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Sunday, September 15, 2019

National Dialogue: Here are the proposals of the SDF to the Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute


The Social Democratic Front (SDF) of Ni John Fru Ndi is willing to participate in the great national dialogue announced by Paul Biya by the end of September 2019.

The delegation of the first opposition political party, led by its first vice-president, the Honorable Joshua Osih , was received on September 12 by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute , who will preside over this national meeting.

The SDF proxies took the opportunity to lay down the conditions for their party's participation in this dialogue, which many present as the only way out of the crisis in the North West and South West regions.

Among these conditions, the appointment of a neutral personality to lead the meeting and a debate on the form of the state.

Joshua Osih skipped these conditions in a message posted on September 13, 2019 on the internet:

Here is the entirety of his publication:

The SDF delegation, led by the First National Vice-President Hon. Joshua N. Osih met with the Prime Minister, head of government, as a prelude to the dialogue announced by the President of the Republic. This meeting allowed us to expose to the Prime Minister for transmission to the Head of State, preliminary conditions for our participation in this long-awaited inclusive national dialogue.

We have placed particular emphasis on the fact that this announced dialogue must deeply satisfy the aspirations of the English-speaking population and the minimum required for this announced national dialogue has clearly been broken down as follows:

Inclusive national dialogue should be chaired by a neutral personality.

This dialogue must elucidate the deep roots of the Anglophone crisis.

The form of the State must be included in the agenda from the beginning of the dialogue for plenary debate with a view to the adoption of a new Constitution for Cameroon and this point must be reflected in the agenda of the this national dialogue.

Since this national dialogue is essentially the result of the Anglophone crisis, Anglophones must occupy a central place in the discussions and a pre-conference between Anglophones must be organized for this purpose to avoid the scenarios of the 1972 referendum and the 1991 tripartite meeting.

Defense and security forces can not be part of the inclusive national dialogue that is essentially political.
We have unequivocally noted that the inclusive inclusive national dialogue can not succeed effectively without a calm environment, namely:

The declaration of a cease-fire

The guarantee of a general amnesty for all those involved at any level in the Anglophone crisis so that they participate without fear in this inclusive national dialogue.

We have welcomed and appreciated the fact that the Prime Minister has told us that the United Nations and the African Union and the Commonwealth have expressed their willingness to participate in this inclusive national debate and we hope that countries such as the USA, Great Britain and Germany are also participating, as the third bloc of friendly countries, in this inclusive national debate.

Finally, we mentioned that the driver of this inclusive national debate should be clear beforehand on specific points, in particular:

The timing and the different sequences that must be consensual.

A clear definition of the content of this national dialogue, including the structures and mechanisms put in place.

The assurance that the major protagonists will participate end-to-end in the various processes, namely the preparatory phase, the decision-making process and the implementation on the ground of the conclusions reached by mutual agreement at the end of this dialogue. For an effective and efficient and lasting return of peace in these two regions.

The SDF is aware that inclusive national dialogue is in essence a process and we are waiting for the signal from the initiator to indicate to the different protagonists the way forward.


Fred BIHINA

Cameroon - National Dialogue: Prime Minister, head of government begun Dialogue process in Yaoundé


Chosen by the President of the Republic to preside over the Grand National Dialogue to resolve the socio-political and security crisis in Cameroon, Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute held Wednesday, September 11, 2019 in his services in Yaoundé, a first preparatory meeting.

"I meet with government officials from the Southwest and North West regions to reflect on field work for pre-dialogue consultations, in preparation for the national conference mandated by the President of the Republic" wrote the head of the government on the twitter account of the Primature.

After this limited meeting, Joseph Dion Ngute, according to our sources, has planned other meetings of consultation with personalities from elsewhere. The race against the clock has therefore begun in order to complete the maximum consultation before the beginning of the end of September 2019, the Grand National Dialogue.

"Chaired by the Prime Minister, Head of Government, this dialogue will bring together a diverse range of personalities: parliamentarians, politicians, opinion leaders, intellectuals, economic operators, traditional authorities, religious authorities, members of the diaspora, etc. Representatives of the Defense and Security Forces, armed groups and victims will also be invited ... Prior to the effective holding of the dialogue, the Prime Minister, Head of Government, will consult widely, in order to collect the most diverse opinions. , which will serve as sources of inspiration for the conduct of the debates. Delegations will also be sent in the coming days to the meeting of the diaspora, to enable it to contribute to these reflections on the resolution of the crisis "said the Head of State, Paul Biya, September 10 2019, in his special message to the Nation.


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From Kondengui: Georges Gilbert Baongla Distress appeal to seek political asylum in 6 countries


Georges Gilbert Baongla no longer wants to live in Cameroon. The national president of the Republican Party imprisoned in Yaoundé since May 2019 sent requests for political asylum to the ambassadors of 6 countries stationed in Yaounde on September 12, 2019. He seeks his protection and that of some of his political associates. To the heads of the diplomatic missions of Congo, France, Russia, Brazil, China, the United States in Cameroon, the one who presents himself as the eldest son of the Cameroonian president Paul Biya affirms that it is the object of a conspiracy that could make it disappear. "Following our previous requests, so attached copy, I come very respectfully to your very high personality seeking refuge as president of the Republican Party bound to an uncertain and Kafkaan lawsuit held against me and in defiance of the law , for libel, corrupts a political affair where my enemies want my death. Moreover, my life is threatened in this prison environment, with a precarious state of health, "reads in the twin correspondence of Georges Gilbert Baongla.

These letters arouse reactions among observers. Among them are the political analyst and consultant Equinoxe Radio and television David Eboutou. "These correspondences are causing trouble in the minds of many Cameroonians who had not yet finished questioning why and how the putative son of the President of the Republic finds himself so easily in prison without intervention. By soliciting from now on the exile, George Gilbert Baongla would have information according to which his case would be already sealed hence his call for help ??? !! He wonders.

Georges Gilbert Baongla is sued for fraud and defamation by businessman Jean-Pierre Amougou Belinga. After a stay at the direction of the Judiciary Police in Yaoundé, he was transferred to the central prison still in the Cameroonian capital.


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Cameroon: The Presidency denies a trip by Paul and Chantal Biya to Geneva


We learn in a message-fax that has leaked in social networks, that the Minister, Director of the Civil Cabinet of the Presidency of the Republic, asked the Ambassador of Cameroon in Switzerland, to take the necessary authorizations from Swiss authorities for a month's stay of the presidential couple from 15 September 2019.


This document, which is dated September 10, 2019, also contains the list of presidential security elements and the types of weapons and the number of ammunition they will carry on this expedition.

Contacted by Cameroon-info.net to verify the authenticity of this message bearing the signature of Samuel Mvondo Ayolo, Director of the Civil Cabinet, a voice authorized to preside to be of this trip, denies categorically. "The document is wrong. It is still a matter of manufacturing individuals without faith or law, whose objective is to belittle the image of the President of the Republic and our dear country. The head of state is more concerned about the organization of the great national dialogue that he has himself scheduled for the end of this month. It is not because he has delegated the organization to the Prime Minister, the head of the government, that he does not follow him. Trust does not exclude control, said a famous politician, "explains our source.

The last trip of the presidential couple to Geneva, two months ago, had been cut short and disturbed by opponents in the Cameroonian diaspora.


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Latest: Samuel Eto'o attacks Roger Milla and Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo for criticizing him


In the broadcast interview during which he announced his retirement, Samuel Eto'o Fils answered some of his detractors. He notably targeted the former Cameroonian international footballer Roger Milla and the indomitable Lion still active Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo.

