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SCNC : Factions should unite, we go to the villages and educate the people- Ayah Paul



Ayah Goes Ballistic, Dish Off Political Correctness

The Chairman of the Popular Action Party, PAP, Justice Ayah Paul Abine, has stated that there is no legal document on reunification between the British Southern Cameroons and French Cameroon. Justice Hon Ayah was speaking at a press conference in Muea Buea organised by his PAP on June 11 as part of the party’s activities for 2016.

The 4th (highest) grade magistrate and Attorney General at the Supreme Court of Cameroon stated: “There is no legal document between Southern Cameroons and La Republique on reunification.

The Plebiscite of February 11, 1961, was an intent of “yes we want to join,” but there is no document on reunification. President Biya appointed a Committee of wise men before the [50th anniversary] reunification celebration (2014) and they did not find any document anywhere on reunification.”

The 2011 Presidential election candidate was answering questions pertaining to whether he still believes in the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, where he was at one time made Chairman, after accepting the appointment to the Supreme Court.

“The SCNC is doing a marvellous job; that of fighting illegality,” Ayah stated. “The only thing is all the factions of the SCNC should come together and we go to the villages and educate the people,” Ayah added.

Ayah went on to say PAP is waxing strong and in the days ahead they are going to be engaging in many political messages to the Cameroons people.


In his closing remarks during the press conference, Justice Ayah stated: “It is like we are re-launching PAP today. Whatever the CPDM does to my salary, PAP will not die. I will continue to fight!” he declared amid applause from militants.

BaretaNews wishes to thank Ayah Paul for still standing tall and not talking with his mouth down.

Text culled from the Post Newspaper

God is still saying something.


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