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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Silence of Paul Biya: here are the explanations of the Deputy Director of the Civil Cabinet

Cameroonians have not heard from their president since the outbreak of the health crisis caused by Covid-19. Several sources close to the President of the Republic had mentioned the defective state of health of Paul Biya. The latter would be evacuated to Switzerland by a medical plane a few days ago. These claims have been denied by the Biya government, which loudly proclaims the perfect health of the octogenarian president. To understand the silence of Paul Biya even during periods of crisis, it is necessary to have recourse to the texts of OSWALD BABOKE, Deputy Director of the Civil Cabinet of the Presidency of Cameroon.

“Silence is its shadow. He knows that if speech is silver, silence is gold. To govern for decades is already a political victory, without appeal, which the people renew to him. Rigor, justice, common interest, solidity and solidarity are the leitmotifs characterizing its seven years. Do those who imagine him broken with the task and worn out by the weight of the years know to what point this statesman, who lived moderately and without excess, took care of his bodily and intellectual hygiene? Is it necessary to rub it to realize it? The Sphinx has never been a worn-out octogenarian. Its physical freshness retains its radiance. Despite the passage of time, he is still kind and charming. Like a mage, he is up to date. His age is authoritative. Besides,

Today he has the wise age of politics: Clairvoyant, Experienced, empirical, seasoned, trained, experienced, expert. He is straight, skillful, upright, lively and sporty. Customary of functions at very high temperatures, PAUL BIYA keeps an alert memory. The President knows his files, and recognizes his priorities. He manages his time. He has a passion for the times. Le Temps du Président cannot be improvised or tamed. Haste and agitation are not signs of vitality for him. His clock does not dither. His complex mutiny is a rigorous program, better, a vision. Let it be known, its apparent slowness is not a sign of indecision, but of reflection, weighting, and maturation. Matured thinking precedes action. His restraint is an asset of wisdom”,


Source: Cameroonweb.com


Reveals: here is the man contacted to write the obituary for Paul Biya

While a thick mystery remains about the life or death of Paul Biya, in a recent message, the post-colonial theorist philosopher, political scientist, historian and university professor explains that he was seized for the writing of the obituary of the Cameroonian president.

Cameroonvoice offers you the full text 

Since midnight yesterday, South Africa as a whole has experienced an abrupt halt. If yesterday seemed to be circulating, today we are all called to stay put, at home. Most of life has moved inside the walls, behind the barricades and other electric fences. This will be the case for three weeks. We therefore enter a kind of dark area with our eyes open, in the hope that there will be an “after”, but also aware of the fact that many, unfortunately, will not pass through the needle hole. At the same time, yesterday's activities continue. I receive the reading note from BRUTALISME signed by Catherine Poitevin. It is published in the issue of PHILOSOPHIE MAGAZINE dated April 1, 2020 and is entitled "A world of brutes". 

Other news includes the BRUTALISME Turkish translation assignment contract with ILETISM editions, and the Portuguese translation assignment for European territory with ANTIGONA editions. Also worth noting is a long interview with Diogo BERCITO to be published earlier this week in the largest Brazilian daily newspaper. But on this first day of confinement, the most astonishing information is undoubtedly the following.

In the middle of the afternoon, I receive a written message from one of the largest news agencies in the world. I am asked if I would agree to contribute to the drafting of the “obituary” of the President of the Republic of Cameroon, Mr. Paul BIYA. I am told that the request may seem strange, but that such notices, written during the person's lifetime, are commonplace. I knew it. I do not wish death to the Cameroonian Head of State. Contributing, while he is still alive, to writing his obituary does not suit me at all. 

Last news. Professor Thandika MKANDAWIRE died early this morning in Stockholm. A renowned economist, Thandika had long been the Executive Secretary of CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa). I had replaced him in this function in 1996. He had subsequently pursued an eminent career in several research institutions, including the London School of Economics in England. Thandika has been in all the great fights for African emancipation since the 1970s. A tireless witness and intelligent and relentless protagonist, he leaves behind a huge work, most of which is unfortunately little known in French. Originally from Malawi, he was one of those citizens of Africa whose entire life has been a long and fruitful journey around the world. May he rest in peace with the Ancestors.


Source: Cameroonvoice.com

Cameroon: by mistake, gendarmerie shoots an apprentice driver

A driver and his assistant in charge of loading the goods, called "motorboy" as is customary in the jargon specific to this sector of activity, transported in their truck, sacks of flour in the direction of Garoua Boulaï.

On leaving Awae, the two stopped after finding that the tarpaulin of the truck which covered the flour had been torn apart. This is how the "motorboys" will take their places in the back of the truck to control the goods. 

The police are mistaken 

While the victim was in the back of the vehicle, a pickup from the Mengang gendarmerie arises. Seeing the "motorboys" doing their job, they will think they are dealing with a thief. Thus, one of the elements of the brigade will draw his weapon and shoot two bullets on the young man who will die a few minutes later, relates the media consultant.

Panicked after realizing their irreparable blunder, the gendarmes will drive the truck driver to the cell and the truck to the pound. 

The "motorboys" were put in the morgue of Akonolinga pending investigations. Meanwhile, despite the wrath of the owner of the truck who arrived on the scene, the gendarmes maintain a version according to which the driver and the "motorboys" were trying to steal the goods from where their intervention, specifies David Eboutou. 

In a show of solidarity, the transporters' union is organizing to take this matter to the highest level so that justice can be done.


Source: Lebledparle.com


Etoudi: 'The cult of the person of Paul Biya, a solid guarantee of the regime'


It is in an environment dominated by a spirit of national solidarity around the fight against the Cov id-19, that the death of the President of the Republic is announced by diaspora activists on social networks.

The canvas went crazy last Wednesday by bending under a sly wind that was blowing against the expectations of Cameroonians, reconciled for a time in unshakable faith in the fight against Covid-19. By the end of yesterday morning, many were Cameroonians who wondered what will not have worked so that on the virtual place they are served information of such a dimension or such a magnitude without, however, in the early hours of the day, any authority from the Republic do not deign to get up to bring a scathing denial to this networking attempt to put a hasty end to the life of the first Cameroonian. Everything and left on the canvas of a direct from the activist Max Senior Ivoire, who from Paris sought a maximum of audience before dropping the "bomb" of the evening. 

He admitted having received a call from him attesting that the patriarch had left. Emotions, full questions on the web at a time when many wonder if it is not intoxicating when the Bas has always had very difficult, very unfriendly relationships with the Head of State during his recent visits in Europe, notably in Lyon and Geneva. To complicate matters, the silence of Paul Biya, his absence ahead of the scene to personally communicate to his fellow citizens his great faith to defeat the Covid-19, he who is the operational commander in the war against this demonic virus, will have obviously favored the air hole in which the activists will have thrown themselves to tarnish at such a level the presence of the presidential image. This situation is further exacerbated by the practices and practices in use in recent times in all the countries of the world where we have seen all the Presidents of the Republic take up the niche in Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas in war against the Wuhan virus. The latest, is Malian President Ibrahim Boubakar Keita who immediately reacted when the first cases were detected in his country two days ago. 

Reaction

We can repeat the question over and over to better understand the foundations of such a hazardous release compared to the official version known yesterday. Would they have surfed on this presidential absence to conclude suddenly and hastily to his death? It goes without saying that all the government measures put in place were initiated by Paul Biya himself as confessed by the various ministers, starting from Dion Ngute in Manaouda Malachie, René Emmanuel Sadi or Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe, all are recovering to Paul Biya, taking their communication from his high instructions. As far as we know, Paul Biya is stingy in public communication, experienced in the task of two communications per year, February 10 and December 31. Have activists lost sight of this reality? The government reaction fell yesterday afternoon, coming from the Ministry of Communication. It is not as one would have expected, René Emmanuel Sadi himself who reacted but one of his close collaborators in the person of Charles Atangana Manda, the head of the Division of the Observatory of the media and public opinion who signed the press release on behalf of Mincom. "The Minister of Communication assures the national and international community, especially internet users, of the excellent form of the Head of State", can we retain as the quintessence of this communication. the head of the Media and Public Opinion Observatory Division who signed the press release on behalf of Mincom. "The Minister of Communication assures the national and international community, especially internet users, of the excellent form of the Head of State", can we retain as the quintessence of this communication. the head of the Media and Public Opinion Observatory Division who signed the press release on behalf of Mincom. "The Minister of Communication assures the national and international community, especially internet users, of the excellent form of the Head of State", can we retain as the quintessence of this communication.

