Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Could Eric Chinje be the new mediator of the Republic?

Before his meetings with the ministers of the Republic, Eric Chinje had earlier visited Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, president of Ambazonia, in the main prison of Yaoundé.

The former Cameroonian journalist Eric Chinje multiplies the functions. This English speaker holds, among other things, the position of Advisor in charge of international affairs within the Cape Cameroon think tank, of which Titus Edzoa is the president. According to the weekly magazine Jeune Afrique, Eric Chinje regularly receives ministers and emissaries of all stripes in his residence on the shores of Lake Yaoundé.

This close friend of the Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, to whom he speaks very regularly, was involved in the good performance of the Grand National Dialogue of October 2019, informs the Pan-African magazine. 

Visit to the self-proclaimed president of Ambazonia 

Among the personalities met by the former journalist, who was the only one to have interviewed Paul Biya at CRTV for several consecutive years, there are René Emmanuel Sadi, Minister of Communication and Jacques Fame Ndongo, Minister of Higher Education, as well as Cardinal Christian Tumi.

Note that before these meetings, Eric Chinje had visited Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, president of Ambazonia, in the main prison of Yaoundé. Chinje, who travels a lot, is also in contact with the American Tibor Nagy, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. 

Born on September 8, 1954, former journalist Eric Chinje was the first to present the English-language television news on the Cameroonian national channel, Cameroon Television (CTV), today Cameroon Radio Television (CRTV). It was March 20, 1985.