Awah Cletus Fobuzie, a Bamenda based business magnet popularly known as AC Risky is reported to have been picked up by Law Enforcement officials in Bamenda. It is alleged Awah C Fobuzie alias AC Risky was arrested yesterday, June 3, 2012 for masterminding acts of vandalism. Confidential sources have hinted that AC Risky was exposed by the fact that he led the unauthorized protest march staged by some 23 vandals in Bamenda to disrupt the 44th Annual General Meeting of the Cameroon Co-operative Credit Union League-CamCCUL. It is alleged that AC Risky was leading a group of vandals and consequently the administration after questioning some vandals discovered the act as a threat to peace in the North West Region. Assertions are ubiquitous that if such an act would have gone out of hand, Azam and NFC would have being at risk. However, all attempts to get in touch with AC Risky on phone could not yield any fruits yet confidential sources hinted that a certain Judith Awondo is also under strict surveillance on the same charges. Yet, it is alleged that everything was being staged managed from Ntarinkon for obvious reasons.
It is feared that if the vandals had invaded the premises of Azam Hotel, where CamCCUL was holding its 44th Annual General Meeting, it would have generated into chaos and destruction especially of NFC we were hinted. Yet, hearsay comments are rife that the whole scheme was intended catapult a certain Anye Judith presently the President of Azire Co-operative Credit Union LTD to the helm of CamCCUL, yet it flopped woefully. However, rumour is widespread in Bamenda that those who spearheaded the act of vandalism were promised as much as 500 million FCFA as compensations; notwithstanding, another school of thought holds that since there is no smoke without fire, the latter could not be dashed out completely. Yet we also gathered that AC Risky and Co had hired the premises of Azam Hotel to hold a meeting which sources say was also banned by the administration.
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