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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Kamtogate: MRC activists defy Paul Biyà


If the Biya regime thought it possible, by means of a repression that was at least blind and savage, to shake the determination of Cameroonians to achieve the democratic alternation at the head of the State, it is because heavily deceived on the account of this people who only look down at him by strategy.

The evidence, the massive arrests that followed the October 7 presidential election, and especially the subsequent post-election elections on January 26 at the call of President-elect Maurice Kamto, did not at least blunted the fighting heat of the day. this people forbids freedom.

We can see it on this video which presents the unpublished table of the political prisoners going to the court, and who, whatever knowing already in the jaws of the sample wolf, did not hesitate to make him the snub of his life by singing a song of their own to make him angry: "Kamto president!, Kamto president!"

Who believed it! In any case, not Biya himself, accustomed to see this people lie down on their stomachs in front of his desiderata, the most sordid ones, or to protest timidly in the secrecy of their rooms, trembling even in front of their own shadows.

These are people who know that their freedom depends on the powerful satrap, who do not know how their families live, whose repression in the name of the authority of the state has kept them away for two months, but who have the guts to transcend their martyrdom. to confront the verb, one of the most frightening tropical dictatorships, aware that as the immortal South African Steve Biko said, "the most powerful weapon in the hands of the oppressor is the spirit of the oppressed, "and especially convinced, as the evangelist says, that" In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. She was in the beginning with God. All things were done by her, and nothing that was done was done without her. In her was life, and life was the light of men. ".

So, "Kamto president"? Yes, because it is said. Yes, because the word will inevitably become flesh.


Source: cameroonvoice.com