Breaking: Ekema Patrick fires at church leaders, says they should face “full consequences” if found guilty for “misappropriation of funds”

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The lord mayor of the Buea municipality, Ekema Patrick Esunge today 30th July was on CRTV’s Cameroon calling cross views slot following long absence from the spotlight due to fake certificate scandal attributed to his name which went viral online for the past weeks

But the political Maradona was not out this time to defend his name and set the records straight, he was rather out to give his views with respect to ongoing case between parent’s consortium and church leaders.

The Buea based mayor who is also a Christian with the Presbyterian church lashed out at church leaders including his own, the PCC moderator for failing to pay teachers during strike actions and yet not refunding the money paid by parents to the churches, accusing them of what he called “misappropriation of funds”

Mr Ekema made it clear that the parents consortium presently battling the legal battle are suing proprietors of schools not church leaders and if a church leader happens to be a proprietor, then the said  leader should stand for it.

The no nonsense Ekema was in no consolatory tone when he said that the church leaders should face “full consequences” in courts including jail time if they are found guilty for shutting their doors and keeping children out of school despite having  had paid their entire fees for the last academic year

He concluded by saying that the proprietor of schools should come up with a reimbursement plan to pay back parents who had paid some portion of money which has not been consumed”

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  1. Jonathan Ngwa on

    You just failed to report the news. The news should be about Ekema and his academic history and not Church leaders. All people are interested in is whether his legal prescriptions for the church leaders should be applied to him as well. We all know most of our mainstream churches are noted for their meticulous book keeping and accounts will be established as things return to normal. Will Ekema want such accounts to be balanced on his own academic matters too? That is what the news should be about.

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