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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Sparrowhawk: this is how Ayolo Mvondo squandered public funds in France

This is a result of an investigation conducted by our colleague Moundé Njimbam, based in France. In his narrative, the Cameroonian activist reveals the conditions in which the official residence acquired at 3 billion by the former ambassador today Director of Civil Cabinet of the presidency Samuel Ayolo Mvondo.

In a video shot in front of the residence abandoned by Samuel Ayolo Mvondo, our colleague denounces the waste of public funds which, according to him, could serve to improve the living conditions of the Cameroonian populations.

Below is the story of Moundé Njimbam

A new ambassador of Cameroon in France was, at the end of a decree of the President of the Republic, appointed on March 29th.

This is Mr. Alfred Nguini, former holder of the same function in Abidjan in Côte d'Ivoire. His appointment comes a year after the departure of Samuel Mvondo Ayolo, his predecessor for this function, who left Paris for the paneling of the Civil Cabinet of the Presidency of the Republic.

As most people know, after the investigations I have been conducting for a year, the official residence he will occupy is located in the Paris region, in the town of St-Maur des Fossés, at 25- 30 minutes from the Porte d'Auteuil, where is the Embassy of Cameroon in France.

This one acquired in 2008, on the basis of documents that I obtained from the Public Finance Department of the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Creteil Land Advertising Service, the notary, Mr. Thibaud Ergaste and the former owner, for an amount of 4, 3 million euros, or nearly 3 billion CFA francs, was shunned by Samuel Mvondo Ayolo.

He had then invoked several reasons: the distance, the situation in flood zone, the interior degradations, etc. Arguments cross-checked with the town hall, defeating the question of the flood zone, "pure invention", according to the technical services. As with the Cabinet of Ushers, Kerner and Associates, which established a statement of compliance after the departure of Mbella Mbella to the Government, in March 2015.

In its wake, despite these counter-arguments, Mr. Mvondo Ayolo had then preferred a princely rental of 180,000 euros per year (more than 120 million CFA francs), or 15,000 euros per month, located in Paris at 63 rue Michel - Ange Auteuil in the 16th arrondissement. An outrageous expense for a country limited in its financial resources. And where, at the same time, refugees and displaced people from the crisis in the North West and South West, lacked everything and water populations, across the country.

After, our work of investigation and our incessant interpellations, it comes, there is some time to resign the lease of this other particular hotel, having made pay in June 2018, the last installment of 180. 000 euros after the SGPR, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh vetoed this file.

As a reminder, the soap opera of this residence fed the chronicles of the press, against a backdrop of tensions between Samuel Mvondo Ayolo and his principal collaborators including the tax-payer, Christophe Ketchankeu. It also prompted the sending of a mission of the National Commission Anti-Corruption, led by the former Minister Garga Haman Adji, came to investigate the regularity of the purchase transaction in 2008, the official residence of the 'ambassador.

We are on standby so that the new ambassador actually occupies the residence acquired at a golden price in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés. Spending money in a luxury hotel is another boon in these times of lean cows in our country, where one dies of thirst for lack of drilling.

In which case it is clearly put on sale or allocated to temporarily house the MAISON DES CAMEROUNAIS DE FRANCE.


A young Cameroonian murdered in Ivory Coast: The alleged murderer would be his spouse and compatriot

Kossodehou Christelle, a 34-year-old girl from Cameroon, was murdered by her compatriot Tchitcha Pierre Roland during a domestic dispute.

Anoumabo was boiling on Easter Eve. And for good reason. On the night of Saturday, April 20, 2019, around 2am, at the time of the resurrection of Christ, Kossedouhou Christelle, a Cameroonian 34 years old, single and mother of a girl of 3 years, left the world of the living. By the fault of his compatriot and spouse, Tchitcha Pierre Roland, a recidivist sentenced to 14 months in prison for "crime of burglary in a parked vehicle".

According to our sources, the alleged murderer maintains that everything started from a domestic dispute, around 2am, in their household where Kossedohou Christelle was killed. After his crime, he lugged the lifeless body of the victim in the corridor of the common courtyard of 14 gates. The same sources report that the body was covered with a loincloth, lying in a pool of blood, with open wounds on both arms, a fracture in the neck. The alleged criminal used two bars of concrete to make the irreparable.

After his crime, he was caught by the onlookers who lynched him, putting him to death. Alerted, the elements of the 26th police district promptly went to the scene. Once there, the police tried to root out the criminal from the hands of onlookers. Evil took them. They, in turn, were attacked. They had to seek the support of the CCDO, which helped them extract the alleged criminal from the clutches of angry people.

Very badly, Tchitcha Pierre Roland was taken to the emergency room of the University Hospital of Treichville where he was treated. His life is no longer in danger, he was brought back this Sunday, April 21, 2019, the police station of the 26th district. While waiting to be taken to the Criminal Police Directorate (CPD) for further investigation, the respondent does not even want to answer the questions.

Sources : linfundrome

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

The bank of Paul Biya involved in 1200 billion scandal

Following a control mission of the Bank of Central African States (Beac) it appears that the general management of the Commercial Corporation of Bank of Cameroon has not surrendered, between 2017 and 2019, more than 1,200 billions of currencies to the BEAC, as provided by the regulations in this area in the CEMAC zone. More seriously, the general management of this Moroccan subsidiary of Attijariwafa opted to finance international trade operations in economies outside the CEMAC zone. 41% owned by the State of Cameroon, SCB Cameroon is considered the bank of the Presidency of the Republic which holds several accounts.

This is another scandal that is brooding the Cameroon Commercial Bank Corporation (SCB Cameroon), a subsidiary of the Moroccan group Attijariwafa. Informed sources in the Ministry of Finance (Minfi) reveal that this subsidiary has undergone a recent control of the Bank of Central African States (Beac). The Central Bank then realized that the SCB was allowed to speculate with foreign exchange from the services of the National Hydrocarbons Company (SNH).Over the period 2017-2018 - and early 2019, it is the equivalent of 1200 billion CFA francs that were not declared and were fraudulently held by the Attijariwafa branch. An average of 400 billion a year."Instead of making the currency available to the central bank as required by the regulations, the general management has taken on it for several years, the risk of exposing the bank, keeping these currencies without declaring them and retroceding them to the BEAC. The most serious thing is that Moroccans started to speculate with these currencies in economies outside the CEMAC zone. Particularly in West Africa, while the CEMAC zone was going through an unprecedented currency crisis. The profits they have made are huge, "says a source close to the record. Which adds that: "The SCB has replaced itself in a central bank bis, illegally managing a hyperimportant volume of currencies. This has also contributed to creating an organized shortage of currencies in Cameroon where economic operators have trouble finding them.

Over the period 2017-2018 - and early 2019, it is the equivalent of 1200 billion CFA francs that were not declared and were fraudulently held by the Attijariwafa branch. An average of 400 billion a year.

As a regulatory penalty, the Ministry of Finance blows, the Beac decided to impose a 30% regulatory fine on the SCB."If we apply the law rigorously, this bank must pay fines of more than 300 billion FCFA. But we are currently seeing how a fine between 1 and 2 billion will be applied, "says our source.

Another adds that, if the Beac opts for strict enforcement of sanctions, namely, to charge 30% fraudulent amounts, this bank will close for sure and all actors in the chain of decision would respond to these acts before the Cameroonian justice ."This bank is to watch closely. With all that is happening now, it may explode or we will end up with a situation similar to that of the Moroccans of the Cameroonian Water (CDE), worries a specialist in the banking sector.

Indeed, this speculation, we learn, had several key pieces including the current managing director, the Moroccan Mohammed Mejbar, and the Cameroonian Victor Emmanuel Menye. The latter is the Deputy Director General (DG-A) of the Cameroonian Bank Corporation but in custody since 9 March. It is within the framework of the so-called Mebe Ngo'o case. Divisional Police Commissioner Oko Petis signed a security guard on March 5, 2019, in the name of Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o, former Defense Minister; Maxime Mbangué, former technical advisor at the Ministry of Defense; Joel Mboutou, colonel of the army and former deputy chief of the military secretary; then Victor Emmanuel Menyé, deputy general manager of SCB Cameroon, the local subsidiary of the Moroccan banking group, Attijariwafa Bank.

