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Monday, June 17, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: The Red Cross Community Shows Concern


The Deputy Regional Director of the International Red Cross for Africa said it was necessary to respond immediately to help the suffering masses in the northwestern and southwestern regions of Cameroon.

Patrick Youssef spoke at a press conference in Douala, in the Littoral region, about the activities of the International Red Cross in the English-speaking regions, after a week-long visit to Buea and Mutengene, in the Southwest region.

He announced that his visit to Cameroon aimed to better understand the humanitarian crisis, the rise of violence in the affected areas, and to help the population to open to any humanitarian aid, from public or private organizations.

For Youssef, the situation in the northwest and southwest remains a concern. He revealed that the Red Cross was ready to intervene and defend the humanitarian dialogue in the crisis, so that solutions to the affected masses could be provided. He insisted that his institution was more concerned with the humanitarian aspect of the war than with political reasons.

By mid-December 2018, the International Red Cross had helped about 460 displaced families in Mutengene, and by May 2019 had expanded to another 120 displaced families in Ekona, still in the South West region.

The director expressed concern that they could not reach those affected, who sought refuge in the forests, who do not have access to food and other basic needs. Youssef is convinced that if the two factions involved in the war understand the need to reach out to the people concerned (who never wanted a war), through a humanitarian dialogue, part of the problem of this crisis should be resolved.


Source: Actucameroun.com

Sunday, June 16, 2019

Bomb Attack In Otu Mamfe, police department releases names of those killed and injured


Four Government forces were killed in the bomb attack in Otu. They are :

GPP TEMGA GABRIEL

GPX1 KOME LEWIS

GPX1 DJEKAI GUY

GPX1 DIBWE ESSOH

Injured are:

IP1 ONDJA'A JEAN

GPX1 MBALLA ZAMBO

GPX1 MONEYE EBANGA

GPX1 MONTHE ERIC

GPX1 OWONO BOKALI 

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Etoudi: He Has Recently Signed A New Decree, Paul Biya Is Still Here


Paul Biya has recently signed a decree establishing, organizing and running the local organizing committee of the African Nations Championship (Chan 2020) thatCAF has given us as a consolation, and the African Cup of Nations (Cocan 2021). At the same time, he asked the Special Criminal Court ( Tcs ) to investigate the management of the funds allocated to Cocan 2019 created by the decree of 11 August 2017.

If the rumor were confirmed - Mr. Ngoh Ngoh would not give instructions to investigate himself - it would be an indicator that despite all the inferences drawn from the images showing him lost or ended on May 20, the man lion is still in business.

But then, he would give reason by his silence to those who think he does not like Cameroonians, and he believes much less in Cameroon than in Switzerland as a homeland. How else to explain that he does not see the number of Cameroonians who perished (more than 3,000) and continue to die or suffer in exile or in the forests of the North-West and South-West, in a war with random justifications ?

How else to explain that he observes as a mere spectator, the cruel enjoyment with which his collaborators arrest, torture and arbitrarily imprison hundreds of Cameroonians because they democratically expressed their political disagreement? It was he who said that during his reign, one does not need to go to the maquis to express his opinion.

How can he explain that he allows the country to be militarized in the aftermath of an election of which he is declared the winner, to prevent his opponents from contesting his victory with his bare hands? Whatever his culture, the President knows that in dialectic, strength is always the argument of the weak. Does he want to convince Cameroonians that 14% have more power than 71%, or is he even looking for the "strength of experience" to end his reign in monolithism?

How can he explain that he is incapable, or does not want to look at the Cameroonians in the face and tell them what pardon, what reconciliation he is talking about, and between whom and who, when his collaborators, consciously, deliberately, and in all arrogance, have impoverished the people for three decades, by a systematic plunder, systemic see of its resources, with impunity barely punctuated by a few spectacular and vengeful arrests?

And if he is really open to dialogue, to a dialogue that is not monologue, which is inclusive, why not announce it himself to the people, before instructing his PM to implement it? Is not it that he had the ideal opportunity on the occasion of May 20? Does he have such contempt for his people that he can only talk to him through such an impersonal tool as the tweeter? Unless he is, with age, become the hostage of people who programmed his physical or political death, to inherit the nepotistic predatory system that he has methodically built for 37 years now.

If he is still in command of this country, and anxious to leave him in peace, if he still remembers his commitment to remain in history as the one "who brought democracy to his country", he must to know that the whole socio-political and economic crisis that is shaking Cameroon today is caused by the neglect of this commitment, or the delay in its realization. What was the point of such a long delay, so that 37 years later the country would fall short of square one, with a stalled democratic process, a sluggish economy and servitude, a social fabric almost flaps, and an endemic, impoverished population?

Gregory Owona (SGA of theCPDM ) says that "the President has inherited a united country, and he does not want to see it parceled out". Does he allude to the threat of secession, or to the ethnic cutting of the country, whose 2018 presidential election has revealed the eminent danger to the nation?

Both are the work of the CPDM, whose ministers, in the first case, went in 2016, telling Anglophone lawyers and teachers in socio-cultural and legal-political claims, that "Anglophones do not have problems "and responded with a brutal repression accompanied by arbitrary arrests of their social leaders, giving what remains only a handful of separatists, the opportunity to present themselves as a" remedy ... for these populations marginalized ".

It is still the CPDM government that has instituted the system of "power-manger" that wants state resources to be a cake to be shared between its agents (nominated or elected, so-called), and that " inner and outer elites "are fabricated in each ethnic group, for the purpose of guaranteeing by corruption the eternal occupation of power.

This is perhaps what political scientists have termed "ethno-political patronage" or "state tribalism", which translates into the fact that the one who comes to power makes it the apparent property of his ethnicity, and recruits brothers and sisters, friends, sympathizers or objective allies from other ethnic backgrounds to form the bedrock of his autocracy.

So no offense to Gregory Owona, Mr. Biya, who is the all-powerful founder and president of the CPDM must know that it is not only secession, but also, and especially the ethnicity (theoretical and practical) of power introduced into the Cameroonian political system by his party, which threatens to "fragment" this united country which he has inherited.

It must be said that if such a calamity became reality, it would be responsible to history. Clearly, it would no longer be remembered by history as "demoralizing", but rather as the gravedigger of Cameroon. Those who lift his tired arms to greet the Cameroonians, or make him go around in circles, literally and figuratively, may think of it as his design.

Does he realize that? If yes, we can think that there is still time for him to really change course; and that is what socio-political leaders, academics, civil society, Cameroonian political parties for the past three years, and now the international community, have been urging, while his "intimate enemies" speak of foreign interference ... as if the IMF which governs our monetary economy was not foreign. If not, it would be a further indication that he is not interested in the Cameroonian people, but only in power, and for particular purposes.

On March 22, 1985, in Bamenda,Paul Biya proclaimed that "democratization is one of the fundamental and specific options of national renewal ...". That "people can not fully enjoy the fruits of prosperity except where freedom and democracy are exercised ...". And that the latter (freedom and democracy) "can survive only if exists, order, peace and justice".

In the balance sheet of this commitment, 33 years later, we find: zero prosperity to taste; only the right to insult, praise or criticize the President in place of FREEDOM; only the "governing democracy" without the participation of the people; zero peace; zero justice; nothing but order by all arms, to protect the predation of the regime of which he would be supposedly hostage.

The question I would ask Mr. Biya if we were face to face would be to know if at the twilight of his life and his long reign, he can see without being wrong - one does not say "without lying" to a big - that we are in the "new Cameroon, democratic, just and conducive to the development of all, in unity, peace and harmony" that he promised us during his first election campaign on December 31, 1984? The one I would not ask him, because the answer is already known, is whether he believes that we can find at least one Cameroonian as intelligent and strong in politics as him.


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CAMEROON: AFRICAN 30 BEST PLAYERS ACCORDING TO FF: WEAH - ETOO - MILLA ON THE PODIUM


This Friday in newsstands, FF publishes an exceptional special issue devoted to Africa. The jurors ranked the top 30 African players in history.

Two Cameroonians have far outpaced the competition to reach the podium. In third place, Roger Milla. Former striker, among others, from Bastia, Saint-Etienne or Montpellier in France, a model and a precursor at the level of Africa. An African Golden Ball in 1976 and 1990, he twice raised the CAN with the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in 1984 and 1988. He will also remain as the oldest player to have scored a goal in a World Cup. It was in 1994.

Roger Milla was beaten a short head by one of his compatriots in the person of Samuel Eto'o. Eto'o, this is one of the finest league in the history of football with titles at the shovel of Barça at Inter. With of course two African Cups of Nations in 2000 and 2002 and impressive statistics in front of goals. A mythical attacker.


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Kamto case: Joshua Osih criticizes the MRC and its white steps


Supporters of former presidential candidate Maurice Kamto are already on three raids on the streets. They fundamentally protest against what they call the electoral heist in their coalition.