Addressing the attention of the national and international community, in particular Internet users from Cameroon and around the world, he affirms that a “hurluberlu who says he lives in France (in Paris), and who calls himself“ Kamwa the panther , (or at least a nickname which is similar to that) is unfortunately to be of those fellow citizens who have lost sense and values ​​of all things, and who live from pervasive fantasies and inadmissible vomit that they put on the Motherland . Obviously, we understand that it is out of contempt that Mincom would not have wanted to react personally. 

As in 2004… 

“In critical moments like today, the only voice capable of mobilizing the troops is that of the commander-in-chief, but where is he? ", 

Blaise Wokam posted on his Facebook page yesterday. "The only voice capable of mobilizing the troops is that of the commander-in-chief, but where is," he said. "Since yesterday, news not too far from a big short buzz, announcing the death of Paul Biya. For those Cameroonians subscribed to my platform, never fall into speculation or emotion. Being seriously ill does not mean that you are dead. But if such a rumor becomes reality, we will not be long in informing you, ”he promises to his followers. On the other hand, others on the web claim that the Cameroonian number one is seriously ill, and that he flew the day before yesterday night in a medical plane in the direction of Switzerland. 

As in 2004 when a crazy rumor had given him for dead, the public is eagerly awaiting his reaction to follow the peak he will launch against those who wish and wait for him to leave this world. To those, he had already given them an appointment in twenty years for his funeral. He, the ghost, had greeted them well, and everyone understood that he had not appreciated this state of affairs at all. The question of decency and ethics in politics arises here with all its acuteness. Is it appropriate to wish or to rejoice at the death of a political adversary? Since every man is mortal, what good is it to wish for his inevitable death?


Source: 237online.com

Royal Palace confirms Queen Elizabeth tests positive for coronavirus

UNITED KINGDOM- Queen Elizabeth II has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, Buckingham Palace confirmed in a shocking release a few minutes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed he tested positive for coronavirus.

News of the Queen testing positive for COVID-19 does not come as a surprise since there was a possibility that she could have been exposed by the virus during one of her weekly meetings with Prime Minister Boris Johnson who tested positive  days ago.

Buckingham Palace revealed the monarch held a face-to-face with Mr. Johnson on March 11.  

Her health, the palace added, remains good and stable though she has shown mild symptoms of the novel coronavirus. 

In a brief statement, the palace said:  “HMQ has also tested positive and is currently self-isolating at Windsor Castle. The Queen came into contact with the PM on the 11th March and is following all the appropriate advice with regards to her welfare”.

“We will be sharing constant updates of the Queen’s welfare with the public in good fate. That will be all for now.”

On Wednesday, it was announced that Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, had tested positive for the coronavirus after showing mild symptoms. His office said that he was self-isolating at a royal estate in Scotland.

The Prince of Wales, who last met the Queen on March 12, continues to work at his desk in his Scottish residence, Birkhall, as he is only suffering from mild symptoms.  

The Queen, who left Buckingham Palace on March 19, looks set to spend the next few weeks of self-isolation at Windsor Castle with Prince Philip as she recovers from the virus.


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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Anglophone Crisis: fifteen houses set ablaze in Bokossa

Fifteen houses were set on fire in the English-speaking region of the South West on Sunday March 22, 2020.

According to some sources, these are acts originating from separatists. In addition to this material assessment, five people were kidnapped in the process. 

It was in the village of Bokossa located in the department of Meme that an attack was carried out against the inhabitants of this locality in the South-West-West region of Cameroon, on March 22. 

Attack in retaliation


A total of 14 houses were burned down and five people kidnapped, according to testimonies from the populations of this English-speaking area of ​​Cameroon. Some of them claim that it was a retaliatory attack by the separatist fighters. 

A victim reports: “at 6.15 am on Sunday March 22, 2020, I received a call informing me that my whole village was on fire and that villagers had been kidnapped and guess what? My parents' house was among the burnt houses and my mother is one of those who was kidnapped, ”said a witness, speaking on condition of anonymity. 

No claims have yet been registered and the hostages have not yet been released.


Source: actucameroun.com

After Biya: the debate is open


Observation is made, if President Paul Biya were to die, he would return to the president of the senate Marcel Niat Njifenji to assume the interim. The latter, 86 years old is in a month much better physical shape.

The rumor about the death of Paul Biya has spilled a lot of ink on the canvas since its broadcast on Tuesday. if some see a probable release after 37 years under the same regime, others, more skeptical about the authenticity of this news, see it as an opportunity to open a debate of funds on the interim in case Presidential vacations. 

According to the Cameroonian constitution, Marcel Niat Njifenji will have to ensure the succession of Paul Biya, president of the Republic since 1982, in the event of his resignation, death or proven incapacity. Questions arise as a result of the ability of the current President of the Senate to fulfill his mission. 

"What would be the situation in Cameroon if the president were to die since the one who is supposed to take power in the interim is himself a very sick man and we do not know where he is. We have not seen him preside over senat for almost two years ", asks Cameroonian politician Emmanuel Simh.

Marcele Niat Njifenji is the second personality of the Republic since June 12, 2013. He should organize the succession of Paul Biya in an interval of 20 to 40 days after if the supposed death were to be confirmed by the Constitutional Council. Marcel Niat Njifenji is sick. He has made two appearances since mid 2018, notably during the swearing in of Paul Biya in the aftermath of the 2018 election and this March 2020 on the occasion of the designation of the office of the Senate. He appeared thin and weak. His advanced age, 86 years old, one less than the head of state, does not help the situation. 

Marcel Niat Njifenji's armchair is put into play as part of the re-entry of the upper house in March. Doubts still remain as to the latter's candidacy for the election of the Senate office.


Source: Lebledparle.com


Powerful rant from Albert Dzongang to the 'immortals' of Yaoundé

In a recently published column, the Honorable Albert Dzongang vented his anger over the re-election of the bedridden Marcel Niat Njifendji as head of the upper house of Parliament.

" Every day the zombies who usurp power, more challenge the Cameroonian people. Supported by two human crutches at his exit from the plane which brought him back from Paris, defying the precautions that they themselves instituted, the rider Yeguié Djibril taunted the people to be re-elected to the post of president of the assembly of traitors of Cameroon. 

Only a few days after this simulacrum, his shaky bedridden counterpart in turn has just been taken back at the head of the thing called the Senate. We all saw him stammering with the wind a few steps to move towards his chair. Meanwhile, the gang leader, also addicted, taunts Cameroonians by pretending to be dead as usual, while he takes it easy in his village at the expense of the poor taxpayer. We still have the sad memory of the images of his passage in Lyon where we saw him humiliating Cameroon by his shrinking gait, unable to climb by himself the steps of the Palais de l'Élysée. It is therefore a trio of puppets remote controlled almost automatically by an insatiable thirst for power, which they are today, with regard to their old age, incapable of controlling. 

What is happening at this time is not only an insult to the people alone, but a thumbs up to the natural heirs who are biting their brakes while impatiently awaiting the transfer of power by mutual agreement from the hands of these people who their only political project is to construct in the common imagination the specter of fantasized immortality.