The Beac had warned

Abbas Mahamat Tolli, the governor of the Bank of Central African States had warned banks like the SCB. Indeed, he made an exit last March about "unfounded and totally inaccurate" information relayed in the press, citing a scarcity of currencies in the CEMAC. This is due to a rationing policy that would be maintained by the Central Bank. "On a daily basis, the BEAC makes available to the economic agents, through the banks, the currencies solicited when the files submitted comply with the requirements of the regulations. exchange regulations. The latter prescribes to the banks, in its article 34, a delay of two working days for the execution of the orders delivered by the customers, provided that all the conditions of conformity with the regulation of the currencies and the device of fight against money laundering be reunited, "said the governor.

Abbas MahamatTolli therefore invited all the economic agents whose transfer requests would be rejected by the banks, on the grounds of the scarcity of foreign exchange, to inform the national direction of the BEAC of their country of residence.

Abbas MahamatTolli invited therefore all economic agents whose requests for transfer would be rejected by the banks, on the grounds of the scarcity of foreign exchange, to inform the national direction of the BEAC of their country of residence, with all the justifying evidence. On a threatening tone, the governor stated: "The Beac reserves the right to take all the necessary actions, in particular the application of the sanctions provided for by the exchange regulations in force, against the banks which, by their practice, would hinder the proper implementation of the international operations of economic agents".

According to Mr. Tolli, the Central Bank has foreign currency assets that largely cover the needs of the CEMAC economies. As proof, he adds, the extreme stability of the zone's currency is comfortable, as attested by its external coverage rate of more than 62%.

A sandal more ...

Information gathered from the leaders of this finance company indicate that its Director General Mohammed Mejbar, has also recently filed a complaint to the regional director of judicial police for the coastline in Douala, following irregularities observed in the system. management of the bank. In fact, there were reports of irregular funds transfers and suspicious transfers intercepted in accounts held there. In this case, hundreds of millions of FCFA fraudulently transferred to several customers of the bank, for a total amount of about 2 billion FCFA. According to the same sources, 27 Cameroonians. 9 executives of the Scb, and 18 clients and others, have already been remanded to the regional branch of the judicial police for the coast, for this case.

And yet, the CBS is doing pretty well from a financial point of view. During the period 2014-2016, the total amount of the dividend paid to the Cameroonian state by SCB Cameroon is 15.9 billion FCFA.

However, faced with the delicacy of such a file, some prefer to play the card of the caution, since some heads of the bank's information systems with special rights in the banking system are not curiously suspected or arrested, since the responsibility of the superiors of the arrested persons is also engaged because of the stratification vertical of the decision chain. This, for the simple reason that in the banking system, "commitments and financial movements are subject to levels of responsibility managed by access and traceable computer codes".

And yet, the CBS is doing pretty well from a financial point of view. During the period 2014-2016, the total amount of the dividend paid to the Cameroonian State by SCB Cameroun is 15.9 billion FCFA. This dividend envelope exceeds by nearly 2 billion FCFA, the sum of 14 billion FCFA paid to the State, as a dividend over the same period, by the National Hydrocarbons Corporation (SNH), the public oil juggernaut, that the state controls 100%.

According to the same data, the third contributor to the dividends received by the State of Cameroon, during the period 2014-2016, is the local subsidiary of the French banking group Societe Generale, with a global envelope of 2.48 billion CFA francs paid. to the State during the period under consideration. In total, between 2014 and 2016, the State of Cameroon received a total dividend of CFAF 36.3 billion from 12 companies in which it holds assets, out of the 84 that the country had during the period under review.


Limbé: CPDM activist demands immediate release of arrested separatists

Helen Ebai, a lawyer, told Prime Minister Dion Ngute in Limbe that separatist fighters want the government to release all those arrested during the three-year-old crisis.

She thanked the Prime Minister for coming to meet the people so that peace can be restored in the North West and South West regions. But one of the major problems faced by government officials is that they often speak to protect their jobs or positions in government, rather than inform the government of the reality on the ground.

"My problem is that some of us have talked to boys. But when you tell them that, get out of the bush and put down your weapons for reasons of peace, they say that one group of people can not lay the gun and the others hold theirs. One of the reasons why the call to boys to lay down their arms was not listened to is that they also wanted all those arrested in the last three years, in connection with this crisis, to be released. "

She was one of seven people who made some interventions after Prime Minister was successfully transmitted its message of the head of state to the people, Wednesday, May 15, 2019.

The Prime Minister reiterated his message, as in Bamenda and Buea, that the head of state, Paul Biya, promised a dialogue to resolve the ongoing crisis. He reiterated that the issue of separation would not be on the agenda. "The boys say they can not go out because the military will kill them," she said.

Chief Atem Ebako of Talangai village stressed the need for the government to start the construction of the deep sea port of Limbe as one of the ways to pacify the inhabitants of the region. The Prime Minister, like his predecessor, Philemon Yang, said plans were already under way for the construction of the Limbe seaport.He revealed that the chiefs in Buea had sent him the same request.

Ngute said that everything said by the people would be passed on to the head of state for his consideration. He regretted that the crisis caused a sharp drop in school attendance of up to 20%. However, he was happy that, unlike elsewhere in the South West, schools are running well in Limbe. Senator Mbella Moki also thanked the Prime Minister for coming to see how the crisis can be resolved.


Monday, May 20, 2019

Urgent: Owner of Black and White Bar in Old Town has just been killed by Cameroonian soldiers

Report reaching now had in brief that the owner of Black and White Bar in Old Town was shot by Cameroonian soldiers few minutes ago.

It was confirmed by one of reliable source in Bamenda.

Soldiers are taking advantage of the shooting stars in Bamenda this night to attack several neighborhoods, Prince Nfor Hanson says.

Meanwhile 4-month old baby was shot in Muyuka today,

"They forced their way into the house. shot my baby who was sleeping while I was in the kitchen.The  military did that. I place a curse on them for doing this to my child. These tears I shed wil never go in vain"
Mother of 4-month old baby shot in Muyuka today speaks.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: Tibor Nagy hits The Biya Regime Again, says military continues to Carry out atrocities

Reporting to the US Congress, Tibor Nagy who was recently in Cameroon Strick's the Biya regime once again before the Congress.

Tibor says Cameroon government has done nothing to resolve the conflict while it military continues to burn down villages as armless civilians are forced to take refuge in bushes.

He pleads with the US to redouble its efforts to see an end to the conflict”.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Succession of Biya: Dion Ngute breaks into the list

The delusional welcome reserved for Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute by the people of Buea, and through them of the entire Southwest region, demonstrated to Cameroonians that he is finally the man of the situation. None of the current candidates, whether they are from the majority or the opposition, are able to obtain such an ovation in this region where the fire has been burning for three long years. It is not only the son of the country who has been acclaimed, but a man, in the eyes of the people, able to appease hearts and bring fraternity back to the people. For her, he is a character without spots, besides being head of the government. He succeeded where his predecessor and countless other politicians failed. To bring people spontaneously down the street, and to be ovationed, because he was perceived as a deliverer of slush of the violence of the armed bands that sow death in the villages, burn schools and hospitals.

Independence is fire, blood, tears, corpses

"Independence is fire, blood, tears, corpses": such was Aimé Césaire's response to Martinique which had watered him insults when he had opted for the departmentalization of Martinique, rather than for independence, in 1946. He went on to say: "Progress, it is not counted in shed blood, it is counted in spared blood, it is not counted in wasted human lives, it counts in human lives saved, you understand me, the PPM (its political party), refuses to pay, at any price, a pseudo-liberty, or a pseudo-promotion, especially since the shed blood is most often the blood of the innocent. It should be complemented by "like those young people who are dying in the NW and SO forests, while the children of their sponsors are quietly pursuing their studies in Washington, Boston, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Houston, etc. "

Cameroon is a turning point and you have to take this turning point

we are at a turning point, and you have to take this turn. It all depends on how we are going to take it, will we do it with our eyes fixed on the past, or with our eyes fixed on the future. The war did not pay. The NW and SW regions are currently being ransacked, destroyed, unlivable. The villages are empty. The population is in disarray. She is traumatized. She is tired of violence. The graves she digs can not be counted anymore. The independence which had been announced to him in three short months, is rather happily completing his third year without being realized. And finally, it's death lurking. More seriously, the Southwest is paying more than the North West, the price of "independence" remote control since exiles comfortably settled in America, the US passport in their pocket, as once the Mungo had cruelly paid the actions of the "maquisards" from 1957 to 1970. We must turn this page and open a new one. The army has not been defeated. She will not be. She will not withdraw from NO and SO. She is there to fight the bandits and protect the population.  Independence did not occur. International recognition is not there. It is the GREEN-RED-YELLOW that always floats on the masts. And there are 1500 dead. For nothing. It is not smart to continue. The time to lay down the weapons has long since sounded. The time of capitulation. Odjoku in Nigeria capitulated. General Lee, leader of the American Civil War, surrendered. It is even more criminal than at the beginning to pursue a bloody adventure without a way out. Indoctrinated young people go daily.They leave the forests, and return to a normal life. They no longer believe in "independence". They are disillusioned. They understand that they are dying for nothing.

