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The weird Barrister Achu Julius may soon be left alone in the cold

More light has been shed  on the news that rocked the media late last week; that a certain consortium of two parents were dragging the Bishops, Fathers, Sisters and Principals of the Catholic Church to court. The clarification came thanks to Colonel Tamambang Simon Nche who has washed his hands from the consortium of two parents. He says he is not connected in any way to the consortium and that he has never contacted any lawyer or bailiff to initiate any court action against the servants of God.

Although light has been shed on the issue, more questions have surfaced in the minds of many Anglophone Cameroonians concerning the matter.

Who then is Barrister Achu Julius and what will become of the ‘one parent left’ consortium?

Pundits say Barrister Achu Julius is simply a hungry Cameroonian who may have been driven by greed and selfishness to yield in to the devices of the evil one by accepting to be the defending lawyer of the said consortium.

Many foresee that the starving Barrister may soon have no other person in the consortium to defend on court day.

However, critics say the career of hungry Barrister Achu Julius may suffer simply because of the stance he took against his own people in the middle of a liberation struggle.

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