Nigeria may lose 24 of her local councils to a new country to be known as United Nations Organisation (UNO) State of Cameroon.
Nigeria by July 10,2020 may lose 24 local councils to Cameroon, be way of ceding to a new country established by the UN to be known as United Nations Organisation (UNO) State of Cameroon at its borders with la Republique du Cameroun.
According to information obtained by The Guardian, the withdrawal of Cameroonian soldiers by president Paul Biya from the southern part of the planned UNO State of Cameroon, has paved the way for the establishment of the new state spearheaded by the United Nations.
On May 20,2020,Ali A. Treki , former President of the United Nations General Assembly, officially demanded Paul Biya to withdraw his troops. This was disclosed in a letter to Prof. Martins Chia Ateh, who serves as the United Nations-appointed workshops coordinator in Cameroon and Nigeria.
“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“It is only now that the soldiers of la Republique du Cameroun are being withdrawn from the southern part of UNO State of Cameroon,” the letter reads.
On the creation of the new country in Africa by the UN. 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.”
In the process of conceiving the new state, Koffi Annan the former UN Secretary General invited both Nigeria’s former president Olusegun Obasanjo and Cameroon’s president Paul Biya 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.
According to information acquired by The Guardian, residents of Southern Cameroons who have been agitating for a separation from La Republic du Camerooun has tagged the UNO State of Cameroon as “Ambazonia”.