Peace: it is in Yaounde that it happens and not in New York

It is the Cameroonians who will bring peace, them and them-alone, not the UN diplomats. Joseph Dion Nguté was hailed as an issuer, not the US Permanent Representative to the UN. Joseph Dion Ngute is a son of the country, not the US ambassador to the Security Council. Joseph Dion Ngute defends his homeland Cameroon, not the permanent US representative at the UN. His family dealership was set on fire, not that of Mike Pompeo, the US Secretary of State (Minister of Foreign Affairs). The peace in Cameroon, is passing by him, Joseph Dion Ngute, and not by any individual or group living in New York, Washington, Montreal, Berlin, Brussels, London, Amsterdam, Paris, and flooding daily with Facebook about insulting and incendiary.

The time of ultimate sabotage

Naturally, countless Cameroonians eager to access Etoudi can only minimize what has just happened at the SW. For them, we need an "inclusive dialogue", hear a job-sharing meeting like in the DRC which ended with four vice-presidents, one per armed group, to bring peace to Cameroon. As a result, they fuel the war and sabotage any initiative that does not lead to "inclusive dialogue". They, their eyes and ears are desperately focused on the "international community", who would come to power. But, the joker Joseph Dion Ngute has arrived in real trouble. He is throwing sand in the tapioca. It becomes inedible.


Sociopolitical crisis: how far can Paul Biya go into forgiveness?

The head of state calls for a cross on the past and look to the future after declaring war on secessionists.

By sending his Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, in the North West last week and in the Southwest yesterday, to tell the people, traditional leaders and leaders of political parties and civil society that he was now ready to open a "formal dialogue" in the perspective of a return to the country in the North West and South West, the President of the Republic, Paul Biya, has completely changed his approach in the resolution of the anglophone crisis.

Even if the contours of this dialogue are not yet known, there is every reason to believe that instead of the rigor of the law and the determination of the defense and security forces promised to the secessionists in his inaugural speech, November 06, 2018 and even before, the position of the Head of State has evolved to a peaceful solution. Shortly before the chief of government's trip to the English-speaking regions, he began to set the stage for such a turnaround.

"The important thing today is to forgive and forget, to strive together towards a common goal. We can not, at the same time, look to the future and live in the past.Mutual forgiveness is the path to lasting peace, "he wrote on twitter on May 7."Forget our resentment, our dissensions, our divisions. Let us remain committed to our ideal of unity and look to the future with confidence. It is on this condition that we can live in peace, "he continued in another tweet on May 11. It is not Paul Biya's habit to keep a low profile, but by this option - taken under external pressure, of course - he is seeking to put an end to the intolerable massacres that have lasted for three years. According to figures from the International Crisis Group (ICG), contained in its latest report, the Anglophone crisis has, during the last 20 months, 1850 deaths, 530,000 internally displaced, more than 160,000 refugees on the Nigerian side, etc. To materialize his pardon, the head of state could, from credible sources, grant pardon and order the arrest of prosecutions against English-speaking leaders in the coming days.

A perspective that was not possible a few months ago. In fact, many argue that the heavy balance sheet previously mentioned partly reflects the failure of the armed option taken from the outset by the government to calm these tensions.However, is it possible that this pardon is limitless, at the risk of allowing a feeling of impunity to flourish after so many atrocities? The President of the Republic is now open to discuss on all topics, except secession. Now remains the equation of radicals such as Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, incarcerated for two years with the 47 members of his government, Mancho Bibixy, etc., who want to hear about nothing but separation.

Among the moderates who lean towards federalism, on the other hand, the discourse of forgiveness passes more easily. "In order to speak of forgiveness, it is necessary that the various parties concerned by the tensions or by the evil that has been made recognize it. On the one hand, there is recognition of the wrongs, and on the other there is a willingness on the part of others to accept what is brought in terms of reparation in order to get rid of the tension that has taken place. place. It is therefore necessarily a work that requires that each of his side put water in his wine, so as to meet and put in a logic of reconciliation, "analyzes the sociopolitical Claude Abe.

"In a more global context, and with the aim of also getting out of the climate of political depression, could the envisaged national forgiveness extend to the leaders and militants of the Movement for the rebirth of Cameroon (Mrc) incarcerated for three months? We can not deal with both issues at the same time. From my point of view, it is not sure that the situation of the Mrc is a political situation. We will have to clarify things on that. The problem that Cameroon currently has is a problem of reconciliation with the English side. We can not house the two problems in the same sign, if it is a problem for Mrc, "said the academic.

Source: Mutations No. 4856

Latest: Njume Franklin held a secret meeting in Buea, planning to murder Barrister John Nso Abdul Karim, source reveals

A source very close to Njume Franklin had revealed to Dr Anderson Kajang that a secret meeting was held in Buea by Njume Franklin and his team, they had concluded plans to murder Barrister John Nso and moslem scholar, Abdul Karim.

" Per reliable information from Buea, Njume Franklin and his gang held a meeting to murder Barrister John Nso and moslem scholar, Abdul Karim. This maybe in the form of accident or gunshots".

"We want to inform Ambazonians and the world to take note of this threat".


Monday, May 13, 2019

Helicopter Crash Update: Military Commander Dies while 3 DOs reportedly injured In Oku

A military helicopter belonging to Cameroon’s defense and security forces has crashed in Oku in Cameroon’s NWR.

The Company Commander of the Nkor Gendarmerie brigade died in the crash while three DOs were injured.

The helicopter developed a technical fault while landing at Elak-Oku, reason why it did not catch fire.

The Administrative and Security Officials were returning from Bamenda where they met with the Prime Minister, Head of Government Chief Dr Dion Ngute.

Source: MMI

Cameroon: Paul Biya to receive ex Ambazonia fighters

The Head of State Paul Biya will soon receive ex separatist combattants who have laid down their weapons, Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute has hinted.

The PM dropped the hint to 35 ex separatist combattants at the Bamenda Regional Centre of the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration Committee while rounding up his visit to Bamenda last weekend.

He praised the ex fighters for their courage to drop down their weapons and return to the fatherland and urged them to remain loyal and patriotic for the nation needs them.

The Prime Minister told them the Head of State has forgiven them and is ready to give them a second chance because their future lies within the Fatherland.

The Head of State Paul Biya will receive them as soon as possible, Joseplh Dion Ngute told them without mentioning any date.


Cameroon: There is room for dialogue between Ambazonia leaders and Biya-Eric Chinje

Interviewed by Journal du, veteran journalist Eric Chinje disclosed part of the discussion he had with Ambazonian leader Julius Tabe Ayuk during his visit at the Kondengui maximum security prison last Tuesday.

Insisting he could not disclose every details of their discursion, Eric Chinje said there was room for both parties to come together and dialogue.

“There is room for Sisiku Tabi Ayuk and Paul Biya to seat across the table from each other and talk to engage.” Eric Chinje said.

He mentioned the fact that for any negotiation to be made, background work needed to be done in order to identify the two parties ready to involve in negotiations. This work according to him could only be done by a neutral party.

“I believe that due diligence needs to be done, not by a central actor in this process (Government/Ambazonians). It could be an internal or external independent group or a friendly Government to help in carrying out a pre-conference review.” The veteran journalist said.

