The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has seized control of Eyumojock Sub Division in Manyu and made prominent CPDM elites to escape in a spectacular show of strength against the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime. The capture of Eyumojock follows that of Akwaya Sub Division where Nigerian flags have been reportedly hoisted. Consortium elements took control of Eyumojock town chasing away a high powered delegation led by one of Paul Biya’s Ministers for Special Missions at the Presidency, Victor Mengot and the local MP for Eyumojock Sub constituency, Hon. Nsosie Susana Ebah epse Okpu including the former general manager of PAMOL plantations, Chief Obenofunde Moses.
The Divisional Officer for Eyumojock has pledged to help the CPDM minority following in places such as Kembong, Afab, Ewelle and Ekok to push back against the Southern Cameroons aggression. But the days of anti-North West rhetoric for the time being, seemed to be over. The Consortium attack was so violent and some police and gendarmerie officers were caught discarding uniforms and fleeing a sub divisional headquarters where the Southern Cameroons flag of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium now flew over government buildings.
A spokesman for the former PAMOL GM contacted by Cameroon Intelligence Report confirmed the attack but however observed that the Minister and his entourage including Chief Obenofunde Moses were moved to a safe location when the local population stormed the CPDM event.
“We have lost Eyumojock and Akawaya and the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium operation managers are in full control. They’re like ghosts: they appear, strike and disappear in seconds” noted the Senior Divisional Officer for Manyu.
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai with files from Mamfe