Faced with Cameroonian journalist Alain Foka, Samuel Eto'o attacked those who point to him in these terms: "  Once I have a parent who spoke of interference always at this African Cup. I am not responsible if your bosses do not give you the information. I do not ask to be on the national team. They do not pay me to be next to the national team. I love football ".

Samuel Eto'o claims the right to speak about football in Cameroon like the French Zinedine Zidane. "In Cameroon it's still incredible. There are great players everywhere. Do we dispute Zidane in France? If Zidane gives his opinion we know that Zidane gave his opinion in what he knows how to do! Why in Cameroon mediocre allow themselves to criticize those who are brilliant. ? This is not normal in Cameroon. Some people who do not recognize their place want to claim other places. That's the problem in Cameroon. We must accept! It is not said that they should not give their opinion, " protested the former captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.

When asked if he thinks of Roger Milla he answers: "No, there are many". But immediately remember how much he likes Roger Milla. And that is why he has "forgiven and continues to forgive many things" for the only idol he has "really" carried in his heart. "Our parents do not understand that I am also a parent. They see me forever as a child. That is the problem. They do not understand that we grew up. That's it Alain! I grew up ! I am considered a single player. I am a unique player! I must be given my place! If my parents for one reason or another refuse to give me my place it's their problem! Because I recognize my place. You're not going to change that I'm the best in Africa, " defends the football star.

He does not spare the defender of indomitable Lions Ambroise Oyongo Bitolo guilty of having scratched a few weeks ago in the columns of the newspaper Le Messager. "It's only in Cameroon where a young man who has not even started yet, who plays I do not know where in France that allows himself to talk to a Samuel Eto'o as if we were comrades! It is not possible ! But stay in your place! Take your little career! " Eto'o says it's one of the consequences of the disorder in the den. One said disorder maintained, he accuses, by "people who economically win behind" .

Eto 'ensures that some people want him because they have not been summoned to the selection, but that it does not move him very much. He said he had information about reports that some players have made by accusing him. "But these same players called me, sent me messages so that I can intervene for some players," he retorts.


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Saturday, September 14, 2019

30 min speech from Biya: this is what happened during the recording that you don't know


Very weakened, but firmly clinging to his desk at the cost of a superhuman effort, Mr. BIYA managed in exactly 30 minutes, three days ago, to deliver a pre-recorded message to the Cameroonian people but above all, to the international community that pushed him strongly.

It was a difficult test for a man in his state of physical and mental health and his age that, on the evening of May 20, delivered to the eyes of Cameroon as a whole, the image of a president, a old man lost, haggard, lost, speaking alone or rather talking to himself, guided and helped by his wife to understand what was happening around him and even to simply raise his arms in salvation, towards his guests who cheered him.

Yes, in 30 minutes chrono, a new Alzheimer patient stuffed with sedatives, can very well deceive the vigilance of the incredulous and make a speech about coherent.

But, firmly attached to his desk like a lifebuoy, we saw an old man, struggling to read his speech written in large format, scrolling on the teleprompter set to its maximum resolution in front of him.

Beyond the message of that day, here is the big challenge that Mr Biya faced this famous evening...

Recall that two days ago, this famous 30-minute speech was secretly canceled at the last minute, simply because the old man's mental and physical state could not have been stabilized by his doctors.

So it is important to know this:

At each of his outings in public or when he must receive guests, the BIYA man is intensely supported by his doctors, under the supervision of his wife, to be mentally and physically stabilized , in order to give the change to its hosts or to the televiewers.

This is why Chantal Biya, his wife, never leaves his eyes and gives him a more than morbid assistance in public. In fact it is his daily lot in private.

If François Mitterrand his mentor for 14 years deceived the French people on his disastrous state of health, why not his best pupil Biya.

That's why, I think 40-year-old President Emmanuel Macron is not doing a disservice to Cameroon, supporting the continued power of an old sick president, now 87 years old, unable to exercise power.

That is why the question of his resignation or dismissal of power, must be the major subject of this famous inclusive national dialogue that will soon open in Cameroon or elsewhere, and I will make sure that it is so.

The truth must be said and always so.

Reporter: Coupsfrancs.com

 

Anglophone crisis: Several confessions of Célestin Bedzigui


Certainly anathema is to be thrown on the separatists who commit abuses all day long but in the background, hide frustrations that decrypts Celestin Bedzigui.

For Célestin Bedzigui, the tense socio-political situation in North-West and South-West emanates from the confrontation of the two colonial systems inherited by Cameroon and which obviously differ in their mode of governance.

"The bottom line is to question the basics under the understanding that each of us put in this decision to put together because it is still to assume two legacies. A legacy of French colonization characterized by some form of Jacobinism ie the centralization of power and then an Anglo-Saxon heritage characterized by the Indirect Rule where power is much more decentralized, "said the president of the party for the Liberal Alliance (PAL).

Given the state of things, the politician sees a kind of domination of the French system on Angloxason in the mode of operation of the Administration.

"When one analyzes the evolution of the way in which the administrative entities of our country have been managed, one realizes that the Jacobin heritage seems to have taken precedence over the Anglo-Saxon legacy. And that is perhaps what created a part of frustrations expressed by the English-speaking component, "says the traditional authority at the microphone of the Crtv this September 13, 2019.


Source: lebledparle.com

Biya's speech: John Fru Ndi finally reacts!


Speaking at the national station of Cameroon Radio Television on September 13, 2019, Ni John Fru Ndi hailed the decision taken by the head of the armed forces and called on the secessionist fighters to take part in the great national dialogue they are invited to the end this month to preserve national peace and unity.

"I call on those who took up arms to seize this opportunity and that all Cameroonians as one man, out of love for the homeland, that we leave with the good resolutions to the problems of the hour," urged the chairman .

The national president of the Social Democratic Front (SDF), the personalities of the Republic appointed by Paul Biya on the evening of September 10, 2019 to lead the dialogue must show skills.

"I hope that the Prime Minister takes his responsibilities in hand," said the politician.

In addition, Ni John Fru Ndi remains faithful to the adage The dirty laundry is washing with family. Clearly, there is no problem, in his opinion, that can not find a solution between Cameroonians if they speak with one voice.

"We have to sit down between Cameroonians to grant us. Do not involve people outside and who do not master the problem English, "concluded the Chairman.


Source: lebledparle.com

JOSHUA OSIH: "INCLUSIVE NATIONAL DIALOGUE MUST BE PRESIDED BY NEUTRAL PERSONALITY."


The SDF delegation, led by the first National Vice President Hon. Joshua N. Osih met with the prime minister, head of the government, as a prelude to the dialogue announced by the President of the Republic. This meeting allowed us to expose to the Prime Minister for transmission to the Head of State, preliminary conditions for our participation in this long-awaited inclusive national dialogue.

We have placed particular emphasis on the fact that this announced dialogue must deeply satisfy the aspirations of the English-speaking population and the minimum required for this announced national dialogue has clearly been broken down as follows:

The inclusive national dialogue must be chaired by a neutral personality. This dialogue must clarify the deep roots of the Anglophone crisis. The form of the state must be included in the agenda from the beginning of the dialogue for debate in plenary. the adoption of a new Constitution for Cameroon, and this point must be on the agenda of this national dialogue. Because this national dialogue is essentially the result of the Anglophone crisis, Anglophones must occupy a central place in For this purpose, discussions and a pre-conference between Anglophones should be organized to avoid the scenarios of the 1972 referendum and the tripartite meeting of 1991. The defense and security forces can not be part of the inclusive national dialogue which is essentially political.

We have unequivocally noted that the inclusive inclusive national dialogue can not succeed effectively without a calm environment, namely:

The declaration of a cease-fireThe guarantee of a general amnesty for all those involved at any level in the Anglophone crisis so that they participate without fear in this inclusive national dialogue.

