Gianluca Costantini
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Human Rights in Ambazonia

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Barrister Tamfu Richard
Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe

SISIKU JULIUS AYUKTABE The Leader kidnapped & refouled by Nigeria to Cameroon and finally illegally Detained By Biya Paul of Cameroon

Sisiku Julius AyukTabe was born on the 2nd May 1965 in Kembong village, Eyumojock LGA in Manyu County. He is the son of Ayuk Elias and Ojong Paulina (both Deceased).

Sisuku AyukTabe is the pioneer Chief Information Officer (CIO) and successively Assistant Vice President in-charge of Digital Services and Marketing & Recruitment at the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria.

He worked extensively with SONEL (Electricity Distribution Company) in Cameroun where he improved energy efficiency in the Adamaoua Regionby 16%, as Regional Delegate.

Earlier in his career at the company, as a Computer Analyst/programmer, he deployed a Customer-Management application for the company.

He also worked with Cisco Systems as the Academy Manager for the 23 countries of West & Central Africa, until he joined the American University of Nigeria.

As an IT expert he voluntarily designed, developed and deployed an application, for the Cameroon GCE Board, for the automation of operations of the General and Commercial Examinations at both the Ordinary and Advanced levels.

Sisiku is a Motivational Speaker and has done so in many conferences across the globe.

Sisiku AyukTabe with his wife Lilian AyukTabe founded the AyukTabe AgborBakia (ATAB) Foundation, that empowers the poor in his community in Eyumojock, Manyu County of the Southern Zone of Ambazonia.

He is also a member of the Adamawa Peacemakers Initiative (API) that supports IDPs in Northern Nigeria.

His brainchild Cisco networking Academy at the Budumbura refugee camp in Ghana won the International Academy Awards “Against all Odds” in Europe.

He was the Chairman of the Governing Council of the Southern Cameroons Consortium United Front (SCACUF) and was later nominated as the pioneer President of the Interim Government of Southern Cameroons / Ambazonia.

Alongside 11 other Ambazonian Leaders, he was abducted at NERA Hotel, Alex Ekweme Stret, Jabi, Abuja Nigeria on the 5th January 2018. He with nine (9) of those leaders, was illegally deported to Cameroon on the 25th January 2018. They were held incommunicado in SED and at the Kondengui Maximum Security Prison Yaoundé Cameroun. They were arraigned before the Yaoundé Military Tribunal on the 10thJanuary 2019 on charges of secession, terrorism, non-possession of the Cameroonian identity card, treason etc.

Following an abusive court hearing that violated all their rights to a fair trial, from the 19th to 20th August 2019, Sisiku alongside his nine compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million.

Sisiku and wife Lilian, have developed a 60 hectares farm known as ATAB Farms along the Eyumojock — Ekok road employing 28 workers. Unfortunately, on the 29th of September 2017, the workers were driven out of the farm by the Cameroun Military Forces. The farm has since been abandoned because the Cameroun military still ensures that no one goes anywhere close to it.

Sisiku is married with 4 children.

Nfor Ngalla Nfor

While Western World Protect their citizens with Great minds, Africa jails it’s own

Nfor Ngala Nfor was born on December 31, 1952 in Kup, Nkambe in Donga Mantung County in the British Southern Cameroons, into the family of His Royal Highness Ta Nfor Ngala Tarndap (late) and Ma Winto Mbebu.

He obtained a Masters Degree in Political Science from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria in 1980.

He was employed into the Registry of the University and rose to the rank of Senior Assistant Registrar before he resigned.

He returned to Cameroon in 1986 and was employed by the Ministry of Territorial Administration until 1992.

In 1998 he was the Secretary of UN Habitat Afrique Conference, hosted by A.B.U Zaria with Prof Shuetfegua (late) as the Chairman and General Mohammed Buhari (rtd) as Patron. He was a key member of the launching of the of the opposition party — Social Democratice Front (SDF) in Bamenda on May 26, 1990.

