It has been revealed that the ruling CPDM crime syndicate is financing Barrister Agbor Balla. Our source hinted that Yaoundé procured Balla a British visa by flying him to Ghana with the necessary documentation and booked an interview for him at the UK High Commission in Accra. The UK trip was Biya regime’s push to counter the Governing Council.
We gathered Balla’s segment of the Consortium had strong ties with the Francophone regime and communication was made possible through Mwalimu George Ngwane. George Ngawne reportedly has a long standing relationship with Paul Mingo Ghogomu, the Director of Cabinet at the Prime Minister’s Office.
Our chief intelligence officer said the French Cameroun government headed by Prime Minister Philemon Yang appointed George Ngwane into the Musonge Bilingualism and Multiculturalism Commission and made huge donations from various sources, including the Governor of the South West into a human rights organization headed by Barrister Agbor Balla.
We understand the Balla UK trip has also been supported financially by the Cameroon embassy in UK including a CPDM UK reception that held at the London Hilton Hotel. Balla’s Chatham House presentation was rocked by a Southern Cameroons demonstration outside the building.
A CPDM UK statement said Barrister Agbor Balla came out of Chatham House and addressed the Ambazonia protesters. The poorly worded statement also stated that Balla supports SCACUF and has at no point criticized the Governing Council. The CPDM UK press release also noted that Balla is in communication with the President of SCACUF. It is vital to include in this report that Balla is avoiding any contacts with senior Ambazonians in the UK including Barrister Alex Ndive
By Chi Prudence Asong, London