Ambazonia Vice President Dabney Yerima on Monday denied his restoration forces were behind the recent attack on Camairco passenger plane in Bamenda, saying the Francophone regime in Yaounde and the pro Yaounde armed militia groups needed to offer up evidence after blaming Southern Cameroons Restoration Forces.
Dabney Yerima observed in this week’s briefing that Southern Cameroons Resistance Forces have nothing to do with the attack on the plane and added that the international community should ask Yaoundé to provide any information that would justify the accusations leveled at the Interim Government.
The exiled Southern Cameroons leader pointed out that those who make such allegations must provide the needed proof to back it up. Vice President Dabney Yerima noted that U.S. and European governments should take into account the complete absence of sophisticated military equipment in the hands of the Ambazonia Restoration Forces.
Hours after the incident, which caused minor damage on the passenger plane, the Biya Francophone regime pinned the blame on Southern Cameroons fighters. The Ambazonia Interim Government say the sophistication and precision of the bullet on the plane all points to Yaoundé and its proxy elements in Southern Cameroons.
Comrade Dabney Yerima added that the Federal Republic of Ambazonia will never ever forget and forgive the crimes being committed by French Cameroun government troops in Southern Cameroons.
Yerima repeated the Ambazonia Interim Government vow that Southern Cameroonians would not enter into talks with La Republique du Cameroun unless President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and all Southern Cameroons detainees are freed.