We have welcomed and appreciated the fact that the Prime Minister has told us that the United Nations and the African Union and the Commonwealth have expressed their willingness to participate in this inclusive national debate and we hope that countries such as the USA, Great Britain and Germany are also participating, as the third bloc of friendly countries, in this inclusive national debate.

Finally, we mentioned that the driver of this inclusive national debate should be clear beforehand on specific points, in particular:

The timing and the different sequences that must be consensual.A clear and clear definition of the content of this national dialogue, including the structures and mechanisms put in place. The assurance that the major players will participate end-to-end in the different processes to namely, the preparatory phase, the decision-making process as well as the implementation of the conclusions reached by mutual agreement at the end of this dialogue. For an effective and efficient and lasting return of peace in these two regions.

The SDF is aware that inclusive national dialogue is in essence a process and we are waiting for the signal from the initiator to indicate to the different protagonists the way forward.


Hon. Joshua N. Osih

Friday, September 13, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: Professor Abangma Says ‘Major National Dialogue’ Will Suppress The Voice Of Anglophones



Prof. James Arrey Abangma, President of the National Syndicate of Teachers of Higher Education (SYNES) University of Buea Chapter has regretted that the ‘Major National Dialogue’ announced by President Paul Biya last Tuesday will drown the voices of Anglophones.

The Head of the Department of Political Science and Comparative Politics at the University of Buea says everyone was expecting that at last the Anglophone Crisis will be addressed and there will be the drive to seek solutions but wonders why the dialogue has been expanded to involve the entire country and not only the aggrieved Anglophones.

His words: “What I have seen is characteristic of whatever is been done in the country. I will take you backward. When the people wanted Mayors to take charge of councils, they imposed Government Delegates. When we went for the Ad-hoc Committee meeting to address the grievances of Anglophone teachers, we wanted a number of teachers to be recruited from Anglophone regions to address the shortage of Anglophones in professional schools.

“They ended by saying that Bilingual teachers will be recruited. It watered down the whole issue. I don’t see how a crisis in the North West and South West will be addressed in the interest of Anglophones by the whole country, in a national dialogue. If there is need for a national dialogue to address other inadequacies of the whole country, it welcomed.

“What the President said can be likened to asking the whole country whether Anglophones like something or not. You dilute the whole point. So calling for a national Dialogue dilutes the whole point because people from other Regions will come there with ideas that have been injected into them, to suppress every other point that will be raised by Anglophones.

“In a national dialogue, how can you be thinking of armed groups? I feel that they would have organised two dialogues, one that is specific for the Anglophone crisis and one that is national. The one on the Anglophone crisis should have limited participants to the two Anglophone regions.

“When they talk about involving the Diaspora, there is Anglophone Diaspora and Francophone Diaspora. They will swell the Francophone Diaspora and everything will be watered down. That is the way I see it. The country is not ready for a solution.”



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Etoudi: Paul Biya teaches the regime's tenors about the fall that is looming


Paul Biya is today a wise man. He knows very well that we can not kill thousands of Cameroonians in the 21st century without responding to justice. This is the message that the old (supposedly wise) president has been trying for months to pass to his entourage on the risk of arrests that always accompany badly negotiated regime falls. A warned man is worth two and the word, hello!

I strongly testify that President Paul Biya has known for a long time that it is impossible to kill thousands of citizens without reprisals and especially without having to report to justice. The most telling and most anticipated evidence was the withdrawal of his children from American universities for France, suggesting that they were attending ENAM.

Similarly, I say that Paul Biya has recently escaped a formal arrest in Geneva and knows that he will be arrested for far-fetched reasons if he is engaged in an imaginary altercation. All his travels abroad are now stamped with the seal of absolute anonymity.

Paul Biya has already educated members of his entourage about this situation with an emphasis on the fact that he is not the only concerned because all the members of the regime are in the line of fire. So naturally he could not go to Japan. The members of the regime will try to force him with a Bluff blow that cost the Cameroonian taxpayers dear, considering the important mobilization that was made in the false perspective of this trip (advanced mission of 50 people in Japan and rental of a plane with Japanese crew).

Since then, the presidency, which then reported on 23 August, that Paul Biya would take part in the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) in Yokohama, gave no justification for this visit. abortive and expensive, leaving room for speculation of all kinds.

In short, Paul Biya's message to those around him has passed. If you do not arrange the doglit that you have installed in the country, then you, who like so much to spend the money of the Cameroonians abroad, you will not be able anymore to leave this country. And the vice is tightening because all Cameroonians can appreciate the determination of the Diaspora and especially these lists that are regularly published and enumerate responsible people who must make throat.

Here are some great lists that have already crossed the media sphere as a forerunner:

1- List of 27 personalities of the regime the United States want to punish.

- Paul AtangaNji, Minister of Territorial Administration

- Joseph BetiAssomo, Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of Defense;

- Galax Yves Landry Etoga, Secretary of State for Defense in charge of the Gendarmerie SED)

- Martin MbargaNguele, General Delegate to the National Security (police chief)

- Jean de Dieu Momo, Minister Delegate to the Minister of State in charge of Justice

- Lieutenant -General Rene Claude Meka, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces;

- Major General Saly Mohamadou, Commander of the 2nd Joint Military Region

- Brigadier General Toungue Elias, Commander of the 2nd Gendarmerie Region;

- Brigadier General Jules César Essoh, Commander of the 5th Gendarmerie Region;

- Colonel Emile Joel Bamkoui, Head of the Division of Military Security at the Ministry of the

- Lieutenant-Colonel Jerome-Francis Nko'o Ella, Commander of Operation Jackal.

- Adolphe Lélé Lafrique, Governor of the Anglophone North West Region;

- Bernard Okalia Bilai, Governor of the Anglophone South West Region;

- Enow Abrams Egbe, President of the Electoral Council of Elections Cameroon (-ELECAM- electoral body in charge of the organization and supervision of elections in Cameroon);

- Eric Essousse, Director General of Elections Cameroon (-ELECAM- Electoral body in charge of the organization and supervision of elections in Cameroon)

- Clément Atangana, President of the Conseil Conseil Constitutionnel,

- Emile Essombe, Member of the Constitutional Council and President of the National Commission General Census of Votes of the presidential election of October 7, 2018

- Emmanuel Bonde, member of the Constitutional Council;

- Florence Rita Arrey, member of the Constitutional Council;

- Charles Etienne Lekene Donfack, member of the Constitutional Council;

- Joseph Marie Bipoum Woum, member of the Constitutional Council

- Paul Nchoji Nkwi, member of the Constitutional Council;

- Jean-Baptiste Baskouda, member of the Constitutional Council.

2- The list of 48 torturers (police, gendarmes and magistrates) in sight.

The list below is a melting pot of brains of torture, torturers and second-rate beneficiaries of torture.

- Martin MBARGA NGUELE General Delegate for National Security, Police.

- Yves Landry ETOGA GALAX Secretary of State for Defense in charge of the Gendarmerie, Diplomate.

- Leopold Maxime EKO EKO Director General of External Research, Police.

- General ELOKOBI Njock Daniel Central Director of the Coordination of the National Gendarmerie,

- Divisional Commissioner Jacques DILI Director of the Judicial Police, Police.

- Divisional Commissioner ESSOGO Raymond Regional Delegate of the National Security of the Littoral

- Divisional Commissioner PIGUI NGOSSO Eloi Gaëtan,

- Divisional Commissioner ONANA ATENGUENE Théophile Director of Information

- Colonel Joël Émilie BAMKOUI Commander of the Military Security, Gendarme.

