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Port Harcourt Police arrest serial killer

Police finally arrests Port Harcourt serial killer –

By Uju Maryann

The serial killer linked to the deaths of over 15 girls in different hotels in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has been arrested after a CCTV footage of his last operation went viral.

The suspect was arrested yesterday Thursday September 19, by officers attached to the Rivers State Police Command. The 26-year old former militant from Buguma LGA of Rivers State, who is also a member of the Degbam cult group was arrested along East-West Road on his way to Uyo from Port Harcourt.

The Nigerian police in its tweet confirming his arrest, said an investigation to uncover motives of the killings is ongoing.

Cameroun Military Forces loot a house, burn & arrest nurses at the clinic in Tatum

The Cameroun forces invaded a village in Bui county known as Tatum in the Nkum LGA looting, burning and abducting nurses in a clinic:

Tatum- Nkum LGA & Mbonso- Mbiame LGA all in Bui County have been under La Rep’s Military invasion : Last evening Friday 20-09-19, they looted; and abducted nurses on duty in a clinic in Tatum :

They as well killed at least in Mbonso a village under Mbiame LGA invading the village and we reported more la Rep forces came in from the western and Adamawa regions through Lip:

Shey Tatah for Scandy Media platform

Bamenda road completely shut down

Akum mile 8- Bamenda

More images of the incident at mile 8 Akum where unidentified armed men blocked the ‘high way’ and destroyed some cars especially those of Amour Mezam and Vatican. Some say their aim is to send signals of not inter urban transport and to stop any elections taking place as from the 16th Sept to the 10th of October 2018. With such actions care should really be taken and people should have a rethink before engaging in any activities.

Despite the fire 🔥 visiting some buses, the population was well handled and managed under the operation that took roughly 4 hrs.

One begins to ask why the so called dialogue and negotiations are being delayed .
Scandy media

 

Chris Anu maintains Anglophones’ Ultimatum

‘If by end of Monday 5th February 2018, no video footages of the Anglophone leaders are seen, La Rep Du Cameroon will hear from the IG.’ Chris Anu

Chris Anu Beats Isa Tchiroma pants down in an interview granted today by The Voice of America over the fate of the Anglophone leaders. Chris insists that the Monday ultimatum holds and that if after this day the evidence about the whereabouts of the arrested leaders is not seen with video footages, Cameroon will hear from the IG. He says this might not necessarily happen today but after today. He backs his claims with the atrocities carried out in the people saying that it is not heard of in the world that people are arrested and it takes a month without anything known about them.

Isa in his part could only repeat the same song, ‘Anything we are doing is according to they law, they are alive and are being taken care of, we will not succumb to threats as a government…’ went ahead to claim these secessionists have killed about 20 Gendarmes . Must this man always lie?

He went ahead to vindicate Ngah Christian of the Guardian post who was stopped yesterday by Joe during the press hour from using the word extradition but that Anglophone leaders were deported. When Ngah tried to argue that He did not have to use exact words, Joe hammered stating that Isa never used them. Today he used to very clearly and even claiming that Nigeria and Cameroon do have some conventions on that. He will surely put Nigeria into more trouble as more evidences will be demanded . Well we know they are hiding behind the Boko Haram deal to blackmail each other and the Biafra struggle which Chris already taught them the difference.
In fact Chris gave Tchiroma and la Rep a lesson on that interview.

The journalist himself knew his job. He gave Chris hard questions but got convincing answers while Tchiroma was challenged to produce the leaders of face the wrath of the people later when the consequences arrive.

Shey Tatah Sevidzem

 

 

What is the Fate of the SDF chairman John Fru Ndi

There is not doubt that SDF maintains as the main leading opposition party in Cameroon with its party leader as the only opposition leader who has stood the test of time as far back as the early 90s. Today, the popularity of this charismatic leaders has experienced a drastic decline. Is he on his way down to ruins?  what could be the causes for the popularity loss of the party chairman.

When one looks at the iamge above, one will agree with this write that, no even, no political leader/event has ever pulled a crowd with one goal as the SDF did in the 90s with its party chair. When they won the elections in 1992 and refused to get to the parliament, many asserted this was the first major blunder of the chairman as they gradually gave the majority and influence to the ruling CPDM.

The chairman continued in his struggle and quest for leadership both as party chair and declaring his candidature for the position of the head of state up till date. His challengers especially in the pary have been either replaced or excommunicated from the vice presidents and group presidents/secretaries. This aspect exhibited by the chair earned him the title of a dictator not different from President Paul Biya.

During the 50th Anniversary of Independence and the celebration with the military in Bamenda when Fru Ndi came face to face with the President, things took a U-turn. Many concluded that the chairman was bought as he constantly visited the Unity palace, discussed with the president and skillfully stood against many demonstrations that planned in the name of peace. The Unity palace surely rewarded him handsomely.