In jail since the end of January after another demonstration degenerated on the breaks diplomatic representations of Cameroon in Europe, Maurice Kamto maintains the pressure on the authorities of Yaounde and still considers himself the "elected" president.

His supporters were again in the streets of Yaounde on Saturday, June 08, 2019, despite an impressive security device in place. Hundreds of them will be embassed, a figure disputed by the government.

Nevertheless, the MRC is not ready to give up its political fight, an approach that sees a bad eye the standard bearer of the SDF for the last presidential election. Joshua Osih spoke on the subject during a program (Word of Man) on Canal 2.

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We are for social justice, we are for democracy, we are for freedom of expression. It's not because it's the MRC.

Even if it was the CPDM that came to the streets to demonstrate, we as social democrats, we can only be in solidarity.Because that's what we advocate.

This is what we want to give Cameroon.Unfortunately, I think that somewhere the MRC has the wrong strategy, the wrong approach because it is clear that until now it does not work.

But so far we are in solidarity, there is no doubt These are not marches of the opposition.

In Cameroon, we tend to make opposition a basket.

In opposition there is the far right, the far left, the left center to which I belong. I am basically a social democrat.

It is not because I am basically a social democrat that when a party because it is in the opposition starts to walk I will run and walk with them.

We have our agenda, we are structured, organized. When Jean Michel Nintcheu Regional President of the Littoral asked to walk, being one of his activists in the Littoral I was walking with him and we walked


Source: 237actu.com

Leadership war among Ambazonians; Ayuk Tabe now disputed


Elvis Kometa, president of the Southern Cameroons Restoration Council, accuses the president of Ambazonia of treason.

In its issue published Thursday, June 13, 2019, the daily newspaper La Nouvelle Expression (LNE) notes that there are cracks in the relations between separatist leaders. In fact, reports the paper, Elvis Kometa, president of the Southern Cameroons Restoration Council, (an influential pro-secessionist organization that unites the North-West and South-West), no longer recognizes himself as Sissiku Ayuk Tabe, president of the imaginary Republic of Ambazonia, imprisoned in the central prison of Yaoundé-Kondengui.

The latter has published a note in which he denounces the second, accusing him of treason. "Ayuk Tabe is no longer our representative nationally and internationally. And whoever does with him, is wasting his time, "says Elvis Kometa.

LNE stresses that the plaintiff accuses Ayuk Tabe of "threatening some members of the caretaker government and using anti-democratic tactics to maintain power". The will expressed recently by this leader to dialogue with the power of Yaoundé, under certain conditions, is also poorly perceived in the camp of the separatists. Some call it an act of treason.

"We will continue to fight for the release of all those who are locked up in prisons across the country and to ensure the independence of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia," says the chairman of the Southern Cameroons Restoration Council who now recognizes Samuel Ikome Sako as interim leader.

This quarrel of leadership in the separatist camp could constitute a serious blockage to the dialogue proposed by the Yaoundé power and accepted by Ayuk Tabe, under several conditions, including the prior release of all detainees arrested in the context of the Anglophone crisis; the withdrawal of the security and defense forces on the one hand and the administrators and civil servants on the other hand, the English-speaking areas or the holding of talks in a foreign territory.


Source: Cameroon-info.net

Embezzlement and misappropriation at the UPC: Baleguel Nkot has been suspended


Suspended at a meeting of the Steering Committee chaired by Habiba Issa, Pierre Baleguel Nkot says he does not consider this sanction.

"I remain and remain the secretary general of UPc. I do not know where Robert Bapooh Lipot comes from. In addition Habiba Issa who chaired the Steering Committee whose resolutions led to my suspension, had been suspended from the Steering Committee, "he says. As an argument, Pierre Baleguel refers to "Resolution No. 2 temporarily suspending the Steering Committee" of Habiba Issa, Steering Committee meeting in extraordinary session on August 28, 2018.

He reported that Habiba Issa had been replaced by François Zogning. A statement that rejects the one that is indexed. The latter, for its part, to justify the decision taken against Pierre Baleguel Nkot, refers to financial malpractices and withdrawals of money from the party's account for personal purposes.

"During this meeting, I wanted to have a 3rd Secretary General of the party, but the Steering Committee has chosen Robert Bapooh Lipot, which is what justifies my rapprochement with the latter. It is in order to put an end to the discord and the conflicts which undermine (our) party, it is to bring back peace within the Upc ", explains the one which had been itself suspended by Pierre Baleguel Nkot of the party's Steering Committee, about a year ago.

Habiba Issa adds that the absence of Pierre Baleguel Nkot also translated his will to stand aside. It should be remembered, however, that the UPc held on June 8, 2019 in the city of Edea, a meeting initiated by the mis en cause. The holding of this meeting had been banned by the sub-prefect on the pretext that the only interlocutor of the party recognized by a note of Paul Atanga Nji is Robert Bapooh Lipot.


Source: Actucameroun.com

Anglophone crisis: Beti Assomo forbids the use of telephones to soldiers


Minister Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of Defense. Joseph Beti Assomo, visiting the North West and South West, has banned the use of phones (androids) in any operational engagement situation.

This measure, we learn, aims to curb the phenomenon of leakage of sensitive images and strategic information of the army on social networks.

The Cameroonian military no longer has the right to use their mobile phones during field operations. Decision made by Minister Joseph Beti Assomo.

This measure is justified by the publication of sensitive photos of the armed forces and / or the disclosure of certain strategic information on the Internet, notably via social networks such as Facebook and the discussion forums created by certain promotions or contingents of the army. All things contrary to ethics, duty of confidentiality and the protection of secrecy, reminds Mindef.


Source: 237actu.com

Boko Haram: 07 Anglophones among soldiers killed in Darak


According to the list of soldiers killed in a recent Boko Haram attack in Darak on Sunday and Monday, seven are English-speaking - five from the North West region and two from the South West region.

Beti Assomo Joseph, Cameroon's Deputy Minister of Defense at the Presidency of the Republic, said on Wednesday that 16 soldiers of the defense forces were killed when jihadist fighters belonging to the Boko Haram group in Darak, a locality in the region. from the Far North.

The five people killed in the North West are: Ajang Fidelis Aduck, Bawe Maurice Nfoa, Biambeh Felix Biambeh, Ambe Abraham Foruwa and Nkwafor Mohamed. The North West region seems to be the most affected by the Darak attack, based on the number of soldiers who so bravely defend their homeland but die in the line of duty against the Boko Haram terrorists.

Solomon Ngolle and Ndive Lawrence James of the South West fell in Dakar while defending the homeland.

The Central region has three soldiers killed in the battle of Darak. They include: David Bertin Baleng, Claude Eloundou Arnaud and Minlend Nyobe.

Other brave soldiers who fell in Darak include Mamoudou Gambo from Adamaoua Region, Mawouli Jean from the Far North, Maton Ngaman Parfait from the Eastern Region, Djondo James and Kwamo Jefferson Clinthon from the region of the West and Minsoko Giresse Armand of the South Region.

The incident occurred on the night of Sunday, June 9 to Monday, June 10, 2019 when 300 fighters of the terrorist group Boko Haram, heavily armed, attacked Darak in the Logone and Chari division of the Far North region, the minister said in a statement.

The response of the Cameroonian defense forces attached to Sector No. 1 of the Multinational Joint Task Force of the Lake Chad Basin resulted in a fierce exchange of arms that lasted several hours.

After taking control of the situation, the government presents the record of the night shooting.

16 soldiers were shot dead and eight others wounded, the government said in a press release. Brave wounded soldiers would be in a stable condition and would have been evacuated to specialized medical facilities for treatment.

Of the civilians, eight were killed and one wounded. The injured would be in a stable state of health at the hospital.

According to the defense minister, 64 Boko Haram fighters were neutralized (killed), eight captured and many others wounded while fleeing, while three heavy machines belonging to the attackers were destroyed.

The Minister Delegate of Cameroon to the Presidency of the Republic in charge of Defense presented to the bereaved families the condolences of the Head of State, Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, and his wishes for a speedy recovery for the wounded.

The decade-long Boko Haram uprising to establish a radical Islamic state in northeastern Nigeria, which has killed more than 27,000 people and left 1.8 million homeless, has spread in neighboring Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

An anti-Boko Haram force regrouping soldiers from Chad, Cameroon, Niger and Nigeria has been set up but is still struggling to get the group out of the troubled region of Lake Chad.

The latest attack by the jihadist group is by far the deadliest in recent months, which has seen a resurgence of violence after a period of calm last year.


Source: camerounweb.com/cameroon-info.net

Virtuous reaction of Peter Essoka after the UNE Journal DAY, he now behave as "militias," says Médiatude


For the National Council of Communication, many journalists now behave as "militias," said Médiatude.

