The Right Royal President Paul Biya is basically surrounded by Betis and he speaks of national unity and national integration. By some strange happenstance, our Anglophone lawyers and teachers still believe in a man who governs as a tribal chief.
— the Secretary General at the Presidency Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh is a Fang-Beti-Bulu from the East.
— the director of the Civil cabinet and his deputy, Belinga Eboutou and Joseph Le, are both Fang-Beti-Bulu.
— the Army Chief of Staff General Claude Meka is a Beti.
— the Minister of Defence, Beti Assomo is also a Fang-Beti-Bulu.
— the Director of Protocol, Simon Pierre Bikélé, a Beti.
— President Biya’s aide-de-camp, Joseph Fouda is a Beti,
— the Concierge of the Unity Palace, Foé Ndi is a Beti.
— Drivers and guards at the palace are all Betis
Even when President Biya appoints someone else, he makes sure he sprinkles the person with “Beti”; this is called duplicate tactics. Here is the proof:
— the Secretary general of the Senate and former Finance Minister, Michel Meva’a Meboutou is a Beti,
— the First Vice President of the National Assembly, Hilarion Etong, a Beti.
— the Secretary General at the Prime Minister’s office – Magloire Seraphin Fouda, a Beti.
— Speaking of Cameroonian ambassadors abroad, 7 out of 10 are Betis.
— Speaking of CEOs of public and parastatal enterprises 1 in 2 is Beti.
It is hard to tell how Anglophones have survive this regime in the last 34 years. It’s time for a Southern Cameroons state.
Paul Ngu Yong