Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Crisis in Cameroon: 'Paul Biya is taken hostage' Professor Messanga Nyamnding

The academic and fervent supporter of Cameroonian President Pascal Charlemagne Messanga continues to call for a dialogue to resolve the conflict in the North West and South West regions.

For Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamnding, we must open the dialogue if we want the crisis that smudges the regions of North-West and South-West fades. The ruling CPDM member and fervent supporter of Cameroonian President Paul Biya repeated this on March 4, 2019 on the Balafon radio station broadcasting from Douala.

"I continue to say that it is only through political dialogue that we can provide responses to the end of the crisis," he said, citing examples of successful peace talks in the Middle East (between Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ithzak Rabin) and Kenya (between Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his toughest opponent Raila Odinga).

Messanga Nyamnding states for those who believe that the power does not have interlocutors opposite, that there are indeed actors with whom the dialogue can be done.

"Why do we want to make us believe that there are no actors in the dialogue? I am one of those who think that we can appeal to all the parties represented in the National Assembly in municipal councils on the one hand.

On the other hand, take the civil society. That is to say the clergy, the trade unionists and then face the actors of the Consortium. Why not tell you that elsewhere it has produced results? He proposes.

Professor Messanga Nyamnding concludes that if we are at the situation in the North West and South West it is because hawks poison President Paul Biya.

"Paul Biya is being held hostage by the warring parties. Now we will discuss with whom? We have a caste of people who want to take President Paul Biya politically hostage and bring us back to the fact that we are going to talk to whom? But who is the crisis? Imagine yourself a bit... So let's be serious. If today we have a declaration of common policy, of the English-speaking crisis, where we have Paul Biya, Ndam Njoya, John Fru Ndi, Kah Walla or Jean-Jacques Ekindi, Adamou Ndam Njoya, and other opponents, we will stop the crisis, "he says again.

Source: camerounactuel.com