Eastern Lyoa Conflict

Eastern Lyoa Conflict
Part of Lyoan Armed Conflict
HRM fighters.jpg
Rebels of the HRM pictured in 2018.
Eastern Lyoa


  • Several rebel factions demobilize.
  • Defeat of Cantoan secession.
  • Rise of Islamist armed movements.
  • Formation of the NCLOF
  • Continued insurgency.

Lyoa Flag.png Lyoa

Supported by:

NCLOF Logo.PNG National Coalition of Lyoan Opposition Forces (2017-Present)

Creeperopolis Creeperian Government-in-Exile (2020-Present)
Lyoan Revolutionary Movement (2018-Present)
Islamic Front (2010-2020)
Allied Republican Forces (2006-Present)
HRM Flag.png Holy Resistance Movement (2012-Present)
Supported by:
Lyoa Flag.png Lyoa (alleged, denied)
CreeperopolisCreeperopolis (alleged, denied)
United Self-Defense Movement (2014-Present) ex-Democratic Army of Lyoa (2003-2006)
Ntuganda Group (2003-2009)
Republic of Cantoa (2009) Lyoa Flag.png Tulossa loyalists (2003-Present)
Commanders and leaders
Lyoa Flag.png Kemoh Foday (from 2012)
Lyoa Flag.png Joseph Kyundu (to 2012)
Lyoa Flag.png Marcil Yantanda (to 2006)
NCLOF Logo.PNG August Yakata (NCLOF commander)
Creeperopolis Antonio Gisbert Alcabú (PGRCE President)
Jacob Ntiba (LRM commander)
William Ntuganda (Ntuganda Group commander)
Alar Bido (IF commander)
Jamusa Bakal (ARF commander)
Yanori Amukah (President of Cantoa)
Vincent Okalo (HRM commander)
>100,000 LNDF personnel ~3,200 (NCLOF)
~1,100 (LRM)
~250 (Ntuganda Group, 2007)
~400 (IF)
~200 (ARF)
~1,500 (Cantoa, 2009)
~100 (HRM)
Casualties and losses
Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
  • Note: Casualty figures are hard to accurately determine due to lack of information.

The Eastern Lyoa Conflict is a war in Lyoa that began immediately after the end of the Lyoan Civil War in 2003.