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October 21, 2020
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Chiroma, Nji of Cameroun to appear before UN Security Council

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC); has summoned Cameroun
Minister of Information, Issa Chiroma and Atanga Nji over alleged
killings of some South Cameroun citizens.

The summoning was disclosed on Sunday; by South Cameroon-Ambazonia
Resistant Front (SC-ARF) in a statement released to journalists in
Maiduguri, the Borno state capital.
The United States (U.S) has also ordered Camerounian President Paul
Biya to pull out the military from Southern Cameroon territory within
72 hours.

An U.S military aircraft has landed last Thursday at one of the
airports of LA du Southern Cameroon.

According to the Front, it demanded for the immediate release of
Sisiku and Mancho, who shall be testifying shortly before the UN
Security Council meeting in New York, U.S.

Meanwhile, President Paul Biya of Cameroun is also being questioned on
the list of military hardware allegedly employed to wipe out some
citizens of Southern Cameroon.

“Atanga Nji and Issa Chiroma have been summoned to join tomorrow’s
(Monday scheduled military flight to attend UN Security Council
meeting,” said the Front in the statement.

In Northeast, Nigeria, 24 Local Government Areas are to be curved out from Borno (five), Adamawa (12) and Taraba (seven) states; for United
Nations Organisation (UNO) State of Cameroon by UN.

The official announcement of new country, by the UN be done on July
10, 2020 with state capital at Bamenda, while international boundary demarcations, be completed end of this month.

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