Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Kondengui: the planned murder of 'luxury prisoners'

The truth after the evacuations abroad of the industrialist Yves Michel Fotso, then of the former Prime Minister Inoni Ephraïm would like that one finally says to Cameroonians that many of these political prisoners commonly presented as "luxury prisoners" , like the former secretary general of the Presidency of the Republic Jean-Marie Atangana Mebara admitted to the emergency room in Yaoundé, the Minister of State Marafa Hamidou Yaya (who shared the same hospital room as Mr. Fosto ), former ministers Polycarpe Abah Abah, Urbain Olanguena Awono, and many others are all in critical condition, even sometimes on the verge of death, requiring emergency evacuation for all for humanitarian reasons.

We indeed come to the limit of an unhealthy official propaganda, endorsed and then spread by the overwhelming majority of Cameroonians, which has notably consisted in trivializing the arbitrary detention of certain personalities, maintained in particularly degrading and inhuman conditions sometimes in barracks of the army, because suspected of being potential rivals to the omnipotent dictator Paul Biya (87 years, 37 years in power). 

Who should take responsibility for all these murders perpetrated in silence in the name of the alleged - albeit legitimate - fight against corruption endemic in Cameroon? Not just Paul Biya ...

Because we alert Cameroonian and international public opinion on this sad reality for at least two (02) decades, and bitterly note the ravages of selective memory against a background of ethno-tribal compassion, in a country where the crime of blood is today deeply rooted in political mores. 

And some have pretended to be surprised by the intolerance displayed by this regime towards its main opponent Maurice Kamto and to all his comrades in misfortune .... Let them finally confirm that in an implacable tyranny like this one, nobody is in reality safe from arbitrary judicial and prison, at worst from sudden death or in detention.


Source: CL2P