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Two CRTV Buea Staff Jailed, Others Interrogated Amid Leaked Social Media Letter

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At least two workers at CRTV Buea, are currently being detained over allegations of leaking to Social Media, a letter meant for the colonial governor.

According to an authoritative source who pleaded for anonymity, a journalist working with CRTV Buea, and a worker at the secretariat, are both behind bars, at the Central Police Station in Buea Town.

The journalist in question, is accused of conniving with the secretary and had a letter written by the Station Manager, Kange Williams Wasaloko, to Okalia Bilai, snapped and sent to Social Media.

The letter had indicated that in the days, weeks or months ahead, some major abductions will be made in Buea, including taking over CRTV Buea.

The source indicated that the secretary was pinned down, following an investigation that showed the office where the picture was taken, and the contents on the table at the time.

Besides the two arrested, the source told BaretaNews that some top brass at CRTV Buea like junior staff, have also been interrogated. Investigations are on high gear to fish out the person who sent the letter.

It is worth mentioning that CRTV Buea is on high security surveillance at the moment. The security around the premises, has been beefed up, with regular patrols undertaken from time to time.

BaretaNews was also told that staff at CRTV Buea now work in total fear as no one knows who will be jailed. Suspicion and counter suspicion looms among workers at the CRTV complex.

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By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews

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