Militants of the ruling CPDM crime syndicate have called on the 84 year-old French Cameroun dictator who has governed the nation for 35 years to run for the next presidential election scheduled for October. 2018.
These numerous appeals were made on Monday, November 6, 2017, during various meetings organized by corrupt French Cameroun political elites, as part of festivities marking the 35th anniversary of the accession to power of President Biya.
The pro- President Biya comedians chanted slogans such as “Paul Biya, the man of peace, Paul Biya offers stability of Cameroon and national unity and Paul Biya, the father of the nation.”
In presenting the empty balance sheet of President Biya, CPDM militants, evoked freedom of expression, the consolidation of peace, the tripartite of 1991 which led to the reform of the 1972 constitution and the adoption of a new basic law in 1996.
Some of the CPDM members even cited major works which they claimed were in progress, in particular the deep Kribi sea port, the 2nd bridge over the Wouri and the numerous dams under construction or already delivered in French Cameroun.
For its part, the French Cameroun opposition has repeatedly described President Biya as a prominent and successful failure. To many, President Biya remains a political disaster that has been around for 35 years. The CPDM has been banned in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia and has also been listed as a terrorist organisation.
By Sama Ernest, CIR