As such, he urged the powers that be to engage with everybody who has an idea that could help put an end to the deepening Anglophone crisis.

“This war in Cameroon whatever we say of it will end one day and it will end at the negotiation table. So, why not do it now than later. The Government should have the courage to reach out to a neutral party the extremists are willing to accept for negotiation. Beyond those negotiations whatever the outcomes are, that International community should help us implement them” Eric Chinje said.


Ambazonia: UN Security Council to discuss Cameroon’s ‘humanitarian crisis’ today

Members of the United Nations Security Council will hold an informal meeting today on the humanitarian situation in Cameroon as the crisis in the North West and South West regions persists.

The Arria-formula meeting on the humanitarian crisis in Cameroon is organised by the  Dominican Republic, Germany, the UK and the US.

Panelists will be the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Mark Lowcock, Secretary-General of the Norwegian Refugee Council Jan Egeland, and Esther Omam Njomo, the Executive Director of Reach Out Cameroon.

Council members will be invited to speak, and other member states, permanent observers and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) may attend and may request to speak while a summary of the meeting is expected from the Chairperson.

According to the concept note circulated ahead of the meeting, its focus is the humanitarian impact of violence and insecurity in Cameroon. Cameroon now has the 6th largest displaced population in the world, three million people are food insecure, and more than 1.5 million people need emergency health assistance. The objective is to raise awareness of the situation and to consider practical steps to be taken for an effective humanitarian response, including with regard to the protection of civilians, particularly of the most vulnerable populations, and respect for international humanitarian law.

Culled from UN Security Council report

'Paul Biya will unfortunately lose power very soon'

The power of the Cameroonian head of state Paul Biya would hold only one thread to believe the teacher researcher and convinced Biyaiste Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamdi. Invited on Radio Balafon on May 7, the academic has indeed hinted that the Western powers with the help of some CPDM executives would work for the fall of Paul Biya.

For Messanga Nyamdi, maneuvers are currently underway in diplomatic agencies to oust the Cameroonian president whose longevity in power would not be the taste of some foreign powers.

"Today, longevity in power is very disturbing in the world. In Africa the global strategy of the Western powers was to eliminate five (05) heads of state including Muammar Gaddafi, Robert Mugabe, Omar El Bashir, Theoro Obiang and Paul Biya, "says Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamdi.

The first three are already gone, he continues, it remains only Théoro Obiang and Paul Biya. This strategy would hide a strategic relent according to the teacher of international relations.

"Cameroon is a hotly contested strategic issue. If Cameroon falls, If Cameroon falls, there will be a merciless war that will allow the Western oil powers to penetrate Equatorial Guinea, take back Chad and master Gabon and Congo, "he said.

Although he denounces the fierceness of foreign powers against Cameroon, Messanga Nyamdi finds that the latter are helped by several ministers and CPDM executives who are "little wolves" around Biya and whose job is to create a sense of unhappiness among Cameroonians.

Among them, the Minister of Labor Grégoire Owona he considers as one of the biggest opponents of the regime.

I am already tired of my comrade Grégoire Owona, who is one of the biggest opponents of the regime (Biya). These are actors who want to precipitate the fall of the president. I was shocked to say in times of crisis that a Cameroonian can live with 36,000 CFA francs. He could have said: "Because we are an underdeveloped country and as we are at war, for now, what the government has done is to put 36,000 FCFA at the disposal of Cameroon as the smallest salary ", Said Charlemagne Messanga Nyamdi.


Serail: Paul Biya accused of high treason against Cameroon

In recent days, the decree of the Cameroonian Head of State entitled "Decree 2019/043 of February 5, 2019 granting permanent delegation of signature to Mr. NGOH NGOH Ferdinand, Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic. "Is on the spotlight, arouses heated debate and provokes indignation from several Cameroonians.

Oratorical jousting on the media platforms, in the streets or under the hut of the republic, several experienced jurists note that we are here in the presence of an act of rape of the Cameroonian constitution which results in an illegitimate transfer from the power of the people to an unelected senior official. And yet it is already a little over 3 months since this decree, passed almost unnoticed, has been published. This leads us to ask ourselves the following questions:

Why the President of the Republic in good health and who would have obtained the suffrage of his people and sworn in only 3 months ago would concede his permanent right of signature to a senior clerk of the additional condition occupying a non-constitutional position?

Why the President of the Republic who was sworn only 3 months before on the constitution and fundamental law (Law No. 96-06 of 18 January 1996 revising the Constitution of 02 June 1972) which governs its initiatives and the operation of the state signs a decree that does not respect the spirit of the said constitution?

Why does the President of the Republic sign this decree only 10 days after the declaration of his main challenger Professor Maurice KAMTO who during the white march denounces world-wide the transfer of power by mutual agreement?Are we in the presence of a transfer of power by mutual agreement at the top of the state?

Why the President of the Republic who knows very well that the violation and the non-respect of the constitution of a country by its leaders is like an act of high treason continues to sign inferior laws (laws, decrees, orders, etc.) that go against the spirit of law of the constitution?

Are we in the presence of a Head of State who consciously or unconsciously does not measure the fundamental importance of the institutions of a country as guaranteed by the constitution which is like a kind of contract towards the people and the state ?

In a context where the mechanism for verifying the constitutionality of laws is exclusively the responsibility of the legislature and the constitutional council (but never of the people through its civil society for example), in short of the apparent political weight, are we in a situation permanent status quo where a Cameroonian was President of the Republic is above the constitution?

Article 10 of the Basic Law of Cameroon (the Cameroonian Constitution) is precise in paragraph 2 on the delegation of its powers by the President of the Republic.What does this article say?

Art. 10.-

(1) the President of the Republic appoints the Prime Minister and, on a proposal from the latter, the other members of the Government. He fixes their attributions; He puts an end to their functions; He chairs the ministerial councils.

(2) The President of the Republic may delegate some of his powers to the Prime Minister, to other members of the Government and to certain senior officials of the State administration, within the scope of their respective powers.

(3) In the event of temporary impediment, the President of the Republic shall appoint the Prime Minister or, in the event of his being unable to attend, another member of the Government, to perform certain of his duties, within the framework of a express delegation.

Article 10 (2) stresses that the delegation must be partial, hence the term "some". So the "PERMANENT" character of the delegation of signature, therefore, of power and this without framing it to the Minister of State and SGPR NGOH NGOH is unconstitutional and dangerous for the nation, because it grants him the prerogatives to appoint for example the general of the army, to reorganize the government, in short to take actions which are the attribution of the only President of the Republic. One wonders therefore if this practice is not historical.

Already a little over 59 years 4 months since the Republic of Cameroon has obtained some independence and whose process of creating a new independent state has reached its completion point 20 months later ie. October 1, 1961 with the creation of the Federal Republic of Cameroon. Since then there have been changes in the initial constitution with a very limited consideration of the aspirations of the people who very often was not invited to express themselves as everywhere else through referendums.These multiple drifts continued throughout the 37 years of the Biya diet:

Decree of the law n ° 84-1 of February 4, 1984 having not respected the procedure envisaged by the constitution in force concerning the change of official name of the name of the country which is one of the causes of the current murderous conflict in the so-called English-speaking regions in Cameroon: "The United Republic of Cameroon takes, as from the entry into force of this law, the name of Republic of Cameroon".

Failure to comply with article 66 of the 1996 constitution, which led to further looting at the head of the state and thus endangering the country.

Art. 66.- The President of the Republic, The Prime Minister, the members of the Government and the like, The President and the members of the Bureau of the National Assembly, The President and the members of the Senate Bureau, Deputies, Senators, all holders of an elective mandate, Secretaries General of Ministries and similar, Directors of central administrations, Directors General of public and parastatal enterprises, Magistrates, administrative staff responsible for the assessment, recovery and handling public revenues, all credit managers and public assets, must make a declaration of their assets and assets at the beginning and at the end of their mandate or function. A law determines the other categories of persons subject to the provisions of this section and specifies the manner of their application.

Non-compliance in 2011 with Article 6 of the 1996 Constitution amended in 2008, as he was not sworn anew by the amended Constitution of 2008.