We continue to talk about the article entitled: "MRC: the tracking facies" published in the newspaper Le JOUR edition June 13, 2019. The report describes the circumstances in which many activists and supporters of the MRC were arrested "on a purely ethnic basis, "writes the newspaper, during the recent peaceful marches organized by this party.

This Friday, after the controversy aroused on social networks and elsewhere, it is the National Council of Communication (CNC) which responds in turn in a statement; condemning the comments made in this report and recalling that "such allusions have become of late, common places returning such obsessive metaphors in many media Cameroon. "

For the CNC, many journalists now behave like militias. "Information professionals seem to have abandoned their role to act as militias in the service of economic and cultural political pressure groups. These convey the tribal message and are the voice of identity withdrawal. "Says the Council in its statement.

Joseph Janvier Mvoto Obounou, the vice president of the CNC who signs this communiqué, said that, "The chairman of the CNC (Peter Essoka, editor's note) wishes to recall that the dissemination of information confictogenic highlighting hate speech, tribalism or seditiously goes against the respect of the principle of social responsibility and the ethical requirements and professional ethics of the journalist in the performance of his duties "

The chairman of the CNC thus draws the attention of media professionals and states that "the authors of media abuses prejudicial to good social order, they expose themselves to sanctions provided by the decree of 23 January 2012."

Contacted Thursday by Médiatude, Haman Mana the Publication Director of the newspaper LE JOUR felt that one should not attack his newspaper but "the police". "People have to react to the police and the gendarmerie who, when they stop a protester, systematically or ask him the question, where are you from?" "This is the first question we ask all protesters." For him, it is "a report in the police stations and testimonies of protesters questioned and released..."


Source: Médiatude

Friday, June 14, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: America Mulls Sanctions against Individuals


As the government of Cameroon steps up its killings of citizens in the northwest and Southwest regions, the American Administration is considering sanctions against:

1) Cavaye Yegue Djibril
2) Joseph Beti Assoumo
3) Rene Sadi
4) Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh
5) Fame Ndongo
6) Atanga Nji
7) Issa Tchiroma
as well as a number of military officials who have ordered their troops to kill civilians.

A source close to the State Department has hinted that a decision will be made before the end of the month, adding that measures being considered against these individuals include but not limited to the freezing of assets, travel bans and refusal of visas to their family members.

The US is still discussing with its partners and despite French efforts to plead Mr. Biya’s case, the Trump Administration has incontrovertible evidence against the Yaounde regime which makes it hard for the US to look the other way while Mr. Biya’s troops mow down their fellow citizens.

The Trump Administration is pissed off with the Biya regime for its continuous refusal to end hostilities in the two English-speaking regions of the country and its rejection of the call for inclusive dialogue.

The US undersecretary of State for African Affairs, Tibor Nagy, has been briefing Congressmen on the goings-on in Cameroon.

He has made it a duty to share the gruesome images coming from the two English-speaking regions of the country with US law-makers who are angry with the Cameroon government for its atrocities on its own citizens.

The latest being the mass killings in Ossing where soldiers killed a lady and her three children and buried them in a shallow grave.

Also, in Esu and Jakiri, soldiers beheaded many civilians. The people of Esu and Jakiri have been burying their dead today.

The world is shocked at those atrocities and the US is not amused, especially as the images have been shared with congressmen.

Relations between the two countries have been at their lowest ever since America withdrew its military assistance from Cameroon.

The Trump Administration is considering further measures that will help bring down the Yaounde government.

The American Administration is looking at its aid to the Cameroon government to see which of its loans and grants can deliver maximum pain to the Biya regime.

More will be yours in the days ahead in the Cameroon Concord News


By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai

Ambazonia: Self-Defense Council Chief Orders Tactical Retreat, Says Sisiku Ayuk Tabe is still in office


Fellow Ambazonians:

This is J T B Nkwiyang, The Black Scopion, addressing you today on behalf of the Ambazonia Self-Defense Council (ASC) — umbrella body of Self-defense groups of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Fellow countrymen and women, you are all aware of the political predicaments that have befallen our once high flying revolution. We now see young men and women butchered daily in an unprecedented scale by LRC terrorist soldiers and their sponsored criminal gangs. Our restoration forces are crying daily for assistance louder now than ever. Those wounded cannot have the resources they need to seek medical help. Some go without food for days on end, just to defend our homeland, and restore our dignity as human beings.

We are all living witnesses to the heart breaking videos of the laying down of arms by some commanders. More painful is the fact that some commanders are now beginning to collaborate with enemy LRC agents, including military and political prostitutes. All this is done out of the frustration commanders and men under them are having with our own Interim Government. While all of this is happening, LRC criminal soldiers are accelerating their campaign of extrajudicial killings of our people,wanton destruction of property, as well asabuse and violation of their human rights. In some cases, Ground Zero elements are now fighting and beheading one another due to manipulation by some in the Diaspora. Kidnappings and abductions for ransom are on the rise, and insecurity of live and property has become common place in GZ. As a result, some of our GZ communities are now turning their backs against our Restoration Forces, even arresting some and handing them to the occupying LRC soldiers.In fact things are now falling apart, and the center can no longer hold!

Fellow Ambazonians, the responsibility of the Ambazonia Self-defence Council, ASC, is to ensure that Ambazonia emerges victorious over the evil forces of LRC, and others in their axis of evil, so we can get to Buea as quickly as possible, with very minimal casualties, by way of providing high end tactical and strategic advice and intelligence through our operational brigade structures.

Upon receiving endless distress calls from our restoration forces and citizens in GZ and G1 regarding the unfortunate goings on in our Interim government, the ASC had no other choice than to hold an emergency national security meeting yesterday, June 11, 2019.

Great Ambazonians, the ASC notes with disappointment and utter disbelief that while our once well- coordinated revolution seems to be going off rails, our opportunist political class continues to engage in activities and utterances that further divide and tear our people and restoration forces apart. The precious blood of our citizens that is sacrificed on the battlefields every day for our emancipation and independence does not seem to really matter to those in power. All our so called leaders do is to scheme and plot against our own people, and not being mindful of the real possibility of us losing this genocidal war that Mr. Biya has waged against us, and the unthinkable consequences this would have on the future of our children and their own children. This downward spiral must NOT continue. It MUST be stopped.

The ASC declares thus:

1)            The Ambazonia political class, including the Interim government (IG) and Restoration Council (RC), has failed Ambazonia by putting the lives of our restoration forces and civilians at risk by not providing them the promised resources needed to prosecute the revolution. Rather, they engage in unnecessary bickering that has not yielded any results.

2)            The Amba Revolution is headed the wrong way, with a real possibility of us losing

3)            The real Heroes of the Amba Revolution remain GZ restoration forces, including the living and the dead. Other heroes of our revolution are our frontline journalists and social media activists who were there from the very beginning of the revolution, informing and educating our people on the happenings on the ground, and motivating our restoration forces and citizens to continue pushing on.

4)            The real enemies of this revolution are those irresponsible, selfish and hate filled politicians and social media activists, who continuously engage in lies, hate filled speech, utterances and actions aimed at dividing our people and politicizing our restoration forces, causing them to do their dirty bidding.

5)            Our Leaders in jail will continue to be the face of this revolution, by virtue of the sacrifices they have made, and the price their respective families are paying for this revolution to proceed. It is therefore evil for anybody or group to make pronouncements that could further expose them to more risk than they are already facing. Ambazonia must NOT become an ungrateful nation.

As a result of the wrong direction our revolution is now taking, as evidenced by the mounting casualties recorded on our side daily, and squabbles and/or infighting we now see in most counties in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, the ASC now orders as follows:

A – POLITICIANS ARE NOW BANNED FROM ISSUING ORDERS DIRECTLY TO GZ FORCES. THIS INCLUDES GHOST TOWN ORDERS. G1 COMMANDERS ARE TO DECIDE ON GHOST TOWNS FROM NOW ONWARDS.

B – ALL AMBAZONIA POLITICAL FACTIONS HAVE BEEN GIVEN 48 HRS TO PUT THEIR GREED AND EGOS ASIDE AND FORM A UNTY INTERIM GOV’T IN THE VERY BEST INTEREST OF AMBAZONIA. AMBAZONIA WILL NOT PERISH BECAUSE OF UNNECESSARY POLITICAL POSTURING.

C- UPON EXPIRATION OF THE 48 HRS ULTIMATUM, THE ASC, IN COLLABORATION WITH OTHER SISTER GROUPS, INCLUDING THE DoD, ADF, AMF, SOCADEF WILL HAVE NO OTHER CHOICE BUT TO TAKE FULL CONTROL OF THE AMBA REVOLUTION. AFTERALL THIS REVOLUTION IS MORE ABOUT FIELD ACTION, AND NOT POLITICAL INFIGHTING.

D – MEANWHILE, ALL BRIGADE COMANDERS ARE HEREBY ORDERED TO INSTRUCT FORCES UNDER THEM TO TACTICALLY RETREAT TO BASE UNTIL THEIR SAFETY IS GUARANTEED.

