La Republique du Cameroun has never had such an incompetent and corrupt president as they have today in the person of Paul Biya. A former aide to the 86 year old leader recently told Cameroon Concord News Group that “Biya should be arrested, brought into the streets of Yaoundé, openly disgraced and shot.”
The French Cameroun dictator faces an unending political crisis in Southern Cameroons including the re-emergence of the Nigerian Islamic sect, Boko Haram. However, he continues to run every aspect of the nation without due process or fairness or any legal rights.
Whatever Biya wants, Biya gets! And of course he and the chartered members of his ruling CPDM crime syndicate have never been held to account for their crimes in Southern Cameroons which includes killing of thousands of innocent Ambazonia citizens and raping and harassment of women. Now he uses the word terrorist to describe genuine opposition directed at him.
Biya has constantly been modifying the constitution of the nation and we of this publication believe that he no longer has a clue what the Constitution requires of the president of the republic. Biya has committed high crimes and misdemeanors. His kinsmen and women including some of his supporters see his being in power as God-sent and the most magnificent win any tribe could have experienced.
This is of course incredibly offensive to Southern Cameroonians who are people with a conscience and who believe in the rule of law. The Ambazonia resistance and quest for an independent nation is a very serious moment in La Republique du Cameroun’s history.
La Republique du Cameroun has never had such an incompetent, oafish, intellectually challenged leader as Yaounde have today. Soon and very soon, even his Beti Ewondo supporters will be forced to see how dangerous he is to the so-called one and indivisible Cameroon.
Not all of Biya beneficiary- supporters will abandoned this sinking CPDM ship, but eventually more and more members of the French Cameroun army will be looking out for their own best interests, and hopefully the interests of La Republique du Cameroun.
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai