Weakly South West CPDM Elites Succumb To Governor Okalia Bilai’s Threats, Rush Home To Tame Their Ambazonian Dogs

South West Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, one of Biya’s administrative lapdogs, last Sunday, September 24, barked over CRTV’S flagship programme, Cameroon Calling, threatening that Anglophone protesters will meet blood thirsty security forces if they dare to take to the streets and repeat what they did on Friday, September 22.

The indolent Governor screamed at Anglophones who parade the corridors of power in Yaounde as elites to rush back to their respective Regions, Divisions, Sub Divisions and Constituencies and chained their dogs called Anglophones before things get out of hand.
It was based on Okalia’s ranting that Biya’s flunkies, led by Peter Mafany Musonge rushed to Buea under the umbrella of Fako Elites and held an extra-ordinary meeting, Condemning all act of vandalism, arson, lawlessness, terrorism, violence and destruction of education and social infrastructures.
They warned that the people of Fako not to confront the police. But Musonge and his CPDM political hand clappers did not cautioned the gun-happy troops from carrying out carnage in Ekona, even though the police were felling Ekona denizens with their bullets in front of them.
They urged the President of the Republic to Hasting up the official agenda for the full implementation of the 1996 Constitution which provide for 10 Decentralise Regions including the South West Region as an autonomous unit. They affirm their stand for no secession and for one united bilingual multicultural indivisible Cameroon.

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