Ayuke Tabe Julius President of the Ambazonian Republic with six others, were abducted at Nera Hotels in Nigeria by unknown Gunmen yesterday Saturday 6 January 2018 news avail.
This operation which is going viral on social Media and has sparked a wave of confusion in the Anglophone part of the country is yet to be contained as founded or mere false alarm.
Suspicions are rift that certainly they must have been picked by Cameroonian Gunmen with the aid of Nigerian security intelligence following last year's international arrest warrants signed after members of the governing Council.
As we report their where about is still unknown, and the Cameroonian government has made no official statement through its government spokesperson Issa Tcheroma Bakary.
Those arrested along with the President H.E. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe include:
Dr. Nfor Ngala Nfor, Chairman of the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC)
Dr. Fidelis Nde Che,
Dr. Henry Kimeng
Dr. Cornelius Kwanga
Mr. Tassang Wilfred
Barrister Eyambe Elias
Dr. Ojong Okongho and
Barrister Nalowa Bih.
It should be noted that the serious MEN Hunt by the Cameroonian government comes at the foothills of a serious wave of confusion sparked in the Anglophone part of the country since November 2016 by leaders of the independence movement that has caused timid school reopening, the burning of schools, human lost, untold suffering and above all economic stagnation and hardship.
The case of Mamfe people who now seek refuge as refugees in Nigeria is very obvious.
The ambush operation as we source further is creating great panic and tension amongst secessionists leaders in the diaspora who are wandering about their own security and the fate of the struggle.
Political pundits and analysts are now predicting doom for the struggle as its leaders have now been arrested.
Other optimistic opinion holders are with the view that they have been abducted by government to iron out things to ensure that frank and meaningful dialogue can begin.
A last school of thought thing that the governing Council was infested with a lot of traitors, that is why what ever was planned in secret ended up in public. To them, strategies and policies need to be redefined and shaped.
Only days ahead, looking at how complex the situation or circumstance is can tell about the leaders of the movement and the Anglophone struggle for Independent in Cameroon.