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Lawyer of imprisoned anglophone leaders says anglophones abroad are using consortium leaders to make money!

According to the Guardian post Newspaper released today May 30th 2017, Barrister Ben Muna, the Lead Counsel of the Consortium leaders has confirmed the imminent release of Barrister Agbor Balla and Dr Fontem Neba. He also mentioned that Anglophone activists who are now resident abroad, who are opposing their release should come to Cameroon and replace them in jail. He later on revealed that several anglophones abroad are enriching themselves using the names of the consortium leaders. See newspaper headlines below:

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