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Newspaper Publisher Receives 7Million To Fake "SONEL Story" On Ambazonia President.

It was a complete scene of hugger-mugger at the Biteng, Yaounde residence of one of LR's Minister. National Telegraph, Cameroon's best Investigative Newspaper has gathered unparalleled facts of an argument that occurred between a Minister in Biya's government whose name has been withheld for professional reasons and the the Publisher of Reperes Newspaper.

According to our very reliable source, the newspaper had published on her front page that the President of Ambazonia, Sissiku Ayuk Tabe Julius embezzled 250million during his time at AES SONEL, present ENEO. Our source however hinted that the Publisher was rather corrupted by the said Minister.

According to reports, the newspaper had received over 7million as advance to do the sabotage job and was expected to receive a balance of 2.1million and a Toyota Yaris. National Telegraph gathered that it was only until Friday October 6, 2017 that the secret leaked after the Minister postponed the payment of the balance. It's even alleged that the Minister refused paying the balance on the grounds that what the Publisher had received is enough.

According to our source, a confrontation would later occur between the Publisher and the negotiator of the sabotage deal, with each blaming the other of double-crossing. As we write, the newspaper publisher out of frustration has warned the Minister of a rejoinder should his balance not be paid in full and within a week.

As Eric Tataw, Founding Director, Publisher and Editor-in-chief of the venerated National Telegraph, I call on Essoka Peter, President of the National Communication Council to investigate and sanction this act of Journalism Mumbo Jumbo.

It should be noted that Sissiku Ayuk Tabe Julius had dragged AES SONEL to court at the time for unlawful and arbitrary dismissal. Meanwhile, other professionals have condemned the act of the Publisher to have published a fake story just to sabotage Sissiku Ayuk Tabe Julius. It should be noted that Reperes Newspaper is originally owned by Richard Touna of blessed memory.

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