By Beltha Mokube
The effervescence is growing and it’s expected the ambience would be distributed evenly! The long awaited Book Launch of runaway Cameroonian Member of Parliament would finally take place today – Saturday January 12, 2018 at exactly 8PM Cameroon Time, 7PM London Time, by then, it would’ve been 2PM in Washington DC, USA.
According to information contained in a Press Release signed by Dr. A. Motor – Coordinator of the Hon Wirba Support Team that’s charged with the follow up on the Book Launch, the event would take place at Conel College of Haringey, N15 4RU London in the United Kingdom.
According to same Release, the book – WirbaForce also dubbed The Force of Truth in the Defense of Southern Cameroons is expected upon its release to the public to present an overview of the ongoing Crisis in the two English-speaking Regions of Cameroon now preferred Ambazonia.
The author, Hon Wirba Joseph Mbiydzenyuy born into the household of the warriors of Mbisha-Kwe’ebiri, Rohntong, in Jakiri, Bui Division of West Cameroon as he prefers calling it other than the North West Region would be always remembered for his stunning and audacious speech in the Cameroon Parliament in December of 2018.
On that memorable day, on the heels of increasing hostilities in the two English-speaking regions, as Wirba’s call for a lasting solution was consistently rejected, he reiterated the phrase; When Injustice Becomes Law, Resistance Becomes A Duty, a Thomas Jefferson phrase that has now been abbreviated after his name; WIRBA;
W – When
I – Injustice Becomes Law
R – Resistance
B – Becomes
A – A Duty.
Although there’s no ‘A’ in the original quote by Former American President Thomas Jefferson, lovers and admirers of the Hon Wirba have modified it to fit in his name. Admired by most, if not all of Southern Cameroonians, Wirba, 59, is first Cameroonian Lawmaker to have resigned from Parliament following the Anglophone Crisis. His Book Launch is coming only four days after his 59th birthday.
Eric Tataw for National Telegraph, USA
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