Monday, May 13, 2019

'Paul Biya will unfortunately lose power very soon'

The power of the Cameroonian head of state Paul Biya would hold only one thread to believe the teacher researcher and convinced Biyaiste Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamdi. Invited on Radio Balafon on May 7, the academic has indeed hinted that the Western powers with the help of some CPDM executives would work for the fall of Paul Biya.

For Messanga Nyamdi, maneuvers are currently underway in diplomatic agencies to oust the Cameroonian president whose longevity in power would not be the taste of some foreign powers.

"Today, longevity in power is very disturbing in the world. In Africa the global strategy of the Western powers was to eliminate five (05) heads of state including Muammar Gaddafi, Robert Mugabe, Omar El Bashir, Theoro Obiang and Paul Biya, "says Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamdi.

The first three are already gone, he continues, it remains only Théoro Obiang and Paul Biya. This strategy would hide a strategic relent according to the teacher of international relations.

"Cameroon is a hotly contested strategic issue. If Cameroon falls, If Cameroon falls, there will be a merciless war that will allow the Western oil powers to penetrate Equatorial Guinea, take back Chad and master Gabon and Congo, "he said.

Although he denounces the fierceness of foreign powers against Cameroon, Messanga Nyamdi finds that the latter are helped by several ministers and CPDM executives who are "little wolves" around Biya and whose job is to create a sense of unhappiness among Cameroonians.

Among them, the Minister of Labor Grégoire Owona he considers as one of the biggest opponents of the regime.

I am already tired of my comrade Grégoire Owona, who is one of the biggest opponents of the regime (Biya). These are actors who want to precipitate the fall of the president. I was shocked to say in times of crisis that a Cameroonian can live with 36,000 CFA francs. He could have said: "Because we are an underdeveloped country and as we are at war, for now, what the government has done is to put 36,000 FCFA at the disposal of Cameroon as the smallest salary ", Said Charlemagne Messanga Nyamdi.