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Ekema Patrick Goes Gaga: Closes Business Premises Respecting Ghost Towns In Buea

 

 

 

 

 

Academic fraudster, Ekema Patrick Esunge, is at it again. After taking a recess following his brutal killing of an innocent Southern Cameroonian on September 22, 2017, the Machiavellian tactician is once again thinning the skin of the people of Southern Cameroons.

Ekema shot and killed on September 22, 2017

Ekema Patrick is reported to have closed so many business premises in Mile 17, and Molyko, this Monday November 13, 2017. Posing himself as the Mayor of Buea municipality, the bilk indicated that the closures are meant to punish those respecting ghost towns every morning. According to Ekema, the economy of the municipality is facing a downturn because many business persons especially in the Southern part of Buea, have resulted to closing their shops on certain days of the week.

“We have not been able to meet on our financial obligations for 2017 because we have some people who arrogate powers to be closing their business premises. As they close their shops on ghost towns days, we shall add more locks on their doors so that they will come and pay plus penalties,” Ekema said.

Over 15 business premises comprising of Banks, mini-malls, grocery stores, schools, and other financial institutions. The delegation comprising of Ekema Patrick, in the company of the assistant colonial divisional officer of Buea, Margaret Ebot Tabe, and an array of colonial forces, received significant resistance from some business operators and onlookers who regarded the whole operation as a total witch-hunt.

 

Ghost Towns effective in Southern Cameroons

“This is totally incorrect. How can the council be locking business places that are not owned by them? People have invested their hard earned currency in putting up a structure, and so they enjoy the profits as well as suffer the losses. Is it of the council’s interest if someone opens their place or not? These municipal authorities are just witch-hunting people,” Eric Nyatcha, a business operator in Molyko.

 

 

Others were brutalise for resisting the closure, with many receiving bruises.

“I have not opened my shop since last week because of ill-health. Today, I was told the council was closing shops. So when I came to my shop, the council was already there. My refusal and explanations as to why my shop shouldn’t be close did not mean anything to them. They pounced on me with a rubber whip and pushed me to the floor,” lamented Chris Mafor, a business operator.

It should be recalled that, since January 9, 2017, ghost towns has been very effective in Southern Cameroons. The population remain resolute ghost towns as an effective weapon in combatting La république du Cameroun. It also send amplified messages to the international community so special attention could be placed on the plights of the people of Southern Cameroons.

By Lucas Muma

Managing Editor – BaretNews

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. George

    November 13, 2017 at 5:23 PM

    Now we need to stay together. That is pure injustice. We need to get rid off this evil man.

  2. ndolloz

    November 13, 2017 at 5:25 PM

    colonial empty vessel,shameless fraud ekema!one cannot understand why my young, strong men and women in that regions cannot silence this slave killer together with those colonial foreigner Okalia, the local vigilantes must unite,step up their Rights to self defense, stop this nonentities fake ekema,Okalia and all the other colonial clown puppet civil servants in the region,how difficult is it to send a warning,put fear to the rest, send a clear signal to their colonial master lrc?people must stop trading their freedom for pittance bribe and false hope!!take back control of your rightful land!!

  3. gmoks

    November 13, 2017 at 5:54 PM

    Ekema needs snake beatings. Not sure why he’s still carrying horns around. They aught to have been plugged off!

  4. Roger Madrid

    November 13, 2017 at 6:39 PM

    Ekema Patrick’s days are numbered…

    He will be hervested soon…

  5. Malis

    November 13, 2017 at 7:07 PM

    I really want to thank our people back home, it not easy to be treated as such at your own homeland especially when we are fighting for our future, that of our children and generation to come.

    This only shows what an evil we are against.

    Lets never forget, they have tried so many time but our togetherness, sacrifice and resolve has always prevail.

    That monkey mayor is only wasting his time, he dose not have a padlock big enough to lock tomorrow or the future, and future belong to Ambazonia.

    We thank you people for all your sacrifice.

  6. George

    November 13, 2017 at 7:36 PM

    I have deep respect to my people home. Your bravery and defiance is leading our struggle. Thank you.

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