Cameroonian people, zombies challenge you; they entered into a long-term lease with the devil, at the cost of human sacrifice. Wake up and stand up to force your will to be respected. Let's not die from coronavirus without settling our accounts with them. They hope that this plague decimates us and thus, they will have won their bet with Lucifer; that of dying after us. Armed forces living forces, let's get together to liberate Cameroon. 

Let us prepare for the supreme sacrifice if necessary, to bequeath to future generations a new and dignified Cameroon.



Threats against Kamto: Abdelaziz Mounde Savage reply to Patrice Nganang

In a long correspondence addressed to his writer brother, the journalist and activist Abdelaziz Mounde is unleashed on Patrice Nganang. The one who shows his ingratitude while there was a time, he was trapped in the Biya regime, reminds him of the activist. Today, he is joining Kamto because he is no longer accepted in his movement. To the point of uttering threats. To this, Mounde says no, it will not be today or tomorrow. 'Maurice Kamto has nothing to pay you! Nothing ! Not even hap ', asserts the journalist.

Patrice Nganang does not support his separation from the Kamto Movement. This movement that he carried to the body to release Biya from power. Since the alternation today is idling with Kamto, he begins to sabotage him and even wants to create a party to compete with him and finish the 'work'. Abdelaziz asks him to temper his ardor. 

Here is the entire correspondence from Abdelaziz to Patrice 

Cher PATRICE NGANANG! 

You paid the electricity bill, the telephone bill, the metro bill or the expenses of which, when all these people mobilized to demand, rightly, your release? Has your earned salary as a teacher been redistributed to these citizens and people of goodwill around the world? 

In South Africa, when we gathered in Soweto, in memory of Mama Winnie Mandela, I saw thousands of proud South Africans each showing their scars, the consequences of bullets and charges from the racist police in Pretoria , when they stood up as one Man to defend Nelson, Winnie and all the apartheid prisoners. Without claiming anything. Without stick effects. Without bleeding every two days. Without the mbvoum of us Cameroonians!

Maurice Kamto has nothing to pay you! Nothing ! Not even hap ... !!!! When you get up for a cause, as we do like our elders from the 50s of the UPC, our martyrs and anti-colonial heroes, we don't hold out the bowl of Nkap! We do not wait to get angry with our friends of yesterday, whom we defended to the point of helping to instill, by spooky theories on the Bulu and infatuated remarks on ethnic groups in Cameroon, the venom of tribalism in public opinion, to tire us with nonsense of taxes in the United States. Although with this TV, many Cameroonians have "tontiné" ... 

For now, the name of our country, my country, the country of Manu Dibango, is CAMEROON! It is neither Ambazonia nor anything else. We will fight to change it and give it a name for the African humus as did Kaunda and Mugabe, from Zambia and Zimbabwe. But for the time being, the country is CAMEROON. 

So, a Cameroonian politician, whoever he is, who refuses to receive a group that does not recognize Cameroon as his country, with the attributes of an imaginary country has my support for this act! Na so ide! 

So, a Cameroonian politician who is viscerally against secession has my support for this option. Na or so so! 

So, any politician who is favorable to the release of prisoners of the so-called Anglophone crisis, so that an inclusive and sincere Dialogue will lead, within the framework of respect for the territorial integrity of CAMEROON ?? ??????, to a lasting resolution of this ancient problem, has my support.

If we are committed, do so with sincerity, clarity, consistency and brotherhood. Let's not be Bamileke at 12 p.m. and Bangangte at 6 p.m., depending on the reactions and actions of Maurice Kamto. Let's not be devout at 10 a.m. and heretic at 3 p.m. according to the choices of those we support. Let's not be Tanou at 8 a.m. and Tagne at 3 p.m., according to the hearings of the president of the MRC. The panther, the nzui, does not change dentures depending on the meat or the opponent ... 

Let us not be euphoric on May 18 in Paris, mocking the Mounde and other former stars of the marches in Paris and soporific on May 20, with digressions on the "moral compass" which nobody has the monopoly. Not even you, a writer of great talent, whose novels we read with pleasure and interest, who unfortunately has not the exclusivity of the use of the alphabet, invented millennia before our little egos, that the death of Manu Dibango, giant of the world, should help us cut back. 

Your brother A. Mounde Njimbam


Source: camerounweb.com


Death of Paul Biya: here's what Christian Penda Ekoka thinks

Through a publication on social networks on Friday March 27, 2020, Christian Penda Ekoko made a hilarious outing about rumors that the President of the Republic of Cameroon would no longer be of this world.

24 hours after Rumors of the death of Paul Biya, the ministry of communication denied twice. The first denial was made by a statement by the director of the media observatory, Charles Atangna Manda. The second formal denial was made through a press release by the Minister of Communication, René Emmanuel Sadi. The press release evokes remarks of a certain "Kamwa the Panther" by which would have left the rumor. It is also described as unbalanced.

On social networks, the president of the AGIR movement intervenes between the one who distilled the rumor and the Ministry of Communication and says he is confused, while thinking that the tenant of Etoudi is ''living dead''. "One says he is dead, the other says he is alive, and no evidence to decide between them. Therefore, and until proven otherwise, he is undead. Let us take our destiny in hand, ”wrote Christian Penda Ekoka.


Source: lebledparle.com


Etoudi: an important letter arrives on Paul Biya's desk

The candidate for the legislative elections of February 9, 2020 in Bandjoun in the Koung-Khi, western region sent a letter to President Paul Biya to propose urgent measures to fight against the coronavirus.

Lebledparle.com offers you the full letter. 

To His Excellency Paul Biya, 

President of the Republic of Cameroon 

Subject: Urgent measures concerning the CORONA Virus. 

The state of emergency is essential 

Excellence, 

At this critical moment when the life of the nation and millions of Cameroonians is threatened, I find myself obliged to make you this missive that I wish to see prominently in the basket of proposals from citizens concerned about the fate of those who can be saved from this disaster. 

At the outset, I would like to congratulate you on the first 13 steps that you kindly took on March 17, 2020. 

However, these measures, although appreciable, seem to me not only insufficient but suffer from a deficit of legality which alter their strengths and their power. 

By way of illustration, the limitation of fundamental freedoms in duration, cannot be backed by a regulatory text, even if it was the Head of Government. 

In addition, the regime of privileges which has structured the decrepitude of Cameroonian society for more than 05 decades, cannot be tolerated in the management of the COVID 19 crisis. This is the place to deplore the tolerance and irresponsibility of Cameroonian leaders having led to the admission of M Cavaye Yégue to the full session of the Cameroonian Parliament, leading to a priori suspicion of contamination of several other Cameroonians. 

Mr. President, 

In light of what is happening in friendly countries like Italy, it is now clear that if this pandemic were to settle in Cameroon without an effective management system, Cameroon would risk to be deleted from the world map. It is in this perspective that I have given myself the obligation to send you the few proposals below. They will relate to the legal, social, economic, political and health plan. 

A- On the legal-political level

"The urgency of the state of emergency and the need for a political break" 

We must accept the undeniable truism today that we are in a serious crisis that threatens the survival of the Cameroonian Nation. It is therefore imperative to make use of article 9 of the Constitution by declaring a state of national emergency, or even a state of emergency. This would imply, among other things, the dissolution of the National Assembly and the Senate allowing the President of the Republic to legislate by Ordinance. Moreover, such a decision would only be a return to normal when we consider that since 1992, the Cameroonian Parliament has been nothing more than a simple “Registration Chamber” of the decisions taken by the Executive. But in a COVID 19 crisis, this will have several advantages from an economic, legal and operational point of view. 

At the economic level, Cameroon will save a substantial budget allowing it to strengthen the management fund of COVID 19. 

At the legal level, it will make it possible to include all the restrictions made necessary for the management of the Covid-19 crisis in an indisputable legal framework . 

At the operational level, it will help save time in decision-making at the national level, at a time when time is positioned as a fundamental determinant in managing the crisis. 

