Spy turned Prime Minister says Yaounde cannot accept federalism
Bongo square in Buea hosted militants hired from all over La Republique du Cameroun on Tuesday December 6, 2016 for a meeting of the ruling CPDM crime syndicate. The rally was summoned by a Francophone spy turned Prime Minister, Philemon Yang. It was intended to solemnly declare the position of the ruling party that Anglophone demands and mood manifestations that paralyzed activities in the English-speaking part of the country were inconsequential.
Two Francophone surrogates; Peter Mafany Musonge, and Philemon Yang including a certain Jean Nkueté, addressed the numerous pro Biya comedians who communion in Buea. Jean Nkueté whose children all live abroad said social media amplified what exactly happened. He blamed the Anglophone Diaspora for the crises and hinted that they were enemies of the Cameroonian nation “who are taking advantage of the tensions in Buea and Bamenda to destabilize the country.”
A frustrated Senator and former Prime Minister Peter Mafany Musonge reassured the public that the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo government was seeking solutions to the demands made by the lawyers and teachers and called on the trade unions to end their strike.
Philemon Yang, the Head of Government, angered Anglophone CPDM party militants when he observed that the issue of returning to federalism is totally rejected by Yaoundé. After Buea, the Prime Minister and the Secretary General of the CPDM will travel tomorrow Thursday, December 8, 2016 to the city of Bamenda, in the North West Region, for a similar meeting.
By Rita Akana in Buea
08/12/2016 @ 11:15
Why should teargas be the daily life of the Bamenda population? Some as poisonous as one whole week on the dropped sports! The government should hearken to the voice of the people if they are really open to dialogue. Why has the head of the country been silent when a fraction his government cherishes is seeking secesion and is rather merrying in his state house?