Breaking: UN to Create New Country from Cameroonian, Nigerian Territories by July 10

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JUNE 05 – The president of Cameroon, Paul Biya has withdrawn troops from Southern Cameroons to pave way for a new country that will be formed by the United Nations from Cameroonian and Nigerian territories, media sources have indicated.

Today’s Echo gathers that the new nation is to be called the UNO State of Cameroon and will be activated by July 10, 2020 based on previous agreements with Nigeria, Cameroon and the English speaking region of Cameroon, known as Ambazonia.

The withdrawal of troops was asked by President of the United Nations General Assembly, Ali A. Treki on May 20, 2020.

According to media sources, this was disclosed in May 26, 2020 letter of the UNO State of Cameroon to Prof. Martins Chia Ateh, the UN workshops coordinator.

Ateh said in the letter: “Greetings and thank you very much for the attached list of those who were detained in the Nkambe prison of Cameroon in August 2008.

“It is only now that the soldiers of la Republique du Cameroun are being withdrawn from the southern part of UNO State of Cameroon.” He said it was a good thing Treki kept the records straight.

On UN’s creation of a new country in Africa, Ateh said: “I should be getting back to you once the United Nations finishes with an official announcement on the existence of UNO State of Cameroon to the international community.”

While conceiving the new state, the former UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan invited former President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria and Biya of Cameroon to sign documents respecting their countries’ international boundaries.

It was learnt that Obasanjo and Biya signed the documents in March 2003 to cede their twin territories (Northern and Southern Cameroons) to the proposed UNO new country in West and Central Africa.

The UN, according to recent reports, pledged to actualize a new State of Cameroon on July 10, 2020.

It has already been reported that the new UNO state of Cameroon will also comprise 24 Local Government Areas in Borno, Adamawa and Taraba states of Nigeria.

While responding to ceding five local government areas from Borno State, an aide to Governor Babagana Zulum said: “We’ll study the recent unfolding developments on ceding Bama, Gwoza, Dikwa, Kala/Balge and Ngala councils to the UNO State of Cameroon.

“The state government will also be liaising with federal agencies on how to cede the affected local government areas as Obasanjo and Biya had signed documents with the UN to respect their international boundaries.”

According to the UN workshop coordinator and chairman, steering committee, Ateh, the councils to be ceded to UNO State of Cameroon, include Bama, Gwoza, Ngala, Kala/Balge, Dikwa. Others include Madagali, Michika, Mubi North, Mubi South, Mayo/Belwa, Toungo, Ganye, Serti, Hong, Jada, Maiha and Jada councils.

For a long time, the English speaking Southern Cameroon region, known as Ambazonia has been in revolt against the Francophone dominated Cameroonian government who they accused of marginalising them. Violence in the region as government forces crack down on separatists has claimed thousands of lives with no end in sight. It is therefore, expected that the formation of the new state and their union with their brothers in Norther Nigeria will lead to freedom and peace for Ambazonia

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