- Commissioner NGOM PASSAM Christian Deputy Head of Studies, Coordination.

- Divisional Commissioner MEJABE JOHN ENONGUENE,

- Divisional Commissioner NDIE NGAH Jean-Marie Regional Delegate of National Security.

- Lieutenant-Colonel ERIC THADÉE ENGONO Government Commissioner at the Military Court.

- Lieutenant-Colonel MISSE MISSE NJONE Jacques Baudouin, Investigating Judge of the Military Court.

- Colonel ABEGA MBEZOA, Epse EKO EKO, President of the Yaoundé Military Court

- Divisional Commissioner HANDY Central Commissioner No.1, Yaoundé, Police.

- Lieutenant-Colonel MEM Michel Investigating Judge at the Yaounde Military Court, Magistrate.

- Édith Ondoua ATEBA, ambassador of Cameroon to Gabon.

- Lieutenant-Colonel MENGADA BELA Ignace Walter, Commander of the Gendarmerie Group.

- Squadron Leader BIALO Dieudonné Head of Service / Central Service for Forensic Research, Gendarme.

- Maréchal des Logis MENDO Thierry Central judicial research department at SED,

- Bodo Moise Guy Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- ASSAKO ABOO HERVÉ DIEUDONNÉ Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- OBONO Christian Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- Lieutenant ALO'O MBA Maxime Central judicial research service at SED, Gendarme.

- ABOMO Joséphine Noëlle Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- Marshal of Logis MENGONG Philemon Central judicial research department at the SED, Gendarme.

- MBANG MANGANG Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- NjoyaArmiahou Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- Baba Limane Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- Rodrigue BinedineIsmaela Central Service for judicial research at the SED, Gendarme.

- Lieutenant KAPYA Nana Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- TITA Jackson Central forensic investigation service at SED, Gendarme.

- Marshal of the Logis NYENTI DORIS EYONG Central Service of the judicial researches with the SED,

- FIONG Didier Christian Central Service of the judicial researches with the SED, Gendarme.

- Lieutenant-Colonel KAOLE ALEOKOL Raymond Central Service for Judicial Research at SED, Gendarme

- ENGOLO Central Service for Forensic Research at SED, Gendarme.

- MAC HOUSNI Central judicial research service at the SED,

- Gendarme. YANNICK NANG NANG Central judicial research service at the SED,

- Gendarme. BERNARD NDZANA Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- Warrant Officer EBODE LUC CYRILLE Central Judicial Research Service at the SED, Gendarme.

- PATRICK MBA Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- ISMAËLA ISMA Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.

- Thierry AbinaAhanda, commander of the Coastal Gendarmerie Legion in Douala.

- MEDJO FREDY ARMAND, Former Regisseur of Kondengui Prison, Prison Administrator

3- Complete list of current members of the Government

- Prime Minister, Head of Government, Mr. Joseph Dion Nguté.

- Minister of State, Minister of Tourism and Recreation, Mr. Bello BoubaMaïgari.

- Minister of State, Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Mr. Laurent Esso.

- Minister of State, Minister of Higher Education, Jacques FameNdongo

- Minister of State, Secretary General of the Presidency, Ferdinand NgohNgoh

- Minister Deputy Secretary General: Mr. Elung Paul Che

- Minister Assistant Secretary General: Mr. Mohamadou Moustapha

- Director Civil Cabinet, Mr. Samuel MvondoAyolo

- Deputy Director: Mr. Oswald Baboké

- Minister Delegate to the Presidency, in charge of Defense, Mr. Joseph BetiAssomo

- Minister Delegate to the Presidency, Relations with the Assemblies FrancoisWakataBolvine

- Minister delegate superior state control, Ms. Mbah Acha Fomundang Rose Gwari.

- Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of Public Procurement, Mr. Ibrahim Talba Malla.

- Minister of Territorial Administration, Mr. Paul AtangaNji.

- Minister of Social Affairs, Mrs Kendeck Pauline Irene born Nguene.

- Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Gabriel Mbairobe.

- Minister of Arts and Culture, Mr. BidoungKpwatt Ishmael.

- Minister of Commerce, Mr. MbargaAtangana Luc Magloire.

- Minister of Communication, Mr. René Emmanuel Sadi.

- Minister of Decentralization and Local Development, Georges ElangaObam

- Minister of Land Registry and Land Affairs, Mr. Henri EyebéAyissi.

- Minister of Water and Energy, Mr. Gaston ElondouEssomba.

- Minister of Economy, Planning and Development Mr. Alamine Ousmane Mey.

- Minister of Basic Education, Laurent Serge EtoundiNgoa.

- Minister of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries, Dr. Taiga.

- Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Mr. Issa Tchiroma Bakary.

- Minister of Secondary Education, Mrs. Pauline EgbeNalovaLyonga.

- Minister of the Environment, Sustainable Nature Conservation, Mr. Helé Pierre.

- Minister of Finance, Louis Paul Motaze.

- Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reform, Mr. Joseph Anderson LE.

- Minister of Forests and Wildlife, Mr. Jules Doret Ndongo.

- Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Ms. Celestine KetchaCourtès.

- Minister of Youth and Civic Education, Mr. Mounouna Foutsou.

- Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, Mr. Gabriel Dodo Ndonké

- Minister of SMEs, Social Economy and Crafts, Mr.AchilleBassilikin III.

- Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Ms. Minette Libong Li Likeng.

- Minister of the advancement of women and the family, Mrs. Abena Ondoa born Obama Marie-Thérèse.

- Minister of Scientific Research and Innovation, Ms. Tchuinte Madeleine.

- Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Lejeune MbellaMbella.

- Minister of Public Health, Mr. Manaouda Malachie

- Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Mr. Narcisse MouelleKombi

- Minister of Transport, Mr. NgalléBibehe Jean Ernest Masséna.

- Minister of Labor and Social Security, Mr. Owona Gregoire.

- Minister of Public Works, Mr NganouDjoumessi

The

Deputy Ministers - Minister Delegate to the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development in charge of Rural Development, Mr AnangaMessina born Beyene Clémentine A.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Environment, nature conservation and sustainable development, Dr. Nana AboubakarDjalloh.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of Planning, Planning and Planning, Mr. PaulTasong Choutang.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of Finance, Mr. Yaouba Abdoulaye.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Mr. Jean de Dieu Momo.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of External Relations for Cooperation with the Commonwealth, Felix Mbayu.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of External Relations in charge of Cooperation with the Islamic World, Mr. AdoumGargoum.

- Minister Delegate to the Minister of Transport, Mr. NjoyaZakariou

- Ministers in charge of Mission to the Presidency of the Republic

- Mr. Paul GhoghomuMingo, Mr. Benoit NdongSoumhet, Mr. Hamidou Moustapha, Mr. Mengot Victor ArreyNkongho, Mr. MbargaMboa Philippe.

The Secretaries of State

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Defense, in charge of the National Gendarmerie, Yves Landry Etoga.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Defense, in charge of veterans and victims of war, Mr. Koumpa Issa.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Basic Education, Mrs. Kilo Vivian Asheri.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Secondary Education, in charge of normal education, Mr. Bayola Boniface.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, Mrs. Koulsoumi Alhadj, ep. Boukar.

- Secretary of State to the - Minister of Housing and Urban Development, in charge of housing, Ms. Dibong born Biyong Marie Rose.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, in charge of prison administration, Mr. DoohJéromePenbaga.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, FuhCalistus Gentry.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Public Health in charge of the fight against epidemics and pandemics, Mr. Alim Hayatou.

- Secretary of State to the Minister of Public Works in charge of roads, Mr. Armand Ndjodom.

4- The list of threat distributors on the media platforms.

