Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Here is the worst offense of Paul Biya to the Cameroonian youth

In his televised speech on February 10, 2020 to Cameroonian youth, Paul Biya invited young people of this era to mobilize for a historic turning point like him sixty years ago during the independence of Cameroon. A cold and shameful lie.

Paul Biya in front of the young Cameroonians will have tried everything to be convincing. To invite young people to follow him despite his illegitimacy confirmed by the false artificial vote of a number of Cameroonians, he bet on the pathos card. In a lyrical flight, he launched “Sixty years ago - I was then your age - Cameroon gained independence. The young people of the time had dreamed of it and it became reality ”. It is a solemn lie. In 1957 Paul Biya had hardly the same concerns as the young people of his time. Infanté with the foreign mass which enslaved Cameroon, the young Paul Barthélemy Biya'a Bi Mvondo then aged 24 years was a student, scholarship holder. 

Paul Biya in 1957

(After the Lycée Général Leclerc) It passed in particular, without paying the slightest radish, by the Lycée Louis-le-Grand, the University of the Sorbonne, the Institute of Political Studies and the Institute of Advanced Studies from Beyond -Sea in France. He never participated in any form of political demonstration during his course. Directly after studying in France, he was recommended by Louis-Paul Ajoulat to Ahamadou Ahidjo, who appointed him project manager at the presidency of the Republic. Biya is then 29 years old. In January 1968, he was appointed Minister Secretary General to the Presidency. Then Prime Minister of Cameroon from 1975 to 1982. He succeeded Ahidjo as Head of State following his resignation in 1982. 

Dear young compatriots. While some young people fought and gave their lives for the independence of which Paul Biya speaks, he was calmly housed in France and continued his law studies. This independence has also been compromised by people like him because it is not real. Our currency, our wealth and many other markers of the sovereignty of our country are still under the command of foreign powers. Paul Biya cannot recognize this because it is thanks to France that he became the President of Cameroon and that he continues. If Paul Biya really loved young people everything would be different. We would not see as many young graduates of Cameroonian colleges unemployed and in the markets with goods on their heads.