17, February 2019
What a way to start the week in Southern Cameroons-Ambazonia – settling down to watch one of the major events of the Southern Cameroons revolution that affects your donations to the Interim Government.
In his presentation, the Secretary for Economy and Finance will make public the Interim government’s spending for the war in Southern Cameroons.
Here is an essential guide to readers of the Cameroon Concord News and Cameroon Intelligence Report.
When is the Secretary’s Statement?
It is on Monday, 18 of February, at about 8 pm Amba Time on SCBC
Five things to watch for in Secretary Tabenyang Brado’s Statement
The presentation will be base on a rebuttal of the spurious and slanderous statements towards his integrity.
Focus will be on the Treasury, Bank accounts/ payment platforms signatories and access,
Financial Reports, Internal Audit, My Trip to Buea, Ethics Commission, Accountability/Transparency,
APNC involvement and why President Sissiku Julius Ayuk Tabe spoke from jail
Who is Ambazonia Secretary for Economy and Finance?
Arguably, the third most powerful person in the Southern Cameroons government, behind Communications Secretary, Chris Anu and Acting President Ikome Sako. He was appointed as Secretary for Economy and Finance by President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe
Is this the only Economy and Finance presentation that matters?
No. Many issues regarding the state of the Southern Cameroons revolution, as well as support for the county-by-county initiative. Expect more on those in the coming weeks.
What are the big talking points?
The Tabenyang Brado presentation comes hot on the heels of a major crisis deep within the Interim Government during which Communications Secretary Chris Anu announced he was stepping down from his cabinet portfolio.
The Secretary for Economy and Finance needs to raise extra money somehow and tomorrow provides him that opportunity.
The Ambazonian Interim Government has committed to funding Ground Zero operations via the county-by-county initiative and the IG intends to help weaker counties. Ministers have indicated it will be funded by the Southern Cameroons Diaspora, so all eyes are on the Secretary for Economy and Finance for a solution.
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai in London