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Sunday, November 3, 2019

Sociopolitical crisis: a CRTV journalist challenges Paul Biya in a very salty massage

How to be quiet when governing Cameroon becomes a decoy?


"How to be quiet when Cameroon goes to hell and those who claim to lead it do not want to take the measure? Revolts Cyrille Kemmegne, a journalist on duty at CRTV, a regional station in the South. 

Some will be very surprised by the text they will read below. Simply because the author is not only in service with Cameroon Radio Television, the public broadcaster, but also, he is known as a supporter of the President of the Republic to whom he has devoted a book entitled "Paul Biya speaks in Cameroon, Africa and the World". 

Annoyed by the systematic ban on demonstrations by opposition political parties, ethnic conflicts and the country's governance, our colleague has been shouting a blow at the ruling regime for 37 years. 

Below, the vitriol text by Cyrille Kemmegne 

HOW TO SEE? 

How to be quiet when his people are dying? 

How to be quiet when governing Cameroon becomes a decoy? 

How to be quiet when in Cameroon train station never arrives on time?
 
How to be quiet when to run my country we need to put on the coat of a killer? 

How to be quiet when you divide your country to better rule? 

How to be quiet when in my country, we count on the end of those who still manage to heal? 

How to be quiet when in Sangmelima the Bamileke, the Bamoun and the nationals of the Far North are martyred? 

How to be quiet when Ébolowa, the original capital of Paul Biya opponents are weakened? 

How to be quiet when, because of a simple white market, people are paralyzed? 

How to be quiet when for a yes or a no, the power of Yaounde demobilized? 

How to be quiet when a single political party in my country is, in the eyes of the government that is said illegitimate, good?

How to be quiet when to organize a simple meeting in Nko'ovos (Ebolowa), the opposition in general and the MRC in particular are treated as foreigners and are reduced to being at bay? 

How to be silent when the army kills in the North-West and South-West under the fallacious pretext that it is in search of peace whereas at the same time, this army helps the populations of the South to sow the germs of hate and division? 

How to be quiet when hungry and hungry people are hostages of elites who excel only in manipulation? 

How to be quiet when the MRC, the only party that stands up to the Yaoundé regime sees all these banned meetings? 

How to be quiet when you are convinced that you are dealing with a stupid regime? 

How to be quiet when the leaders of a certain political party, the CPDM in particular have only argument for the withdrawal of identity? 

How to be quiet when these same people who populate the radio and television channels, facing the now inevitable change, are so refractory? 

How to be quiet when, on the eve of local elections, a political party sees its militants stifled?
 
How to be quiet when for his peaceful and peacemaking ideas, Professor Maurice Kamto, leader of the Cameroonian opposition, is sequestered? 

How to be silent when the CPDM, alone on the national chessboard, can convene and hold its meetings wherever it suits? 

How to be quiet when the opposition is systematically banned when the regime advocates the virtues of living together? 

How to be silent when governing Cameroon based solely on double standards? 

How to be quiet when Cameroon goes to the water and those who claim to lead it do not want to take the measure? 

How to be quiet when only one party can cross the national triangle? 

How to be quiet when a regime has chosen to practice only the diagonal policy? 

How to be quiet when the intellectuals, so-called, are complicit in this lust?
 
How to be quiet when people of very bad faith, painfully accept that we comb the Cameroon under his true seam? 

How to be silent when the dictatorship is constantly heavy? 

How to be quiet when naughty people, in the name of their back-shops advantages are always fooled? 

No! No! No! I will never be silent for fear of giving reason to those who rightly say that! 

CYRILLE KEMMEGNE (Journalist and writer)


Source: cameroon-info.net