On a purely Political level 

It is urgent to set up a National Salvation Committee COVID-19 involving the actors of all socio-political components of Cameroon. 

This purely advisory committee should meet every day in order to analyze the plural proposals of Cameroonians, to contextualize them under the prism of different constraints, and to emerge from the recommendations addressed to the Government which manages the crisis at the operational level. 

B- On the Socio-economic 

level B1- On the Social level: of the debate on Total containment 

"We can easily confine in the enclosures of the rich, but not in the townships of the poor" 

One of the most widely applied measures in the world today to curb the spread of the Pandemic is Total Containment. This confinement presupposes that all citizens stay at home and possibly leave only for exceptional reasons such as medical emergency, supplies and / or assistance for the elderly. This form of confinement is simply not applicable in Cameroon. Indeed, if in countries like France, basic services (water, electricity, gas, etc.) are present in all houses, this is far from being the case in Cameroon. In cities like Douala and Yaoundé, there are still many districts where a single WELL of water constitutes the source of water supply (not always potable) for 100 to 200 families; 

In addition, with a country where the informal sector supports around 90% of the population, it would be smart to analyze (and very quickly) the type of confinement suitable for our country. Because most of these actors in the informal sector live on a day-to-day basis and less than 20% of the Cameroonian population has a freezer to possibly acquire the food reserve necessary for such confinement. In any case, it is absolutely necessary to avoid confinement being perceived as a measure against the poor who constitute the majority of the population: such a perception would necessarily create resistance or worse, a rebellion in the face of the measure. 

Also, in view of all these reasons, and many others, if the "Cameroonization" of containment is not well thought out and especially if it is not done quickly with adequate support measures, a good part of the population will risk being faced with a difficult choice: choosing to die from COVID-19 by refusing confinement, or choosing to die of starvation by confining themselves.

It is here that the role of the National Salvation Committee COVID-19 is important insofar as each decision will be taken taking into account all the specificities of the Cameroonian populations. 

Also, to make containment in Cameroon effective, I propose: 

1- Take measures for containment by neighborhood in all the cities of Cameroon 

2- In urban areas, create in each district, a COVID-19 Committee which includes, in addition to neighborhood chief, 01 representative of local associations, 01 representative of political parties present in the neighborhood, 01 representative of each religious denomination present in the neighborhood. 

3- In the rural areas, this same system will be implemented with the only difference being the administrative delimitation which will be the Municipality here and not the district 

4- This Committee should be the interlocutor of the State for the implementation of measures related to compliance with confinement 

5- The State should take measures to provide the neighborhoods with drinking water, essential products, disinfectant, masks, soap, etc. In this perspective, the contribution of the system of the national body of firefighters is essential. 

6- The State must set up a distribution mechanism to all populations in need of a "minimum food ration package" during the confinement period. 

7- In the districts and villages, the seasonal markets, under the leadership of the Ministry of Commerce, and the supervision of the security and defense forces, must be organized each week for the supply of confined populations. However, access to this market will only be possible for traders and citizens with a mask, gloves and respecting the distance of 01 meter prescribed by the WHO. 

8- Intercity travel must be suspended, except for medical emergencies. 

9- Urban travel, essential, must only be done with taxis accepting conditions such as: compulsory masks, 01 single passenger (himself having a mask) 

10- Based on the effectiveness of the state of emergency, the Government must put in place an effective “financial package”. 

at. Tax exemption for telecommunications companies for the crisis period; in return they will offer internet and communication services with an 80% price reduction 

b. Tax exemption for 03 months of companies therefore activities are affected by containmentvs. 80% drop in water and electricity prices for a period of 03 months renewable 

d. Creation of a special business support fund to allow job security on the one hand and guarantee operation after the Crisis on the other hand. 

11- It is imperative to stop any new non-essential investment and to devote the budget relating to the management of the COVID-19 crisis. To this end, the State must release a forecast of around 1,500 billion FCfa in the kitty of the Crisis. This sum could be freed from the 440 billion in oil revenues provided for in the 2020 budget, savings freed from the dissolution of the two chambers of Parliament, and around 900 billion freed from the restrictions on state operating expenditure. 

C- On the Health Plan. 

I consider that our experts in this science are already doing their job well with the limited means at their disposal. It is the place for me to congratulate the brilliant Minister of Health for his pragmatism and his availability for this civic cause. The same is true for medical personnel from hospitals already involved in the management of COVID-19 cases. 

However, there is an urgent need to try to remedy in a few days what we have refused to do in several decades. Also, I suggest launching a National COVID-19 Neutralization Program (PNC19). 

As part of this program, shock measures should be taken. These should include: 

1- Activate Chinese cooperation to provide our sanitary system with sufficient quantities of appropriate equipment for the caregiver and the sick (masks, gloves, respirators, waterproof suits, etc.). 

2- Systematize the wearing of masks (mufflers) within the confines of hospital formations for the duration of the crisis 

3- Prohibit the sale of foods and other foods exposed in the vicinity of hospital formations 

4- Carry out a recall of the "soldiers and generals reservists" of the health, in particular the doctors and other nurses / the retired nurses and the students finishing in medicine. A substantial salary should be allocated to these "reservists". The operationalization of this measure involves the creation of an Internet platform or a web application from which these "health soldiers" could immediately register without facing displacement constraints or bureaucracy. 

5- Requisition certain prestigious infrastructures which will be fitted out in emergency to receive patients. 

6- Requisition non-essential administrative cars (CA) from their current users and assign them to the national COVD-19 Neutralization program 

7- Equip the entrances of the commercial spaces, administrative buildings with water seals with tap and soap for cleaning hands

8- Centralize in each corner of towns and villages the places where people are boarded with prior disinfection and hand cleaning with soap 

9- Impose the wearing of disinfectants and mufflers by each transporter 

10- Prescribe hand cleaning before any entry into a transport vehicle. 

Excellency, 

I remain convinced that these measures and many others that Cameroonians of good will offer you, can constitute serious endogenous determinants in the battle that our country is waging against this pandemic. 

Finally, because symbols count, there is no valid reason to justify your current silence since the start of this pandemic. While recognizing the excellent work carried out by the Head of Government and his team, the citizens need to see their President at the front of the war against this pandemic which threatens the survival of the entire Nation. 

Very respectfully. 

Hilaire KAMGA 

Mandate for the Orange Offer 

Spokesperson for the Civil Society Platform for Democracy


Source: lebledparle.com


Coronavirus: Maurice Kamto gives Paul Biya 7 days to speak to Cameroonians

In an important statement published on March 27, 2020, the national president of the MRC denounces the silence of Paul Biya about the pandemic which is gaining more and more ground in Cameroon.

The President of the Republic must break the omerta around the evolution of the Covid-19 on the national territory. This is the backdrop for Maurice Kamtoce's epistolary outing on Friday March 27, 2020. 

The candidate who came second in the last presidential election ensures that he himself must take more responsibility if the Head of State whom he describes as illegitimacy does not leave its reserve after seven days. 

An outing, the object of a contrasting perception 

If the fanatics of the Movement for my renaissance of Cameroon (MRC) welcomed this announcement with the greatest glee, some informed observers perceive it as a political recovery from a health crisis that challenges all Cameroonians, regardless of their ideological affiliation. Here is the full statement. 

Mr. Paul BIYA must assume fully and by himself the presidential function which he usurps since the electoral hold-up of October 2018, failing which the Cameroonian people will have to acknowledge its failure and draw all the consequences politicians. 

My dear compatriots,

The world is at war against COVID 19, as much to say against death! 

There can be no political recovery from a national drama. There is a duty of responsibility. And as compared to the disastrous situation which still prevails in the North-West and South-West regions, we intend to fully assume ours. 

While in all countries around the world the highest level leaders are themselves leading this war in which even the greatest powers on the planet seem literally overwhelmed in light of the provisional toll of the infected or deceased victims, the Cameroonians are abandoned to their sad fate by one who claims to assume the function of Head of State. 