Fellow country men and women, the above decisions have been taken in the very best interest of our revolution and people. The thousands of citizens that have either died, maimed, displaced or unaccounted for in the course of this war shall not be in vain.

Our special thanks to our brave warriors, dead and alive, our responsible capable journalists, news reporters, social media bloggers, all other operators of information dissemination outlets, for taking our revolution to all the corners of the world, and to higher heights.We also thank all the wonderful men and women who have made huge financial sacrifices to assist us defend ourselves against the barbaric forces of LRC. Thank you all.

We are one people. We should continue our match forward.

Long live Ambazonia.


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French Cameroun told to reveal details of Southern Cameroons detainees


Southern Cameroonians and the international community including rights groups are working to get information about Ambazonia detainees who are being held in isolation in French Cameroun detention centres. The Biya Francophone regime has successfully stripped Southern Cameroons detainees of all of their belongings and leaving them in very dire conditions and hundreds have been banned from family visits.

French Cameroun has been strengthening its crackdown on Southern Cameroons in recent months. The Yaoundé government has gotten a device from France that is producing a powerful radiation and attempting to stop Ambazonia radio and SCBC television signals from penetrating into Southern Cameroons, in a bid to stop the Southern Cameroons Diaspora maintaining contact with Ground Zero.

Cameroon Intelligence Report has gathered that Southern Cameroons prisoners are suffering from depression, headaches and fainting in French Cameroun jails. Vice President Dabney Yerima issued a statement on Monday calling these French crackdowns “systematic”.

A Cameroon Concord News Groupinvestigation revealed that the Nera 10 and over 75% Ambazonian prisoners in French Cameroun detention centres are restorationists and that Interim President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe is firm determined, courageous and bold to carry Southern Cameroonians to Buea.

A senior aide to Sisiku Ayuk Tabe arrested with the leader in Abuja, Nigeria hinted that President Ayuk Tabe and his advisers have organised a legal team to defend not only the Nera 10 but all Ambazonians detained in various French Cameroun jails. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe has also developed a case theory and strategy which lawyers are to use for all Ambazonia detainee cases.

The aide who sued for anonymity due to the difficult situation the Southern Cameroons struggle is now facing further pointed out that the Interim President has ensured that not only the Nera 10 have food but has from his detention cell sent teams to provide food and health assistance to all Southern Cameroons prisoners in Yaounde, Douala, Bamenda and Buea detention facilities. The Ayuk Tabe aide revealed that the leader has reached out to several IDPs in Yaounde , Douala, Bamenda and Buea with food and medical supplies.

We gathered from the posting from Kondengui that President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe has developed and presented a new protocol which has been widely circulated and restoration of the Ambazonia Homeland is the main focal point.

The Ambazonia leader has reportedly written to several international organizations, prominent world figures and countries on the deteriorating human rights situation in the Federal Republic of Ambazonia. The Southern Cameroons leader recently ensured that a petition was sent on behalf of Nera 10 to a human rights working group in Geneva.

We understand the Ambazonia leader saved the Southern Cameroons Interim Government that had been docile for over 8 months with ministers running from pillar to post while Southern Cameroonians were dying in Ground Zero.


By Rita Akana and Sama Ernest in Yaounde

Ngute Government: Manaouda Malachi Fills Shortcomings of Ketcha Courtes


The ministerial reshuffle of January 4 saw the entry into the government of several new ministers among whom Célestine Courtes Ketcha and Manaouda Malachie.

Very early, these two personalities wanted to stand out by direct actions on the ground in an environment plagued by inertia and corruption. Paul Biya, in his end-of-year speeches for 30 years, talks about these scourges that he has unfortunately never been able to eradicate.

Short Ketcha inherits a department that crystallizes the failure of the achievements of large projects, the 334 public contracts terminated across the country by the Ministry of Public Procurement, 21 are Mindhu, out of a total of more than 80 ministries.

Between poorly mounted projects, corruption, embezzlement and inertia, almost all the work led by Cameroonian officials have not been carried out since their start several years ago. Courtes Ketcha has embarked on the seduction of the Cameroonian public with promises of big projects; the announcement of the imminent start of the works of the Tramway in the main cities Douala-Yaoundé was announced for the first half of 2019 and delivered in 2021.

While Pizzarotti had cashed several tens of billions for the start of the construction project of social housing Bankomo Minister Mbwentchou time, Courtes Ketcha promised the start of work immediately. Then a second social housing project with the company Duval and Cimencam.

Short Ketcha should have explained to Cameroon why 800 social housing expected from Moroccans since 2014, date of commencement of work, five years after the rate of change is 45%, why the project of 10,000 social housing by China has not delivered only 1320 after seven years, or why the highway Yaounde Nsimalen which she announced the imminent end of the work with a rate of execution according to his remarks of 90% there is 06 months which so far is not finished .

Lastly, evoking the resumption of the rehabilitation work of the Municipal Lake, the ex-mayor of Bangangté would rather be launched not in effective actions, but the sensational, see the bluff, which is reflected in the activities of Community Managers Mindhu whose publications are entirely oriented not on the work and challenges of urban development, but rather on the activities of the minister.

The Manaouda Malachi method

Six Ministry of Health contracts were terminated by the Ministry of Public Procurement. Even if the public does not know the nature of these markets, it is obvious that the projects of this ministry could not escape the logic of the governance by the inertia, the corruption and the embezzlements.

In the opinion of several experts, negligence of patients is the leading cause of death in Cameroonian hospitals.A survey carried out by Cameroon Liberty on a sample of 30 inhabitants of the Village Grand Elf neighborhood reveals that all 30 prefer to go for treatment at "the doctor's" neighborhood instead of going to a public hospital.

Auletch has made a diagnosis of the environment of the Cameroonian public hospitals, it thus reveals as cause of the rejection of these public institutions by the populations, the bad reputation of the public hospitals on the thefts of babies, the doctors who turn the patients around. to lengthen bills, blood speculation received for free, endless protocols (the patient must queue to buy the ticket, pray that the Laborantin is not far from his office, queuing at the pharmacy for the first time care, etc ...), the nurse who always has a wrinkled face, usually no explanation of the treatment that you inflicted, the eternal breaking of drugs to direct you to the pharmacies of friends, etc ...

Manaouda Malachie after a few visits to public hospitals in Yaounde, quickly understood the urgency and the impact of sanitation in the field of public health. his colleague from Mindhu, Malachi did not want to communicate on the sites of referral hospitals and other health infrastructures that are struggling to move forward, he chose what apparently seems to be the root of all evils, corruption and inertia.

On June 10, 2016, Manaouda Malachie sets up a watch committee on the quality of care. "A comprehensive monthly report of the functioning and malfunctions of the health structures of your jurisdictions will now be the rule, within the health monitoring committee that I just instituted both at central and regional level?", can you read in his letter.

It is a question for the health staff, to make sure that their acts and their services are in the sense of assisting, appeasing and lightening the patients, this under the supervision of the officials of the public hospitals called by this fact to ensure the proper functioning of their structures, taking into account emergencies, hospitalizations, access to medication, monitoring the path of patients, etc.

"It is probably indicated that each organization has a document in the form of a leaflet or other appropriate means of communication, which gives all the necessary information to the users. It is also their responsibility to ensure better governance of the resources available to them and to make a regular report. They must set priorities, such as the renewal of equipment that falls under their jurisdiction and the improvement of the conditions of safety, hygiene and sanitation in their respective health facilities ", writes Malachie Manaouda.

Can we hope for positive results regarding the dynamics set up by the MINSANTE?

The evaluation will be done on the denunciations of the patients or it will put together a monitoring team to furrow the public institutions of health?

In the meantime, the Community Manager of the Ministry of Health can correct their Mindhu colleagues by orienting their communication not on the minister but on the achievements.

The Mindhu will be able to talk about the convention, partnership and many others signed with international partners all day long. Cameroonians want to know that there will be no more floods tomorrow, if social housing is built and accessible for all or if the roads are tarred.


Source: camerounliberty.com

Military Court: tried for demanding the departure of Paul Biya


For almost a month, 4 young people languish in the cells of the judicial police in Yaoundé. Their sin: having asked the Cameroonian president to leave power during a live on the Facebook page of one of them. Accused of rebellion, their case was brought before the military court.

It was like a child's game. Anama Raymond Jules, Yannick, Queba Kuete and Natacha Mongo went to the roundabout of the Central Post Office in Yaounde on May 18th. Date when thousands of Cameroonians in Paris walked peacefully to denounce the power of Yaounde. Equipped with the flag of Cameroon, they shot a live video on Raymond Jules' Facebook page in which he asked for the departure of Paul Biya, 37 years in power and 86 years of age.Then, they were arrested by plainclothes police for an unknown destination. It is a week after we are informed that they are at the Directorate of Judicial Police in Elig Essono, Yaounde.

