A consortium of Cameroonian democratic forces in the diaspora has given President Biya an ultimatum to quit the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva before midnight today the 7th of October or face severe consequences. A statement made public by the London chapter of the movement noted that Biya has 48 hours beginning today to leave Geneva and return to Cameroon.
In the press release, the leaders wondered aloud that they were at a loss to see that Mr Biya returned to Switzerland in his lavish suite at the Intercontinental Hotel, where he is with his whole family ever since he left the UN general assembly meeting.
The group decried the fact that while all the other leaders from around the world went home to care for their respective countries, Paul Biya instead headed to his cosy Intercontinental hotel from where he has been appointing and dismissing top government officials.
The diaspora movement also revealed that since the beginning of 2016, Paul Biya has stayed at least 3 times in Geneva reported to the Cameroonian people as “short private stay” which ends up being long, expensive and unnecessary. The communique also stated that Paul Biya is president of Cameroon and not of Switzerland, and as such, he must direct Cameroon from Unity Palace in Yaounde, not the Intercontinental hotel in Geneva.
Cameroon Intelligence Report understands the fortune squandered for his pleasures in Geneva and his monarchical lifestyle are not compatible with the state of despair in the Cameroonian nation. The signatories of the document also made it clear that If President Biya so much love Switzerland at the expense of Cameroon, he must assert his rights to retire and settle there. Massive demonstrations in front of the hotel have been planned and a law firm in Swiss has been contacted to evict President Biya soonest from the Intercontinental Hotel in Geneva.
By Chi Prudence Asong