Saturday, August 25, 2018

I Invite Cameroonians Not To Fall Into What Happened In Cote D'ivoire, Says Gohou Michel


It is at the end of the 22nd edition of the Nuit des imitateurs in Yaoundé that the famous Ivorian humorist Gohou Michel spoke about the socio-political crisis that, for two years now, has weakened the South West and North West regions.

Extract, taken from our colleagues in the daily newspaper Le Jour

We have experienced this situation in Côte d'Ivoire. It was more serious. What kept Côte d'Ivoire on its feet is humor.

The sense of humor allowed the country to hold. We decided to laugh at all situations. A war situation, we make humor. This allowed the Ivorians to get together and go to peace, in the same direction and speak the same language for living together.

Humor is a vector of forgiveness, acceptance of others and of living together. It is for this reason that we ask all Cameroonians to go to shows, theaters and even to attend concerts because we convey messages of assembly.

That's what you need to remember. I invite the Cameroonians not to fall into what is happening. There is still time to stop. We know when the war begins, but we do not know when it ends.

We lived this in Ivory Coast. It's terrible. We can not wish that even to our worst enemy. Let us recover for the good of this country.