See vision, mission and objectives and history of the Bank of Ambazonia.
The Bank is 100 percent owned by the People of Ambazonia.
These are financial papers issued by the Bank of Ambazonia to the general public, meant to raise funds to prosecute the struggle for the restoration of the sovereignty of the Southern Cameroons – Ambazonia.
The price of one AF bond is $1 or its equivalence when the purchase is out of the USA.
The minimum quantity one is required to buy is 250 bonds. There is no maximum quantity. A person can buy as many as (s)he desires.
Different types of bonds types are available for sale, proceeds from sales will be fund different sectors of our independence quest.
– Defence Bonds
– Diplomatic Bond
– Humanitarian Bond
The cost and process of purchase of all these bonds are the same, the only difference is that funds will be used specifically for designated purposes.
The benefits of buying many bonds include discount prices and better returns and recognition when the bonds mature when we reach Buea.
Yes. One could buy in instalments and interest starts counting from the date of purchase of first $250.
The interest rate is 20% per annum starting from the date of purchase. The interest accumulated over the years will be paid upon maturity of the bonds.
The AFB is tied to the wealth of Ambazonia and its people. As such, once the restoration is attained, any government in place will ensure full payment of principal and accumulated interest.
All investors in AFB will indicate at least 2 beneficiaries in order of priority. Also, the contact details provided on the account opening form will help the government locate the next of kin at maturity of the bonds if the need arises.
Yes. But only persons above 17 years will redeem them, otherwise their parents will still act on their behalf.
For referrals discount prices will apply for bulk purchases. Please contact your county representative.
No. They can’t be transferred except to the next of kin, in which case all terms and conditions still apply.
All bonds are numbered and tied to the purchaser’s name. In case of reported losses, they are replaced and the old ones destroyed. In addition, the bonds are electronically preserved.
No. The bonds are electronically recorded, only proper identification of the bondholder is very necessary for redemption.
No. Bond holder’s information is treated confidentially and will never be made public except the law so demands.
The major risk that may pose is that of unforeseen inflation and a depreciation of the dollar.
The AFB mature five years after our return to an independent Buea.