The on going Anglophone crisis has been a big challenge for the SDF chairman, he has been unable to directly state where he belongs. Is he an Anglophone fighting for the Anglophones’ plight or a Cameroonian fighting for social Justice. Is he an opposition leader who wants to take over the command baton from Paul Biya or someone playing a double edge sword role to stand stand victorious on whoever wins. While the Anglophones are asking for a two state federation, he is asking for a four state. Where really does he belong?

The fact that SDF in the midst of the Anglophone crisis went ahead to admit  Sen Jean Tsomelou as the Secretary General of the party brought a lot of discontent amongst many Anglophones who easily tagged the chairman as a traitor. Although he defended that SDF stands for Federalism and not secession. Ewi Elvis on the 14th of January in the “We Love You Bamenda” forum tried as much as possible to explain the position of the chairman and SDF stating that people may often not understand the choices of the party, and that except that we want to conclude that SDF is an All Anglophone party, one should look at the position of Jean Tsomelou in the first place. He adds that Tsomelou as a senator defends the truth more than any in the party and that his role would be a boast to the Marginalization fight. Tsomelou stands as one who always advocate for a walk out when CPDM stands on useless reforms. He defended the demonstrations at the parliament and stood behind the SDF match in Buea. This explanation bought the sympathy of many like princess Nene who added that she was not an SDF member but reiterated that an opposition party could not be an Anglophone party. “The Chairman happens to be an anglophone and it is more advantageous for us to use him for the struggle, he should explain things better to the people, ” Princess Nene added.

It is true the chairman has been unable to state clearly where he belongs. When the struggle started, one could conclude that as an anglophone, he stood for the anglophones. He went to Governor many times and to the cells to get many of those arrested freed. He joined the match in Buea but the new year has brought the chairman under fire.

After the planned NEC meeting to excommunicate Hon. Wirba Joseph for his bravery on the National Assembly, Fru Ndi later lashed on his actions which expressed some acts of “jealousy” for a patriotic MP.  The letter Wirba later exposed which he wrote to his chairman addressing him as a father made many lose confidence in SDF chairman. His refusal to protect his son and went to the media to question him was a big blunder on the part of the chairman.

Today and sad enough, the one who stands to defend the SDF MP Hon. Wirba is paradoxically an MP from the south a CPDM militant Martin Oyono, one who has nothing to do with the Anglophone crisis but stands as an upright MP who wants to see true change in Cameroon. Right now as we write, he is being interviewed on CRTV as questioned why? He states clearly that someone has to do it and that those of them who represent the minds of the people and refuse to vote for the CPDM bad reforms are referred to as Radicals. He has taken the role that should have been played by the SDF chairman and his MPs to state clearly that he “Will Resist Attempts to Lift Immunity of Wirba Joseph”  said Hon. Martin Oyono

The clarion and challenge call by Oyono Martin has pierced a painful hole in the hearts of the SDF MP to obliged them take the opposite side against their chairman Fru Ndi. This solidarity if practiced all through might be the one that can put an end to the close to 30 years rule of Ni John Fru Ndi. The SDF MPs did not only in their 3rd position statement this time addressed to the Speaker of national Assembly, asked the speaker to provide and protect the immunity of Hon. Wirba to permit him return to the country and perform his duties as an MP.

According to a Press Conference held yesterday in Yaoundé Tuesday April 11, 2017, “Hon Jospeh Mbah Ndam, Vice President of SDF Parliamentary group urged House Speaker Cavaye Yege to ensure that Parliamentary Immunity of Hon.Wirba is not tampered with. He also read out that the House Speaker should protect the escapee and make sure that he returns home without being arrested.” CIN

The question is, If Hon. Wirba spoke the minds of the people and is being lashed by the SDF chairman, then on whose mind is the SDF representing now?

“Hon. Mbah Ndam flanked by other MPs including SDF National Vice President, Hon. Joshua Osih, reiterated their support for Wirba saying that he spoke their mind on the fateful day last November when he spoke on Anglophone marginalization.” CIN

With the SDF MPs asking for the return of Hon. Wirba to his position, does it mean that the call by the Anglophones for the SDF MPs to resign has fallen on deaf ears? Are they willing to fight for the people they represent? Is the interest of being an MP more important to that of liberating the people? If Hon. Wirba were to return home today, after asking the MPs to resign and leave the Glass house for the people, who will he return home as? MP? Freedom fighter? West Cameroon president?

With the SDF chairman asking of what use should the SDF hold elections when the anglophones are on strike, is giving the impression that he is either using the struggle to stay in power or is not willing to handover as the SDF chairperson. If the Anglophone crisis is so important to him, then why is he not able to heed to the call by the Anglophones by boycotting the events organized by the Regime in power. The chairman was spotted during the funeral in the West region of Chantal Biya’s mother, an event that was boycotted by the Presidential couple. How can one mourns more than the bereaved?

During the tour with the CAF cup, the same chairman despite all calls for boycott by the Anglophone leaders, Fru Ndi was again spotted at the podium, a repeat of his trip to the unity palace when the Lions were being received by the head of states. These actions and more have pushed many to conclude that Fru Ndi works as a CPDM agent in the anglophone zones. Is it time for him to go?

Only time will tell.