Art. 6.- (1) The President of the Republic is elected by direct universal suffrage, equal and secret, by a majority of the votes cast.(2) The President of the Republic is elected for a term of seven (7) years renewable once.

Non-compliance with the laws on the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution and non-compliance with international agreements ratified by the State of Cameroon, especially those on the rights and freedoms of the people, as stipulated in Article 45 of the Constitution. constitution.

Art. 45. Treaties or international agreements duly approved or ratified have, from their publication, an authority superior to that of the laws, subject, for each agreement or treaty, to its application by the other party.)

The list of laws, ordinances , decrees or actions validated by the President Paul BIYA not respecting the constitution in force and having participated in the current decrepitude of Cameroon is not exhaustive. Among other things, holidays outside Cameroon whose durations often exceeded the power holidays clauses, the non-respect in time of the establishment of the institutions envisaged by the constitution and the decentralization, the declaration of the war against a part of his people (NOSO) from France a foreign state, etc.

Excerpts from the 1st constitution of Cameroon:

Given all these facts and voluntary or involuntary failures mentioned above and whose consequences are very harmful to the peace and security of the State of Cameroon, can we say that the actions of President Paul BIYA undermine the security of the state and as a recidivist pushes to confirm the thesis of HIGH TREHISON towards Cameroon?


Feast of May 20: Paul Biya caught in his own trap as Secessionist militias also declared a lockdown on that day

The two main political parties of the opposition and the traditional leaders of the South West region have announced that they will not participate in the traditional parade on May 20, national holiday. Secessionist militias also declared a lockdown during this period.

The Cameroonian political scene remains tense for a few days of celebrations of the National Day of the country, scheduled for May 20. After Maurice Kamto's Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC), the Social Democratic Front (SDF) of the historical opponent John Fru Ndi has just announced that he will not take part in the various ceremonies organized on the occasion of the national holiday of the country.

The reason advanced by the two main political parties of the opposition is the same, namely the government's deafness to calls for dialogue in the context of the Anglophone crisis. "As long as this war and this insecurity prevails, the SDF can not participate in celebrations marking the national holiday, and this on the extent of the territory," said Joshua Osih, first national vice president of the SDF, in a statement issued May 8th.

A statement that joins that of the deputy secretary general of the MRC, held a week earlier. In a letter to the regional leaders of his party, Justin Roger Noah said that the MRC "can not celebrate when Cameroonians are killed, while the government ignores".

Disturbances in the English-

speaking zone In the English- speakingzone, the secessionist militias once again called for a boycott of the May 20th celebrations. To make sure, two days of lockdown are announced for May 19 and 20.

Advised, the administrative authorities have taken steps to remedy this. In Buea, the governor of the South West region instructed all the traditional chiefs of the region to take part in the parade. "Each chief will hold a sign indicating the name of his village, and he will be followed by his people," said Bernard Okalia Bilai. Those who do not will see the consequences of their disobedience in less than 30 days, "he said.

Words that very quickly aroused the wrath of the people and the various leaders, who wanted to make known. On May 5, the traditional chiefs broke the tide in the city to denounce what they consider a "disrespectful measure". "The Fako people are constantly asking us questions. We wonder if we have problems with the government. It's not up to the governor to tell us when we have to walk. We respect him, let him do the same, "defended the village leader Bwassa, Ewome Eko John, joined by Jeune Afrique.

Calls for appeasement

In this climate of tension, the President of the Republic multiplies calls for calm.Since April 22, Paul Biya has launched a series of publications that he addresses daily through his accounts on social networks. Calls for patriotism and the promotion of living together for the most part.

But the tolerance advocated by President Biya struggles to find a favorable echo within the presidential camp, where the boycott announced by the opposition parties does not move. This is the case of the lawyer Emmanuel Pensy, who believes that "a good parade of May 20 is always happening without the disruptive as the SDF, the MRC and other micro parties".Their absence? "It's so much better," he concludes.


Ambazonia: US Congress strikes Biya again

The condemnations against the Yaoundé power are constantly coming in at the international level with regard to the armed clashes in North-West and South-West Cameroon.

After the Parliament of the European Union, it is the turn of the US Congress to rebel against the US government he holds responsible for atrocities committed in English-speaking regions.

A resolution adopted by the US Congress on May 7, 2019, requires Yaoundé's power to open "without preconditions" for dialogue with religious and community leaders in English-speaking areas, as well as for the liberation of human rights defenders. the man and all those arrested in connection with the Anglophone crisis.

Read the full resolution:

Representatives room.

1) strongly condemns the abuses committed in the English-speaking areas of Cameroon by Cameroonian security forces and armed groups, including extrajudicial executions and detentions, the use of force against civilians and non-violent protesters, and that the violation of the freedoms of the press, the expression Assembly;

(2) affirms that the United States continues to hold the Government of Cameroon accountable for the respect of the rights of all citizens, regardless of their political views or beliefs or the region in which they reside, in accordance with Cameroon's international obligations and to Cameroon's own Constitution;

(3) urges all parties, including political opposition groups, to exercise restraint and to ensure that protests remain peaceful;

(4) Urges the Government of Cameroon to:

(A) engage in a broadened dialogue without preconditions and make a credible faith effort to work with religious and community leaders in the English-speaking region to resolve grievances and seek non-existent solutions; violent conflict resolution and constitutional reforms that may protect minorities' concerns, such as rebuilding a federal system;

(B) respond to initiatives developed to resolve grievances, including the Bilingualism and Multiculturalism Commission, the Ministry of Decentralization, and the National Commission for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration, which currently do not provide any visible evidence their constructive role in solving the crisis;

(C) respect the fundamental rights of all Cameroonian citizens, including political activists and journalists;

(D) ensure that all security operations are conducted in accordance with international human rights standards, including to ensure that security forces use force only in appropriate circumstances;

(E) to investigate in a transparent manner all allegations of human rights violations committed in English-speaking areas and to take the necessary measures to prevent arbitrary detention, torture, enforced disappearances, deaths in custody and inhuman conditions prisons;

(F) promptly charge or release all persons detained in the context of the Anglophone crisis, including Cameroonians forcibly returned from Nigeria, and ensure that all future detainees are treated as planned in accordance with the Cameroonian Penal Code;

(G) allow unimpeded access to humanitarian workers and health professionals in accordance with the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence;

(H) release Cameroonian Renaissance Movement leaders and party members arrested as a result of their peaceful demonstrations and ensure that this party, like the others, can fully participate in the upcoming municipal, parliamentary and regional elections;

(I) release human rights defenders, civil society activists, political prisoners, journalists, trade unionists, teachers and other citizens who have been arbitrarily arrested and detained without trial or accusation;

(J) ensure that detainees are treated fairly and humanely, through appropriate judicial procedures, including a register of persons detained by the Cameroonian security forces, and unrestricted access to judicial resources; and

(K) ensure that Cameroon's anti-terrorism legislation is used only to prosecute offenses that would be considered acts of terrorism under international legal norms, and stop using such legislation to punish activities protected by international law. national and international guarantees of freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association with others; and

(5) urges separatist groups to:

(A) engage in a broad dialogue, without preconditions, with Cameroonian government officials, as well as civil society and religious leaders, in order to peacefully express their grievances and credibly engage in non-violent efforts to resolve the conflict;

(B) immediately stop committing human rights violations, including killings of civilians, the use of child soldiers, torture, kidnapping and extortion;

(C) immediately end the boycott of the school and stop attacks on schools, teachers and education officials, and allow the safe return of all students to class;

(D) put an end to incitement to violence and hate speech by the diaspora; and

(E) immediately release all civilians illegally detained or kidnapped in the English-speaking regions of North West and South West.


A Cameroonian is elected in the regional elections of Europe

Dr. Colette Njomgang Fonkeu is counting on his previous achievements and his electoral program to get Belgians to vote for her on May 26th.

Councilor for Education, Sport and Culture in the municipality of Etterbeek, Brussels, Belgium, Dr. Colette Njomgang, candidate for the election of regional deputies for Brussels is ranked 30th on the list of the Socialist Party.

This deputy mayor since 2012, decided to make a leap when it is barely fifteen years since she entered the political world. She wishes to be part of the 21 MEPs who will be the Belgian representatives of the European Parliament.

