Over a week after the murder of the North West regional delegare of penitentiary administration, the victim’s family have been pointing fingers.
Kigha Theodore Kume was shot dead alongside three junior colleagues as they returned to the regional headquarter, Bamenda from Nkambe in the Donga Mantung division.
Zionness Kume, one of the sisters to the late Prison boss has spoken out on the issue.
She has called out her sister, Immaculate Kume for sponsoring separatist fighters.
“The Anglophone crisis,” Zionness said, “… is a fight against the successful Anglophones. The failed terrorists are targeting their brothers and sisters who are successful”.
She went on to describe the movement as “an ocultic group led by power mongers who will stop at nothing to aquire cheap fame and power even if it depends on their brother or sister’s blood”.
She has asked those in the United States of America and Europe supporting the separatist fighters to watch their backs.
“… My brother was a very humble and peaceful person, sadly enough his own sister sponsored the terrorists and bought the gun they used to kill my brother and dismember his body. I pray my mother survives this,” she added.
Immaculate Kume herself has not been quiet over her brother’s death.
The diaspora-based activist who too is a renowned supporter of the separatist movement promised them hell for gunning down her brother.
Theodore Kume is one of many persons tortured and killed by separatist fighters since the Anglophone crisis escalated into an armed conflict five years ago.