Late John Ngu Foncha’s family has dissociated themselves from the now CPDM sycophant, Dr. Santos Nicholas Nguh, who famously claimed, as he announced his candidacy for the CPDM section president, USA, that he is one of the grandsons of Late Dr. John Ngu Foncha.
The family of the late Former Prime Minister of Southern Cameroons has come out against the claims, calling him an imposter.
In a disclaimer published by Barrister Valentine Ngu, of the Foncha’s family, he made it clear that the family of Dr. John Ngu Foncha has no alignment nor relation with Dr. Santos Nicholas.
“He is neither a grandson, nor a member of the family of late Dr. John Ngu Foncha, nor does he have any connections with the family,” he revealed.
The statement went further by requesting Dr. Nicholas Santos to cease and desist from making filial claims to the late PM’s family, threatening to seek legal actions in a situation where harm is suffered as a result of the claims.
The disclaimer by the Foncha’s family comes after Dr. Nicholas Santos, who was a former supporter of the Southern Cameroon’s cause, defected and confirmed himself as a new militant of the ruling CPDM party.
He was also in New Jersey, in the United States where he announced his candidacy to run as the CPDM section president for the USA.