Far from being a personal ambition, the one described as a "politician who does not play politics" is carried by the inhabitants of her commune. The latter were marked by his great heart, his dynamism at work and his passion to help others.

Ophthalmologist trained at the Catholic University of Louvain, Dr. Colette Njomgang during his six years in the municipality of Etterbeek, accompanied and initiated several social projects and charities. In the aldermen of health, she sets up a project of eyewear for people precarious. The idea is to recover the frames in good condition and recycle them for free distribution to the needy.

An initiative that both fights poverty and protects the environment. In the context of culture, she has set up an Etterbeek artists' career which, above and beyond access to culture or the showcase for artists, allows above all social cohesion.

It creates a lasting bond between people who meet to share their culture or passion for art. In her fight against racism, she takes advantage of her position as president of the Senghor cultural center, to initiate this year, "the year of Africa".

Here it is a question of studying all projects that focus on Africa and put them forward to support the realization. The goal is to enable young people born in Belgium and those of immigrant origin to be able to identify and take a new look at Africa and its wealth. The list of Dr. Njomgang's books is far from exhaustive.At 54, wife Fonkeu is one of the twenty most influential women of African descent in Belgium.

Mother of three children, she is the first Cameroonian elected to the alderman of Etterbeek and already the 4th Cameroonian in Belgium after Christian Ngongang Wandji re-elected to Marche en Famene for a second consecutive term, Alain Eyenga elected once in Charleroi in 2006, and most recently, in the commune of Beaumont, Firmin Ndongo. His accession to the deputation will enable him to better fight against the phenomenon of homelessness, discrimination, racism, lack of education and medical care, inequalities and social injustice.

Source: The News N ° 007

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Socio-political crisis: the hidden plan of Biya and Fru Ndi revealed

The purpose of the Prime Minister's trip to NOSO is no longer a mystery. Mr Ngute has come to meet exclusively Mr Fru Ndi and the SDF with the aim of organizing a semblance of feast of May 20th and strengthening the RDPC-SDF tandem because the crisis in this region threatens the long-standing alliance between the two parties . His statements about dialogue in the NOSO are only his and his alone for the moment. The goal is to make the world believe that Cameroonians are talking.

The statements made by the Prime Minister of Cameroon, Mr Ngute, on the dialogue in Cameroon are binding on him alone. There is an expression that states that "what is clearly said is easily stated".This announcement of dialogue would have been clear if it had been done by Paul Biya the chief twitterlogue or if Mr. Ngute had made this declaration in Yaoundé, solemnly in a council of minister or before the members of the national assembly for example . Mr Nguté made his statement in an empty street in Bamenda, along with Fru Ndi, the boss of the SDF, the associated party of the CPDM. He has so much trouble expressing the content of this dialogue that he needs a week just to say it. Moreover, at this very moment, I think that even the great sorcerer's apprentices of the Yaoundé regime are not able to tell us what this dialogue is about, which Mr Ngute is talking about.

I am going to transcribe here an excerpt from Mr. Ngute's speech to the leaders of the sub-region: "The Fon des Fons (the invisible incapable) instructed me to come and tell you, to order your children to come out of the forest. Once out of this forest, the invisible incapable will give them work ". Just this excerpt tells you about the colonial mission of this administrative clerk who has certainly taken, with the cold welcome he has received, the measure of the situation but who continues to believe that illusions and cosmetic actions are on today's agenda.

After this emotion of the announcement of the dialogue, let us concentrate a little bit on the contours of this visit of Mr. Nguté.The Yaounde regime is still dreaming of organizing a semblance of unity feast on May 20 in the NOSO. The principle of this type of organization is known and consists of minting fake extras who are sometimes chartered by charters from neighboring departments, and which are framed by death squads, the time of a clumsily called image for the 8 pm news on the CRTV.This kind of mission was once entrusted to the expert house, Mr. Atanga Nji. But even by the latter, it seems that the recipients never see the color of okra.That's why, Mr. Ngute, apparently the only clean Mr. of the regime, had to go down himself on the ground because this 20 of May is very important. That's why Mr Ngute relies on their old ally, Fru Ndi and his homeless. If they succeed their coup May 20, this would constitute with this announcement of dialogue a proof, for the international community, that Paul Biya, by his absence and his tweets, makes advance Cameroon against wind and tide.

Beyond that, it will strengthen the RDPC-SDF tandem because the crisis in this region threatens the long-standing alliance between the two parties. This visit will place the SDF in the forefront of the opposition while softening the increasingly virulent criticism of the SDF vis-à-vis the power. Fru Ndi, president of a party that came fourth in the last election, sees himself as supra mediator of the dialogue. He is just adorable this Candide!

To fully understand the real reasons for this exclusivity that the Prime Minister granted to the SDF in the NOSO, it is important to remember who is Fru Ndi and the SDF, what is the situation in the NOSO and what is the state of relations between the SDF and the CPDM.

Fru Ndi and the SDF:

- Fru Ndi is the one who created the first opposition party in the 1990s, the SDF, responsible for legitimizing the "democracy" of the CPDM for almost 25 years.

- The SDF is the most established party in the NOSO

- Fru Ndi and his SDF has established a tandem with the CPDM which captures the majority in all elections in Cameroon and guarantees the SDF the place of first opposition party. Of course, all this was before Maurice Kamto took matters into his own hands.

- Fru Ndi is the only political and administrative figure living in NOSO, while mayors, sub-prefects, prefects and governors have all been relocated. He finds it difficult to convince all observers that he enjoys such tranquility in the area without the protection of the BIR or the complicity of the regime.

The situation in NOSO:

- In three years there have been more than 20,000 deaths in NOSO, not to mention those who are missing. The 1850 deaths of foreign NGOs are only an estimate of the reported deaths.

- The region is emptied of its population which is scattered in other regions and in Nigeria with no possibility to participate in the votes against the resistance of the citizens.

- The NOSO populations criticize the SDF for not having sufficiently carried the voice of the English speakers and to stop the CPDM in its NOSO francophone settlement program.

- Anglophones eagerly awaiting decentralization, turned to the federalist demands that led them, for lack of response, to the option of secession.

This is an extremely frustrating situation for the SDF, which is beginning to realize that with all these new data, it may be a thing of the past. It is this possibility of disappearing as a party that has decided the SDF to rise to the crenels to finally denounce in a frontal way the perversions of the CPDM state in the NOSO.

The state of relations between the SDF and the RDPC:

The relations between the SDF and the CPDM are not in good hands. The SDF criticizes the CPDM mainly for not having allowed it to capitalize on its strength as a party of Anglophones and to have ranked 4th in the last presidential elections.Indeed:

- If there is one party that should not have participated in the last election, it is the SDF. But the SDF has agreed to go to the elections to accompany its ally of the CPDM.

- The RDPC, under pressure from the penalty brilliantly scored by Maurice Kamto, will relegate the SDF to the 4th place in the championship, behind Cabral Libii, a candidate without a political party.The SDF will call the CPDM account which will quickly reassure his partner by explaining that the pressure exerted by President Maurice Kamto was very strong, and that it was not even won. He promises to fix it in the next election. And to look good, Joshua Osih will have a jump seat at the Fecafoot.

- The SDF will introduce a request for the annulment of the elections because of the non-participation of the Anglophones (which was absolutely correct), wipe a mockery of the CPDM and the Constitutional Council, before going anyway to support and install loudly Paul Biya on his spoils of hol-dup. Is the SDF a chameleon or a bat, you have the choice.

- The SDF, like all Cameroonians besides, not seeing concrete action of the CPDM to guarantee a second place for all future elections, will begin to inflate the muscles by publicly denouncing, as the RCM, the masquerade that happens in the NOSO.The CPDM will arrest the leaders and supporters of the MRC to give way to the SDF but it is clear that the desired effect has reversed.

- The SDF Joshua Osih and Fru Ndi will move up a gear by clearly accusing the regime of being the guardian of the fake groups of Ambazonians who commit all the crimes that one wants to attribute to the real resistance fighters. Extraordinarily, there will be no reaction throughout Cameroon as if it was an achievement that it was the regime that was driving the genocide that takes place in the NOSO.