According to the Student Rights Defense Association of Cameroon (Addec), the four unfortunate and four other young people are accused of rebellion and it is the Military Court of Yaoundé who seized their case. They were also expected at the prosecutor's office of the military court this Wednesday, June 13 but a source in the Addec told www.hurinews.com they were finally not extracted. For nearly a month, the 8 young Cameroonians, are kept in custody at the judicial police.However, according to the Code of Criminal Procedure, custody can not exceed 6 days.

It is therefore neither more nor less than an arbitrary detention which is in violation of the international legal instruments ratified by Cameroon. In particular, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which states in article 9 that "no one may be arbitrarily arrested, detained ...". Article 6 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights states: "... no one may be arrested or arbitrarily detained ...". The two international texts also protect freedom of opinion respectively in their Articles 19 for the Declaration and 9 for the Charter.


Source: hurinews.com

Socio-political crisis: the contemptuous silence of Paul Biya


Paul Biya has recently signed a decree establishing, organizing and running the local organizing committee of the African Nations Championship (Chan 2020) that CAF has given us as a consolation, and the African Cup of Nations (Cocan 2021).It would, at the same time, requested the Special Criminal Court (TCS) to investigate the management of funds allocated in 2019 Cocan established by Decree of 11 August 2017.

If the rumor is confirmed - Mr. Ngoh Ngoh would not give instructions to investigate himself - this would be an indicator that despite all the inferences drawn from the pictures showing him lost or finished at the May 20 feast, the lion man is still in business.

But then, he would give reason by his silence to those who think he does not like Cameroonians, and he believes much less in Cameroon than in Switzerland as a homeland. How else to explain that he does not see the number of Cameroonians who perished (more than 3,000) and continue to die or suffer in exile or in the forests of the North-West and South-West, in a war with random justifications ?

How else to explain that he observes as a mere spectator, the cruel enjoyment with which his collaborators arrest, torture and arbitrarily imprison hundreds of Cameroonians because they democratically expressed their political disagreement? It was he who said that during his reign, one does not need to go to the maquis to express his opinion.
How can he explain that he allows the country to be militarized in the aftermath of an election of which he is declared the winner, to prevent his opponents from contesting his victory with his bare hands? Whatever his culture, the President knows that in dialectic, strength is always the argument of the weak. Does he want to convince Cameroonians that 14% have more power than 71%, or is he even looking for the "strength of experience" to end his reign in monolithism?

Why he was unable, or unwilling to look Cameroonians in the face and tell them what forgiveness, reconciliation of what he speaks, and between whom and when collaborators, consciously and deliberately, and arrogance have impoverished the people for three decades, by a systematic plunder, systemic see of its resources, with impunity barely punctuated by a few spectacular and vengeful arrests?

And if he is really open to dialogue, to a dialogue that is not monologue, which is inclusive, why not announce it himself to the people, before instructing his PM to implement it? Is not it that he had the ideal opportunity on the occasion of May 20? Does he have such contempt for his people that he can only talk to him through such an impersonal tool as the tweeter?Unless he is, with age, become the hostage of people who programmed his physical or political death, to inherit the nepotistic predatory system that he has methodically built for 37 years now.

If he is still in command of this country, and anxious to leave him in peace, if he still remembers his commitment to remain in history as the one "who brought democracy to his country", he must to know that the whole socio-political and economic crisis that is shaking Cameroon today is caused by the neglect of this commitment, or the delay in its realization. What was the point of such a long delay, so that 37 years later the country would fall short of square one, with a stalled democratic process, a sluggish economy and servitude, a social fabric almost flaps, and an endemic, impoverished population?

Gregory Owona (SGA of the CPDM) says that "the President has inherited a united country, and he does not want to see it parceled out". Does he allude to the threat of secession, or to the ethnic cutting of the country, whose 2018 presidential election has revealed the eminent danger to the nation?

Both are the work of the CPDM, whose ministers, in the first case, went in 2016, telling Anglophone lawyers and teachers in socio-cultural and legal-political claims, that "Anglophones do not have problems "and they responded with brutal repression accompanied by arbitrary arrests of their social leaders, giving what is nevertheless still a handful of separatists, the opportunity to present themselves as" remedy for these people.. marginalized ".

It is still the CPDM government that has instituted the system of "power-manger" that wants state resources to be a cake to be shared between its agents (nominated or elected, so-called), and that " inner and outer elites "are fabricated in each ethnic group, for the purpose of guaranteeing by corruption the eternal occupation of power.

This is perhaps what political scientists have termed "ethno-political patronage" or "state tribalism", which translates into the fact that the one who comes to power makes it the apparent property of his ethnicity, and recruits brothers and sisters, friends, sympathizers or objective allies from other ethnic backgrounds to form the bedrock of his autocracy.
Therefore due respect to Grégoire Owona, Biya, who is the all-powerful founder and president of the CPDM must know that this is not only secession but also, and especially ethnicizing (theoretical and practical) of power introduced into the Cameroonian political system by his party, which threatens to "fragment" this united country which he has inherited.

It must be said that if such a calamity became reality, it would be responsible to history. Clearly, it would no longer be remembered by history as "demoralizing", but rather as the gravedigger of Cameroon. Those who lift his tired arms to greet the Cameroonians, or make him go around in circles, literally and figuratively, may think of it as his design.

Does he realize that? If yes, we can think that there is still time for him to really change course; and that is what socio-political leaders, academics, civil society, Cameroonian political parties for the past three years, and now the international community, have been urging, while his "intimate enemies" speak of foreign interference ... as if the IMF which governs our monetary economy was not foreign. If not, it would be a further indication that he is not interested in the Cameroonian people, but only in power, and for particular purposes.

On March 22, 1985, in Bamenda, Paul Biya proclaimed that "democratization is one of the fundamental and specific options of national renewal ...". That "people can not fully enjoy the fruits of prosperity except where freedom and democracy are exercised ...". And that the latter (freedom and democracy) "can survive only if exists, order, peace and justice".

In the balance sheet of this commitment, 33 years later, we find: zero prosperity to taste; only the right to insult, praise or criticize the President in place of FREEDOM; only the "governing democracy" without the participation of the people; zero peace; zero justice; nothing but order by all arms, to protect the predation of the regime of which he would be supposedly hostage.

The question I would ask Mr. Biya if we were face to face would be to know if at the twilight of his life and his long reign, he can see without being wrong - one does not say "without lying" to a big - that we are in the "new Cameroon, democratic, just and conducive to the development of all, in unity, peace and harmony" that he promised us during his first election campaign on December 31, 1984? The one I would not ask him, because the answer is already known, is whether he believes that we can find at least one Cameroonian as intelligent and strong in politics as him.


Source: Camweb

Chief Mukete 'stabs' Paul Biya


In a tribune in the form of Coup de Gueule, on the Anglophone crisis, the politician member of the Rdpc, Saint Eloi Bidoung denounces, indexes and accuses. We offer you here the bulk of this output:

Centennial comments have been burning the socio-political scene for a few days. The shockwave party of the Senate irradiates the debate on the political news of the hour. Between senility, amnesia and rheumatism, the hobbled chief leaning on his cane.

The Senate, this luxury retirement home where the Republic hosts the personalities of the third of the fourth and fifth age; personalities who sometimes and very often have very questionable service records. States of service whose longevities and accumulations of duties as illegal as they are egalitarian are likely to talk mutes who would be eager to break his voice on a platform to say who right there is fed up.

Pathetic personalities during parliamentary sessions. The spectacle of desolation that these nonagenarians, sixties and even hundreds of years old, suffer from osteoarthritis, rheumatism and for the most part hugged by the pains of the prostate and the attacks of diabetes, let us see and glimpse a past which is difficult to pass, and a future that is hard to come by. The uselessness of this room known as euphemism (high) is manifested when we attend a session, we are faced with a hemicycle sparse old men snoring like four-stroke engines carburetted direct hemicycle of fortune at the convention center garni some venerable spoils who sleep more than they sleep; while the others, shone by their absence during the works, take advantage of the parliamentary session in Yaoundé and all the stewardship provided by the regulations in force to visit doctors and specialists in the diseases of the elderly. They go back to the edge of the convention center only to come to worry about the delay in the payment of the expenses sessions and to inquire about the probable date of the payment of these. My God!

What can be asked for more than most of those men who have not been able to display force for the development of the country during their youth, and who can do nothing during their old age?

Senility, a rare disease. You can catch malaria and the flu from cradle to grave. All the life. But rare are those who can pride themselves on suffering from senility. You see, With the ever-shorter life expectancy in Cameroon, the price of medicines prescribed by doctors and the insolence of nurses, it is a divine grace to reach that age. The age of being senile.Therefore, all "creatures" must bow to the respectable age of Chief Victor Mukete, a revered traditional chief on the flanks of Mount Cameroon in the Southwest Region and centenary before God and men. An unfortunate case of advanced senility that is of more concern to observers and political actors than gerontologists (specialists in the diseases of the elderly).

