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Cameroon: New DO installed in Batibo

The State Of Cameroon in contention installed an Interim Sub Divisional officer by name Ernest Kwanzeh. The former Sub Divisional Officer Mr. Namata Marcel Diteng was whisked off from the grand stand in Batibo on the 11 th of February 2018 during the Youth Day celebration. Strangely accompanying the Governor and other Senior Divisional Officers, was the Prime Minister,Philemon Yang.


What was the role of the Prime Minister, Governor in the installation of a Sub Divisional officer? The Prime Minister, Philemon Yang has during this crisis dragged that ministerial portfolio into murky waters. Being manipulated and abusively used, has been demeaning to his person and personality. It's overwhelmingly shocking and ridiculous that the Governor of the purported North West Region, Mr. Adolf Lele Afrique , should be seeking for collaboration with the aggrieved, battered, maimed, illicitly kidnapped, illegally incarcerated people of Batibo.

The scouts of LA Republique Du Cameroun can't get even cold water to drink anywhere in the Southern Cameroon's because they are seen as enemies. Mr. Governor that appeal went to the wrong people and to wrong ears. The people of Southern Cameroon's aren't terrorist and must stop being illegally haunted down as terrorist. Even the Internal community now calls the struggle as a separatist movement and not secessionists because no union treaty exist anywhere.


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