- The state-RDPC, to calm the SDF, will offer to stop their leader and some members to give them the same visibility as the MRC. The SDF will refuse, which is why the option of removal of members of the SDF by the Ambazonians of the regime was chosen. Thus, after the kidnappings, especially that of Fru Ndi, some press the latter as the new Jesus, ready to die for his people.

- To cover the operation, Fru Ndi accuses the Ambazonia fighters of being biased by attacking only SDF militants and carefully leaving out those of the CPDM. At the same time, he says he is disappointed by the atrocities committed, including the destruction of properties and hospitals by soldiers.

The SDF, in chameleon or bat, must at the same time, capitalize its proximity to the NOSO people by stating that "the government of Biya has lied to the world, which is not good for us", while remains available for the CPDM, his ally, by keeping his parliamentarians in assemblies where they do not have the right to open their mouths.In any case, for the parade of May 20, the SDF made a proposal for release to Mr. Ngute, disguised in an interview where he says, "Then the CPDM (and SDF) activists will go to Nkambe, organize the parade, come here and leave, then trap Fru Ndi and Awudu." This parade proposal roaming of the SDF, has the advantage that it can give the state RDPC through CRTV, images of parade in several cities of the NOSO John Fru Ndi takes care to announce that his party would not participate in the parade they will be in the CPDM contingent, finally the arrival of the first minCameroon, Mr. Ngute in the NOSO, received by the former English-speaking prime minister, after more than 100 days of the judiciary, on this precise date of May 10, 2019 is not at all a coincidence of timing. Indeed, it is safe to assume that this visit is under pressure from the international community. And the response the regime wants to bring to this pressure from the international community is to broadcast images of a gigantic May 20 parade across the country, including in the English-speaking area, while the military continues to kill the citizens.Hence the intervention of Mr Ngute, instead of Atanga Nji, who took care to surround himself with the support of Fru Ndi and the SDF to have his images.

As for this story of dialogue that Mr Ngute used as a Trojan horse in his journey in NOSO, let's wait to see Paul Biya's reaction when he hears this news.


Anglophone Crisis: John Fru Ndi soon mediator of the Cameroon?

Joseph Dion Ngute continued his working visit to the North West on May 10, 2019 with a series of hearings he gave to the leaders of political parties in the region including the Social Democratic Front (SDF).

In receiving the SDF delegation led by its national president, Ni John Fru Ndi, the Prime Minister conveyed to them "the message of peace, hope and reconciliation of President Paul Biya," noted on his website the services of the Primature.

During this meeting between Joseph Dion Ngute and Ni John Fru Ndi, the SDF made four proposals to the Prime Minister for Peace including the appointment of Ni John Fru Ndi as mediator in this crisis. The first opposition party also recommended an immediate bilateral ceasefire between the two warring factions in the northwestern and southwestern regions. Regarding the upcoming elections, the Social Democratic Front has called for the postponement of local elections and recommended the deployment of observers of the peace process in the North West and South West.

The prime minister, who arrived in Bamenda on Thursday, said the government was ready to hold a dialogue to resolve the conflict with the separatists."Apart from the indivisibility of Cameroon, the President of the Republic is ready to organize a formal dialogue to resolve the crisis," said Joseph Dion Ngute last Thursday.


Anglophone Crisis: clash between Chemuta Banda and Mouangue Kobila

On Thursday during the opening speech of the 26th Ordinary Session of the Cndhl, the president of the body was publicly criticized by his vice president. This incident is justified on a call to the ceasefire.

The opening session of the 26th Ordinary Session of the National Commission for Human Rights and Freedoms (Cndhl), held in Yaoundé on March 9, began with an incident. This clash observed between Chemuta Divine Banda, president of the Cndhl and James Mouangue Kobila, vice-president of this body is justified by the difference of opinion between his two leaders of the body about the Anglophone crisis. Because of this divergence of points of view, the two Cndhl officials performed in front of the cameras' lenses. It was in the conference room of the said Commission, located in the Hippodrome district.

Indeed, when the President of the Cndhl made his opening speech, he was interrupted by Pr. James Mouangue Kobila. Chemuta Divine Banda appealed to the President of the Republic for an urgent ceasefire in the context of the Anglophone crisis that has been shaking up in the northwestern and southwestern regions since October 2016. According to the president of Cndhl, the cease-fire which is the first condition for a return to calm. The incident stems from the fact that Prof. James Mouangue Kobila did not appreciate the tone of the speaker, which in his opinion did not engage the members of the said Commission. Sitting next to the one the audience was listening to, the vice-president of the Cndhl did not hesitate to interrupt the president's speech to dissociate himself from the president's statements: "Mr. President, it is necessary to that things are clear. Specify in the room that this speech engages you and does not commit all members of the Commission. I reiterate my position you can not speak on behalf of the Commission in such circumstances because what you say is binding only on you, "responded the Vice-President.

In spite of interruption Chemuta Divine Banda did not withdraw while evoking the consequences that the populations of the English-speaking regions are confronted because of the crisis. While he was normally continuing his speech, another member of the Commission in the name of Thérèse Atangana, came to support the reaction of James Mouangue Kobila. This reinforcement did not discourage the President who recalled that until now he was the only official who speaks on behalf of this Commission. The works room had the appearance of a market where the protocol officials were forced to remove the journalists. The info clear and sharp. At the end of the opening ceremony the President of the Cndhl explained: "I wrote to the President of the Republic to tell him that only a ceasefire can resolve the Anglophone crisis. This does not mean that we do not recognize the efforts made by the government to resolve this crisis. We are also willing to support the government to find a solution to this crisis, which has consequences for all areas of life in both regions. Soldiers and civilians continue to die we can not have development in our country without respect for human rights. The purpose of my speech was to tell the public and the Head of State that we are here to fulfill our objectives as Commissioner for Human Rights ".

This is not the first time that the members of the National Commission for Human Rights and Freedoms have divergent positions on the management of the Anglophone crisis. A few months ago, a statement from the vice-president of this institution circulated in some newspapers salted the efforts of the authorities to resolve this crisis. This release was also disputed. Despite this incident, work was normally continued. The purpose of this 26th session was: the examination and adoption of the budget execution for the year 2018 and the examination and adoption of the draft budget of the Cndhl for the year 2020. During the debates, members also discussed some of the difficulties that hinder work in the Cndhl areas of intervention. Among these difficulties is the refusal to collaborate with the Cndhl of several public administrations. It was about finding ways to solve this problem.


Saturday, May 11, 2019

Eric Chinje visits HE Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and Co.

Journalist Eric Chinje is visiting detained separatist leaders in Kondengui Prison and others arrested and detained as part of the Anglophone crisis.

The journalist said he has always called for an inclusive dialogue to end the crisis, and that he will visit the detainees to listen to them and sympathize with them.

Last year, Eric Chinje wrote a letter to Paul Biya asking him to take a more tactical and different approach to the crisis he is using to fight Boko Haram.

He called on the head of state to withdraw troops from both regions, release all those arrested in the context of the crisis and engage in a sincere dialogue.


Crisis in Cameroon: when Ayah Paul Abine attacks Cabral Libii

Ayah Paul Abine, criticized the leader of 11 million citizens, Cabral Libii, for excluding federation and secession, in case a dialogue is needed to resolve the crisis in the North West and South West regions.

Cabral Libii, speaking on Equinox Radio on Tuesday morning, said any dialogue on the crisis should focus on decentralization.

Ayah Paul Abine, who heard Cabral Libii exclude secession and federation as options on the negotiating table, was unsatisfactory.

"When an anglophone pleads in favor of the federation, he is automatically officially marked with the sign of perdition.At best, he is abducted, tortured and kept in captivity. However, it reigns dictatorially for decentralization with little disruption, "said the former president.

He stressed that dialogue without preconditions is the only way out of the crisis.


Billionaire Fotso excludes Maurice Kamto from a Bamileke elite group

The Patriarch of Bandjoun demanded the exclusion of the opponent Maurice Kamto from a Social Group that brings together economic operators and elite Bamileke, the information is from our colleagues of "The Fourth Power".

