Monday, February 24, 2020

International humiliation: Cabral Libii asks Biya to wash his honor

Invited to the Scènes de Presse program on CRTV television on Sunday, February 23, 2020, the president of the PCRN did not hesitate to give his opinion on the French President's exit.

Arrested by a Cameroonian activist in a video that goes around social networks, the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron said: "I am aware of the violence that is happening in Cameroon and that is intolerable. I put pressure on Paul Biya so that first, he deals with the subject of the English-speaking area and its opponents. I said I cannot receive him in Lyon until Maurice Kamto is released. And he was released because we put pressure. The situation is currently deteriorating. I will call President Biya next week and we will put the maximum pressure to end this situation. ” 

This outing of the French President shocked several Cameroonians, including the opponent Cabral Libii. The national president of the PCRN spoke on the CRTV TV set on February 23, 2020, when he was the guest of the Scènes de Presse program presented by journalist Lucrèce Medou Djemba.

The third in the last presidential election declared that: "I say it again if, as we observed in the wave of indignation, the Cameroonian government wants to be sensitive, it must be according to the rules of the art - diplomacy has rules - so they have to respond according to the rules of the art, to these remarks, by recalling a certain number of things. If this is not the case, we will be entitled to expect this type of thing later. Now that he (Emmanuel Macron) has preferred to give priority to the diaspora activist for his false allegations, I reiterate it here: it is important that tomorrow (February 24, 2020) at the latest, that there be an exit of the government". 

"If I were in charge of Cameroon today, that would be what I would do. I would not first respond to an activist, I would have restored the respectability of Cameroon, at least at the request of many Cameroonians who express their indignation, "added Cabral Libii.