The main characteristic of this group lies in the fact that these members have no power and no power of action, but enjoy enough crumbs that the regime gives them to defend themselves in the media, with lies and nonsense:

- Essomba Bengono

- JDD Momo

- Banda Kani

- OwonaGuini

- Tatsinda

- Ernest Obama

- Sismondi Bidjocka

- Jean Jacques Nze

- Master Teguem

- Master Pensy

- Valerie Madengue,

- Claude Abate,

- Elie Zang-zang,

- Honore Ngomo, etc ...

- Mr Meka

- Samuel Moth

- Awoumou

- Anicet Ekane, Emmanuel Nkom

- Etc.

As you may have noticed, these lists sometimes seem not to contain the name of the main beneficiaries that can be located at the very top of the state and its main sponsor, France. To these lists it was necessary to join together all the members of this government who are in solidarity (as their mentor said) acts of the regime. In the same vein, this list will soon be accompanied by the list of judges who, by refusing to say the right for the Cameroonians, are really the main responsible for the complete decay of the Cameroonian society today.

Finally, by avoiding properly the trap of Japan, Paul Biya showed that he was an informed man. Some argue that he has drifted everyone but whatever we say, his message has arrived in the ears of those who take him hostage. A message that reminds that the risk of arrests of chaos officials in Cameroon are extremely high, especially abroad. A warned man is worth two and the word, hello!


Reporter: cameroonvoice.com

 

Five things to know about the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon


Cameroon experiences almost daily violence between soldiers and separatists in its two English-speaking regions, a legacy of the turbulent history of this former German colony, shared after the First World War between France and the United Kingdom.

Legacy of 14-18 

After the defeat of Germany in 1918, the League of Nations (SDN, ancestor of the UN), placed four fifths of the German Kamerun under French trusteeship, and the western part bordering Nigeria under British trusteeship .

The French side becomes independent in 1960. A year later, a part of Cameroon under British tutelage (the northern predominantly Muslim) opts for its attachment to Nigeria and the other part for its attachment to the French-speaking Cameroon, to form a Federal Republic to from 1 October 1961

English minority

Cameroon is largely francophone and comprises ten regions, two of which are predominantly English-speaking, the North-West (capital: Bamenda) and the South-West (capital: Buea). Anglophones represent about 14% of the country's 23 million inhabitants.

The authorities extol the reality of bilingualism. The country is a member of La Francophonie and the Commonwealth.Nevertheless, many Anglophones consider themselves marginalized, even victims of discrimination, and denounce an inequitable sharing of wealth.

Contested "unity" 

In the 1990s, English-speaking demands multiplied in favor of an independence referendum. In 2001, protests banned on the 40th anniversary of unification degenerated, with several dead and arrested separatist leaders.

The current tensions emerged in November 2016, with teachers lamenting the appointment of French speakers in English-speaking regions, or lawyers rejecting the supremacy of Roman law at the expense of the Anglo-Saxon "Common Law".

Most of the protest leaders demand a return to federalism and, for a minority, the creation of an independent state, the "Ambazonia".


Source: Africanews.com

Cameroonian man placed more than 2,000 ghost workers on civil service payroll, receiving 1.8bn FCFA monthly sentenced to 104 years imprisonment


Last week a Court in Cameroon sentenced Mr Emmanuel Leubou to 104 years imprisonment for having over 2,000 ghost workers on Cameroon's civil service payroll under his watch.

According to report, Mr Leubou was receiving 1.8bn FCFA, about US$3.6 million monthly for himself before he was apprehended.

The accused may likely be spending his entire life behind bars if the jury's verdict is not appealed.

Paul Biya's Speech: "Secessionists must accept dialogue" says Cardinal Christian Tumi


After the release of the President of the Republic last Tuesday on the Anglophone crisis which is in full swing in the North West and South West regions, the Archbishop Emeritus of Douala has welcomed the announcement made by the Head of State and calls on the armed groups to take part.

"I tell them to talk. They must agree to dialogue. Only dialogue can allow them to be listened to. Even the world wars ended with dialogue. In addition, we must also accept the truth, wherever it comes from. No one has the monopoly of the truth or what is good or not, "is the answer that Cardinal Christian Tumi gave to the newspaper Mutations on newsstands September 12, 2019 in relation to the message he had to pass. armed groups.

Asked if he is satisfied with the speech of the President of the Republic, he replied: "Overall, I am satisfied.. The group of religious leaders that we have made made several proposals contained in a 400-page document. Among the proposals in this document is a national meeting to solve the problems in the North West and South West regions.

Finally, the archbishop emeritus Douala is satisfied with the fact that the President of the Republic took 30 minutes to talk about the problem that shakes the two regions of North-West and South-West. "He spoke only about the Anglophone crisis, the English problem.. He spoke at length about this and I think he did not exclude anything. He did not exclude any hypothesis. It is now up to the Prime Minister to organize this great national debate. And I would not like to be in his place.


Wilfried ONDOA

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Paul Biya's Speech: I'm unhappy, Me Alice Nkom

"I have a lot of doubts about the sincerity of Paul Biya "I am very very very unhappy. It's wasted time. The president must not play with the nerves and suffering of Cameroonians " Me Alice Nkom


The lawyer emeritus accuses the Cameroonian head of state for not showing humility, for not recognizing his mistakes or mistakes.

Ms. Alice Nkom did not like the speech delivered to the Cameroonian nation by President Paul Biya on September 10, 2019. The well-known lawyer expressed her opinion on ABK Radio on the morning of September 11, 2019. "Alas ... the speech the president did not meet my expectations. It was a speech too mechanical. It lacked naturalness and love, "she said, adding that she did not understand that Paul Biya was silent on the issue of detainees in the case of Maurice Kamto. It disapproves of its allusion to the nationalities of opponents of Cameroonian origin living abroad. "He said that the people of the BAS no longer have Cameroonian nationality. Who took it away? Him. The head of state was not at all unifying in his speech. It leaves a bitter taste of something we have missed again, "she says.

Alice Nkom believes that the attitude of Paul Biya Tuesday night "does not reassure". She believes that under these conditions Cameroonians will not be able to agree. "When he talks about peace he goes far out there saying he's going to go begging. But we told him: "peace is here". There are little things like that that make me have a lot of doubts about his sincerity first. And if he is not sincere about the results we are promised as lasting peace and reconciliation. It is not possible ! Trust did not come first until we continue, we start walking together again. "

Alice Nkom accuses the President of the Republic of not recognizing, that he was able to make unfortunate decisions. She argues that the law gives her the right and power to stop the same lawsuits already started against anyone like the political prisoners now detained. She would have liked that for that he uses these possibilities in the current context. "I am very very very unhappy. It's wasted time. The president must not play with the nerves and suffering of Cameroonians. He must not! "She said before dictating to her the conduct to adopt:" he must do everything including bending, he, the servant of this people, in two to ask forgiveness and say: "I really saw. We walked together for 37 years. I know that today, at the end, you are suffering. You are unhappy. I did not always do everything I thought I could do. Now, come back. I understood, I heard a lot of things. He thinks that if he says that it will belittle him? He will touch hearts and we will reach out to him or take the hand he gives us. But that hand, it still has blood dripping.


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Thursday, September 12, 2019

National Dialogue: This Is Our Best Opportunity As Anglophones – Nick Ngwanyam


Nick Ngwanyam, Member of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement, CPDM, has said the convening by President Paul Biya of the Major National Dialogue is the best opportunity for Anglophones.

Although Dr. Nick Ngwanyam has his reservations, he insists that this opportunity must not slip through the hands of Anglophones.

