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Bike riders defy Atanga Nji’s order, kidnapped regional delegate makes desperate plea as SOBA washes their “dirty lenience” in public: 3 Things you need to know this morning

It’s been indeed a very busy week ends with political activities as the state of the nation remains the center piece of every news blogger around the country

Firstly, there is a new sheriff in town and he is no other person than Paul Atnaga Nji. The controversial minister has wasted no time to stamp his authority around the country, informing all those who care to listen through his ink the confidence he enjoys from the Unity Palace

No wonder the MINAT boss has dominated almost all the pages of English language newspapers in the country this morning

In a series of last week marathon decrees, the new MINAT boss took everyone by surprise, took his subordinates to task by asking for governors and SDOs to submit by-daily reports of their respective areas of jurisdiction.

But just as the media was struggling to digest that move, the no nonsense minister order the banning of circulation of commercial motorbikes in some sub-divisions in northwest and South West region of the country as well as the entire Ndian divison

The reactions has been defying, bike riders have refuse to obey the decree which takes away the only means f income to tens of thousands of youths in affected areas and they have vow to face the security forces who might want to enforce the ban raising a prospect of another massive waves of deathly protests if the order was to be forcefully implemented

Kidapped regional delegate makes a desperate plea

The so called Ambazonian defense forces have issued an ultimatum to the government following a video on social media of the kidnapped regional delegate of social affairs in Bamenda.

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The Social affairs delegate who was kidnapped in Batibo, chief town of Batibo subdivision just days after the highest authority of the land in that jurisdiction was also kidnapped has been making rounds on social media

 

In the Video, Mr.  Amimbom Aaron calls on the government to show proof of life of the arrested Ambazonian leaders before 48 hours or risk execution in the hands of his kidnappers whom government calls terrorists forces

The kidnapping of the South West born regional delegate alongside the DO for Batibo all in the same town within weeks have made them the highest ranking government officials and citizens of the country so far to be taken hostage by the s called ADF

Trouble in Paradise: Barrister Kameni beaten in his own game as the fate of unified SOBA hangs on a thread

 

It is one of the most prestigious secondary and high schools in the country and indeed one of the oldest built by the Germans during colonization. Sasse College based in Buea is not only famous for its history but by the number of personalities who proudly call that school their own.

The Soppo- based school enjoys arrogantly the monopoly of a heavy contingent of top government dignitaries, business magnets, and enviable diaspora amongst their ranks as their SASSE old Boys Association remains unarguably the most prestigious former student association in the country.

Many who passed through the single sex boys only school, pride themselves as SOBAs as they are call themselves and are proud t identify themselves with a school which has produced more than two Prime minster in the country
But for persons who are looked up as moral paragon in the society considering their holistic training back in SASSE with moral and spiritual values the cornerstone of their stay there, power grabbing, gross disobedience and disrespect were the least things many would have expected.

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