Detained Consortium President,Dr. Barr. Nkongho Felix Agbor-Balla
Cameroon Civil Society Consortium President Barrister Agbor Nkongho Félix currently detained and to be tried for trumped up charges in a military court in Yaoundé by the 35 years old regime is being considered for a Ministerial post by the President of the Republic of Cameroun, according to the National telegraph CEO -Eric Tataw.
Citing a very reliable source at the Presidency of the Republic of Cameroon National Telegraph reports that 85 years old Biya plans to reshuffle his cabinet in the days ahead.
Barrister Agbor Balla who also moonlight as the vice president of African bar Association, Fako lawyers Association would be appointed to the strategic position of Deputy Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic of Cameroon.
National Telegraph also reported that Biya plans on instructing the immediate release of the former UN staff (Barrister Agbor Nkongho Félix Balla) on bail just before his appointment .
The human rights lawyer would replace another Anglophone from the South West Region Peter Agbor Tabi who died late 2016.Both men hail from the Manyu Division and since Prof. Agbor Tabi demise last year the post is still currently vacant.
The regime seems to have run short of ideas and Agbor Nkongho Félix’s bail and subsequent appointment is the Biya’s new strategy to foil the Anglophone resistance.
The same source indicates that for the first time ever for the more than 57 years together, an Anglophone might also be appointed to either the Ministry of Finance(MINFI) or Territorial Administration and Decentralization(MINATD).
Alafnet.com wonders of the President of the consortium will accept such and offer when his immediate next in command in the current Anglophone movement Tassang Wilfred in an address to all former British Cameroonians world wide on February 10th said the consortium stands have changed from federation to Independence.
Some observers have warned that such a decision by the French to appoint Balla will be a wast of time. It is expected that the Barrister wouldn’t accept such a betrayal because he understands it is a peoples problem and the people who have so far stood steadfast with their resistance this far have to decide in a Referendum whether to continue leaving as slaves in an illegal marriage with former French Cameroons or control their own destiny.
By Hillman Muntang