The elite of Manyu Division led by the Minister in Charge of Special Duties at the Presidency of the Republic, Victor Arrey Mengot have laid down a plan to physically eliminate North Westerners who have acquired property and are resident in Manyu.
Mengot, Tabetando, Hon. Mrs Okpu and others have resolved to also destroy the properties acquired by North Westerners in Upper Banyang subdivision in several acres of plantations in revenge for what they call a "graffi" war exported to Manyu to discredit and bar them from occupying juicy positions in Yaounde.
Mengot and other CPDM Elite of Manyu are accusing Prime Minister Philemon Yang and his CPDM cohorts of the North West of sponsoring Cho Ayaba and his ADF Force that was waging attacks against security forces in the North West to transfer their operations to Manyu, so that he, Yang and other "graffi" top guns will maintain their high jobs in government at the detriment of Manyu.
The plan, my informant noted, was crafted after President Paul Biya reportedly expressed disgust at the Manyu elite for being unable to halt the massive killing of security forces in that division.
Biya reportedly expressed open regrets at the death of late Peter Agbor Tabi, outlining emphatically that if Agbor Tabi were alive, Manyu would never have become the bastion of Anglophone resistance.
To give the evil plan flesh, the elite have also agreed to organize themselves village-by-village so as to easily identify the targets and execute them, destroying and looting their property along.
In line with that approach, Hon. Mrs Okpu who is from Kembong has convened the elite of that village to a strategic planning meeting at the OIC premises in Buea this Saturday the 13th of January 2018. The Member of Parliament who has never been heard even once at the National Assembly condemning military brutality on her people aims to mobilize the elite against fellow Anglophones in her village, Kembong.
As the Kembong elite prepare to meet tomorrow, reports indicate that the Tigers of Ambazonia, the ADF and all other self defense groups that have cropped up, have set up means to identify all participants at the meeting in order to hold "private" talks with each of them after the meeting.
Some concerned Manyu elite have expressed disgust at what they consider a "diabolic" plan of self destruction to please a man who "does not care about the common man in Manyu".
This Saturday the 13th of January 2018 is thus a significant day and rendezvous in the life of the struggle for the restoration of the independence of Southern Cameroons.