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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Nationl Dialogue: what the BAS and the secessionists are really doing


On the agenda of the news the true-forgiveness forgiveness of the general of the BAS, the disastrous record of 3 years of war and the scrambled speech of the separatists.

The newspaper Info Matin speaks of "the true-false forgiveness of General de la Bas to Paul Biya". In a video circulating on social networks, "General El Chenou", one of the feats of arms is the organization of the rampage of Cameroon's embassies in Berne and Paris, apologize and accepts "hand extended" of the Head of State. On the same subject, the newspaper Le Jour, he opens his columns to the "breaker embassies." The leader of the anti-tank brigade speaks. Only, the question remains: the BAS will be Yaounde.

As a summary of the crisis in the North West and Southwest regions, Le Quotidien presents us with "the faces of horror". In 03 years, Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, Ayaba Che, Chris Anyu, Mark Bareta, Tapang Ivo to name only those among the terrorist leaders, have by the harmful acts that they posed or made in the regions of the North- West and Southwest, lost thousands of lives and nearly 300 billion CFA francs to the state of Cameroon.According to some economists, the instability of the English-speaking zone seriously affects the national economic fabric. On the spot, besides the closing of schools, hospitals and health centers which for some were burned, the fields and the factories of the CDC as well as Pamol two jewels of the national economy in the South-West, were vandalized workers attacked and sometimes murdered, entire productions abandoned for nearly 7,000 jobs lost.

Same direction with the newspaper Realities Plus the "disastrous record of the 3 years of terrorism of Ayuk Tabe".They raped more than 700 girls aged 12 to 14 years, stopped the Bamenda Babadjou, Kumba-Ekondo Titi road construction projects, burned a dozen schools and colleges, hospitals and health center, paralyzed the operation of the CDC and Pamol for a loss of more than 70 billion CFA francs, killed more than 2000 people.

For Forum Libre, "they control the ground and say no to Paul Biya". Leaders of the Southern Cameroon Liberation Council (Sclc) denounce a travesty of dialogue. In turn, Fako's traditional leaders defy the head of state by demanding federalism in 10 states and the rotation of power between francophones and anglophones.

The New Expression wonders about "Scrambled Speech of the Separatists".While the opening of the Grand National Dialogue is scheduled in less than a week, it is a cacophony in terms of the representation of the English-speaking separatist leaders of the diaspora.


Source: Camer.be