He served the party in various capacities including being Chairman of the Constitutional and Political Affairs Committee upto 1999. There after he has dedicated his entire life and service to the pursuit of the Restoration of his Country, the Southern Cameroons from foreign annexation by La Republique du Cameroun.

His pursuit has been under the platform of the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) which he served in various positions including being elected the National Vice Chairman in March 2000 and the Chairman from 2014 to date. In his services for SCNC, he has embarked on several/major diplomatic engagements across the globe and with many countries and Agencies/Organisations too many to recount here.

As SCNC Representative at the UNPO from 2004 he served two mandates on the Presidency of the UNPO.

He is author of many educative pamphlets and books on the Southern Cameroons, prominent among which are: In Chains for my Country; Died not Dead; The two Cameroons: Southern Cameroons for Southern Cameroonians; and,

The Southern Cameroons: The Truth of the Matter. In his service to liberate the Southern Cameroons from annexation and subjugation, he has been arbitrarily arrested, tortured, detained and tried on several occasions.

Following the illegal banning of the SCNC in January 2017 alongside the Consortium, he fled to Nigeria where he sought and obtained UNHCR protection as a Refugee.

He and 11 others were abducted in Abuja Nigeria in January 5, 2018 and repatriated to La Republic du Cameroon. After Eleven months of solitary confinement, he was trransfere to Kondengui Prison Principale Yaounde Cameroon. He was arrainged before the Yaoundé Military Tribunal on January 10, 2019, to face charges on terrorism, secesion etc. Following an abusive court hearing that violated all their rights to a fair trial, on August 20 2019, he alongside his nine compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million.

Dr. Cornelius Kwanga


He is from Bum in Boyo County, of Southern Cameroons/ Ambazonia. He was born on March 22, 1970, as the 3rd of 10 children of Kwanga Samuel Nkan and Kwanga Priscilla Mbong.

Dr KWANGA is a Researcher and Senior Lecturer of the Department of Economics, Umaru Musa Yar’adua University (UMYU) Katsina.

He joined UMYU from Yobe State University (YSU), Damaturu, Yobe State Nigeria. In YSU, he was one time Acting Head of Department of Economics and later on appointed Coordinator of Research and Innovation (R&I) Unit of the University. He has taught various courses in Economics at undergraduate and Postgraduate levels.

Before engaging in full time lecturing, he was one of the pioneer staff of United Bank for Africa (UBA) Cameroon and served the bank in various capacities.

He had served Polyclinic Bonanjo as the Human Resources Officer for three years.

He is the Founder and Promoter of Global Association for Sustainable Development (GASD) — a rural based CSO that fights rural poverty.

Dr.Cornelius who is an apt Coordinator and Organizer is also an advocate for the restoration of the independence of the Former Southern Cameroons. He is the Under-Secretary of State of the Department of Economy & Finance for the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Apart from being a legal resident in Nigeria, he is also UNHCR registered Assylum Seeker in Nigeria. On January 5, 2018 Cornelius and 11 others were abducted at gun point from NERA Hotel, Alex Ekwueme street, Jabi Abuja, Nigeria for no crime committed and subsequently they were repatriated to La Republique de Cameroun on January 25, 2018 under unexplained circumstances..

Following an abusive court hearing that violated all their rights to a fair trial, on August 20 2019, Cornelius and his nine compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million. Currently, Cornelius and 9 of his compatriots are detained in Kondengui ‘Prison Principale, Yaounde, Cameroun. He is married with 3 children.

Dr. Kimeng Henry

Who Is Dr Kimeng Henry T?

He is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering , Department of Civil Engineering, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, Nigeria (A.B.U, Zaria).

He was born on 12th of July 1967 at Alabukam Mankon to Mrs Agnes Gije Kimeng (late) and late Ta Fai Ngakonfor (nee Kimeng Jonas Ndi) who was a sub chief in Mbaa, Nwangri village in Donga/Mantung county, Southern Cameroon province.

He is married to Dr Florence Azie Mbuh who holds a PhD in Microbiology from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria and Doctor of Medicine(MD) from Windsor University School of Medicine St. Kitts.

