Chris Anu relieved of his duties as Ambazonian Secretary of State for Communications and Information Technology


Former Secretary of State for Communications and Information Technology Chris Anu has been relieved of his duties

Staff Reporter

JOHANNESURG – The movement fighting for the freedom of the South Cameroons, also known as the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, has relieved its Secretary of State for Communications and Information Technology of his duties.

In a statement released Thursday, Dabney Yerima, Vice President of the “Interim Government of Ambazonia”, revealed that he had relieved Mr Chris Anu of his duties, following the latter’s May 25th ABC TV broadcast message that he would not work under the leadership of incarcerated Ambazonian President Sisiku AyukTabe.

He has been replaced in the role by Under Secretary of the same department, Mr Milton Taka, who takes over on a temporary capacity.

“In a follow-up letter issued on 26 May 2019, Vice President Dabney Yerima notified Chris Anu that by rejecting the call to duty, he had given up his position as Secretary of State for Communications and Information Technology (SoS DCIT),” read the statement signed by Yerima.

“Accordingly, Cde Chris Anu no longer speaks for the Interim Government and the people of Ambazonia. Henceforth, whatever he says in the name of the revolution whether on his ABC TV, Facebook page or any other media platform should be considered as his personal opinion, which he is entitled to.

“Any attempts to publicly articulate any views as representing the position of the Interim Government would be treated as gross misrepresentation with all the consequences associated thereto. While we appreciate his service and contribution to our struggle, we also cannot overlook his mounting excesses which have become a liability to the revolution. We trust that he will continue to play a useful role in the revolution as a private citizen.”

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