Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Low hits in the USA: Anglophons sign a pact with the 'devil'

A group of Southern Cameroonians residing in Maryland, United States, worked with the Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Cameroon to prove that the government of Yaoundé is still legitimate in its fight against the secessionists. The objective of this program is to help change the American perspective on the situation in Cameroon.

As Southern Cameroonians demonstrate across North America to prove that the government of Yaoundé is dictatorial and has been rejected by its citizens, the Prime Minister's office in Yaoundé has discreetly contacted Cameroonians in questionable southern Maryland to ask 'They are organizing rallies and demonstrations that will allow members of the US Congress to change their views on what is happening in Cameroon. 

Demonstrations were said to have been held in Washington DC and Boston, where even the homeless in the United States were to be lured into the protests with food and promises of money. T-shirts were produced and given to supporters of the sick and aging government of Yaoundé during an event that unfortunately was not captured by the camera, because the elected photographer, Joe Mombang, proved ineffective. Indeed, Mr. Momband of Maryland is simply not tech-savvy and was unable to produce photos which were to be sent to the Prime Minister's Office for payment. 

The team of non-patriotic Southern Cameroonians was in Cameroon during the holiday season to obtain payment for their work, a job poorly done, but did not have the photos to demonstrate their malicious actions against the Southern Cameroonians who challenged the government of Yaoundé for more than three years, accusing it of marginalization and corruption. 

The anger and frustration of the team leader, whose name has not been released, boiled over while having lunch at a restaurant in Yaoundé in which the head of the West and Central Africa Office from Central Africa, the Cameroon Concord News Group, Kingsley Betek, also had lunch. He could hear the desperate supporters of the government arguing at the highest level, the team leader regretting that if he had correctly captured the event behind closed doors, he would have been sure to collect more than 10 million FCFA at the end of the day. 

Mr. Mombang was criticized for his nonsense by the team leader who seemed so desperate and who tried to imagine news of scam against the government of Yaoundé which is also very desperate to clean up its image worldwide, in particular in the United States. where the under-secretary of state for African Affairs, Tibor Nagy, exerted enormous pressure on the government of Yaoundé in ruins.

The White House Trump breathes the neck of the government of Yaoundé and starves the government in the process of disintegrating certain vital resources which helped to keep the regime in place for a long time. 

The Trump administration has castigated the Yaounde government for gross human rights violations in the country's two English-speaking regions, and recently it disconnected the cash-strapped Yaounde government from AGOA, an arrangement which has helped Cameroonian companies gain access to the lucrative American market for years. 

The move cut the government off of vital economic opportunities that brought millions of dollars into the nation's treasury. The decision, which went into effect in January 2019, has already started to bite and senior government officials have already started to complain, some secretly calling on the government of Yaoundé to negotiate with the Trump administration, which has called for dialogue inclusive which will contribute to peace in Cameroon. 

The US State Department is already considering targeted sanctions against certain senior Cameroonian government officials such as Joseph Beti Assomo, Jacques Fame Ndongo, Laurent Esso, Issa Tchiroma and Paul Atanga Nji, who are considered by the Americans to be responsible for the escalation violence and human violence. human rights violations in the two English-speaking regions of the country. 

The crisis in southern Cameroon, which began in 2016, has already resulted in the deaths of more than 5,000 Cameroonians, including around 2,000 soldiers, most of whom are from central and southern regions, regions which still support a government moribund, corrupt and ineffective. directed by Paul Biya.

In addition to the human cost of the conflict, the country's economy has also dealt a severe blow, with state-owned companies in the country's two English-speaking regions bankrupt. CDC, PAMOL and SONARA have also been victims of the conflict and the government of Yaoundé is currently and frantically seeking resources to rebuild these state-owned companies which have been important and useful sources of income for a government which is not emotionally attached to his people. 

For about three years now, rural children in English-speaking regions have been out of school due to government-sponsored violence in this part of the country. Today, government soldiers have turned into kidnappers and are wreaking havoc on the defenseless population. 

Last week, some five government army soldiers kidnapped a man in Buea, a town at the foot of Mount Cameroon, and asked relatives of the victim to pay 2 million CFA francs before his release. Security forces followed the transfer of money and arrested soldiers who have been operating in this way for months. The soldiers of the Cameroonian army have become more of a problem for the population they are supposed to protect. 

In many regions of southern Cameroon, armed groups, including those formed by the country's Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, go wild and intimidate the local population who have become homeless due to the measures government attacks to defeat fighters in southern Cameroon. who gave government forces a run for their money. 

Some 250 villages were set on fire by government troops in the two English-speaking regions. Kwakwa, Kembong, Ossing and others have yet to recover from the huge infernal government troops created in these cities. Many of the mentally ill and the elderly were burned alive in their homes, while government troops were unleashed in an attempt to turn the local population against the armed combatants who operate mainly from the jungle.


The killings are continuing and instead of solving the main problems; the government of Yaoundé adopted an approach in which it covered the cracks. Her cosmetic solutions did not address any problem and more violence is on the menu, because the parliamentary and municipal elections are in sight. 

Fighters in southern Cameroon have promised to disrupt the elections, and the violence-ridden government of Yaoundé has already dispatched some 1,000 special forces to the two English-speaking regions of the country where they are expected to rape women and kill children. 

Despite this display of government muscle, fighters in southern Cameroon continue to win critical battles, especially as some government troops defect and take arms and secrets to armed groups. 

The world should prepare for more bloodshed and the biggest victims will surely be women, children and the elderly, who in many cases have nowhere to turn. The days to come are not promising for the ordinary Cameroonian of the South and the fear of the unknown gradually leads many innocent citizens to leave their cities before the real battles begin.