SAM_1755.flv Evening Dinner Time Chat with Legendary Living Leader, Mola N. Litumbe, SCNC
6 years ago
Today, I got that chance I have for long sought in futility to have a one-to-one on camera with the well respected leader of the noble English-speaker Minority Problem in Cameroon, mostly blamed on the political dupery and hegemony from the French-speaking ruler community, backed by the French government. As Buea prepares to come down to Buea, once the headquaters of British or Southern Cameroons, Mola Njoh Litumbe and I chatted on a cross-section of issues including the necessity for Mr. Biya to convene a National Dialogue officially on this issue of minority oppression that may soon spin out of control due the greed and myopia from those leading the nation from and on the East side of the Mungo River. The Very Respected Mola also debunked Dr. Susungi’s facts that there is a legal document linking the people of “La Republique du Cameroun and the former Brtish or Southern Cameroons. On this point, while accepting that Foncha may have signed an agreement with Ahidjo in the presence of Charles Assale, the then Premier of East Cameroun, Foncha did not have the constitution rights to engage the southern Cameroons in diplomatic matters since this part of Cameroon was not yet a sovereign, independent state. This is just part one of a three part interview that even included his views on the spate of waste in Cameroon government, as a chatered quality. He also hence have insightful remarks and revelations on the Inoni and Marafa matters pending in the high courts of the land. Remember that Marafa Hamidou Yaya goes to court for the second hearing tomorrow, at the Yaounde, Mfoundi High Court. Here comes one of the revelations: Inoni Thomas Ephraim, the former prime Minister, chief of Bakingili, plucked and whisked off to the very disreputable Kondengui prison in Yaounde, alongside Marafa Hamidou Yaya (On June 16 last?) is the in-law of Mola Njoh Litumbe, as per the jailed former’s prime minister’s first marriage; he divorced from Mola’s daughter before engaging with his present wife, Gladys.