Monday, March 9, 2020

Owona Nguini is against criticism of women

Executive Director of the Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa (REDHAC) Maximilienne Ngo Mbe and political scientist Mathias Owona Nguini engaged in a dissident conversation on social networks relating to the separatist attack recorded in the locality of Galim, in the West Cameroon region on March 8, 2020, which claimed 8 dead.

Reacting to this other attack too perpetrated by the separatists, Maximilienne Ngo Mbé on his Facebook page published a text course accompanied by the photo of a victim. In this fragment of text, the human rights defender calls on the Head of State to take the appropriate measures that will put an end to the crisis. "She was young, beautiful and full of future, she went into this dirty war. No?! no, a thousand times no. President Paul Biya, do something. Challenge all these griots and profiteers? ”. 

Altercation between Owona Nguini and Maxi Mbé 

In comment, political scientist Owona Nguini was indignant, calling on the director of REDHAC to condemn [also] the terrorists who carried out these attacks: "It is not serious Maxi Mbe ?! Yep! Instead of condemning the terrorist secessionists, Maxi Mbe pins those who ask them to lay down their arms ?! Incredible?!? ”, He formulated at the outset. 

Maxi Mbé's reaction

The comment of the teacher of the university II did not go unnoticed in the eyes of Maxi Mbé who immediately reacted, questioning the “? Posture?” from the academic: "Mathias Eric Owona Nguini I am always annoyed to see you on this posture of shaved earth. Armed conflicts are managed by hollow and opportunistic slogans like “lay down your arms” ?? Who benefits from this kind of posture and crimes. Why are the fair proposals we have been making since 2017 put in the cupboards? Too bad. I would have liked you to examine these proposals and we discuss them instead of stoking a war which will destroy us. Mathias Eric Owona Nguini, let's continue like this, yesterday it was only in NOSO, we are moving forward, when it happens in Yaoundé, we will see. Isn't it hell for the moment it's others ??? ” 

Owona Nguni's reply 

"Maxi Mbe, are you delirious ?!" They will stay there ?! Besides, extermination is not my language ?! Why are you in bad faith like that ?? What do you say about Cho Ayaba's claim regarding Galim's attacks, dear Maxi Mbe ?? Why don't you condemn ?? Are you just complacent with the terrorist and secessionist thugs of armed amazonism?!? ”, Wrote researcher at the Paul Ango Ela foundation.