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Government Embraces Forgery;
Some gov't insiders have hinted senior journalist Akuroh John Mbah  that plans hatched to misrepresent the press releases of the Anglophone Consortium have been executed and a Photoshop version of the last press release has been compromised.

The fake press release purports that Members of the Consortium have called off the strike and urged parents, teachers and students to ensure schools reopen on Monday the 9th of January, 2017 in the North West and the South West regions.

Akuroh John talked with officials of the Consortium who are currently meeting somewhere in West Cameroon and the President- Agbor Balla and Vice- Tassang Wilfred insisted no press release N0. 13 had been signed since the last one was published. They pointed out categorically that THE STRIKES HAVE NOT BEEN SUSPENDED, noting that CLASSES SHALL NOT RESUME on Monday and the Day MUST be observed as a GHOST TOWN across West Cameroon.

Most importantly, the officials stated that; "THE STRIKES SHALL NEVER BE SUSPENDED BY PRESS RELEASE", holding that "WE SHALL SUSPEND THE STRIKE WHEN NECESSARY ONLY DURING A WIDELY PUBLICIZED PRESS CONFERENCE".

They urged vigilance on the part of the public, particularly parents, students and teachers, as well as lawyers.

All information and press releases of the Consortium can be obtained from the website ca-csc.org or the Facebook page (Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium).

 

 

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