The outlawed Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (popularly known simply as the CONSORTIUM) has dismissed its President AGBOR Bala.
The decision is contained in a released signed by, Tassang Wilfred, Barrister N.G. Andang, Prince Akere Divine, Ndeh Frederick Nifang, John Mbah Akuro, Tse Anye Kevin, Tata Donard and Mawum Fuh Che, today Friday Nov. 3, 2017.
The CONSORTIUM, accuses Bala of haven soiled his hands, by collecting money from the government, and regretted that he abandoned other Consortium members in jail, and then goes about preaching against a struggle he once championed.
Hear them; "... also recall regrettably that a host of our compatriots, the likes of Mr. Mancho Bibixy, Penn Terence and those in bunkers, some of whom were being charged together with Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho in the same charge sheet failed to benefit from the said Presidential decree are still languishing in the dungeons of LRC’s detentions cells in Yaoundé...".
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The consortuim calls on all Southern Cameroonians to ignore Balla, remain calm and resolute in the face of his
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CONSORTIUM DISOWNS AND DECLARES BARRISTER AGBOR BALLA NKONGHO FELIX PERSONA NON GRATA
The CAMEROON ANGLOPHONE CIVIL SOCIETY CONSORTIUM (CACSC) has over the past months been closely observing Barrister Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho beginning from when he declared himself and was adopted as Consortium President, his arrest, incarceration and
subsequent release from La Republique du Cameroun’s detention camp (prison) in Yaoundé.
The demeanour of this man of the Law and his recent outings on and beyond the social media does not only speak volumes, but lends credence to the fact that he has been compromised.
We recall that prior to his conditional release, schools in the Southern Cameroons were completely shut down. The Courts were deserted by Common Law Lawyers. In respect of the Ghost towns and the restoration agenda, the businessmen / women, “buyam sellams”, the entire business community and the civil society had closed down all businesses to honour the ghost towns. The people of Southern Cameroons, home and abroad, insisted that for schools and the courts to resume, the following conditions must be fulfilled to guarantee genuine dialogue; that Barrister Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho, Dr. Fontem Neba, Mr. Mancho Bibixy, Mr. Penn Terence et al, must be released unconditionally. A lot of pressure was mounted on the
Yaoundé regime resulting to the release (albeit conditional) of Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho and others following a presidential decree / clemency that purportedly set out to benefit all, in principle.
We also recall regrettably that a host of our compatriots, the likes of Mr. Mancho Bibixy, Penn Terence and those in bunkers, some of whom were being charged together with Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho in the same charge sheet failed to benefit from the said Presidential decree are still languishing in the dungeons of LRC’s detentions cells in Yaoundé.
Recalling further that the CONSORTIUM has since on the 9th day of February, 2017 officially moved / shifted its stance from FEDERATION to RESTAORATION, with the people of Southern Cameroons who have long decided and settled on statehood restoration as demonstrated and proven on the 22/09/17 and 01/10/2017 as the only antidote against foreign rule, annexation and psychological and physical claustrophobia by La Republique due Cameroun;
Having determined that Barrister Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho is by every means anti-people, anti-freedom and anti-liberation;
Cognisant of the catastrophic, damaging and overt utterances of Barrister Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho on the media (BBC, Equinox, Facebook etc.), his suspicious visits to Ghana, UK and elsewhere wherein the man of Law in his avowed ambition is diametrically opposed to the Restoration agenda of the people of Southern Cameroons.
Recalling his insistence on a federal system of government with Yaoundé in total disregards of the failed experiment that has led to untold suffering, wanton killings, etc. of our people for 56years.
Recalling that Barrister Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho is now treating and trading the CONSORTIUM as his personal property and acting alone or making social media outings
without consultation with the CONSORTIUM as a body.
The CONSORTIUM hereby, on the date of signature of this press release for the reasons here above advanced, DISOWNS AND DECLARES Barrister Agbor Balla Felix Nkongho a persona non grata.
He is therefore no longer the President of the CONSORTIUM and as such prohibited from continuing to pass around for and act as President of the CONSORTIUM, nor speak for and on behalf of the people of Southern Cameroons.
All subsequent acts by him are hence declared a nullity.
Consequently, any group of people, government/state and/or entity dealing and /or treating with him on the basis of the CONSORTIUM do so at their own peril.
We call on our people to ignore him, remain calm and resolute in the face of this most
God is with us.
For the Consortium.