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Facebook users make fun of Ekema Patrick

The highly controversial CPDM mayor of Buea council has made headlines on the social media over the past few days.

His story on Facebook takes the form of a question in which users were asked to fill in a blank space with the correct answer: “Very soon our history will be like this .Once upon a time, there lived a man call MAYOR EKEMA. He used to carry his taxis all over Buea to disrupt his people’s struggle for liberation. Now he is in k……….”

The blank space provided was filled exclusively with the name KONDENGUI. Their answers seem to pass a message as to the route government ministers in Cameroon or CPDM die-hards are most likely to take when they fall out of favour with Paul Biya. .

Many overzealous militants of the CPDM who never thought of one day getting into Kondengui are today languishing in the dreaded prison. In fact, it seems to be the Habitat where almost all those who were once praise singers to Paul Biya in the likes of the Ekemas take abode.

Pundits say History is not only being read but it is also being written. Mayor Ekema’s history may just have been written in a Facebook post!

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