"We need to make the best of the half-baked cake. Even God did not 'finish creating everything. We continue the art of creation with our talents. That is what the President wants us to do. It is a combined effort which is participatory. It is about being intelligent and wise and not reacting emotionally," said the medical doctor cum entrepreneur and politician.

Nick Ngwanyam fears that the only obstacle in the wheels may be thrown by Anglophones and Francophones who only think with their stomachs and not with their heads.

"This is the time for serious business and we do not need more 'republican republican' stuff anymore. The Anglophone leader thinks what is good True and Just should prevail for the sake of Common Good at this technical moment, and the public should guard against some Cameroonian praise singers who like throwing spanners in the spokes of every wheel. They should just back off with their 'hungry' attitudes and give peace a chance,” said Ngwanyam.

This category, he thinks, represent the greatest danger and they have been responsible for making a bad situation worse because they tell lies and live a lie.

Dr Ngwanyam prays that the Prime Minister, Head of Government Chief Dion Ngute Joseph will be courageous and truthful, acting in love and deliver the Anglophone from the chains of bondage and marginalization.

Hear Ngwanyam: "He should create the stage for a better Cameroon. He should realise that many ministers and CPDM barons hanging around him and the President are poisonous snakes who will like to make him fail to give the impression they could have been better Prime Ministers. The waters have been parted and he has the baton of command to make or mar.

“If he had never really prayed nor gone on his knees to ask for wisdom and understanding in humility, then this is the Time. The awaited bridegroom has entered the hall.

“Let us put on our Thinking Caps and demonstrate that Love, Truth, Faith, Reason, Justice, respect and Merit along with humility are no match for arrogance, violence, anger and hate and remember that the Kingdom of God shall and must prevail over the Kingdom of DARKNESS always.”

Nick Ngwanyam insists that Anglophones must give a listening ear to Christian Cardinal Tumi who has been working towards a resolution of the crisis through the Anglophone General Conference.

Dr. Ngwanyam who failed to get through into the first legislature of the Senate in 2013 believes that a confederation will go a long way to heal the wounds caused by years of marginalisation.


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Samuel Eto'o: what I would like to do is resume my studies to better manage my business tomorrow" Eto'o reveals future plans


The former captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, who has just ended his international career, also dreams of being the first African coach to lead a large European selection.

Football star Samuel Eto'o Fils has no intention of turning his thumb after announcing the end of his international career. " I have no plans to become CAF president today or tomorrow. I have no plans to become FIFA President today or tomorrow. At the exit of the stadiums, what I would like to do is resume my studies to better manage my business tomorrow, "said the quadruple African Ballon d'Or in an interview with our colleagues at BBC Africa on September 11, 2019.

After a career as an outstanding player, the former captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon wants to embrace a coaching career. And his biggest dream is to become the first coach to lead a large European team.

" I think I won a lot in the stadiums and it would be my job to pass on all that experience. And, I tried for a few months the role of coach, I can play a team. My dream would be to be the first African coach to coach a great European team. Just because we are used to taking our foreign brothers, but our foreign brothers never take us to lead their teams or their Nations. So, it's the little boy's dream that I have. And that's what I would like to do,  "he added.

As a reminder, it was on his Instagram account that the 38-year-old announced on September 6, 2019, that he was putting an end to his rich football career.


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'Paul Biya will flee to Equatorial Guinea'


Written by Journalist BORIS BERTOLT

I told you during the day that nothing was to be expected from Paul Biya's speech. It is the baker of Yaounde. His speech was addressed to the international community to save time and avoid the activation of international sanctions mechanisms. The general assembly of the Nations is in a few days. Because, I can tell you today that the international sanctions against Paul Biya, the members of his family and his clan are at hand and they know it. His speech has been prepared since August 2019. However, there are several uninteresting points.

ON FORM

From a symbolic point of view, the mere fact that Paul Biya intervenes on an ordinary day, apart from the traditional dates when he is used to addressing the nation, is proof that he is in trouble. It seeks to consolidate its base, to rally some support and slow down the pressure that is growing. We do not negotiate when we are in a position of strength. The one who calls for a negotiation is one who knows he is losing ground. When you see those people yesterday who were clamoring on all the roofs that the anglophones will be exterminated, that we are not negotiating with the terrorists, calling for dialogue is the proof that they are cornered. Even if they themselves do not believe in this dialogue because the baker of Yaoundé can not organize anything he does not control, the mere fact of evoking it is a victory for all the forces of resistance. WE ARE WINNING.

ON THE BACKGROUND

There is nothing to say on the merits because its message is completely out of step with the situation on the ground. He tries a new cunning. Pretend to organize an inclusive dialogue by keeping in detention the leaders of Ambazonia. It's ridiculous. However, Ambazonians have hammered for months that there is no opportunity to discuss with Paul Biya without the release of all English-speaking detainees. The baker of Yaoundé will therefore conduct a dialogue of the deaf.It will bring together a few personalities from the English and French speaking communities to speak and everyone will leave with a few million CFA francs.Nothing positive can come out of this initiative. To listen to Mr. Biya, it is obvious that he has no control of the reality of the field in the English-speaking area. Moreover, his statement is very vague: no statistics, no illustrations on the figures of the economic recovery, no reference. It was smoke. It's clear, the baker wants to save time. But, the baker is afraid of a construction of the Franco-Amba alliance. Hence his reference to the Diaspora many times and his appeal to friendly countries. He knows perfectly well that armed struggle is an option that hangs over his head. Which brings me to the third point.

ON THE POLITICAL CRISIS

The amba-franco alliance is only possible if the supporters of Maurice Kamto decide to support the anglophones. A diagram that can not be excluded anymore.Because a sociological analysis of diaspora events and speeches clearly allows us to read a convergence of point of view in progress. But Biya knows that his real threat is Maurice Kamto. That's why he does not talk about the political crisis. For he has every interest in giving the impression that his power is not disputed. Which is wrong. Because he faces two threats, that of Anglophones who have already taken up arms and that of Maurice Kamto who can at any time become radicalized, he prefers first to attack the Anglophone problem to isolate Maurice Kamto and his supporters. But what binds Anglophones and Maurice Kamto is the challenge of the governance of Biya and its power. They ask for his departure. Divide and rule. He can not release Ayuk Tabe and company without releasing Maurice Kamto. And vice versa.But there is no dialogue possible without Ayuk Tabe, the leader of the ambazonie and Maurice Kamto the leader of the resistance in the French-speaking zone.One must have a very low intellectual coefficient to think that such a scheme is possible.

ON THE CASE OF MAURICE KAMTO

If baker Biya tries to isolate Maurice Kamto, it's because he knows that this is the real threat to his power. Since 1992, no political leader had challenged the legitimacy of Paul Biya. Maurice Kamto did it and deported him internationally. It is very embarrassing for a regime that has always presented itself as democratic and stable. In fact Maurice Kamto broke the image of "good grandpa" that Paul Biya had internationally. He laid bare the dictatorship internationally. Paul Biya is not only seen as a dictator but as a genocidaire.

Stand still. Admittedly, anglophones started the fight in 2016. Despite the speeches and condemnation the pressure had not reached a critical stage. It must be acknowledged that it was after the arrest of Maurice Kamto that the entire diplomatic machine at the international level started. At first, all the international media have set their course. The tone officially went up in the United States where Paul Biya's departure was raised.France, historical partner of the regime that is gradually raising the tone. For the first time, the parliament of the European Union adopted a strong resolution against Cameroon. Follow-up of the American Senate which gives the possibility to the American president to act. There is the Swiss who expels Paul Biya from the Intercontinental Hotel in front of everyone.Paul Biya is unable to travel to Japan to discuss with other African heads of state while he is expected. Last but not least, he can no longer go abroad to heal without being tracked down. He is a humiliated man.

