Monday, February 24, 2020

Macron's revelations: Grégoire Owona tries to save Biya

The member of the government reacted to the conversation between the French President and a Cameroonian activist.

The brief interview granted to the impromptu to the Cameroonian activist Calibri Calibro, also founder of the Anti-Sardinards Brigade (BAS), by French President Emmanuel Macron, on February 22, 2020 in Paris in France, makes people lose sleep. egg-laying of the Yaoundé regime. 

If most of the leaders react undercover, some, more discreet, have not refrained from reacting to this news which continues to keep the Cameroonian Republic in suspense. The Minister of Labor and Social Security, Grégoire Owona, visibly struck by this conversation on the situation of Cameroon in world view, in a very iconoclastic tone, chose the diplomatic axis to remember the nature of the relations which exist between his country and France.

"France will always remain a great friend of Cameroon even if activists illegally received for a few moments remove certain French officials from their usual reserve. Cameroon calmly continues its advance towards peaceful democracy, deep decentralization and respect for human rights which have been committed for several years, beyond some alleged pressures, through its voluntarist choices and with determination under the unshakeable leadership of Paul Biya. Long live Cameroon-France friendship and cooperation, ”wrote the Deputy Secretary General of the Rassemblement Démocratique du Peuple Camerounais (RDPC) on his Facebook page 24 hours after the words of the French number 1.

The pill remains difficult to swallow in the seraglio, shaken for a few days by a succession of events, in this case the massacres of the village Ngarbuh (North-West), attributed by NGOs to the Cameroonian army, even if the Cameroonian government has repeatedly denied these allegations.