Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Paul Biya "would be visited by the Coronavirus" Nigerian Journalist says

In one of these recent videos, the Nigerian youtuber Adeola devoted a good part of her program to the President of the Republic Paul Biya. The web influencer noted, like the Cameroonians, the unexplained absence of the President of the Republic since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in Cameroon.

Watch the video below;

After publishing statistics that make Cameroon one of the countries most affected by the Coronavirus in sub-Saharan Africa, the young Nigerian said that, according to indiscretions, Paul Biya "would be visited by the Coronavirus"

The silence of Paul Biya worries the WHO 

The World Health Organization (WHO) like many Cameroonians and certain opposition leaders called on President Paul Biya to break the silence about the pandemic of Coronavirus which is gaining more and more ground in his country.
In a correspondence written on March 23, 2020 and publicly revealed this April 10, the boss of the WHO reacted to the silence to the silence of Paul Biya against the Covid-19 which prevails in the world and in Cameroon. 

“Excellence, your personal commitment is necessary to mobilize communities and strengthen the momentum of a societal movement against COVID-19. Your voice and presence through the main channels of communication and evidence-based guidance and a clear vision of what you can do by speaking to the nation regularly will be invaluable, ”wrote Tedros Adhanom. 
“Finally, Excellency, your role in strengthening solidarity between nations is essential to the success of national and international interventions. The virus ignores borders or political differences, and decisions made in one country can affect response efforts around the world. The politicization of the epidemic or over-optimism in a country's response can be an insurmountable obstacle in the fight against the virus - both nationally and globally, ”he adds.

Jeune Afrique, in an investigation carried out a few days ago, revealed that Paul Biya is in Mvomeka'a in his native village to keep away from the pandemic which is wreaking havoc.