were neutralised and many wounded forcing them to retreat. They brutally killed one civilian as they shamefully return to their base in Rifem.
At around 2:00pm another group of more than 300 invaded lip from Foumban. The boys again launched a deathly offensive against them at the bridge sending them back to Sarahka in neighbouring la republic village. At around 5pm their reinforcement came from kutaba. They successfully broke through our resistance at the bridge with the use of explosives and other deathly weapons but met their Waterloo at mangori where at least 30 of them were deleted and Many wounded forcing them to retreat with the speed of light.
We lost three of our compariots and four civilians in all these battles. May their gentle souls rest in perfect peace.
Reporting from mbiame evil forest. Stay tuned.”