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The Anglophone Crisis: once more the Cameroonian military has proven beyond dispute that there are by far worse than scouts. How could the Military take armoured cars to the the bridge at Ekom, a frontier locality with Nigeria.
Professor Ayim hits back. Read and understand.
For the Records and Information to the People:
I love to teach and educate because in education only the truth is said. I say it without mincing words because I have nothing to hide.
1. My wife is not related to Caleche Bongo of the IG as alluded somewhere in desperation. It will be recalled that at one time I was alluded to be related to Millan’s wife, a woman I have never known.
2. Iam not and I repeat not a member of any APNC planning committee and I strongly disclaim any such forced inclusion. I do not support APNC at this time as well.
From the moment when political opportunist found out that our people favored Self-Defense over the platitudes con men had been feeding them about their liberation being only a matter of marching in the streets and allowing LRC to mow them down in the hundreds and thousands so that their body count will force “saviors” from the UN to come and free them, the issue of kidnapping and ransoming has become a scourge in this liberation struggle.
The son of Liberia's ex-president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, an ex-central bank governor and current bank official were charged with economic sabotage late on Monday after investigations uncovered evidence of possible malpractice by the regulator.
Nigeria has accused Cameroon of violating UN Protocols after Cameroon expelled Nigerian refugees fleeing Boko Haram back to Nigeria. Nigeria violated the same Protocols when they kidnapped Ambazonia leaders and renditioned them to Cameroun where they are standing trial in a Kangaroo military tribunal. Biya has just paid Buhari back in his own coins, and Nigeria is threatening retaliation which puts the Anglophone refugees in Nigeria in jeopardy.
Guinness Cameroun, local subsidiary of Diageo, increased the prices of its products on March 4. Prices grew by XAF50 for all products expect the Harp brand of 30 CL.