Sunday, 12 March 2017

Updated: New Photos Added - President Paul Biya In Trouble As MORISC Merges with The Consortium In Houston, Texas, Congress

The Consortium was thrilled with a jam-packed hall of SCs including our ace freedom fighter Mola Njoh Litumbe who participated by phone, Barrister Eyambe Elias who participated by Skype, all other pressure group leaders represented and present, and even our former Miss Cameroon 2004 (pictured below).

In fact, unity is strength and we all cleared doubts that clogged our minds about individuals, objectives and goals. We are one and Colonial master Biya and his Facebook spies cannot break the covalent bond. We are strongly bonded as diamond.

Please, share any photo you took with us during any of the events at the Consortium and at MORISC. You could post them in the comment section.

Also, our next visit will be in a DC on April 1, as earlier announced during our great event. We shall not meet virtually. We shall meet physically and feel the winning struggle.

Bara Mark, the people of Houston also extends their warm regards to your selfless voluntary - - pro bono - - services to this winning struggle. They greatly appreciate your works.

Las Vegas supported the Consortium with more than $800 USD. Thank You, Vegas because what happens in Vegas cannot stay in Vegas. We are yet to announce the total amount raised at Houston. Details soon.

Money, however, is not the issue. The issue is unity. We did it collectively. Everyone left so satisfied. We recognize that all groups have a pivotal role to play in this struggle and unique strengths.
We are flocking together and not fighting together because the baobab tree is too large for one person to embrace it alone. Rally around it. Take your vantage positions. And spread your arms as wide as possible.

Lest I forget, I did not like the end of the gathering because bottle dance music, my favorite genre, was not played fully. Hahahaha

The struggle continues. Paul Biya, we are coming for your gangster regime. You must leave our land. Let all colonial admistrators start bowing out or call for immediate inclusive dialogue with ALL stakeholders.

UP NEXT: Mola Njoh's audio message to the Consortium.
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