Massacre Mpundu.

On January 25, 2019, tragedy struck the peaceful village of Mpundu Balong in Muyuka, Fako State of Ambazonia, as Cameroon occupation forces committed a heinous act against innocent civilians. Ten Ambazonia Civilians were abducted from their homes and brutally massacred, leaving a scar of pain and anguish in the hearts of their families and the entire community.

The incident serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing war between Ambazonian and the Cameroonian government. Ambazonians have long been advocating for their rights and self-determination, facing oppression and violence from government forces in return.

The victims of the Mpundu Balong massacre were ordinary citizens, not combatants or militants. They were mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters going about their daily lives, unaware of the imminent danger lurking in their own village. The mercilessness of the attack highlights the disregard for human rights and the rule of law in the region.

The international community must not turn a blind eye to such atrocities. Human rights organizations, governments, and global leaders must condemn these acts of violence and hold those responsible accountable. Justice must be served for the victims and their families, and steps must be taken to prevent such tragedies from recurring.

The people of Ambazonia deserve peace, security, and the right to determine their own future without fear of reprisals or violence. The Mpundu Balong massacre stands as a tragic symbol of the larger struggle for justice and freedom in the region.

As we remember the lives lost on that fateful day, let us renew our commitment to promoting peace, dialogue, and respect for human rights in Ambazonia and beyond. Only through collective action and unwavering solidarity can we build a world where such senseless violence becomes a thing of the past.