The Government Delegate to the Limbe City Council, Andrew Motanga Mojimba, the Francophone Senior Divisional Officer for Fako, Zang III and some CPDM elites resident in Limbe, Fako Division in Southern Cameroons, have embarked on an ‘Operation Zero Ghost Town’ in a bid to combat the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium.
The Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo agents staged a peace walk though the City of Limbe and claimed they were sensitizing the population to desist from ‘ghost town’ spearheaded by the banned Consortium. The Francophone surrogates foolishly observed that ghost town has done great harm to the people of the area especially businessmen than the shutting down of the internet services.
The walk reported Cameroun Info.net was intended to paralyze the ‘ghost town’ and send a strong message to Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium that the people of Limbe will not condone with their tactics. However, an operations manager of the Consortium was quoted as saying Yaounde no longer has legitimate authority in Southern Cameroons and that ghost towns will be intensified and schools will remained closed until the new generation of Southern Cameroon leaders and all the young men and women abducted in West Cameroon are freed.
The Francophone SDO recently attempted to invoke the North West/South West divide when he publicly stated that the Limbe food market was set on fire by a young man who travelled all the way from Bamenda. Those who took part in the so-called Operation Zero Ghost Town were CPDM Victoria members who were hired and paid by the SDO. The presidency of the republic had channeled huge sums of money to the Beti Ewondo SDO in Limbe to help fight against the Southern Cameroons uprising.
By Rita Akana with files from CIN