Ambazonia Leader Sisiku Ayuktabe Dissolves Sako Caretaker Government, Re-installs Own Cabinet
By NFOR Hanson NCHANJI
The Leader of Ambazonia revolution, Sisiku Julius Ayuktabe, has from his jail office in Kondengui, dissolved the current Acting Interim Government led by Dr Samuel Sako and re-instituted the cabinet which was in-charge of the interim government before their abduction on January 5, 2018. In a release from prison on May 2, 2019, which CNA obtained a copy, the incarcerated leader cited mismanagement , infighting among others.
He also said the Caretaker government lost focus in restoring the State of former British Southern Cameroons but engaged herself in mismanagement including human resources, “Considering that despite all efforts by well-meaning Ambazonians responding to my appeals to keep the Interim Government afloat by accommodating the Caretaker Cabinet while these issues of infighting in the struggle involving grave improprieties both in management of material and human resources are sorted out, the Caretaker Cabinet has lost the ability to reconcile our people and, in doing so, has imperiled the identity and mission of the Interim Government to complete the decolonization of Southern Cameroons through advancing our collective national interests. It is incumbent on me as Servant leadership Fiduciary to bring redress to the Southern Cameroonians-Ambazonians, to their struggle, and their nation, from their slow descent into a footnote of our own history.” The statement read.
Sisiku Ayuktabe further warned that no one should do ‘business’ with the current Caretaker government because they have been declared incompetent.
“I hereby declare and direct that the Caretaker Cabinet is forthwith dissolved and that the Cabinet as was in office on January 5th 2018, when myself and parts of the leadership were abducted, be reconstituted, restored and reactivated. All changes that were made post our abduction are hereby placed on moratorium as of the date of signature of this order.
Southern Cameroonians-Ambazonians and the entire world are hereby notified that any individual or group thereof, dealing with whomever other than the Cabinet as constituted and restored by this order, shall do so at their own risk.” He said.
The statement further stated that, “The Country & Regional Coordinators, Members of the Restoration Council, Representatives of the Local Government Areas of Ambazonia (LGA Reps), County Structures, the Ambazonia Security Council (ASC), the Ambazonia Department of SelfDefense (DoD) and all Nationalist Movements are enjoined to individually and collectively give full effect to this order.”
Sisiku Ayuktabe however thanked Dr Samuel Sako who assumed interim leadership since their abduction “Special thanks to the Acting President and to all Ambazonians who have served in previous Cabinets and who currently serve on any other revolutionary platform for your continued dedication to the struggle.”
He called on all activists to direct their focus on continuing to bring awareness to the plight of their suffering people and the atrocities of the enemy. “And we urge our people at home to remain grounded and vigilant in the aspirations of our independence . Further directives shall be issued in the days ahead.” Sisiku concluded.
This dissolution comes barely two days after Dr Samuel Sako appointed new members into the cabinet. Dr Sako has been widely accused of mismanagement of funds contributed by Diasporas for the upkeep off the revolution.