According to New Telegrapgh, the Cameroonian refugees who are worried by the repatriation of leaders of the ‘Ambazonia’ separatist group, have pleaded with the government of Nigeria not to be sent back home.
The reports reveal that the refugees spoke at Bashua community in Boki Local Government Area of the state at the weekend while receiving relief materials from an NGO, St. Rita organisation, which comprises St. Rita Heroes Lifeline Foundation and St. Rita Multipurpose Cooperative Society.
Speaking on behalf of the refugees, Ogar Benedict Ayamba, a native of Bodam community in Akwaya sub-division of Cameroon, said the extradition of their leaderswasgivingthem sleepless nights.
“We appreciate our host communities, the state and federal government for all their kind gestures and we thank President Muhammadu Buhari for allowing us to be in Nigeria. Our main problem is that since our leaders were extradited to Cameroon, we are now living in fear that we may be asked to also leave.”