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Southern Cameroons News Summary: Issa Hayatou, Nsam fire disaster, Biya's mother-in-law, Barrister Sama

Issa Hayatou has embarked on a project aimed at keeping the presidency of the African Football Confederation for life. Like his FIFA boss Sepp Blatter, the Cameroonian football dictator does not intend to step down from the leadership of CAF.

Some Kumba city council workers are reported to have stolen spare parts of heavy machines that belong to the council.

Media reports in Southern Cameroons say there is a new face and new spirit in the Bar Council since the emergence of the great Ntumfor Halle Nico. A new terminology has also been coined to describe the situation. It is “The Nicoism Spirit”.

17 years after the Nsam fire disaster, the ruling CPDM crime syndicate has honoured Nsam victims who died stealing petrol. A monument has been erected in honour of the disaster.

A legal mind deep within the Fako constituency for the first time ever since the arrest of Chief Inoni,has openly lamented what he described as the “phoney silence of Fako political elite”.

The DO of Balikumbat used his killer punches in an open dwell with the Mayor in front of an off license bar- all because of a girl friend.

President Biya’s late mother-in-law is now been described as “one corpse, three state funerals”.

Citizens of La Republique du Cameroun are divided over the fate of Volker Finke after two poor outings in Brazil and Equatorial Guinea.

Pirates or Boko Haram—But some people attacked Bakassi, killed a Cameroonian policeman and abducted the police commissioner.

Some pro Barrister Sama Francis comedians now claim that the new Bar Council president is marginalising Anglophones.

 

 

 

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