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Ambazonian Interim Government Questions legality of Inconsequential Impeachment Of President Sisiku Julius Tabe, Reiterates His Leadership



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The Under Secretary of the Interim Government, Milton Taka, has signed a 2 page document, June 16th, titled “The position of the Ambazonian People on the supposed Impeachment of President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe by Revolutionary Chances”. The public letter is addressed to every Ambazonia and maintains that, President Sisiku though in a Nelson Mandela-styled jail, is the bonafide president and face of the struggle.

Unders Secretary, Milton Taka warns of a subsequent trouble that might befall those who attempt to impeach President Sisiku. He writes;

” We want to reassure fellow Ambazonians, dear people of Southern Cameroons that while it is okay for any one to get onto any media platform and exercise their rights to freedom of expression, matters relating to the Law and the constitutionality of an Impeachment can only be initiated by a legitimately constituted Parliament and a verdict on such Impeachment pronounced by a competent court following all due processes of law”.

The Interim Government spoke person regrets that, even Barrister John Fru Nsoh who is lead counsel of the Nera10 had abandoned his role to be coaxed in the inconsequential Impeachment by taking on media outings to claim that President Sisiku has been compromised without an iota of evidence to back his claims. Chris Anu of the defunct Acting Interim Government hasn’t made things better with his outrageous media utterances.

The communique notes that while the My Trip to Buea money entrusted in the care of Comrade Samuel Sako Ikome and Chris Anu are yet to be accounted for, jailed President, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe has rather been pushing forth for a U.N intervention to Negotiations via letters, representing the people wholeheartedly.

Under Secretary Milton Taka says, some people want the  struggle to go their own way and when it doesn’t favour them, they turn to work against the revolution. He sounded the need for Ambazonians to quickly rally behind President Sisiku and his vice, Dabney Yerima as they pave new pathways in the quest for Buea.

The rift between president Sisiku and Comrade Sako has been on for a while now since the former sacked the government of the latter. Many have called for the responsible resolution to the misunderstanding to enable the struggle move on in the right form.

Sumelong Ekane

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  1. Samuel Takang Egbe

    June 18, 2019 at 12:14 PM

    BARATA NEWS. If you said Sisiseku Ayuk Julius Tabe is still the president of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, then he do not need to fight back his impeachment. He was impeached by the restoration council of the F.R.A. and there’s nothing he can do or French Cameroon or yourself and his supporters. Thanks you

    • Agien Nyangkwe

      June 19, 2019 at 9:35 AM

      Mr Tarkang

      Let’s be serious. How do you impeach some one who is in preason. It doesn’t make any nor présent us in a better way to thé World.
      If our leader engagés on any ” wrongdoing” dialogue would have been thé proper way to solve the problem. People cannot prétend to liberate themselves from thé Biya system and operate exactly liké Mr Biya himself. That ” impeachment is peurile” Thé authors stand to gain in publicly disowning it.

      • Sumelong Ekane

        June 19, 2019 at 9:47 AM

        Rightly said Agien Nyangkwe.
        We all know that even if Sisiku is weak to be comprised, Pa Nfor Ngala and Pa Tassang could not be. Poorly conceived conspiracy

      • Sosogo lambart

        June 19, 2019 at 9:13 PM

        Following the same logic how can someone lead a government from the dungeon of his enemy?

    • Sumelong Ekane

      June 19, 2019 at 9:49 AM

      Samuel, unfortunately you might not have been able to follow the struggle closely like some of us do.
      Sisiku is the man. He is one unshakable Ambazonian. His position remains

  2. Ni Bob

    June 19, 2019 at 2:40 PM

    Dear Sumelong and Baretanews, I am an avid reader of your posts, as I am an Ambazinian moyo. Without regarding the context of this article, the frequent misspellings and lack of explanation of abreviations is frustrating and even causes confusion. Should NEAR 10 not be NERA 10? ‘
    ‘Milton Taka warms of a subsequent trouble’ Should be ‘warns’ I guess.
    Rereading or using a spellchecker before posting would avoid the abovementioned.

    • Jon

      June 19, 2019 at 8:28 PM

      Ni Bob:

      You are right. Whenever I read Sumelong Ekane’s posts, I SCRATCH MY HEAD. They are usually riddled with grammatical errors, spelling errors, misstatements, etc. I used to spend an inordinate amount of time correcting his errors, but not any more (anymore) because they are innumerable. Anyway, he is a PSEUDO PIG-IGNORANT JOURNALIST, and the French Language from LRC is his first language. NO! His first language is English and he is so bad at it. THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND!!!

      He is 100% better than his SLAVE MASTER, Mark Bareta.

  3. Jon

    June 19, 2019 at 8:04 PM


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