I note that since the forfeiture following the presidential election of October 7, 2018, Mr. Paul BIYA is the de facto president of Cameroon. This statute, although particular, imposes obligations on him towards the Cameroonian people, especially in this context of serious threat of a terrible pandemic which requires his active presence to galvanize and mobilize his compatriots. 

The questions that Cameroonians of all stripes have been asking for at least two weeks are the following: Where has Mister Paul BIYA gone? Is the country governed? If yes, by whom? Is he simply aware of his responsibility as President of the Republic, even illegal and illegitimate, in preserving the lives of Cameroonians? 

My dear compatriots,

I would not like to dwell here on the personal and continuous involvement and investment of the greatest leaders in the world in this war in order to preserve their populations, as you are witness to it. However, how can we not evoke the high sense of responsibility of certain leaders of African countries, such as Senegal, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Gabon and South Africa who took personal control of the situation and announced substantial financial measures to deal with the health crisis while supporting economic actors! 

Everyone can see, without any spirit of controversy, that while these African leaders have already taken the measure of the gravity of the health and security situation which prevails in their respective countries because of the coronavirus, in Cameroon, Mr. Paul BIYA displays a disconcerting indifference, in any case irresponsible. In addition to the measures taken, actions taken and funds released, each of the aforementioned heads of state is personally, even emotionally, involved in both prevention and risk management. 

Mr. BIYA who, during the whole presidential campaign of 2018 had spoken on September 30, 2018 in Maroua for less than 15 minutes and whom we saw supported at arm's length during his reception at the Elysée Palace in France , October 10, 2019, demonstrates to the Cameroonian people and to the world that they can no longer assume with dignity the responsibilities of President of the Republic of Cameroon, Head of State and Chief of the Armies of our country. The few people who manage the country as part of an over-the-counter succession must realize that the Cameroonian people no longer intend to deal with the hoax. 

The tweets of Mr. BIYA, generally out of phase with the expectations of his fellow citizens, are no illusion. In the war against the Boko Haram sect which has plunged the populations of the Far North into misfortune since May 2014, he has never shown that he was in the least affected by the sufferings of his compatriots in this Region . After the train accident at Eséka, he showed no empathy for the people in distress. While the civil war has raged in the English-speaking regions since November 2016, he has never sent the populations or the soldiers who are engaged in this useless war the slightest message of affection and comfort. His courtiers tried to justify his contemptuous distances, incompatible with the presidential office, by speculating with vacuity on what they call "presidential silences". In the current context of a serious danger for the Nation, his silence is not only irresponsible, it becomes criminal. 

Also, taking as witness the people and the international community on this unacceptable situation, I urge it under seven (07) days, as from the publication of this communication, to address Cameroonians, themselves, for their say what is its response against COVID-19 and above all, to announce the necessary means of financing, both to households and businesses, to ensure the effectiveness of containment. In the absence of such accompanying measures, the directives of his government will remain sterile with regard to the decrepitude of the social fabric, poverty and the precariousness of the populations engendered by his regime for 40 years. 

Failing for him to assume the presidential functions which he has assumed for himself since the half presidential election, I reserve the right to call on the Cameroonian people to draw all the consequences from their serious failure, which could then lead to the observation of his inability to govern.

If such a situation were to arise, I would warn those who shamefully profit from this situation of proxy management in the country, to undertake anything that could be interpreted by the abandoned people as a provocation. 

Our people are in danger of death. He has the right to defend himself, especially in case of failure of the one who assumes the highest function within the State, and if the republican institutions competent to make the report and draw all the consequences are themselves failing. 

My dear compatriots, 

I have launched an awareness and prevention campaign in our country which is underway. Strictly observe all the measures prescribed to preserve your life, that of your loved ones and others. We must remain standing despite the extraordinary challenge before us. Let's be disciplined. Let us remain mobilized. 

In the same spirit, I appeal to the Government, in particular to the Minister of Health, to engage with us in a vast fundraising campaign at the national level and in the diaspora, with a view to enabling the country to give an appropriate response to the grave danger to which it is exposed. In order to guarantee efficiency and transparency in the management of the funds collected, these must be managed by a committee composed, in particular of representatives of the Ministry of Health and other government structures, the Order of Doctors, Nurses and Hospital staff, Biomedical Laboratories, the Order of Pharmacists, GICAM, the pharmaceutical industries, the Transporters' Union, Management bodies for open markets and any other sector of activity deemed relevant. 

If within seven days, Mr. Paul BIYA does not assume the presidential function that he has granted himself by electoral fraud, then I will give you, through various channels, the conduct to take so that we take charge ourselves .

Done in Yaoundé on 03/27/2020 

Maurice Kamto


Source: lebledparle.com


Coronavirus: Maurice Kamto gives Paul Biya 7 days to speak to Cameroonians

In an important statement published on March 27, 2020, the national president of the MRC denounces the silence of Paul Biya about the pandemic which is gaining more and more ground in Cameroon.

The President of the Republic must break the omerta around the evolution of the Covid-19 on the national territory. This is the backdrop for Maurice Kamtoce's epistolary outing on Friday March 27, 2020. 

The candidate who came second in the last presidential election ensures that he himself must take more responsibility if the Head of State whom he describes as illegitimacy does not leave its reserve after seven days. 

An outing, the object of a contrasting perception 

If the fanatics of the Movement for my renaissance of Cameroon (MRC) welcomed this announcement with the greatest glee, some informed observers perceive it as a political recovery from a health crisis that challenges all Cameroonians, regardless of their ideological affiliation. Here is the full statement. 

Mr. Paul BIYA must assume fully and by himself the presidential function which he usurps since the electoral hold-up of October 2018, failing which the Cameroonian people will have to acknowledge its failure and draw all the consequences politicians. 

My dear compatriots,

The world is at war against COVID 19, as much to say against death! 

There can be no political recovery from a national drama. There is a duty of responsibility. And as compared to the disastrous situation which still prevails in the North-West and South-West regions, we intend to fully assume ours. 

While in all countries around the world the highest level leaders are themselves leading this war in which even the greatest powers on the planet seem literally overwhelmed in light of the provisional toll of the infected or deceased victims, the Cameroonians are abandoned to their sad fate by one who claims to assume the function of Head of State. 

I note that since the forfeiture following the presidential election of October 7, 2018, Mr. Paul BIYA is the de facto president of Cameroon. This statute, although particular, imposes obligations on him towards the Cameroonian people, especially in this context of serious threat of a terrible pandemic which requires his active presence to galvanize and mobilize his compatriots. 

The questions that Cameroonians of all stripes have been asking for at least two weeks are the following: Where has Mister Paul BIYA gone? Is the country governed? If yes, by whom? Is he simply aware of his responsibility as President of the Republic, even illegal and illegitimate, in preserving the lives of Cameroonians? 

My dear compatriots,

I would not like to dwell here on the personal and continuous involvement and investment of the greatest leaders in the world in this war in order to preserve their populations, as you are witness to it. However, how can we not evoke the high sense of responsibility of certain leaders of African countries, such as Senegal, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Gabon and South Africa who took personal control of the situation and announced substantial financial measures to deal with the health crisis while supporting economic actors! 

Everyone can see, without any spirit of controversy, that while these African leaders have already taken the measure of the gravity of the health and security situation which prevails in their respective countries because of the coronavirus, in Cameroon, Mr. Paul BIYA displays a disconcerting indifference, in any case irresponsible. In addition to the measures taken, actions taken and funds released, each of the aforementioned heads of state is personally, even emotionally, involved in both prevention and risk management. 

