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Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Has Been Talking To Biya’s Director Of Cabinet, Regime Wants To Arrest Me-Barrister Fru John Nsoh

Douala (National Times)-The sacked lead counsel of Cameroon’s  jailed separatists’ leaders Fru John Nsoh has insisted that the self-declared President of Ambazonia, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe has been speaking to Biya’s Director of Cabinet without the knowledge of the  legal team.

In a recent telephone interview to granted to Douala-based Equinoxe television from the United States, the lawyer insisted that Sisiku Ayuk has been meeting with the Director of the Civil Cabinet at the Presidency, Samuel Mvondo Ayolo. He said  Sisiku has failed to disclose the content of his discussion with Biya’s emissary. “Our President (Sisiku Ayuk Tabe) has been compromised by La Republique,” he said.

The Barrister-at-Law alleged that Sisiku’s decision to dismiss the acting government of Ambazonia is not unconnected to his meetings with Samuel Mvondo.

He said it was because of the growing suspicion that he decided to blow the alarm so that Sisiku can be pressurised to speak out. On his decision to break the news only in the United States, Fru John said “it is where the stake holders are.”

Barrister Fru also alleged that state security agents have been trailing him from the United States to the Charles Degaulle airport in France. He claim the operatives were to continue with him where a car was waiting to take him to an unknown destination in Cameroon. He said when he got hint of the news, he refrained from boarding the plane to Cameroon and with the help of other ‘Ambazonia activists’ returned back to the States. He however promised to comeback and defend his decision why he spoke out on the alleged meeting between Sisiku and Mvondo.

According to him, no Lawyer is supposed to dismiss another Lawyer from the defence team. He argued that the decision was taking by just a handful of the Lawyers and some in the defence team were not aware of the press outing wherein he was dismissed by some of his collaborators.

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