Prof Kamto’s Victory: A nation in denial
When he entered the Bakassi affair, he did not demand a contract or fees, he was a CAMEROONIAN
When he risked his life 3 times as part of the trip for the Cameroonian border studies in the context of this case, he was CANEROONIAN
When he brilliantly led the technical delegation to The Hague, which led to a favourable verdict on October 10, 2002, he was a CAMEROONIAN
When he was appointed Minister Delegate to have the same official rank as the Nigerian Chief Negotiator, he was a CAMEROONIAN
When he refuses to be in the government car service and fly in first class, he was seriously Cameroonian.
When he brilliantly managed the negotiations that led to the GREEN TREE agreements, he was a CAMEROONIAN
When he decides to run for the supreme office, to be the Head Of State, one suddenly remembers that he is BAMILÉKÉ, and that despite his competence, his is impeccable and the project of our society and his almost perfect political program, can’t come fruiting because he is BAMILEKE.
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