IPOB, Cameroonian separatists to exchange weapons, information, personnel – Report

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The Indigenous of Biafra, IPOB, and a pro-independence movement in western Cameroon, ‘Ambazonia Governing Council’ (AGovC), have agreed to exchange weapons and to help them achieve common goals “Freedom”. Created in 2012 by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB had over the years condemned the Nigerian for its poor investment, inequitable resource distribution, marginalization, and heavy military presence in the region. The group therefore demanded for the restoration of an independent state of Biafra in the South East through an independence referendum.

On its part, AGovC, fights to carve out Cameroon’s English-speaking Northwest and Southwest regions into a breakaway state called Ambazonia. Grievances of Anglophone Cameroonians date back to 1961, when the region was granted independence from Britain. However, forming alliance each other, Foreign Policy, an American news publication, said: “The scope of the alliance will include joint and bases, Capo Daniel, the deputy defense chief of the Ambazonia Defense , the military wing of the Ambazonia Governing Council said.

“The groups will work to secure shared border and ensure an open exchange of weapons and , representatives of both the Ambazonia and IPOB movements said.” When contacted to react, Emma Powerful, said: “It’s true. We are growing day by day. We to ourselves”.

Sundiata Post had 21 May 2021 reported that Nigerian and Cameroonian separatist movements were beginning to join .