With age, we take the opposite direction of human growth. We tend towards the primary state of the baby, at least of the child without science or consciousness, to see without memory. It is the psychological and biological condition of a centenary. He does not know what he's doing and what he says he's like a year-old baby who can wet his panties. And do not ask him to think like his forty years.Either he has forgotten everything or he does not know anything anymore.

My grandfather, former tirailleur in Indochina during the Second World War, died almost centenarian but totally senile. He was lost in the forest in broad daylight, no longer distinguished between cassava and yam and no longer recognized his children. Chief Victor Mukete through his exit reminds me of my grandfather. He does not remember anymore that it is thanks to his activism for reunification that he is what he is. The oldest member of the "upper house" can not remember anything. I did not want to remind him that his big fortune and that of his line, as ostentatious as scandalous, is suspected to be fraudulent and illegal. Moreover the bad languages ​​say that this fortune was built on aggregates of tax frauds, customs delinquencies, scams, interested trades and especially administrative tolerance. Memory does not come back to him anymore. Is there anyone to remind him that he remains outside the laws and laws of the Republic, for more than twenty years, occupying continuously and illegally a position of chairman of council of a public company. And while, during this time, even though he was no longer able to sit more than thirty minutes during the work of the Board of Directors, he will continue to enjoy several benefits including undue medical costs and other amenities he used and abused with ogre bulimia.

I prefer, for my health and public safety, not to go back on the nepotism and favoritism that this venerable centenary had installed in Camtel, when he sat as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Son, nephews, nieces, grandson, son-in-law and other bakweris of his subjects and assimilated ruled the house Camtel. Who was not doing too well in passing. Even an eruption of the Mon Fako will not have done as much damage as those caused by the unproductive preeminence of Chief Victor Mukete as "Chairman of the Board" of Camtel. But at his age, can he remember? Can he remember all these accumulations of functions marked by incompatibilities and illegalities which he has never wanted to separate for years?Illegalities that can make him a traditional leader there, at the foot of Mount Cameroon, but a personality worthy of giving lessons to these Cameroonians he will long frustrated by his greed for the powers, trafficking in influence and its shameful taste for the "advantages of all kinds provided for by the regulations in force"; to the point of violating incompatibilities and multiplying accumulations without any patriotism.

Old gateux and resentful

To have been disembarked from his comfortable chair of Camtel's Board of Directors, where he only used to strip the coffers of the company by undue and exaggerated advantages, here is the traditional leader who finds himself a wisdom . But memory still does not come back to him. He no longer remembers the trust, friendship and respect of the President of the Republic, Head of State, His Excellency Paul Biya in his regard for decades. Perhaps he already feels at the crossroads of a distant past and an uncertain future. Like those who say, "I have nothing left to lose, nothing to gain by more than a hundred years; I do not mind... "It's going to be an old bastard.

In addition to being senile and resentful, in the heart of his Bakweri people, the war is raging. Irredentists threaten the unity of the nation, human lives and private and public goods. There at the foot of Mount Cameroon, men and women die or kill each other, young and old. We never heard the chief's voice for a solution to the crisis; he will never speak of peace or national unity to his subjects. Holder of the mystical and esoteric power of the Bakweri people, he never invoked Efasa Moto, the god who hides in the fog above Mount Cameroon, so that the blood does not flow anymore in the North-West and South-West.

His dubious personal fortune and the undue and multiple advantages that the State of Cameroon offers him do not leave him this time. No ! it is senility.Memory loss accentuated and evolving due to an age too advanced. May God forgive him his misguidance his errors, his uncontrolled and uncontrollable skidings.May God forgive him In three words, "his verbal slip". it's called in two words "High Betrayal". Ivorians "Taper back"

Source: lewouri.info

Can we avoid death, prison or problems in Cameroon?


When I came out of prison almost 02 months in Yaounde at the end of 2018, I was advised to avoid other problems, to no longer criticize the authorities of Cameroon because it is my future, my security, from that of my family, from my life that I had to work on rebuilding, to "leave these people with their things," and so on. Good advice certainly but pious at the same time because the Cameroon itself, for 37 years that it is held with an iron fist by a criminal and mafia association, is at the same time a wall of lamentation, a cemetery and a open prison.

It is not because we have "left these people with their thing" that will escape a death by accident on the road ... sorry! ... Yaoundé-Douala track lack of highway. It is not by letting Biya and her family tyrannize in peace, by being silent about the injustice suffered by others that we will escape death in a hospital for lack of quality care and at a lower cost. This is not because we are hiding behind a fake Facebook profile to insult activists Boris Bertolt, Paul Chouta, Ndzana Seme, Patrice Nouma or J.Remy Ngono just because they are fighting to awaken our consciences, that the life will be less expensive for you in the market, that we will not suffer the scam of school officials who demand exorbitant fees to parents at the start of school.

It is not because one "avoids problems with the system" that motorist, the policeman or the gendarme will not require you "his part" at each checkpoint. It is only because we have said "I prefer to drink my beer in peace" that this beer will not surround your liver with cirrhosis that will eventually send you to the afterlife. It is not because one decides to remain silent in the face of the disastrous situation of the country that one is better served in the public administration by a corrupt official than the one who denounces it. It's not because we sing "Paul Biya, always hot guys, hot hot! "That businessman, his bills will not wait months or even years to be paid by the Treasury, that the tax will not screen you taxes, etc.

It is also not because one avoids going to prison by refusing to answer the call to peacefully protest a union, a civil society organization or a political party or even to shout loudly and loudly at a chaotic governance that is safe. The laws in Cameroon have the distinction of being villainous in that it represents a trap for the citizen and a protective armor in the service of the underworld that governs in this country. Consequence: just a whim of a shoulder shoulder or I do not know what other big hat this country and your life is rocking. It is enough to visit the central prisons of Yaoundé or Douala to find that thousands of Cameroonians find themselves without judgment, most often because of an abuse of authority. People without history with "these people".Sometimes also people who have supported the power of Yaoundé to shout.

It often comes back to me from those who surround me or to me, what does it mean to be as demanding towards the power of Yaoundé when we know that nationalists or charismatic characters in the history of Cameroon and even Africa such as Reuben Um Nyobe, Felix Moumie, Ernest Ouandie, Thomas Sankara, Norbert Zongo and Patrice Lumumba were killed without their ideas or ideologies having prospered after their departure. Certainly, to the taste of some, the emblematic figures above-mentioned should have worked to live their peaceful life by caring for their family. But you always need people who say "no" to some established order to change the course of history. It took the American black Rosa Park refuses to give way in a bus to a white so that racism is now reduced to its US portion. It took Nelson Mandela to sacrifice 27 years of his life in prison for apartheid to be a distant past in South Africa, it took French writers such as Voltaire and Montesquieu write against slavery in the eighteenth century to that it is no longer the universal rule nowadays.

Yes, Um Nyobe, Sankara and others were killed taking their ideas with them. But what has become of their executioners and traitors to their cause? What became of the terrible and all-powerful boss of the Cameroonian secret service Jean Fochive who interrogated and then led Ernest Ouandié to the scaffold in the early 1970s? Death in misery. Who still remembers Mayi Matip who betrayed Um Nyobe? Not a lot of people anyway.Mobutu plotted against Lumumba in the DRC, what was his end? Vomi by those who made him king and buried in the Christian cemetery of Rabat in Morocco, in total indifference. Even Colonel-offender Emile Bamkoui, who made me an exile, will end up in the worst possible way, for all the blood he shed in Cameroon. Better a living coward than a dead hero, retort some, but it's better to die a hero than to die zero!


Reporter: Michel Biem Tong

Cameroon: from Kondengui, Maurice Kamto writes to the Paris Bar


Having come to meet Maurice Kamto in jail, the two French lawyers had simply been pushed back to the gates of the prison without any reason.

Indeed, during the week in Cameroon for the solemn return of the bar, Me Basile Ader, wanted to visit in prison the opponent Maurice Kamto with two collaborators. Only access to this penitentiary center was denied.

Me Basile Ader, president of the International Observatory for Lawyers in Danger (OIAD), and vice-president of the Paris Bar, said however that he obtained permits of visits in order to meet his colleague.

A situation deeply regretted by Maurice Kamto: "This incomprehensible and in any case scandalous attitude of the Cameroonian authorities provides ample information on the nature of the regime in which we live in Cameroon and gives full meaning to our fight for justice and freedom", he wrote in the note below addressed to Me Basile Ader.