Mr. BIYA who, during the whole presidential campaign of 2018 had spoken on September 30, 2018 in Maroua for less than 15 minutes and whom we saw supported at arm's length during his reception at the Elysée Palace in France , October 10, 2019, demonstrates to the Cameroonian people and to the world that they can no longer assume with dignity the responsibilities of President of the Republic of Cameroon, Head of State and Chief of the Armies of our country. The few people who manage the country as part of an over-the-counter succession must realize that the Cameroonian people no longer intend to deal with the hoax. 

The tweets of Mr. BIYA, generally out of phase with the expectations of his fellow citizens, are no illusion. In the war against the Boko Haram sect which has plunged the populations of the Far North into misfortune since May 2014, he has never shown that he was in the least affected by the sufferings of his compatriots in this Region . After the train accident at Eséka, he showed no empathy for the people in distress. While the civil war has raged in the English-speaking regions since November 2016, he has never sent the populations or the soldiers who are engaged in this useless war the slightest message of affection and comfort. His courtiers tried to justify his contemptuous distances, incompatible with the presidential office, by speculating with vacuity on what they call "presidential silences". In the current context of a serious danger for the Nation, his silence is not only irresponsible, it becomes criminal. 

Also, taking as witness the people and the international community on this unacceptable situation, I urge it under seven (07) days, as from the publication of this communication, to address Cameroonians, themselves, for their say what is its response against COVID-19 and above all, to announce the necessary means of financing, both to households and businesses, to ensure the effectiveness of containment. In the absence of such accompanying measures, the directives of his government will remain sterile with regard to the decrepitude of the social fabric, poverty and the precariousness of the populations engendered by his regime for 40 years. 

Failing for him to assume the presidential functions which he has assumed for himself since the half presidential election, I reserve the right to call on the Cameroonian people to draw all the consequences from their serious failure, which could then lead to the observation of his inability to govern.

If such a situation were to arise, I would warn those who shamefully profit from this situation of proxy management in the country, to undertake anything that could be interpreted by the abandoned people as a provocation. 

Our people are in danger of death. He has the right to defend himself, especially in case of failure of the one who assumes the highest function within the State, and if the republican institutions competent to make the report and draw all the consequences are themselves failing. 

My dear compatriots, 

I have launched an awareness and prevention campaign in our country which is underway. Strictly observe all the measures prescribed to preserve your life, that of your loved ones and others. We must remain standing despite the extraordinary challenge before us. Let's be disciplined. Let us remain mobilized. 

In the same spirit, I appeal to the Government, in particular to the Minister of Health, to engage with us in a vast fundraising campaign at the national level and in the diaspora, with a view to enabling the country to give an appropriate response to the grave danger to which it is exposed. In order to guarantee efficiency and transparency in the management of the funds collected, these must be managed by a committee composed, in particular of representatives of the Ministry of Health and other government structures, the Order of Doctors, Nurses and Hospital staff, Biomedical Laboratories, the Order of Pharmacists, GICAM, the pharmaceutical industries, the Transporters' Union, Management bodies for open markets and any other sector of activity deemed relevant. 

If within seven days, Mr. Paul BIYA does not assume the presidential function that he has granted himself by electoral fraud, then I will give you, through various channels, the conduct to take so that we take charge ourselves .

Done in Yaoundé on 03/27/2020 

Maurice Kamto


Source: lebledparle.com


Coronavirus: The Surprising Proposal of the Amba boys to Paul Biya

It is a kind of “cease-fire” proposed by the United Nations with the rise of the coronavirus epidemic.

As trivially said this can be seen as very good news. The Ambazonians lay down their arms. They manifest in the process, their willingness to work with the Cameroonian government to block the way for the coronavirus. It is the logical continuation of the "cease-fire" requested by the United States because of the meteoric rise of the coronavirus pandemic. 

We remember that on March 23, 2020, Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of the United Nations launched a solemn appeal "for an immediate cease-fire, everywhere in the world" to concentrate in the face of the "fury" of Covid- 19. An initiative that the leaders of the imaginary Republic of Ambazonia welcome. 

Ebenezer Akwanga

"The Socadef are ready to support the cease-fire and will guarantee security and free movement to international observers and humanitarian actors in Ambazonia.. in accordance with international humanitarian law", said Ebenezer Akwanga. This leader of the movement mentions this in a letter signed from Accra in Ghana. It was Wednesday March 25, 2020. 

In this document of a few pages Ebenezer Akwanga takes advantage of the circumstance to call then the "authorities and security forces of the Republic of Cameroon to respond to the call of the Secretary General of the United Nations. We are ready to meet with designated representatives of the Republic of Cameroon for the proper implementation of the cease-fire ”. A kind of outstretched hand, Yaoundé has not yet reacted to this exit. At the end of last week, Paul Biya, the President of the Republic simply set up a committee to monitor the resolutions of the Grand National Dialogue.



Friday, March 27, 2020

Ambazonia: RFI delivers details of the separatist cease-fire

Coronavirus could bring peace to the northwest and southwest of Cameroon, two areas at war with the republican army since 2016. According to French radio RFI, one of the influential separatist groups responded to the secretary's cease-fire. General of the United Nations. Here are the details of this turnaround.

One of the three main English-speaking separatist armed groups in Cameroon rallies to the call for a ceasefire "all over the world" launched on Monday by United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres in the context of the fight against the Covid- 19. 

The letter is dated March 25 and signed in Accra, Ghana. The movement of the Defense Forces of Southern Cameroon (Socadef) of the independence leader Ebenezer Akwanga undertakes to cease hostilities from Sunday March 29 and for fourteen days, but specifies that it will maintain its positions ready to defend itself at need. 

Reason invoked: to allow aid workers to circulate in English-speaking areas to prevent and fight against the Covid-19 epidemic, as demanded by the UN secretary general. 

An initiative welcomed by Antonio Guterres 

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres "welcomes" this announcement through his spokesperson and calls on the other armed groups to do the same and all the parties to resume dialogue. On Monday, March 23, he called for an "immediate ceasefire anywhere in the world" to save the most vulnerable civilians in countries in conflict from the "fury" of the coronavirus. Thursday evening, the Cameroonian authorities had identified 88 cases of coronavirus, in Yaoundé, Douala and Bafoussam.

This announcement comes at a time when the separatists have also suffered major setbacks on the ground recently, and since several weeks ago, according to information from RFI, discreet negotiations have resumed to find a way out of this conflict. 

No response from the government 

Remains to be seen what will be the impact on the ground of this declaration? The English-speaking separatist movement is made up of “a multitude of small militias responding to several different political leaders,” recalls Arrey Elvis Ntui, researcher at the International Crisis Group. However, for the moment, only the Socadef movement has responded to the United Nations' appeal. 

"Even if it is not the end of hostilities, the symbolic significance of this gesture remains strong", estimates an analyst close to the file, insofar as Ebenezer Akwanga is "a pioneer of English-speaking nationalism". 

As for the Cameroonian authorities and security forces, in his letter, the independence leader also asked them to engage in a "cease-fire". Thursday evening, they had not yet reacted.


Source: Cameroonweb.com


Etoudi: A reliable source in the presidency confirms the medical evacuation of Paul Biya

The rumor surrounding the death of the President of the Republic Paul Biya becomes persistent. A source well introduced to the Presidency of the Republic made serious revelations to the Cameroonian writer and activist Patrice Nganang. The latter in a recent video posted on the internet read word for messages as received. Paul Biya would be evacuated to Switzerland where he died.

"He is probably dead. My contact tells me this. He entered a very disturbing state. His vital prognosis was fully engaged despite the plethora of doctors gathered around him. They finally decided on a medical evacuation without attracting any attention. The medical plane landed in Douala and joined it joined this plane by helicopter on the pretext of the repatriation of French nationals. As I speak to you, he is completely dead except for Maggie noire ”. 

Government spokesman Rene Sadi denied the death of Paul Biya yesterday without providing any evidence yesterday.