Indeed, on his Facebook page this Tuesday, May 7th, The Fourth Power explains that: "on May 4th in Bandjoun, during the monthly session of the Social Group tontine held at his residence, Fotso Victor asked and obtained from economic operators and Bamileke elites, the exclusion of Maurice Kamto. He has shown that it is a decayed tooth that can rot all the mouth and that it is better to get rid of it "

Our confreres add that the support of Maurice Kamto present, as Siaka Gaston, Mukam Emmanuel and Prof. Gomsu remained speechless, while the overwhelming majority of GS 30 members hailed the wisdom of Patriarch Fotso Victor.

With reference to Maurice Kamto, the businessman spoke on March 2, 2019 in Bayangam, during a ceremony organized by Madeleine Tchuinte, the Minister of Scientific Research who thanked President Paul Biya for to have maintained the government. Victor Fotso then asked the nationals of the West, his region of origin not to seek the supreme magistracy.

A statement that immediately provoked reactions, some saw therein, the feeling of an economic operator who seeks to protect its positions of annuities vis-à-vis the regime in place.


CONFIDENTIAL: Maurice Kamto and Co. reject Paul Biya's mercy

It is obviously the final Arms between Maurice Kamto, his allies and the power of Yaounde. Political detainees "prefer to die rather than obtain a pardon from Paul Biya," says one of our sources.

While the power of Yaoundé plans to release them in order to relieve international pressure on Cameroon, Maurice KAMTO and his allies reject "any leniency". They say they do not know "why they were thrown in jail and do not know why they should ask for forgiveness". That they were arrested in an "illegal and arbitrary manner and ask for justice".

This situation is fueled by the release of Me Assira, who not only in a recent forum at Mutations has basically left the thought that the no to the electoral hold-up was unfounded but also called to the good sense of Paul Biya. As if political prisoners were asking for Biya's forgiveness.

But for political prisoners Claude Assira does not speak on their behalf. They outright deny having solicited any negotiation with the power to obtain their release. Moreover, in his letter this morning, Maurice KAMTO has, as I had already made it clear, that he has not met any emissary of the government of Paul Biya. Our sources specify that only the group of lawyers led by Emmanuel Simh and Sylvain Souop speaks on their behalf.

For Maurice Kamto and his allies, Paul Biya's leniency is the equivalent of Clemence D'Auguste and they do not want it. They believe that this battle is for the Cameroonian people, the children and grandchildren who will not live in a country where people can be arrested because they walk peacefully. For this Maurice KAMTO and his allies say "ready to die in prison". For them, it is "the ultimate sacrifice".

Reporter: Boris Bertolt

Paul Biya and Jean de Dieu Momo announce the release of Maurice Kamto

While football madmen watch the champions league, Jean De Dieu Momo and the president Biya Paul's page hosted by mrs BABOUKÉ, INDIRA's father, announce the impending release of kamto.

In their latest publications of May 7, 2019, the Minister Delegate for Justice and the President of the Republic prepare Cameroonians for the forthcoming and certain release of kamto and companies.

While pressure has increased on the power of Yaoundé recently to finally make use of the right of pardon and arrest of prosecutions that the Constitution recognizes - one of the few powers that the head of the State can exercise alone and on its own initiative - the Presidency announced Tuesday night the "unconditional" release of some prisoners through this sentence: "The important thing today is to forgive and forget, to strive together towards a common goal. "

Our reading: between what is published by the United Nations envoy and confidentiality, only the president's publications are real. the truth is that under pressure, the president will make use of the right of grace to liberate kamto in the coming days as a prelude to the feast of unity!

You can not produce a report in favor of the village child and obtain his release. we are not in the movies. this approach may whet the appetites of individuals like ayuck. In short, kamto and company will be released! The only equation that remains to be resolved is whether the coherent, "elected" president will accept the pardon of the "illegitimate" president?

Reporter: Aurel Cédric Mvomo Ondoua

Political chaos: Michelle Bachelet dribbles Maurice Kamto

Her visit was eagerly awaited. And carrier of hope. Both for the governors who saw there an opportunity to evaluate objectively the actions put for a return to the peace in Cameroon as for the scorers of the power of Yaoundé which saw in Michelle Bachelet an ally but especially [another] interlocutor who could carry their "Recriminations". And the former president of Chile had played the game of all parties. She had listened to the leaders of power to the top of the state. She had also exchanged with the opposition and the civil society, at least what it holds with Cameroon so much the mixtures of genre are legion in the field with policies which are now claiming this fringe of the Cameroonian society.

While the former (Head of State, Vice-President of the Senate, President of the National Assembly, Prime Minister, Ministers (External Relations, Territorial Administration, Defense, Justice, Secondary Education, Promotion of Women and the Family) ), President of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism, President of the National Commission for Human Rights and Freedoms) reassured her, by presenting them, about the measures taken by the Government to resolve conflicts in the country. Cameroon, the latter were content to charge Paul Biya. In the social networks, they communicated on "the sanctions that will rain on Cameroon after the visit of Michelle Bachelet". They relied on the sensibility of this former leader of the UN Women, "a victim of the repressive machine of a state", so that their jeremiads result in a conviction of Cameroon. The fantasies went until the convening of "an informal session of the United Nations Security Council to discuss the Cameroon case".


Only on his return to the headquarters of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Geneva, Switzerland, the one who visited Cameroon from May 1 to 4, 2019 at the invitation of the Head of State inflicts a cold shower for those who expected her to oppose the Cameroonian authorities."Michelle Bachelet welcomes Cameroon's willingness to cooperate in dealing with human rights crises" is the title of the article published on May 6, 2019 on the website of the institution she heads about his visit to Cameroon. The communication service of UN-HCHR sets the scene when the attack on his article: "After a visit to Cameroon, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, welcomed the Government's willingness to collaborate with the United Nations Human Rights Office and the rest of the United Nations on the major humanitarian and human rights crises caused by the serious unrest and violence that is occurring in the west and north of the country.

Indeed, Ms. Bachelet believes that "there is a possibility, albeit a short one, of stopping the crises that have resulted in hundreds of thousands of displaced persons, as well as killings and brutal violations of human rights and abuses. which affect the northern and western regions ". While acknowledging that "it will not be easy to address these situations," Michelle Bachelet recommends "significant government action and substantial and sustained support from the international community - including us at the United Nations. "


Returning to the Anglophone crisis, the head of UN-HCHR says that "the security forces have [also] been accused of committing serious violations, including extrajudicial killings and torture, at the same time. civilians and fighters captured in the north and west ". But it is precise with regard to the separatists: "In the two Western Regions, schools, hospitals and other essential infrastructures have been targeted and destroyed by the different separatist groups; government employees, including teachers who dared to continue teaching, were targeted and killed or abducted. " In this regard, the High Commissioner states that "there is no logic in their behavior. The info clear and sharp. If they advocate for more autonomy, why seek to deprive their own children of education, why kill teachers and destroy health facilities? It's nihilistic. "

The article of the UN-HCHR indicates that, on the north, Michelle Bachelet declares that" the armed forces are struggling to cope with depredations and attentatssuicides perpetrated by Boko Haram and, in the extreme north of Lake Chad, The population is terrorized and attacked by another extremist organization, the so-called Islamic State of West Africa (ISWA). In addition, Cameroon hosts hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Central African Republic and Nigeria. To finish her autopsy of the crises in Cameroon, the one who knows what a dictatorship is for having been confronted with that of Augusto Pinochet evokes the fact that "the [Cameroon] government also faced other major challenges, including cross-border incursions of armed groups and criminal organizations along its eastern border with the Central African Republic ".

In three days, it can be said, Michelle Bachelet has toured the socio-political situation of Cameroon. And his analysis establishes the responsibilities of the actors involved too well.


Anglophone Crisis: women burst into tears upon the arrival of Dion Ngute

A group of women has challenged the Cameroonian government to find lasting solutions to the crisis in the northwestern and southwestern regions for the return of peace.

The women made their voices heard yesterday in Bamenda when Prime Minister Dion Ngute arrived in the North West region. They burst into tears, launching their cries of fear and psychosis that have reigned since the escalation of the crisis.

These women carried placards with various messages calling for peace in both regions. In Buea, in the South-West region, the head of government and also waited for women who are planning the same scenario.

In addition, the Prime Minister is expected to meet with various stakeholders in the region, including representatives of the elite, traditional leaders, local administrators, civil society leaders and journalists.