Monday, 22 May 2017

20th May Celebration, Paul Atanga Nji Once More Mocks At Southern Cameroonians

Mr Atanga Nji, one of loyal and faithful slaves of the Biya military regime, was heard and seen live telling journalists of the lone state broadcaster, the CRTV, that all Anglophones are today regretting for having allowed themselves to be manipulated by some terrorists, selfish and egoistic individuals from the diaspora, whose sole aim is to divide Cameroon and unsit president Biya.

The disowned son of the North West Region in order to please his master, cooked up lies that, about five thousand militants of the ruling CPDM party marched in Bamenda to commemorate the so called National unity day and that this year's celebration can not be compared to previous editions due to the massive turn out.

After listening to him, many have asked the question how can people refuse to send their children to school, declare ghost town days in the region and ask for total boycott of meetings organised by the party, suddenly change their minds to go and march?
20th May Celebration, Paul Atanga Nji Once More Mocks At Southern Cameroonians
To further demonstrate his ploy and evil plans to obscure the image of Southern Cameroonians before his occultic grand master of a president, Mr Atanga Nji said, most Anglophones have come to terms with him in his initial stance that there is nothing like an Anglophone problem in Cameroon.

Atanga Nji, who is incharge of special duties at the presidency, a position equal to that of an errand boy was talking to CRTV during post 20th May celebration feast at president Biya's residence in Etoudi, Yaounde.

Moreover, eye witness accounts that, 20th May celebration in Bamenda was a mere drama. The governor hired thugs from the West Region including the military and some few francophone students to stage the march pass drama at the Bamenda grand stand.

It should be noted that this same Atanga Nji was the first person to run to the media at the wake of the Anglophone crisis to debunk all allegations against Anglophone marginalisation in La République du Cameroun.
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