Thursday, April 9, 2020

Covid-19: the STRICT warning of the American Ambassador to the Biya regime

The West, through the American Ambassador to Cameroon, Peter Henry Barlerin acted decisively and warned Paul Biya, 87, of the dangers posed by the coronavirus for people of Biya's age and advised the Yaoundé regime to adopt a harsh and more rigid response to the pandemic. Biya was immediately transported to Mvomeka'a and since then, we have not heard from the Cameroonian head of state.

Biya's minister, Grégoire Owona, and parliamentary officials mingled with the president of the National Assembly, Cavaye Djibril, who, according to a well-placed source, revealed that he contracted the coronavirus in a hospital in France. The Cameroonian intelligence report understands that many of the ruling CPDM deputies who met with the Hon. Cavaye Djibril isolated himself by raising questions about President Biya's health check after a meeting with Minister Grégoire Owona who had met the President of the Chamber Cavaye Djibril in camera after his re-election. 

Parliamentarians and members of the so-called Senate Chamber gathered in Yaoundé, but it was President Biya of his self-insulating fortress in Mvomeka'a who announced the government's solidarity fund to fight the spread of the virus. The CPDM plan made public by Prime Minister Dion Ngute does not take into account Cameroonians forced into unemployment and their means of subsistence because of the virus. 

The Cameroonian government plan also does not provide means to intensify social distancing strategies to fight the virus. Thousands are busy going about their daily activities and in rural areas; large-scale gatherings are still on the agenda making the coronavirus pandemic a joke and above all a Sino-American-European affair. 

As the total number of confirmed cases in Cameroon rose to 509, the CPDM regime without an aggressive plan and a failing public health system brought its begging bowl to the World Health Organization. Biya and his union of criminals of the CPDM care about nothing, not even the measure of social distancing which has been very successful in European countries such as Ireland and Germany. We from Cameroon Concord News Group can now reveal that the Biya-CPDM strategy is no longer to contain the spread of the coronavirus but to spread its spread in Cameroon and to collect millions of US dollars from the World Health Organization and other Cameroonian donors. 

So far, the Minister of Communication, who himself is not part of President Biya's inner circle, has carefully regulated the flow of information on Biya's health to the Cameroonian public. People across the country are now focusing on what could happen if Biya dies as the deadly coronavirus. The situation in Cameroon became more intractable with the announcement of the arrival of French soldiers in Gabon.

The Cameroon Intelligence Report has not yet confirmed this latest French deployment in Cameroon, but what we do know is that the Prime Minister and head of government is pursuing a French-speaking policy in the south of Cameroon and recently appointed Minister Paul Tasong and Njong Donatus as National Coordinator and Deputy National Coordinator of the Presidential Plan for the Reconstruction and Development of the North West and South West Regions. 

Cameroonian government officials have avoided any situation highlighting the health of President Biya and the coronavirus and they have remained discreet about the dangers of Biya going on forever. Biya cannot fly abroad and does not plan to be tested by a Cameroonian doctor. He is very frail and there are reports that those who claim to be the guards of power in Yaoundé are taking steps before the match to ensure a smooth transition and continuity with the status quo. 

Now, however, some Cameroonian political commentators are calling on the regime's barons to change course - from begging and borrowing to maintain the regime and contain the coronavirus to sit with the Ambazonian leader, President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe in a transparent forum and discuss the future of British and French Cameroon. One point in time is worth nine 

But there has been a palpable alarm in Etoudi since Biya started its process of automatic isolation in Mvomeka'a. The coronavirus already has a significant impact on the Cameroonian economy, now without support from the oil and gas sector. For 37 years as head of state, Biya has done nothing to maintain the health and financial security of Cameroon and its people. 

As a result, the coronavirus is slowly but surely signaling the end of Mr. Biya - a monstrous responsibility of a head of state and a political catastrophe that has raged for decades.