Thursday, April 2, 2020

Etoudi 'A monarchical succession will lead to total war'

The president of the Revolutionary Democratic Front goes to war against the mutual agreement succession in Cameroon.

In a publication on his twitter account, the politician refutes the idea of ​​a Gabonese, Togolese-style political transition in Cameroon. If Ali Bongo replaced his father Omar Bongo, if Faure NgnassimbĂ© Eyadema replaced his father after his death and an unequal reign in Togo, the revolutionary thinks that this will not be the case in Cameroon. This assumption is all the more necessary since it is important to avoid total war or the popular revolution. 

"The hypothesis of a monarchical succession to power in the Republic of Cameroon will lead to either a total war or a popular revolution which will have to lead to a real political transition to refoundation in our country. No transmission of power over the counter, "wrote the politician on twitter on Thursday, April 1, 2020.

In a forum published on Facebook on Wednesday April 1, 2020, SimĂ©on Roland Ekodo Mveng, political scientist defined the prototype of the future president of the Cameroonian republic through a rather objective reading, which does not take into account the tribal game. Finally, he proposes the political system which currently corresponds to Cameroon.