Saturday, January 18, 2020

'How Paul Biya made fun of Mama Nguéa's legs'

Amputated from her left leg in October 2019, the artist MAMA NGUEA has just had her right leg cut this Thursday, February 16, 2020 while she cherished the dream of receiving government assistance, which would give her better grip charge.

MAMA NGUEA is now without legs. Tormented after her first operation, Louise Koubinom lived in the hope of recovering perfect health after her first operation. If she received various support from Cameroonians affected by her situation, the singer regretted the lack of interest in her given by the regime in place. In an interview with Canal 2 international, she recalled the insignificant nature of the budget released for her case by Cameroonian officials, given the seriousness of her case. " Too small. With the holes in my stomach, it's too small. I can fight, but that can't solve the problem. If the Ministry of Arts and Culture could still add me some money to go to the other side, in hexagon, it will be fine. I don't want to have surgery here. Over there it's better. She was sorry. The implication is generally only greater after the death of Cameroonian artists and nothing else. We remember the beautiful tribute paid to Anne Marie Ndzie at his death by Paul Biya. The flonflon was only observed for his burial, who died on May 24, 2016, no specific activity is organized in his honor by the Head of State. It is the same for the actor Jean Miché Kankan whose works have marked several generations, but who is not entitled to any special tribute. no specific activity is organized in his honor by the Head of State. It is the same for the actor Jean Miché Kankan whose works have marked several generations, but who is not entitled to any special tribute. no specific activity is organized in his honor by the Head of State. It is the same for the actor Jean Miché Kankan whose works have marked several generations, but who is not entitled to any special tribute. 

MAMA NGUEA needs 5 million, 72 million are wasted with a stranger

On his hospital bed, MAMA NGUEA said he needed some 5 million to be able to be evacuated in order to benefit from suitable treatment. Nothing to move the Etoudi tenant. He takes pleasure in opening the doors of his Palace to foreign musicians. We remember the passage of the Nigerian Wizkid on December 31, 2019 at the Palace of Unity for a private show. It had cost more than 72 million FCFA to the Cameroonian taxpayer. Locked in his hospital bed, MAMA NGUEA had helplessly appreciated this grotesque insult.


Source: cameroonvoice.com