Top Government officials of the 34 years regime of President Paul Biya are smuggling their families out of English-speaking regions of Cameroon.
The move is a plan by the regime in a bid by military and Government to force Anglophone parents to send their innocent children to school on Monday.
An insider in the Biya’s regime hinted that most D.Os,SDOs, Gendarmes and police commissioners have already moved their families from West Cameroon to French speaking Cameroon so that should there be any fail of their forceful attempt to make schools reopen, they will activate their plan B which is genocide safely without harming any of their own.
The People of Bali-Nyonga attest that their commissioner’s family has disappeared into thin air and information has reached that they are hiding in Yaoundé.
The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium called on Ambazonians to be on alert and stay indoors during the sit in and ghost towns of Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday respectively.
The Consortium warns,that the oppressor is hovering around like a hungry lion, ready to feed on the souls of the innocent.
In a joint statement this morning,Mark Bareta and Tapang Ivo seating in for the Consortium rebuke rumour that the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium President Barrister Agbor Nkongho Félix and Dr Fontem Neba have been released.Here in;
“Barrister Agbor Balla and Dr. Fontem Neba have not been released. Rumours going round is from the government so as to fool us. Please remember that Tapang Ivo and Mark Bara are interim leaders of the consortium and we have direct links back home. Therefore if we have not said something in line with the struggle don’t believe it. A lot of detractors want to derail us. As it stands the strike continues indefinitely, Mondays and Tuesdays every week shall be Ghost towns.
Meanwhile we have earlier announced that Mancho BBC our hero was arrested late at midnight at his girl friend residence.
Just stay tuned for minutes by minutes update.
For the Consortium.
By Evangeline Sih for alafnet.com
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