Cameron says that he makes the army vibrant in the northern border of the country, after the new attacks by Nigerian and Western English speaking regions, by Boko Haram in the north and by separatists in the West.
Cameron's military forces call the army to gather the main ship in its headquarters in the yayoude.
Defense Chief of Staff Lieutenant-General Rene Claude Macca said 2019 will see Cameron's combat for national unity and territorial integrity.
He said that he has reunited the army at all the troubleshooting places. Nigerian-based Islamic militant group Boko Haram recruits fighters in Cameroon and attacks our northern border, Macca said. Meanwhile, separatists fighting to form an English-speaking state have recruited tenants from neighboring countries to make Cameron unstable.
Cameron's army says there is a resurgence of Boko Haram on its northern border with Nigeria. It reports five attacks in this month's border and lake Chad Basin.
Soldiers canceled the Boko Haram assault in a report last week that three people were killed in photocal border city.
Separatists fighting in two English-speaking areas of Cameron in the northwest and southwestern regions also became intensified. The army said that at least 45 rebels were killed in the first three weeks of the year. Separatists say they are killing soldiers.
Although these numbers can not be independently verified, the villagers have recently confirmed that the fight has increased.
Seventeen year old Elgue Null said that three children were killed in a heavy battle around the southwest of Buia and they could not find her husband.
She said that the Catholic Church's Hospital Ambulance helped her and four other women in the war between Cameron's military and separatists.
Separatists demanding an independent English-speaking state are accused of attempting to kidnap and kill and make their territories unconstitutional.
Defense Minister Joseph Betty Asomo said that President Paul Bia had ordered the army on the eastern border of Cameron. He said that criminal activity over spill over fighting in the Central African Republic has increased.
"2019 is not a bed of roses. We will continue with different operations in the North, Northwest and Southwest Territories, where there is a special activity re-activation in the area of Adamawa where the criminals will be privileged to abduct the abusers and request ransom." Said.
Isaac Sam is a political analyst at the Cameron Peace and Development Center. He said that the army's arrangements to fight foreign invaders are justified, the government should try to negotiate with separators.
Sama said every time the army attacked the rebels, more and more civilians were displaced by the fight.
"We have practical conditions of people actually killed and then those who are in the trees, they are in bad condition. They have no access."
Cameron says that in 2016 a fight broke out with separatists, more than 1,200 people were killed and nearly a quarter million displaced.