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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Paul Biya: a special biography of the re-elected president


The name is what allows a thing to exist. What is not known to a cultural community does not exist in its lexicon. About the name, it is of two natures as a rule. It is a common name, that by which we designate all that pertains to a non-human nature. It is also a name, the proper name, the surname. It deserves study of the extent and scope of an individual's character. Onomastic is this technique; it's the art of denomination. In black Africa, especially in Bantu, each surname has meaning and meaning. The name originates from animal, plant, mineral, astral, conceptual and divine elements. Among the Yevol of Cameroon, for example, people are called Zambe, or God. But then, and moreover, there is no distance between the common name and the proper name, the surname.

They are semantically related, the surname coming from the common name that things and elements of the universe carry. It is therefore regular to note that the name exercises its semantic charge on its bearer. We often act according to the name we wear. For this purpose, the one who has received the surname: Zeh or panther, Ngoe or pig, Bisogo or sexual insatiability, runs a huge risk of being in turn: fierce and cruel, greedy and gluttony, lustful and concupiscent. So, there are names that are all negative, and bad.

Bringing them to children can be detrimental. However, in order not to forget the memory of deceased family members, their names are automatically attributed to newborns, regardless of their significance. This is embarrassing. A horde of ferocious animals can be raised against his will, which is dangerous for men. It is enough that their ancestors bore for names: hyena, leopard, snakes, crocodile... Fortunately, it is another surname that create Ekang, Beti, Bulu, Fang, Ntumu, Maka, Ngumba..., all son from Betibenanga. This surname is the ndan, or currency.

Paul Biya

Proof the Currency: The ndan currency is a name of call. And even more, the motto is a wish to be issued to the newborn's address. That's what we want him to become in life. In order to escape the semantic burden of an unfavorable, unhelpful or prejudicial name, then the problem is avoided by ndan practice. This is the name by which the person who influences him is most often called. Biya'a has his motto.

But his surname, to mention a little, is of verbal origin and comes etymologically from the verb yak. This is what is wrong, which hinders, which opposes uniformity. It's the opponent. About Mr. Yak, we do not like him very much and he is very often alone because of his positions. He does not like benoit followism. And that is of course Biya'a as the name of conceptual origin.

Here is succinctly the meaning and meaning of the surname of the one we are talking about. Paul Biya'a. Curiously, the surname of the child of Mvomeka'a is in accordance with his motto ndan. It is the following:

Mother

Etam, Mother Etam Etam Biya'a Bi Mvondo Ndôman Mvondo Asam

The translation of this discourse, more idio- matically close to the French language, is as follows:

Destiny is singular

Destiny is unique, non-transferable and contagious

So is the destiny of Biya'a de Mvondo Son of Mvondo Asam.

Those who claim to know him closely, those of his biographers and analysts or exegetes on the basis of his writings and everyday behavior, a daily that is said to be not easy, will say that he is unpredictability made man. They say that very few things move him, destabilize him or put him out of him. It therefore defies all those who expect it to react according to the logic of the common man. It is to believe that he is without emotion or emotion.

An'étam, the real man is the one who assumes his destiny. He is answerable for his actions because he knows that his judge is the one or those who sent him down here. One day, all of us will have to answer for the way we have assumed or realized our destiny. It is inscribed in us and reminds us of each act, the purpose of our coming on earth, our vocation, our call.

Paul Biya, faced with the challenge of his stature in history, the title of the present investigation, requires Signatures to open up to more hermeneutes as multidisciplinary as possible. And then, more should be traditional scholars. Sages of our villages, seers and clairvoyants, mediums and miracle workers. Only they, men and women of the four ages, know how to confirm or deny how far an individual has been able to play the role for which he is here below. The improvisers, fakers, pushers, dreamers, elucubras and somnambulists miss their rendezvous with history because they sometimes flee their destiny; or they do not know each other, do not know why they are here, nor what is expected of them when they return to the original source that sent them.

Do we always know the stature of Biya'a Bi Mvondo, whose turnovers and turnovers he knew could have been practiced if he wanted to please the masters of the world? He remained unshakable like a stump. of trees facing the storms of some leaders here and elsewhere. If he had been anything other than Met an'etam, we would not be here to talk about him. In addition, we are laughing at those of the scribes on Biya'a Paul who claim to know him without, however, understanding the drummed language of the nkul. The ndan is uttered only in its whistled form. To speak totally of an Ekang, it is necessary to know his name, his ndan and including his formula whistled used by the drum nkul.

So we can understand a little more the meaning and meaning of Môt an'étam. An'étam affirms that he has made his choice and knows how to assume it, to the end, whatever it costs. In the Ekang, we can only understand the man by mastering his surname, his ndan, that of his namesake whose name he bears. Apart from these other aspects, knowledge and analysis remain elliptical, truncated. Here is one of the analyzes on the theme: Paul Biya facing the challenge of his stature in history. His answer lies in this refrain: Mous ane etam, Mout an etam etam Biya'a bi Mvondo Ndôman Mvondo Asam.


Source: Signatures N ° 101