By Elmer Lunga in Southern Cameroons territory
The people of Lebialem Division in the South West Region of Southern Cameroons have again accused Hon. Bernard Foju of betrayal. Some elites are reported to have reminded Hon. Foju that “no man however great can win judgment against his people”.
The Southern Cameroons National Council is already in crisis following the build up to the historic general assembly meeting in Kumba, the chief town in Meme Division. Disunity has brought its ugly head inside the body at a very delicate time in the history of Southern Cameroons vis-a-vis La Republique. Reports say Nfor Nfor has raised a finger that he is not aware of the Kumba meeting with some leading members of the North West Region vowing “they will not accept another South Westerner as National Chairman of the SCNC".
Chairman Ni John Fru Ndi has finally accepted that his days are over at the head of the Social Democratic Front. Mr Fru Ndi was quoted as saying he is no longer ready to lead street demonstrations. Fru Ndi’s declaration supports Cameroon Concord’s position that the SDF revolution is now a thing of the past.
The president of La Republique du Cameroun Mr Paul Biya has ordered his Prime Minister Yang Philemon who hails from the Southern Cameroons territory to reduce the expenses of his numerous Francophone Beti-Ewondo cabinet ministers who are squandering state funds in the name of running their ministerial departments.
The villagers of Botaland have dragged their ruler Chief Peter Mbella to court for misappropriating land given to the inhabitants by CDC.
Petit Pays alias Turbo has threatened to chase Nigerian musicians from La Republique. The artist expressed his disappointment with the type of treatment given to foreign musicians while local artists are being despised.
The manager of La Republique’s football national team that has only one Southern Cameroonian footballer has gone for 5 months without salary. Volker Finke has threatened to quit the job and return to his native Bundes Republik Deutschland.
The spokesman for the government of La Republique Issa Tchiroma has been pleading with local media in both Southern Cameroons and La Republique to acclaim the Biya-CPDM terrorism bill.
A Roman Catholic Revered Father whose name the Southern Cameroons report is leaving out due to pressure from the Chairman and CEO of Cameroon Concord has said that “Catholic teachers are highest paid” in both Southern Cameroons and La Republique.
Some Southern Cameroons media outlets have reported that the Paul Biya’s Emergency Plan signals the end of Yang Philemon as Prime Minister and Head of Government of La Republique.