Anti-sardine gang: Is Remy Ngono working in collaboration with the government?

In fact, this is what a former BAS ( Brigade anti-sardinad) member in France is trying to demonstrate. Junior Zogo says that he has evidence through which, J. Remy Ngono, however an active member of this organization secretly maintains good relations with the government for ulterior reasons.

And suddenly, it’s almost an end of friendship between these two. Clearly, it is now the trench war between the two men. Internal quarrels now punctuate relations between former members of the BAS and active members of this organization of Cameroonian diaspora opposed to the Yaoundé regime.

Revelations against J. Remy Ngono

In a direct broadcast recently on his Facebook page, Junior Zogo, who dissented from this organization, attacks virulently against J. Remy Ngono, a fervent activist of the said organization. In addition to crisp revelations, which are impossible to verify at the moment, the former police commissioner, now a civil servant in France, divulges a conversation in which the consultant for Radio Foot Internationale on RFI says he is ready to negotiate with the Yaoundé regime which it defends however. Junior Zogo calls Remy Ngono a traitor and calls on BAS officials to separate from him.

J. Remy Ngono, who has already reacted to a first attack, promises to make a new direct in the coming days as a response.

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