Source: 237actu.com

Bamileke hunting: Haman Mana persists and signs


This Thursday, June 13, 2019, the daily LE JOUR in a report broadcast on page 3 reports that during recent marches organized by the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon, "several people were arrested on the basis of their ethnicity." Hence the title "MRC: Tracking Facies". Since the publication of this information, the newspaper is hot, receiving many criticism from Internet users. Contacted by Médiatude this June 13, Haman Mana believes that one should not attack his newspaper but "the police".Interview.

This Thursday your newspaper titled: "The MRC: the hunt facies". This information raises strong reactions and especially a lot of controversy including our page Médiatude where we relayed it...

People should not react to our One.People must react to the police and the gendarmerie who, when they arrest a protester, systematically ask him "where are you from?" This is the first question we ask all the protesters.

There are many Internet users who see your UNE believe that your newspaper is doing the propaganda of the MRC. What do you answer to these?

They must calm down. Tell them to calm down. And read the article. 100% of those who spoke did not read the article. Let them read the article and see. This is a report in the police stations and testimonies. I say that these are testimonies of protesters questioned and released. We did not do an article based on anything. These are testimonials. It is not a sight of the mind. This is not an opinion piece. It is supported by testimonials. We do not invent anything.They were people who were there at SED, at the PJ, where the first question was systematically "where are you from?" ". It's up to the police to attack me.

Does the newspaper Le Jour "roll" for the MRC as a certain opinion thinks?

It's awful stupidity. "Who rolls for whom?"Who rolls for what? People have become crazy in this country. People do not read the articles. It's easy to ride for the CPDM if the CPDM accepts everyone.

You take yourself away. Sorry!

I did not get carried away, I express with the tone that it takes a situation that is extremely serious. Where is my country going?

Thank you for your reaction and courage in your work!

Courage why? I do not need courage, I do my job. I do not need to be encouraged. I am not to be pitied. I do not have any problems. I did my job quietly. I'm not bothering.


Source: Media

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Politacl Crisis: Dieu Momo spits fire, hit hard on Maurice Kamto

"When a leader leads his own political family in a gaping pit ... this leader proves that he does not have the ability to lead the opposition"


The Minister Delegate to the Minister of Justice publishes a free forum in the columns of the daily Cameroon Tribune of June 12, 2019, through which he is the opposition Cameroonian. He particularly attacks the MRC and its leader, without ever citing them.

Decidedly, Jean De Dieu Momo has fertile intellectual output. Since his appointment to the government on January 4, 2019, the Minister Delegate to the Minister of Justice multiplies the articles of opinion he publishes in the press or social networks.

"The future is lived in the present" is the title of the free forum that the member of the government publishes in the columns of the newspaper Cameroon Tribune published this Wednesday, June 12, 2019. The leader of PADDEC is "the situation report of the opposition . He attacks the MRC (Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon) and its leader, Maurice Kamto , without ever mentioning them.

"The crystallization of the political opportunities of a certain political formation around the sole individuality of its leader, freezes any chances of implementation of the possibilities of occupation for the other executives, of the field of local governance during the legislative and coming municipal " , thinks the politician.

In other words, according to Me Momo, the MRC is heading straight for a failure in the next elections. Further on, he defends Paul Biya's dolphin in the last presidential election. "When a leader leads the leadership of his own political family to a gaping hole for hope, where all opportunities for political opportunities that can be grasped by his key cadres are drowned, this leader proves that he does not possess the ability to drive opposition leadership , "he says, speaking of Maurice Kamto.

"Having reduced an overview to an egocentric introspection, shortened from oneself to one, absorbing all the possibilities that might first benefit a set, a certain political family of the opposition, this leader guarantees for sure , to his political family a certain death , " adds the former fierce opponent of the Yaounde regime, who passed into the Allied camp shortly before the presidential election of October 2018.

Fred BIHINA

Cameroon-Info.Net

South West Chiefs Visit SONARA After Fire Disaster As They Ignore CDC Hit By Anglophone Crisis




A delegation of South West Traditional Rulers has paid a working visit to Cameroon’s lone National Refining Company (SONARA) hit by a fire disaster last May 31. They have however been sharply criticized for failing to visit the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC that has been hardest hit by the Anglophone Crisis.

The Wednesday, June 12, 2019 visit to Limbe was led by Chief Mafany Njie Martin, President of the South West Chiefs Conference, SWECC and Chief of Liongo Village in Buea Subdivision.

The chiefs said the objective of their mission was to encourage the Director General of SONARA and his collaborators during such difficult moments.

As traditional rulers and custodians of the traditions of the South West people, they promised to use their traditional knowledge and knowhow in ongoing efforts to rebuild the company considering its strategic and economic importance to the region in particular and Cameroon in general.

 The General Manager of SONARA, Jean-Paul Simo Njonou expressed gratitude to the chiefs for their constant support and outlined a series of measures already taken by government to rehabilitate the damaged production units within one year and ensure the continuous supply of petroleum products in the local market.

 The South West chiefs were further assured that inquiry to ascertain the cause of the explosion is well on course and that all jobs will be maintained.

Observers have wondered why the chiefs will so promptly visit SONARA after a fire disaster and not the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC that has been hardest hit by the Anglophone Crisis since 2018.

With about twenty thousand contracts of employment and a related monthly wage bill of about FCFA 2.5 billion, the crisis in the North West and South West Regions is taking a heavy toll on the CDC but the traditional rulers seem to watch in indifference.

General Manager Franklin Ngoni Njie tells whoever gives a listening ear that “the crisis is taking a toll on the socio-economic situation of workers as several establishments are no longer in operation given that workers, out of fear and threats on their lives no longer go to work”.

Workers have been maimed in the plantations, while others were pulled out of their homes and gravely injured. The rubber, banana and oil palm plantations have since not been attended to. With crop production nose-diving, the factories and mills have also had to shut down with only the mill in Idenau working above 50 per cent.


CIN

In Germany, Visa Requirements To Enter Cameroon Now Tougher


According to a statement from the Honorary Consulate of Cameroon in Hamburg, the procedure for applications for entry visas to Cameroon has been modified.

From now on the requests will be subjected to the appreciation of the "Headquarter" in Cameroon. Which could make the procedure long.

Is there a correlation between this new policy and the recent breakages of the Ambacam in Berlin?

We are entitled to question this new situation and its impact on the mobility of Cameroonians from the diaspora naturalized in their host country who, due to a lack of dual nationality, are dependent on visas to travel to their native country.


Camerbe

FERDINAND NGOH NGOH: THE BLACK SHEEP OF THE REPUBLIC


Cameroon is shaken by a series of multifaceted crises. The entourage of Paul Biya indexed.

Multiple crises

The newspaper Info Matin found the right words Ngoh Ngoh: "The evil genius Paul Biya" And for good reason: The Sg / Pr and Minister of State crystallizes controversy and brings bad luck to the President of the Republic. In a sociopolitical setting that challenges. In fact, "Never, in the memory of the observer, has Cameroon been so much shaken by the multifaceted crises as in recent years. Never, no doubt, will the country have been so shaken on its foundations in the political, economic, social and security fields "

The entourage of Paul Biya indexed.

And all eyes are turned to the head of state, which although shaken by the tests, accuses the blow.Moved by the determination not to deviate from its options of peace, unity, national cohesion and development of the country ... And the newspaper to point finger the entourage of the Head of State, object of all his misfortunes " Paul Biya nevertheless seems to be confronted by an entourage whose action is obviously to stall all efforts on the political, security and governance levels "Among which is Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh" In the forefront of these men who seem to crystallize the controversy and bring bad luck to Paul Biya, finds himself his general secretary (Sg / Pr) and, since January 4, Minister of State, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh ... "

Tribalism invites itself

Only, with a zest of tribalism, we seek a lifeline for Cameroon plunged into turmoil. For the Journal Le Jour, political action is plagued by "tracking down facies" Several activists from the MRC were arrested last weekend on the basis of their ethnicity.

Need for inclusive dialogue

And yet, Cameroon Tribune magnifies "The virtues of dialogue" as a solution to the crisis in the northwestern and southwestern regions. In fact, following the visit made in the field by the Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, bearer of the offer of peace and dialogue of the President of the Republic. Parliamentarians are not left behind. The newspaper Baromètre Communautaire talks about the "beginnings of the Dialogue between CPDM, SDF, UDC and UPC parliamentarians", parties represented in both chambers. At the opening session of the second ordinary session of the legislative 2019, on June 10, the presidents of the National Assembly and the Senate welcomed the initiative of the President of the Republic to open a dialogue on the crisis in the NOSO regions. Nearly all parliamentarians in the National Assembly and the Senate - opposition parties and opposition parties - met last Monday and are eager to hold this dialogue. A national dialogue they want inclusive and without taboos except for the point on the partition of Cameroon as envisaged by the President of the Republic.


Camerbe

Crime: an artist in Mbouda reportedly killed and eats the head of his victim


The unusual scene took place Sunday, June 3 in Bamessingue City in the Mbouda district in the Bamboutos region of western Cameroon, learned Lebledparle.com.

