Thursday, 1 February 2018

Go, fix Cameroun's invasion of Boki, commentator Utsu slams change agent Odok

Efio-Ita Nyok|1 February 2018 

Mr Simon Utsu a social commentator has tasked Mr Joseph Odok acclaimed social change agent over the Camerounian invasion of Boki (Odok's hometown) in Nigeria NegroidHaven can say. 

Utsu who was obviously taunting Odok asked the latter to direct his activism to Cameroun which was in dire need of his humanitarian services. Utsu particularly said, 'Joseph Odok where are you? Isn't this your village? If I be Ayade I for just kukuma dash Cameroun your village make you go dey fight Paul Biya. Southern Cameroon is badly in need of activists. Lol.' 

In response, controversial Odok said he had addressed that subject, even taking it up with the Senator representing Cross River State Central Senatorial district, John Owan-Enoh who in turn addressed the floor of the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. His words, 'Simon Utsu this is not the first time,  when it first happened, I took up the matter and Senator John Owan Enoh moved the motions in the Senate and visited the community, I challenged the house of Assembly members. Ayade did nothing, Fayose is taking steps to protect his people before even the federal government. 

'Yes many security issues are not solved speedily by the federal government. Has Ayade taken any step? Ortom raised alarm that attracted the federal government to Benue,  what has Ayade done with security votes. Please I am not the governor of Cross River State, abi you wan make I talk so that they send their cult boys t kill me?', he concluded. 

It will be recalled that recently it was reported in the news that 80 Camerounian paramilitary troops invades Danare community in Boki LGA of Cross River State, Nigeria. This is not unconnected with the Anglophone - southern Camerounian and Francophone-northern Camerounian crisis. 

It seems to me that Odok hasn't spoken enough concerning the Camerounian crisis. 

International development consultant, Princewill Odidi, has queried the extradition of Sisiku Julius Tabe Ayuk by the Nigerian government to Cameronian authorities. See how he captured it in his 'Our Brothers from another mother' thread on social media. 

'Is the Nigerian state right to have deported Comrade Ayuk Tabe, the anglophone separatist leader back to cameroon yesterday Monday from Abuja? I strongly condemn the actions of the government on the matter.

'The sit tight dictator of Cameroon has been in power for more than four decades. His regime has been very oppressive. He has killed an imprisoned some of our brothers of Ejagham  extraction on the other side of the boarder. 

'As the killings has been going on, some of our Brothers, mothers and children from Southern cameroon  have sought refuge in some Ikom and Boki villages as refugees. The least we can do is to protect them.

'Last week we got word that Cameroonian soldiers violated Nigeria's territorial integrity to attack the camps. To our greatest surprise the Nigerian government made no public comment on the matter. 

'The Nigerian state and Nigerian government may not be willing to assist people of southern cameroun, but to some of us from Ikom and Boki and the Ejagham nation in general, we cannot pretend that all is well. To some of us, the actions of the federal government of nigeria to have deported Comrade Ayuk Tabe and his group to their oppressors in cameroon is highly condemnable. We are a democracy in Nigeria, our foreign policy in Africa should strive to promote democratic rule and freedom of speech and assembly in the region. 

'We stand on the side of justice, we call for a revisit of the 1961 plebiscite that ceded our Brothers who we share the same language and culture to cameroun. If the plebiscite cannot be revisited, we request that the rights of Cameroonian english minorities be respected and call on the federal government of nigeria and the United Nations to provide a temporary protective status to refugees in the southern boarder. 

'If we Must Act, it is now! Southern Cameroon must be free. The Ejagham nation must be liberated!'

Efio-Ita Nyok
Is a Blogger, the Editor-in-Chief & Publisher of NegroidHaven 

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