Paul Biya became a lonely man. Isolated on a continental and international scale.Who runs a country on the verge of economic collapse and whose army commits genocide in the English-speaking zone. The baker knows that the problem of Cameroon is him and that Maurice Kamto is in the short list of his successors. But Maurice Kamto is not ready to wait until he dies in power. By the way, October 8, 2018 he clearly asked him to leave. Paul Biya still wants time and tries a last pass in his cunning: dialogue with him even to make the whites believe that he understood. But he did not understand anything and plays the clock.Maurice Kamto smiles and laughs.Because nothing is finished until it's over.Paul Biya will live his fall under his eyes and will flee to Equatorial Guinea. The resistance did not start.


Journalist: BORIS BERTOLT

National dialogue: Father Ludic Lado does not believe in Paul Biya, says National dialogue will only be a big distraction

The Jesuit priest believes that nothing good can be predicted if the "great national dialogue" just announced by President Biya is led by the ruling party, CPDM. 


Paul Biya, in his highly anticipated speech to the nation yesterday, announced at the end of this month of September a "great national dialogue" on the deadly crisis in the northwestern and southwestern regions of Cameroon.

"I have decided to convene, at the end of the current month, a major national dialogue that will enable us to examine ways and means to respond to the profound aspirations of the North West and South West populations. West, but also of all the other components of our Nation, "said the head of state in the 29th minute of his address, broadcast on the radio and national television.

This dialogue will be done, however, without the leaders of the separatist movement who have just been sentenced for life by Cameroonian justice.

The mountain that could give birth to a mouse.

Father Ludovic Lado argues that a large national dialogue led by the CPDM will only be a big distraction ". Same story for Alice Nkom, lawyer at the Cameroon Bar and human rights activist. "I did not understand that he could be silent about all the detainees," she said.

President Biya said the dialogue will be chaired by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Nguté, and will bring together the different social components, including representatives of the defense and security forces, as well as those of the armed groups. "The Prime Minister will hold wide consultations and delegations (will) in the coming days to meet the diaspora," he said.

An announcement hailed by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. He, through his spokesman, Stéphane Dujarric, "encourages the Cameroonian government to ensure that the process is inclusive and responds to the challenges facing the country.


Source: 237actu.com

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Paul Biya responds to Maurice Kamto's Allegation: “I was chosen by the People of Cameroon”


In an impromptu state of the nation’s address, Tuesday, September 10, 2019 which centred on thr Anglophone crisis, President Paul Biya in a subtle manner disagreed with militants of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) Party and their leader Professor Maurice Kamto. CRM party members and allies have accused the head of state, of conniving with the constitutional council to ‘rig’ 2018 presidential elections results in favour of Mr Biya.

86-years old Paul Biya reminded his opponents that he was the choice of the people. “With the massive support you gave me during the last presidential election, I intend to work relentlessly with all sons and daughters of the country towards meeting the challenges we are facing in order to improve the welfare of our people especially in terms of infrastructure, water, electricity supply, healthcare delivery and youth employment,” he said.

By this statement, President Paul Biya was telling Cameroonians and the world, his victory was legitimate despite the post electoral protests which led to the arrest and jailing of hundreds of opposition leaders and supporters across the country, January 2019.

President Paul Biya in his thirty minutes speech failed to comment on the plight of over two hundred detained militants of the CRM, including party leader, Pro. Maurice Kamto. To some pundits, this has contradicted Biya’s call for a national dialogue aimed ar examining all problems affecting Cameroon and Cameroonians.


Mimi Mefo Info.


Presidential Speech: Paul Biya still marginalized English speakers on Tuesday


President Paul Biya, who reviewed each of his 86 years, delivered a rare televised address to the nation on Tuesday night - and the first thing many observers noticed was that he only spoke in French, in front of a divided nation since October 2016 about grievances written in English.Francophone regions.

The Anglophone crisis in Cameroon was at the heart of Biya's 30-minute speech.What had been at the origin of the peaceful demonstrations organized by lawyers and teachers calling for equality - and crushed by the Biya government - has transformed, in some parts of the country, a violent secessionist movement.

Now Biya is calling for unity and has proposed a national dialogue to move the country forward. At the same time, he said those who opt for violence "will face" the security forces.

"We must all work for a fruitful dialogue," said Biya, adding that the country's prime minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, would lead the proposed dialogue that will begin at the end of the month.

Ngute said in June that the Cameroonian government wanted to negotiate with the armed groups, but that the secession demands from the English-speaking regions of the north-west and south-west of the country to establish a separate nation, Ambazonia, are not about. Table.

The Cameroonian crisis has attracted international attention with the banning of the Anglophone movement, the arrest and trial of prominent leaders, the many casualties and allegations of human rights violations by government security forces and opposition groups armed.

According to a report published in May by Crisis Group, the conflict claimed the lives of 1,850 people and left more than half a million people displaced.


Source: Cameroonintelligentreport.com

National dialogue: violent reaction of Mamadou Mota


Sentenced to two years in the riots case in the civil prison of Yaoundé, the first vice-president of the MRC did not pray before reacting to the speech delivered by the President of the Republic Paul Biya.

In a tribune titled "We are not sheep", the leader of the militants and sympathizers of the party of the Prof. Maurice Kamto in the northern part of the country qualifies the message of the "old Lion" "of smoking of the people by a president completely but then cynically disconnected from the realities of his country and his people ".

Mamadou Mota believes that through this message, Paul Biya showed the world that he "manipulates justice".

Below, the full reaction of Mamadou Mota

Yesterday's speech is nothing more than the smoking of the people by a president who is completely but cynically disconnected from the realities of his country and his people.

Paul Biya showed the people of the world yesterday that he is sleeping, the one who manipulates justice. "I have instructed the justice of the release of 209 people"

He showed that he has no desire to dialogue: but then who to talk to?However he still sends the PM to eat the hearty meal at Fru NDI. So who will Dion talk to?

Biya wants to imprison all the diaspora.He can not threaten and ask them to come and talk.

Paul biya threatened yesterday he did not throw the first fruits of a sincere dialogue.

He recalled his efforts but, honestly, what efforts have yielded what results? I was expecting a quantified report from the Musongue Commission, a verifiable number of English-speaking magistrates working in our various courts. The number of schools open in the NoSo.

Paul Biya should know that the blood has flowed enough and for a sincere dialogue, there is no constitutional taboo, all topics must be on the table.

Young people die in the NoSo, if nothing is done in 3 years we will have more young people in Cameroon because the Republican army is making mistakes.

By recalling the regional balance, Paul Biya exposes the very tribal aspect of his mode of government. The regional balance is a shame and insult the intelligence of the Cameroonian people.

Paul Biya I call for your resignation, that of your government and all those elitist structures that kill Cameroon.


Source: camerounweb.com

National Dialogue: Paul Biya sealed the door to federalism


In his speech on September 10, 2019, the Head of State listed the topics to be discussed during the national dialogue scheduled for the end of September 2019.

Three years after the serious socio-political crisis that is shaking the northern regions -West and Southwest, President Paul Biya held this September 10, 2019, a speech exclusively devoted to the situation in these two regions.

He finally announced the holding of a national dialogue at the end of this month of September 2019. A consultation that will seek to find definitive solutions to this crisis that has already left more than 2000 dead, according to International Organizations and civil society Cameroonian.

According to Paul Biya, "this great national dialogue will allow us, within the framework of our Constitution, to examine the ways and means to respond to the deep aspirations of the North West and South West populations, but also of all the others. components of our Nation".

