Mr. Lukas:

On January 24th, 2019, tragedy struck Mauoto village near Buea Fako Ambazonia,as Mr. Lukas, a humble farmer, fell victim to the brutal actions of Cameroon occupation forces. The early hours of that fateful day turned into a nightmare for Mr. Lukas and several others in the community, as motorbikes were set ablaze, homes were destroyed, and lives were forever changed.

Mr. Lukas, known for his hard work and dedication to his farm, was targeted unjustly, highlighting the harsh realities faced by innocent civilians in war zones. His abduction and subsequent killing sent shock waves through the community, leaving behind a trail of grief and anger.

The brutality not only robbed Mr. Lukas of his life but also shattered the sense of security for many in Mauoto village. Ambazonia The flames that consumed motorbikes and homes mirrored the flames of injustice that continue to burn in Ambazonia, plagued by violence and oppression.

The brutality inflicted upon Mr. Lukas serves as a stark reminder of the human cost of war and the urgent need for accountability and justice. His story echoes the countless others who have suffered silently under similar circumstances, often forgotten by the wider world.

As we reflect on the events of that tragic day, we must not let Mr. Lukas’ memory fade into obscurity. His name represents not just a victim of violence but a symbol of resilience and a call to action against atrocities committed in the name of power and control.

The international community must stand in solidarity with communities like Mauoto, demanding transparency, investigations, and justice for those who have been unjustly targeted and lost their lives. Only then can we honor the memory of Mr. Lukas and others who have paid the ultimate price for peace and justice in the ongoing war in Ambazonia.