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Former Mayor of Buea, Senator Mbela Moki Charles, whose elevation to the higher powers of Yaounde was greeted with joy by a majority of Anglophones has lashed out at his successor calling him an Academic terrorists.Patrick Ekema Esunge stole the spotlight during the installation of Ngomo Horace Manga and Ako Edward Oben as Vice and Pro Chancellor of UB respectively when he was jeered for entering the prestigious institution through the back door, haven failed his A levels.

Senator Mbela acknowledges academic fraudsters as terrorists and questioned why the youths didn’t request the Mayor to be escorted out of the ceremony.He further explained that no fraudster is to be granted any courtesy to mount a high stage in a place like UB.

Additionally, he questioned leading authorities of Buea for locking up Barrister Balla and Fontem but couldn’t arrest the said fraudster. It is no doubt that the legacy left behind by Senator Mbela has been completely ruined by his successor whose reign has been marked by violence.

The mayor has once been involved in a case of adultery where naked photos of him and his mistress stormed the social media. He has also been involved in a case of gun assault and brutalization involving fellow citizens. Ekema Patrick was the 1st Deputy Mayor of Mbella Moki but the pair became foes following

All eyes on this one, as the masses look up to see the reaction of his godmother Dorothy L. Njeuma, former Vc of UB, who granted him admission.


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