They are blessed with a 19 year old son Brian T. Kimeng a final year student in the Department of Architecture A.B.U., Zaria.

Dr. Kimeng is an erudite scholar and teacher and has published several papers in local and international journals and conference proceedings. He has also won several prizes and awards for his reseach works.

Holcim International Switzerland awarded him and some colleagues a prize for their research work on recycled Agricultural waste for producing particle boards in 2011 and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria followed up in 2012 recognising him as one of their outstanding researchers in the past 50 years during the Golden Jubilee celebration of the University. As a Consultant Engineer, he has consulted for several organisations and designed and built large buildings, cities and roads all over Nigeria.

He has also consulted for National Space Research and Development Agency Abuja Nigeria, Abucons Zaria, Gamji Nigeria Ltd among many other firms. As a Philanthropist, he has provided scholarships, financial assistance and help to many students from Southern Cameroons, Nigeria, Chad, Niger, Liberia and other countries.

He also led the campaign in 2017 to create awareness for the Southern Cameroonians who were plundered, robbed and chased from their homeland into exile in neighbouring Nigeria by the brutal La Republique du Cameroun Gendermes. He provided them with financial assistance, accommodation, and food to those he visited in the refugee camps.

In 2017 he was nominated the Coordinator of Southern Cameroons Refugees in Nigeria and with the Health and Social Services team; he carried out the assignment diligently and faithfully.

He was abducted together with 11 other Southern Cameroonian Leaders on January 5th 2018 by a group of armed men at Nera Hotels garden Abuja Nigeria and detained in a bunker at Defense Information Agency (D.I.A) Abuja.

They were later moved by night in a military cargo plane and kept incomunicado for 6 months without access to sunlight. They were later allowed 30 minutes of access to sunlight and family on a few days for 4 months.

Following an abusive court hearing that violated all their rights to a fair trial, on August 20 2019, Dr Kimeng and his nine compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million. Presently they are in Kondengui Principal maximum security prison Yaounde Cameroon.

He had just completed a tour of the refugee camps in Cross River and Akwa Ibom States where on behalf of the Interim Government he organised Christmas and New Year parties with Ambazonian Refugee Kids in various camps.

His neighbours, friends, students, colleagues, and the entire Southern Cameroon Communities in Zaria and elsewhere miss him greatly. Join our teams of sympathizers all over the world to request for their unconditional release.

Cheh Awasum Augustine


Prof. Cheh Augustine Awasum was born on 4th May 1968 in Bamenda, Mezam County in the Southern Cameroons, into the family of Camillus Ndanji Awasum (late) and Anastasia Ngwe Awasum.

Prof. Awasum is an erudite Scholar, Researcher, Professor of Surgery in the Department of Veterinary Surgery and Diagnostic Imaging at the ABU, Zaria, Nigeria. He holds a PhD and Masters in Surgery and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM).

Masters in several other disciplines: International Affairs, Diplomacy, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice and PostGraduat Diploma in Education. Head, Surgery Unit VTH, Postgraduate

Coordinator and Member of the University Senate.

He is a FELLOW and Instructor in the College of Veterinary Surgeons Nigeria.

He rose through the ranks from registrar, to Principal Consultant Surgeon. A visiting scholar and Chief

External Examiner to several universities national and international.

Member, several Departmental, faculty, university and national Research Committees including the World Bank sponsored research on Neglected Tropical Diseases. His novelty is the use of Monti’s mathematics in graft surgery.

He has contributed over 110 articles in peer-reviewed journals, conferences proceedings and seminar at both national and international levels. He has co-authored several chapters in books/manuals in surgery.

His achievements earned him informal commendations from the then Executive Chairman of the Nigerian Petroleum Trust Funds (PTF) now President M. Buhari and from the Former Head of State of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Gen. Yakubu Gowon Rtd. Also he has been cited in 2002 in WHO-IS-WHO in Veterinary Surgery from across the African continent. Besides a surgeon, he elucidated animals as the forgotten Victims of insurgencies and war.

