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Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Tells Biya: Revisit October 1 Celebration Videos To Know Whom To Dialogue With 

Sissiku Ayuk Tabe and wife

The incarcerated Interim Government leader of Ambazonia, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, has called on President Paul Biya to closely watch videos of October 1 celebrations from the Northwest and Southwest Regions in order to determine whom to dialogue with.

Speaking to The Post at the Kondengui Principal
Prison, Sisiku described the recently ended Major National Dialogue that was
convened by President Paul Biya as a non-event.

He rhetorically
questioned whether delegates to the dialogue from the Southwest and Northwest
Regions including the Chairperson and Prime Minister, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion
Ngute, can travel to their villages, organise meetings at the village squares
and read out the resolutions arrived at to their people.

According to Ayuk
Tabe, leadership is all about the people and not the leaders themselves.

He called on all the leaders
of the Ambazonia struggle, to drop interpersonal bickering on social media and
rather focus on the well-being of the people of the Northwest and Southwest
Regions as well as the thousands of refugees in Nigeria and other neighbouring
countries.

He narrated what IG
Care is doing within its reach to secure a better tomorrow for late baby Matha Mbuh’s
parents, and how they engaged their lawyers to follow up and ensure that Paddy
Asanga was released.

He added that they
had also engaged a team of lawyers to join those of Abdul Karim’s family as
well as those of Chris Anu’s mother and sister to see how they could file and
demand a habeas corpus for all of them.

“My concern is the lives
of the Ambazonian people, irrespective of their political stand as far as the
struggle to freedom is concerned. As leaders, we all have to focus on profitable
projects. There is the urgent need for the leaders to engage on humanitarian,
legal and diplomatic initiatives so as to push forth the cause an inch forward
every day,” he stated.

On IG’s relationship
with the Ambazonia Governing Council headed by Dr Ayaba Cho, Prof. Awasum simply
told The
Post
reporters that there was a memorandum of understanding between
them especially on the protection of lives and property as he could not respond
to further enquiries.

Sisiku Tabe and Prof.
Awasum reiterated that only a UN organised meeting with the USA present could
be genuine to them.

They suspected the
Swiss for being behind Abdul Karim’s arrest; reason they could not trust any
other mediator out of the aforementioned.

They praised the US
for taking the Ambazonia crisis at heart and challenged the UN to face its
responsibility and go back to the 1961 principles and resolutions.

As a demonstration of
the concern he has for his people, Sisiku confronted a delegation from the Military
Tribunal that was visiting the detention facility that October 10, questioning them
on why Ivo Fomusoh and his two friends were still behind bars after six years.

Fomusoh and the
friends had jokingly exchanged text messages on Boko Haram ‘recruitment’ that
eventually landed them into trouble.