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Friday, September 21, 2018

Secessionist leaders at loggerheads for 25 million deal

Meanwhile Eric Tataw vowed to drag the suspects to justice. issues 10 days ultimatum to hand over the money or face legal action,".

They are Chris Anu, Cho Ayaba, John Akuroh, Eric Tataw and Boh Herbert.

This is our colleague Current Challenges in its edition from September 17 to September 19, 2018 that speaks of this case. The summit of those who want the division of Cameroon is no longer heard.He is splashed by a story of misappropriation of money.

What is problem in the camp Ambazoniens is the management of 45 000 US dollars about 25 million CFA francs. Our colleague indicates that these funds were collected during a march organized by the secessionist movement at the end of August 2018 in the United States. "Basically this money was to be used for" emergency relief efforts, "supporters of secession say," the paper writes.

The secessionist leaders residing abroad already had forecasts for the money collected. Current Challenges reports that Chris Anu secretary of communication of the republic of ambazonia in a video said it had been agreed "to use this money as a team to buy specific items for the returning population" .

In this same video, he claims that the leaders of the secessionist movement "siphon funds for their personal enrichment." The newspaper reports that he "specifically quoted a certain Mancho Aaron who" took more than $ 20,000 in checks and deposited it into a personal account ".

Chris Anuh points out that John Mbah Akuroh is not at all honest. "For the short duration of this struggle, he (Akuroh) has never been a person able to tell the truth. If he were, he would not have been able to deny openly that the leaders of the group had agreed to share the funds from the fundraising in Washington DC, "says the secretary of communication of the imaginary republic of Ambazonia.

Our colleague informs us that one of the activists of the secession movement Eric Tataw thinks to drag the suspects to justice. "The latter gave the leaders 10 days from September 11, 2018 to hand over the money or face legal action," the paper writes.