He is a recipient of several awards especially from Civil Societies for his community servantship in the aspects of environmental health, public health, and Philanthropy. An activist at 17 years, involved in party politics and the struggle for the emancipation of the Southern Cameroonians as a High School student.

He has been President and leader of several sociopolitical and human rights advocacy groups, student unions and civil societies. Alongside 11 others, he was abducted, detained at the Defence Intelligence Agency (DIA), Nigeria, illegally transported to La Republique du Cameroun and held in solitary confinement at the maximum prison detention at SED.

November 22nd, 2018 moved to the Kondengui maximum principal prison, Yaoundé Lrc. Charged on January 10th, to the Yaoundé military tribunal.

Following several abusive court hearings in violation of the rights to a fair trial, on August 20 2019, He and his nine compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million. He is a registered Asylum seeker with UNHCR in Nigeria. He is married and father of one.

Barrister Eyambe Elias

Who is Barrister Eyambe Elias?

He was born on 19 July 1969 in Manyemen to Nzonguty Joseph (Deseased) and of Nzonguty Anne Babi.

Attended Government Primary School Kumba, where he obtained the First School Leaving Certificate. Proceeded to Presbyterian High School Kumba and Cameroon College of Arts and Science Kumba, where he obtained the GCE Ordinary and Advanced Level Certificates respectively.

He later proceeded to the University of Yaoundé and obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Law. Upon graduation from the university of Yaoundé, Barrister Eyambe joined The Monono & Eyombo Law Firm as a para legal, (aspiring as an advocate, Advocate in Training and as an Advocate.

Called to the Cameroon Bar Association as an Advocate in Training in 1996 and as a fully fledge Lawyer in 1999.

He is founding member of the Meme Lawyers Association, where he served in various capacities until he became it’s President in October 2016.

Barrister has trained a good number of lawyers and para legals, who have been called to various Bar Associations or works in various international organizations around the world.

As a lawyer Barrister Eyambe took interest in Human Rights advocacy and was involved in pro bono advocacy.

He established The Eyambe-Ebai Law Chambers in Kumba in 2001 and was it’s managing partner till his escape to Nigeria in January 2017, following persecution and attempts to his life by the government of La Republic du Cameroun for his political opinion for the self determination of the people of Southern Cameroons (a.k.a Ambazonia).

He was the Ambassador to the African Union (AU) of Southern Cameroons Governing Council (SCACUF). He was also appointed Ambassador to the AU and Africa by the Interim Government Southern cameroon.

He was abducted from NERA Hotel Abuja Nigeria alongside 11 others on January 5, 2018.

Following an abusive court hearing that violated all their rights to a fair trial, on August 20 2019, he and his nine (9) compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million. He is presently languishing in jail in Kondengui, Yaounde Cameroun. He is married with 4 boys.

Egbe-Ngu Ntui Ogork


Dr Egbe Ogork was born on March 3, 1964 to the family of Pa Samuel Ntui Ogork and Mrs Lucy Ntoh Ogork (both deceased) at Ekwelle village, Eyumojock LGA, in Manyu County of Southern Cameroon.

Dr. Egbe Ogork Ntui is an Associate Professor of Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering, Bayero University Kano Nigeria.

He has trained and graduated many students at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels. He was the Departmental Postgraduate Coordinator for three years before his abduction on January 5, 2018 at Nera Hotel in Abuja Nigeria. He has also held other positions in the department and in the Faculty of Engineering.

He is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE) and also a member of Materials Society of Nigeria (MMSN). He has been the President and Patron of many Associations including, the Southern Cameroon Community in Nigeria Kano Chapter.

He is also an adviser for Justice and Peace Committee of St. Peter Catholic Church Janguza military Barracks Kano, Nigeria. He is an Advocate for the Self Determination of Southern Cameroons. He is married to a Nigerian,Chinyere Ogork and has one child.

Following an abusive court hearing that violated all their rights to a fair trial, on August 20 2019, he and his nine compatriots were illegally sentenced to life imprisonment and fined $525 million.

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