That’s the question every Southern Cameroonian seems to be asking, amid all kinds of speculation following Mola Litumbe’s uncharacteristic absence from the public eye. Mola Litumbe was last seen in Douala attending Dr Simon Munzu’s mother’s funeral activities.
The Ambazonia Interim Government has not made any statement on the influential veteran leader and staunch supporter of President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe for some time now. But there are indications from a Southern Cameroons front line leader in the USA that an Ambazonian icon may be smelling his last days on earth.
In a recent posting on social media, Seseskou Christmas Ebini stated that “I have not spoken to Mola Njoh Litumbe for a while now. I have not been able to reach him on the phone to have the regular chats we use to have. The leaders in jail President Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, Chairman Nfor Ngalla Nfor and all the other leaders ask me each time how Mola is doing and for me to transmit their warm regards and appreciation to him. I have called Mola’s number several times but it is not going through”.
Seseskou Ebini added that “I went asking people in Buea about Mola so I can get some information about him to our leaders in jail who hold him in very high regards. By the normal nature of things, it is just normal for Mola to be winding down and slowing down.”
Mola Njoh Litumbe is above 100 years, has had a very active and blessed long life and the Southern Cameroons revolution has been blessed with his presence. “We wish Mola to be with us long enough to see us in Buea, but that will be God’s will” Seseskou Ebini furthered.
The Ambazonia front liner pleaded to every Southern Cameroonian to offer a silent prayer of Thanksgiving and appreciation for Mola Njoh Litumbe.
By Asu Isong in London