President of Ambazonia disowns Kanu and denies endorsing the Igbo separatist group IPOB


Samuel Sako, the President of Ambazonia, a Cameroonian separatist republic, has denied claims made by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) that he is firmly behind the push for a Biafran Republic.

Sako also denied any ties to IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently incarcerated, or anyone associated with him.

Sako, the leader of the Ambazonian Interim Government, a separatist group agitating for their own country in southern Cameroon, announced this in a zoom meeting on Saturday.

He dismissed reports of an alliance between Ambazonia and IPOB, calling them a “evil deception” meant to sabotage the group’s relationship with the Nigerian government.

“I would like to express my gratitude to the governors of Nigeria’s Cross River, Akwa Ibom, and Taraba states, who have shown our people unparalleled hospitality since the start of this war,” Sako said.

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“I challenge Nigerian civil society and journalists; this is the authority that speaks for the people of Southern Cameroon,” he said.

“We have not endorsed Biafra and will not do so in the future. That is the position we have taken. We recognize the right of people all over the world, including Nigerians, to self-determination under international law.

“The Cameroonian government and the French Secret Service orchestrated the reported alliance between IPOB and the Ambazonian Governing Council to deceive the Nigerian state into an unholy alliance against the legitimate aspiration of the people of Southern Cameroon,” Sako added.

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