The Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime has developed a nebulous plan towards foiling and destabilizing the present momentum building among Anglophones. It has been revealed that the political elites of the South West and North West region have been given directives to start fanning the flames of the North West/South West divide as seen through a report published on Cameroun-Info.Net invoking the South West minority problem.
Cameroon Intelligence Report was reliably informed that the Francophone regime’s diabolic harsh plot has a hydra-headed plan which inter alia includes rumours of arms importation via the Federal of Nigeria and the spreading of rumours of lawyers and teachers being bribed.
Anglophone servicemen and women in the secret service including the gendermarie have been handed guns to secretly deposit them at the residences of some union leaders and then arrest them on that charge and organize kangaroo military tribunals to try and sentence them to life imprisonment. We also recently gathered intelligence that Yaoundé plans to sack all Anglophone top officials including the Prime Minister and replace them with new stooges to guarantee their continues domination of the politics of the country.
CPDM social media experts with the support of some mobile phone providers such as MTN have posted Prof Paul Goghomo’s visit to Bamenda on today the 6th of December and spreading rumours of bags of money he’s bringing along to bribe union leaders. The corrupt and the corruptible will fall for this bait but the Anglophone struggle is more than money and supersedes the North West/South West Francophone creation.
These repeated allegations through text messages and radio talk shows are intended to wear out the people and discredit the leaders. The same source indicated that the meeting with Francophone union leaders in the Star Building was intended to destabilize the Anglophone education holdup. Yaoundé will do anything within its power to isolate Anglophones of all possible sympathizers among Francophones.
Whipping up xenophobic sentiments is part of the game plan. That was exactly what Tchiroma and others tried to do on the 20th of November 2016.
By Rita Akana