“About the insane remarks made by a certain“ Kamwa La Panthère ”in a video posted online during the night of March 25, 2020; around 11.52 p.m., and announcing loud and clear, the death of the President of the Republic, His Excellency Paul Biya, the Minister of Communication gives a formal denial to these rantings and fantasies of a devout and visibly devout fellow citizen unbalanced and demands that no credit be given to it. The President of the Republic normally goes about his sovereign obligations, as evidenced by the rest, his activities in recent days ... "wrote René Emmanuel Sadi. 

Paul Biya (87) has headed Cameroon since 1982.


Source: Cameroonweb.com


Coronavirus: CRTV talking about the Cavaye Yéguié case

Cavaye Yéguié Djibril is not positive for the coronavirus. This is at least what a report by the Crtv reveals on a plenary of March 26 in the National Assembly.

The staging is smoothly conducted in front of the television cameras. The President of the National Assembly arrives at the hemicycle. He submits to the coronavirus prevention measures: handwashing with an alcohol-based solution and thermo-flash test. 36.3 temperature for the "Very Honorable" Cavaye Yéguié Djibril, President of the National Assembly of Cameroon (Pan). "36 is good", we hear relieved in the continuation of the Pan. 

Pan does not have a fever. Which does not make him a case of coronavirus. Enough to end a controversy for almost two weeks. 

The opinion was indeed moved by the attitude of Pan, deputy of the party in power in the region of the Far North. Cavaye Yéguié Djibril returned from France (a country at risk) to assist in his re-election at the perch, and found himself in a flight where several cases were detected.

Without respecting the 14-day quarantine period, the Pan was two days later in the hemicycle, arousing the indignation of part of the public. 

Some point to the risk of contamination of the entire National Assembly. A rumor will go so far as to affirm that the "Very Honorable" has tested positive for Covid-19. 

The images of March 26 from the National Assembly therefore appear to be communication aimed at denying all these rumors.



'The more you kill Paul Biya, the longer he lasts' - Abdelaziz Mounde Njimbam

On March 25, 2020, a rumor circulated on the web announcing the death of the President of the Republic, HE Paul Biya. On Thursday, March 26, 2020, the Minister of Communication, through the director of the media observatory, reacted to twist the rumor.

In a forum published on social networks, the journalist and analyst Abdelaziz Mounde Njimbam returns to this rumored news and believes that as we seek the death of Paul Biya, his lifespan will extend. 

Lebledparle.com offers you the entire gallery. 

THE MORE YOU KILL PAUL BIYA, THE MORE IT LASTS ... 

There are so many Cameroonians who have RIP disease; worse than the no go cam. Spreading news about death itches them so much, that they are able to disconnect a patient with coronavirus, just to confirm their false alarm. Just to scratch endlessly on networks and be the first to announce ...

Send them a screenshot of the flight plan of a Swiss medical aircraft on whatsapp. By one of these Pavlovian reflexes, as they run to listen to the stories of petticoats of a "god" of facebook, they will conclude that it is a hearse for Paul Biya. We did this to you in these beautiful villages of Mboa? No, certainly, because your share of "witchcraft" is made in these laboratories where we are now fighting to produce millions of plates of chloroquine! 

In fact, confined in their ridiculous fights between "tontinards and sardinards", "goats and kamtoto", unable to have the slightest truce to honor the memory of a monument of the caliber of Manu Dibango, definitely unable to find the least common denominator in the elections, to form coalitions, to work out alternative programs together and to make room with the governing regime, to march together against these thousand carelessnesses of the governing system, entangled in the tribal nonsense between Ekang, Bamiléké and tutti quanti, they count on the hazards of biology and now the wrath of Covid 19 for a coup d'etat of viruses; the "corona hunt" !!!! 

At the end of the races, Paul Biya, more subtle in this matter than when it comes to avoiding confining Manu Dibango to his only Sawa community, will publish a mocking tweet to give, after the good word of 2004, another go for his funeral. Another defeat, for us, these amateur opponents, become marshals and stars with popcorn egos to say it like "Mouton Mouton" ... 

A. Mounde Njimbam


Journalist: lebledparle.com


URGENT: Cameroonian billionaire dies from Coronavirus in Douala

The pandemic that has been raging in the world for several months has hit Cameroon again. After the famous saxophonist Manu Dibango, it's the turn of the billionaire David Wafo Toko to succumb to the coronavirus.

According to whistleblower Boris Bertolt, who relayed the information, he died on Thursday at the Douala general hospital of the consequences of Coronavirus. He specifies that the deceased was buried last night in the Bonsmoussadi cemetery. afrinews.pro

The Cameroonian billionaire David Wafo Toko got rich in Distribution of chemicals and plastics, manufacture of plastic packaging and PET preforms. 

It should be remembered that the Coronavirus has already caused several victims among the big names around the world. EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, Afro-jazz legend Manu Dibango and French footballer Blaise Matuidi are among the figures affected by the coronavirus. 

POLICIES 

EU chief brexit negotiator Michel Barnier, 69, announced on Thursday that he had been "tested positive" at Covid-19 but was reassuring about his health in a video posted on Twitter. "I'm fine, morale is good," he said in a message. 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been in solitary confinement since March 13 for two weeks, his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau having tested positive.

He held a press conference outside his home on Tuesday to appeal to Canadians for patience. 

The governments of several countries (Spain, France, United Kingdom, Iran, Poland, Norway, Morocco) have one or more affected members. 

In Monaco, Prince Albert II has also tested positive. 

Chancellor Angela Merkel, in quarantine at home after contact with a doctor positive for the new coronavirus, "is doing well" and has passed a first test which turned out to be negative, said on Monday 23 March the spokesman for the German government . Other tests will however have to be carried out in the coming days to be conclusive. 

The president of Botswana, Mokgweetsi Masisi, was placed in quarantine on Saturday after visiting Namibia, which has recorded three cases of coronavirus. 

ARTISTS

Cameroonian saxophonist and Afro-jazz legend Manu Dibango, 86, was hospitalized for coronavirus. He "rests and recovers in serenity", according to a message posted Wednesday on his Facebook page. 

Spanish tenor Placido Domingo announced his contamination on Sunday, saying he was "in good health". 

Tom Hanks and his wife, actress and singer Rita Wilson, were the first Hollywodian stars to formalize their infection on March 12. Both were discharged after a few days from the hospital in Gold Coast, a city on the east coast of Australia. 

British actor Idris Elba also announced on Monday that he had tested positive and placed himself in solitary confinement. 

The 70-year-old Chilean writer Luis Sepulveda, who lives in northern Spain, contracted the Covid-19 and is still hospitalized. He felt the first symptoms on February 25, two days after returning from a literary festival in Portugal. 

Young Canadian singer Lenni-Kim, 18, contracted the virus from his mother. One who was revealed in 2015 by The Voice Kids, revealed in a video posted on Instagram to have developed "several symptoms, including aches, cough and headache".

SPORT 

Blaise Matuidi, world football champion with the French team in 2018, has been in voluntary isolation at home since March 11 after being tested positive. "I am positive, I am strong, morale is good," he wrote on his Twitter account. His Argentine teammate Paulo Dybala also revealed to be affected. Their club, Juventus Turin, had previously announced that Italian defender Daniele Rugani had been infected. 

As a precaution, their teammate Cristiano Ronaldo has been in solitary confinement for several days on his native island of Madeira, although he has no symptoms. On social networks, he called on his fans to respect health regulations. 

In another Italian club, Fiorentina, ten people tested positive, including Italian striker Patrick Curone, Argentinian defender German Pezzella and Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic. 

As for AC Milan, he said that Paolo Maldini and his young son Daniel (18) had also contracted the disease. The club's legendary former defender, 51, is currently the club's technical director, and his son is on the first team. 

In England, Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta of Spain was announced positive for coronavirus, as was a Chelsea player.

In Spain, former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz died on Saturday March 21 at the age of 76, three days after his hospitalization due to Covid-19, his son also called Lorenzo announced on Twitter. 