According to journalist Julio Trésor Tanon, a reporter for Canal 2 International, who reports the facts, the perpetrator of the crime is a young man of about 25, a former student at the Foumban Institute of Arts.

All starts from Thursday, May 31, while the young man is at a healer in the city. He is at this moment, in a delirious state, and to control him the "doctor of the fools" chained him (feet and hands). "The student was deprived of food if he did not confess".

Surprisingly, the young man will manage to free himself from the chains. "He climbs the fence and goes in search of game for" a sacrifice, "says Julio Trésor Tanon. "I first stopped a pig to kill. The spirits refused. I also stopped a cat and they always refused. It was absolutely necessary a human. And I stayed in the corn issue to hunt down the newcomer.Says the assassin.

"This is how one of the patients at the center, the 17-year-old Jordan, from Batcham, is going to be taken by surprise by his predator. The 21-year-old Franky killer uses a knife to stab him in the head.Eaten his nose, his eyes and his tongue before making the stool on the body of his victim. He will stay in front of the body, shouting victory. The two families in an inconsolable state do not return. "Continues Julio Tresor Tanon in his account.

Franky is currently staying at the gendarmerie company Mbouda, we learn.


Source: 24cameroun.com

UPC crisis: Habiba Issa-Bapooh Lipot, the 'marriage' against nature


Last week was held in Douala a meeting of the Bureau of the Steering Committee of the Union of the Populations of Cameroon (UPC), on convocation of Habiba Issa, President elected at the last congress of this current of the historic party on October 09, 2017 to Yaounde.

To everyone's surprise, this meeting resulted in the choice, or rather, the recognition of MP Robert Bapooh Lipot, as Secretary General of the historic party, in place of Pierre Baléguel Nkot, elected to this position at the same Congress of 09 October 2017, now suspended.

It is important to note that the latter had led a meeting of the Bureau of the Steering Committee of the UPC on August 28, 2018, which had suspended President Habiba Issa. The two personalities deny to each other the power to take such sanctions against each other.

It is taking advantage of the cacophony within the faction of the UPC that the administration recognized until then, that with the approach of the presidential election of October 07, 2018, the Minister of the Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji , announced in a statement in July 2018, recognize as Secretary General of the UPC and therefore interlocutor for the government of this party, Robert Bapooh Lipot.

Since then, the various appeals brought before the Cameroonian justice by the members of the camp aggrieved by this communiqué, have given nothing until now.

It is therefore a priori taking into account the political reality or opportunism that Habiba Issa and his supporters, decided to make the Secretary General of their current upecist, the elected MP in Nyong and Kellé, yet excluded from the party by this trend then led by Victor Onana on May 08, 2016.

At that time, Robert Bapooh Lipot who has always considered himself Secretary General of another trend of the historical party since 2012, reacted through mathematical language stating that he did not belong to this group of UPC, which, in his view, had no quality to exclude it.

Joined by phone, Habiba Issa explains that his office after "bitter debates", finally decided to trust Robert Bapooh Lipot, to limit the splitting of the UPC with another Secretary General, and to have the possibility to have access to the accounts of the party, which receives a little more than 20 million francs from the State each year, as public funding of political parties since the legislative and municipal 30 September 2013

Disagreements between leaders of the political training and court proceedings made access to these accounts impossible.

The other reason mentioned, "is that it is necessary to put in order of battles to prepare the future elections, that is to say in the immediate, the legislative, the municipal and the regional which point to the horizon, trying to make sure that the problems of the plurality of investitures coming from opposing party tendencies do not arise. "

This had been costly to the UPC during the 2013 senatorial who had seen all lists rejected thereby.

In the presidential election of October 7, 2018, Habiba Issa after trying to present himself without success, had finally supported the candidacy of Maître Akéré Muna and Robert Bapooh Lipot, that of the outgoing President and future winner, Paul Biya. two personalities removed them.

Without any congress even extra-ordinary, and without a wide consultation open to the greatest sensibilities of the UPC, Habiba Issa and Robert Bapooh Lipot, without a certain political logic and against all odds, have decided to walk together.

It's as if everyone needs the other to become more assertive and legitimize themselves.

Cameroonians in general and UPC militants in particular have become accustomed to the constant leadership quarrels and innumerable reversals that often serve the historic party.

Not sure that the new alliance brings more confidence in the approach used to seal it.


Journalist: Eric Boniface Tchouakeu

CPDM crisis: settling of accounts between Jean Nkueté and Tsimi Evouna


The money, intended for the purchase of a brand new 4x4, was hijacked by a nephew of Tsimi Evouna, who instead delivered a second-hand vehicle.

The affair is told under cover, at the headquarters of the Democratic Rally of the Cameroonian People (Rdpc, in power) located in the Lake District, Yaounde. A sordid story, which made sleep the secretary general of the central committee of the training of Paul Biya (Sg / Cc / Rdpc), Jean Nkueté, main victim of a fraud and a breach of trust characterized.

In November 2018, Mr. Nkueté, who plans to purchase a good-quality vehicle, instructs his budget and equipment manager, Joseph Désiré Okala Edoa, to obtain a proforma invoice for a Land Cruiser model. VX from the Toyota Cami dealer. This is a large 4x4 "full option", the kind that many vegetables of the country. The requested document thus displays an amount of 96 million francs that the cashier of the house, Raymond Epassy, ​​eventually collect.

A few days later, the said cashier and the chief of the budget and equipment department are dispatched by their hierarchy in the services of Cami Toyota, located rue de l'Aéroport. At the dealership, Joseph Désiré Okala Edoa is given the funds before rushing into the offices. There followed a long wandering, service in service, before the naive Raymond Epassy, ​​whose role is precisely to disburse and transport the cash, does not agree to ask, by his companion, to return to the service because, says he, the delivery of the fund could drag a little.

Finally alone, Joseph Désiré Okala Edoa goes straight to the first seller of used vehicles in the area, acquires a second-hand model usually called "Dubai opportunity", he will present to the proud owner. Which one sees, at first glance, the deception through the antiquated aspect of the sheet metal, which leaves no doubt about the state of the Toyota Land Cruiser VX. Stuck, the good man claims to have handed the 96 million francs to a certain lady Fouman, which it will later prove that it was certainly commercial Cami Toyota in Yaounde and that, ill at the time of the facts, she is since died. More serious still: in the competent services of the salesman of cars of cars, one supports bitterly not to have not sold the type of case in question since 4 good months.

As proof of his good faith, Mr. Okala Edoa, meanwhile, has in the meantime been scanned for authentic documents of the car dealership, which he brandished proudly. More than reassembled by this deception on the goods, Jean Nkueté refuses to receive the Land Cruiser VX second hand. The vehicle is taken back by the buyer, with a promise of replacement or refund. Since then, Jean Nkueté cries silently in his corner. More serious, the jew's harp has been brought back into the concession of the central committee of the Rdpc, where it has been abandoned since then to bad weather.

It was at this point that the general treasurer of the Rdpc, Gilbert Tsimi Evouna, came in to try to calm the anger of the Sg / Cc / Rdpc. In the civil, the no less delegated government near the urban community of Yaounde (CUY) is also the uncle of the head of budget and equipment of the training, a boy he debauched a bank and placed at the head of the party finance department. He tries, as best he can, to protect the nephew while coaxing his victim.

To date, Mr. Nkueté has neither the car nor the money disbursed. The unfortunate man, probably out of fear of trouble, has not lodged a complaint either. Since then, his executioner has never again set foot in his service, telling anyone who wants to hear that he will return only when his boss is disembarked.

It should be noted that Jean Nkueté had accustomed his head of department of the budget and the material to the affairs of management, notably through the printing of the newspaper L'Action for which the central committee drags, one learns also, a big slate while funds intended to satisfy the printer are regularly released. The same Joseph Désiré Okala Edoa, who has managed to gain the trust of his superiors over the years, was also at the heart of the rehabilitation of the future headquarters on the part of the Lake District. A work so well done that, 6 months later, doors began to warp, paint flaking and, before one year, toilets to be out of order.

QUESTIONS :

We ask

ourselves a series of questions Why NKUETE does not dismiss OKALLA?

Is it an administrative tolerance?

NKUETE is under pressure from the camp of TSIMI EVOUNA who gives him a tribal hatred to the point of wishing his departure from the Central Committee?

Or also he is blocked by his handyman MONKAM NITCHEU Fabien with whom OKALLA, said to have shared the 96.000.000.frs.

Or again, NKUETE would be afraid to be hara kiri in respect, to the escapades that he himself would have provoked.

Long live the Republic of Wonderfutkistan: Sex, provide, Money, manipulation, Favorism, Prostitution, corruption, Satanism, ritual crime, with Tribalism in the desert.

In the meantime, the fight continues

And what, Do what, we will win.


Reporter: Patrice Nouma