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Friday, May 10, 2019

Disgraced Southern Cameroons Acting President: Taking the last kicks of a dying horse by Chi Prudence


Former Acting Interim President of The Federal Republic of Ambazonia, Dr Samuel Sako Ikome in a desperate attempt to cling to power is planning to offer a substantial cash inducement to Chairman Kometa to approve his list of cabinet surrogates. The sum has been put together by the so-called Southern Cameroons Gucci Grace Mugabe. Irene Ngwa is widely believed to have caused Dr Sako’s demise. Our correspondent in the USA who contributed to this report hinted that Chairman Kometa is now a caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.

A senior reporter with the Cameroon Intelligence Report observed that Sako and his gang have also harsh a diabolic ploy aim at getting Chairman Kometa replaced with his Vice Mola Wonja if Kometa finally rejects the cash offer.

Wonja Wonja Mbua, a kinsman and a prominent Sako acolyte, is a relatively unknown figure in the Ambazonian revolution with a rudimentary understanding of the geopolitical ramification of the impending decision. He has never been or claimed to be the sharpest tool in the box but possesses a certain confidence that generally goes with ignorance.

All over social media, a member of the Restoration Council, Otto Tiale was seen informing members of the redundant cabinet and their surrogates with eager anticipation that ‘very high activities are going on’.

Cameroon Concord News Groupunderstands Otto Tiale is one of the blind followers of Sako extremely lacking in Southern Cameroons finesse. Rev Dr Asong, one of Sako’s pastors with a congregation in a basement in the USA recently wrote with demonic inspiration that Sako should be anointed the President of Ambazonia as soon as possible.

It should be recalled that Sako dissolved his interim cabinet before requesting the Restoration Council to approve his list of 73 strong surrogates. The Restoration Council was struggling to come to terms with Sako’s tactless and reckless move when the Ambazonian leader Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe and his top aides in Kondengui ordered the Ambazonia executive arm of government to revert back to the January 2018 line-up. The decision made Sako inconsequential in the Southern Cameroons struggle. Some of his cronies are encouraging him to fight back. At the time of filing this report, our senior political man, Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai opined that Sako is taking the last kicks of a dying horse.


Chi Prudence Asong in London