Help Genocide Victims in Southern Cameroons a.k.a Ambazonia
There is an ongoing genocide taking place now in Southern Cameroons. Since 1st of October 1961 when La Republique du Cameroun and Southern Cameroons join to operate a federal system of government cold war have existed behind the camera until the escalation of October 2016. In 1972 the dean President Amadou Ahijo changed the federal systerm of government to a United Republic of Cameroun. Later in 1984 the 85 year old present President Paul Biya change the government to La Republique to Cameroun, thereby taking out the English Speaking minority out of the government. So the request for a change of government to a federal system by the people of Southern Cameroons resulted to genocide from the brutal regime of President Paul Biya.
More than 4,000 Southern Cameroons have been executed without committing any crime, more 80.000 have fled to neigbouring Nigeria, more than 1.000.000 million are internally displaced and many of them are living in the forest, those living in the forest die of snakes bites. More than 10,000 are in Jail and more than 7.000 are missing, more than 16,000 have been dead, and over 65 villages have been burnt dwon with a lot of people inside by the arm forces of President Paul Biya. So because of the genocide perpetuated by the regime of La Republique du Cameroun, the people of Southern Cameroons have determined to restore their statehood that was stolen from them in 1961. They opt for total independence and no more co-habiting with La Republique du Cameroon.
For these reasons, I sarah Mechane I am creating this campaign for awareness on the crisis and also to raise funds to support injured victims of this crisis both in and out of home. Your support will go a long way to hellp cover medical expenses, feed the refugees, give shelter to those whose homes have been burnt down, etc and also to stand in solidarity with the people of Southern Cameroons a.k.a Ambazonia. Every token that you donate will also go a long way to help save someone's life in Southern Cameroons.
Thank you and God bless you for donating.