Seven NBA basketball players are now tested positive, the latest being four Brooklyn Nets players including star Kevin Durant, after Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell (Utah Jazz), and a Detroit Pistons player, identified by American media like Christian Wood.


Source: camerounweb.com


Cameroon: Paul Biya has been 'killed' 3 times in sixteen years

On March 25, 2020, a rumor of too many circulated on social networks, announcing "? Died?", The President of the Republic of Cameroon. Skilfully orchestrated by an anti-regime militia in Yaoundé, public opinion which visibly swallowed this information as soon as it was published, questions the real motivations of this rumor at a time when the whole world is going through an unprecedented health crisis.

The little investigation carried out by the editorial staff of your newspaper, Lebledparle.com, clearly reveals that such information about the place of Paul Biya, in power for 38 years, is current. From 2004 to the present day, he was "killed" more than once by rumor. 

In June 2004 

At the beginning of June 2004, Paul Biya, on a private trip to Europe, was announced on the Internet. For at least 48 hours, it was "? Fear in the city?". Information circulates and is consumed without any official denial. After investigation, Ndzana Seme, a Cameroonian opponent in exile will be identified as the author of the controversy, as indicated by the then Minister of Communication, Jacques Fame Ndongo: "? The original media source of the rumor broadcast was clearly identified in the person of a Cameroonian communications adventurer, ex-bank employee surreptitiously converted to journalism, then voluntarily emigrated to the United States of America at the end of 1990. The person concerned, well known to Cameroonian media circles, has constantly illustrated himself with notorious anti-professional behavior, 

Denial of the President of the Republic 

A few days after the rumor even spread to certain international media, the Presidency of the Republic will deny this, by press release condemning "? The malicious and fanciful rumors about the death of Paul Biya in brief private in Europe? ”. In the process, the institution will announce "? His return in the coming days in Cameroon?". 

The hangover from Paul Biya

Upon arriving at Nsimalen International Airport, Paul Biya, confident, will meet his "? Critics?" in about twenty years. "? People are interested in my funeral. Will I meet them in twenty years? ”Said the boss of the CPDM. Media will headline "the ghost is back?". 

In February 2018 

On the eve of the presidential election in October 2018, notably in February of that year, the Collective of democratic and patriotic organizations of Cameroonians in the diaspora (CODE) will spread another rumor about the disappearance of the Cameroonian head of state. The group, which claimed to hold its information from reliable sources, declared that the President had left Yaoundé discreetly in the company of his wife for the Swiss canton. Only, a few days later, the President of the Republic will return to Etoudi from his native village, Mvomeka'a. 

The ultimate death of too many 

Paul Biya was again "killed?" March 25, 2020. The controversy was launched on Twitter, share on Facebook and other platforms, as we indicated in one of our articles dealing with this information. Even if no denial has yet been made, we note that at the time when the information was relayed, the Head of State signed several decrees appointing senior officials to the National School of Local Administration (NASLA) of Buea.


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Thursday, March 26, 2020

Biya's health: Sisiku Ayuk Tabe's call from Kondengui

From his cell in Kondengui, Sisiku AYuk Tabe sends correspondence to his subjects regarding the liberation of the Ambazonian virtual state. He calls on his people to take center stage when sources indicate poor health of Paul Biya, others his death.

"Today, the wind of freedom and freedom signals your divine conscience to say to your governments and your elected officials around the world: Let go of my people! Support our democratic aspirations ... Join our fight for human decency and the battle for the respect of our body, our heart and our spirit ... The fight for the complete independence of southern Cameroon is your fight. " 

We are in a state increasingly disastrous - neglected and forgotten by the world, which allows our kidnappers inflict unspeakable violence. afrinews.pro

I write today from the main prison of Kondengui, where I am unjustly detained with a large part of my cabinet and with thousands of other prisoners from southern Cameroon who have violated the repressive regime of Paul Biya, the despot of long time from Cameroon. We are in an increasingly disastrous state - neglected and forgotten by the world at large, allowing our captors to inflict unspeakable violence on us. This, in reality, is indicative of the wider struggle my people have faced, often in silence and too often overlooked. 

For the past two years, I have had the honor of being President of the Interim Government of Southern Cameroon. Several months ago, I was illegally removed, along with part of my cabinet, from the Nera Hotel in Abuja, Nigeria, and then illegally transported to Cameroon, in violation of international law. Admittedly, I am only the latest victim of a long-simmering catastrophe, which manifests itself today in a growing social crack that has resulted in countless deaths and destruction. 

Historically, the Republic of Cameroon obtained its independence on January 1, 1960 and became a member of the United Nations, with its own clearly defined territory, sharing a recognized border with southern Cameroon. British Southern Cameroon subsequently gained independence on October 1, 1961, with its own territory also clearly marked out, sharing common borders with the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Cameroon.

As such, the root cause of the current crisis is the result of a severely botched decolonization process. And this must be resolved immediately before finding a lasting solution, based on international law and a culture of justice and respect for fundamental human dignity. In simple terms, international law grants southern Cameroon the right to self-determination. In addition, the violence and killings taking place in southern Cameroon at the moment left us with no choice but to fight, defend and free ourselves from the shackles of black-on-black colonization.

The unfair treatment of Cameroonians in the South is today an inevitable and tragic reality. Our people are killed, not for what they have done, but for who they are. Our people have indeed been described as "rats" and "dogs" by members of the Cameroonian government. There are calls to exterminate us, as well as other Ambazonians, with the justification that President Biya has the right to kill everyone under the pretext of "national unity". 

Imagine being told that you are the enemy of the house; imagine that your people are asked to leave their lands and ancestral villages or to be considered a terrorist; imagine the scorched earth policy and the military operations in our villages that spared no one, not even elderly women and young children. Just imagine that you feel like a second-class citizen in your country of birth. These are the freezing and brutal facts of today and the living conditions in which we are forced to survive. 

On the basis of these reprehensible and humiliating conditions, the leaders of southern Cameroon have repeatedly sought over the years to engage in peaceful dialogue with the Cameroonian authorities. We have always been denied this opportunity. Over time, our people - myself included - have realized that we are simply the victims of another broken promise and that the signs of an impending disaster are evident. Our hopes were dashed and many of our leaders, political and civic, were illegally thrown in prison. The protests had failed. Attempts at dialogue in good faith have also failed. We were stuck. We were beaten. And we were humiliated in the process. We thus realized that, collectively, we had no 

Never again will we, the inhabitants of southern Cameroon, allow ourselves to live with the narrow and institutionalized status of second class citizens - certainly not on the land of our ancestors.

Simply put, the people of southern Cameroon have lost confidence in the Cameroon experience - it is indeed an incurable disease. Paul Biya and his regime ruthlessly repressed our peaceful people - our mothers, fathers and children - with ferocious barbarity. War has been declared on our people. All this to remind spectators and readers that we did not enter irresponsibly in a direct confrontation with the Cameroonian authorities. We have always advocated for a peaceful resolution of the root causes of this crisis. However, Biya and his regime think the opposite, determining that violence can be the solution. 

Never again will we, the inhabitants of southern Cameroon, allow ourselves to live with the narrow and institutionalized status of second class citizens - certainly not on the land of our ancestors. 

Today, the wind of freedom and freedom signals your divine conscience to say to your governments and to your elected officials around the world: Let go of my people! Support our democratic aspirations. This struggle has gone beyond that of individuals like me ready to pay the ultimate price for the freedom of our people. Join our fight for human decency and the battle for the respect of our body, our heart and our spirit; our traditions and our values. The struggle for complete independence in southern Cameroon is your struggle. Please stay with us. 

Sissiku Julius Ayuk Tabe is the president of the interim government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia and currently a political prisoner in Cameroon. He was the first vice-president of the American University of Nigeria and former director of CISCO.