It will also focus on themes likely to provide answers to the concerns of the North West and South West populations, as well as those of other regions of our country: "bilingualism, cultural diversity and cohesion the reconstruction and development of conflict-affected areas, the return of refugees and displaced persons, the education and judicial system, decentralization and local development, the demobilization and reintegration of ex-combatants, the role of diaspora in the development of the country, etc., "he said.

If we stick to this issue of the Head of State, it will not matter to talk about federalism during this consultation. And yet, religious leaders such as Cardinal Christian Tumi, political actors and civil society were in favor of a debate on the form of the state and particularly a return to federalism.

In his first-ever tour of the North West and South West regions in May 2019, Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute had indicated that the President was ready to "discuss all subjects except the linked to the secession of the country.

But a few days later, in an interview with France 24, the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, had argued that "the form of the state was non-negotiable". Everything suggests that it is the option of "effective decentralization" that is preferred.


Source: Cameroon-info.net

National Dialogue "Mr. Biya is the man of big announcements and small achievements. So, we wait to see what is contained in this announcement" Joshua Osih


The opponent remains cautious after the announcement of a national dialogue on the Anglophone crisis.

The reaction of the deputy and first vice president of the SDF, Joshua Osih is measured after the announcement by Paul Biya of a large national dialogue on the crisis in the English-speaking area.

He said at first relieved that the Head of State has become aware of the seriousness of a crisis that has already claimed thousands of victims and significant material and economic damage.

"It has been several years since 24 million Cameroonians came to the conclusion that we could not continue like this; it has been several years since Cameroonians called for this dialogue. Finally the President woke up, it is already that, " comments the former presidential candidate.

In the following, Joshua Osih is cautious about the content of the announced dialogue. "Mr. Biya, he is the man of big announcements and small achievements. So we are waiting to see what is contained in this dialogue announcement he is talking about, " said the parliamentarian.

Paul Biya indicated that the dialogue will revolve around " themes likely to provide answers to the concerns of the populations of the North-West and South-West, as well as those of other regions of our country: bilingualism, cultural diversity and social cohesion, the reconstruction and development of conflict-affected areas, the return of refugees and displaced persons, the education and justice system, decentralization and local development, the demobilization and reintegration of ex-combatants; combatants, the role of the diaspora in the development of the country, etc., " he said, stressing that this will be done under the Constitution of Cameroon.

Which makes some analysts say that the President of the Republic has closed the door to any debate related to the form of the state.

Fred BIHINA


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Cameroon: Presidential pardon for Anglophone detainees imminent!


The Head of State, President Paul Biya has hinted that in the course of the “major national dialogue” to resolve the crisis bedeviling Cameroon’s North West and South West Regions, the possibility of pardon may be considered, under certain conditions.

This was contained in a 30 minutes message to the nation aired Tuesday, September 10, 2019 on nation radio and television and on social media platforms.

Hear Biya: “Admittedly, however, in the context of a dialogue, a peace process or national reconciliation, the possibility of pardon may be considered, under certain conditions.

“It is equally true that in accordance with our Constitution, the Head of State is empowered to exercise the right of pardon.

“It was, moreover, on the strength of this authority that I made a peace offer to members of armed groups during my recent swearing-in ceremony.

“I wish to solemnly reiterate this offer today.  Those who voluntarily lay down their arms and place themselves at the disposal of the Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) Centres have nothing to fear. Their fellow armed group members who are already there can testify to this. Conversely, those who persist in committing criminal acts and violating the laws of the Republic will have to contend with our Defence and Security Forces and will face the full force of those same laws.

“The same applies to promoters of hate and violence who, comfortably settled in foreign countries with impunity, continue to incite murder and destruction. Let them know that sooner or later they will have to face justice.

“I am appealing to the countries sheltering these extremists to take action against these criminals if they really care about the situation of the people of the North-West and South-West Regions.

“Most of them no longer have Cameroonian nationality, but they spend their time raising funds to carry out terrorist acts in Cameroon, masterminding acts of arson, kidnappings and murder, and issuing calls aimed at preventing children from attending school and fellow citizens from going about their business peacefully.”

Mancho Bibixy Tse, Penn Terence, Julius Ayuk Tabe, Cornelius Kwanga, Dr Egbe Orock, Barrister Eyambe Ebai, Dr. Fidelis Nde Che, Dr. Kimeng Henry, Dr. Nfor Ngala Nfor, Prof. Augustine Awasum, Barrister Shufai Blaise and Tassang Wilfred as well as other Anglophones standing trial against the People of Cameroon on charges of secession, terrorism, hostility against the state of Cameroon, revolution and the non-possession of their identity cards among other charges could be granted pardon should the dialogue yield fruits.

Call for the respect of rule of law

“The propaganda of secessionists has tried to present the recent court decisions taken against a number of our compatriots in the context of this crisis as an obstacle to the dialogue envisaged.

“That is not the case. I also wish to use this opportunity to stress that respect for the rule of law and the fight against impunity are pillars in the consolidation of a State ruled by law to which we all aspire. Violating the rule of law and granting impunity to some citizens is paving the way for anarchy.

“It is therefore crucial, at this stage, to dispel rumours that one can quietly loot, rape, burn, kidnap, maim, murder, in the hope that a possible dialogue will erase all these crimes and provide impunity to their perpetrators.

“As shown by the experience of many countries in the world, such way of thinking will only encourage the perpetuation of violence in the crisis regions and even encourage it in crisis-free regions.

“We should all work towards a successful dialogue”

The entire national community has high expectations for the dialogue I have just announced and hopes that this will be an opportunity for our brothers and sisters in the North-West and South-West to close this particularly painful chapter, to forget their suffering and to return to normal life.

It also hopes that our country will continue resolutely on the path of progress, through fruitful discussions on ways and means of creating conditions conducive to the optimal exploitation of natural resources and our country's enormous human potential. Therefore, we should all work towards a successful dialogue.

“Over the years, we have used our linguistic and cultural diversity, the talent of our sons and daughters, and our commendable efforts and sacrifices to build a solid country and a strong Nation. Together we have met many challenges and won uncountable victories. We have proven that united there is no difficulty we cannot overcome and no obstacle we cannot cross. We proved it yesterday. We will prove it again today and tomorrow. The future of our compatriots in the North-West and South-West Regions lies within our Republic.”


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Anglophone Crisis: Cardinal Tumi Satisfied With President Biya’s Message To The Nation


Christian Wiyghan Tumi, Cardinal Priest of the Roman Catholic Church and Archbishop Emeritus of Douala has said he is satisfied with President Paul Biya’s September 10, 2019 message to the nation.

The lead convener of the Anglophone General Conference, AGC, said the convening of the Major National Dialogue to resolve the ongoing sociopolitical crisis in Cameroon’s North West and South West Regions is satisfying.

He said the Head of State would have said nothing if he did not talk of dialogue to end the crisis in the troubled Anglophone regions.

“I am quite satisfied with his speech,” said the 88-year-old prelate in a reaction on state television shortly after the president’s televised address to the nation.

On whether they will go to dialogue without the release of some persons detained in connection with the deepening crisis, Cardinal Tumi said he does not remember that anyone had asked for the release of detainees as a precondition for dialogue.

To the outspoken clergyman, those who are legally found guilty by the law should answer for their actions.

“I don’t know whether anybody gave that as a condition. If someone is legally proven to be a criminal, then he answers for it,” said the Cardinal.

In his 30-minute message to the nation, the Head of State, President Paul Biya hinted that in the course of the “major national dialogue” to resolve the crisis bedeviling Cameroon’s North West and South West Regions, the possibility of pardon may be considered, under certain conditions.

Hear Biya: “Admittedly, however, in the context of a dialogue, a peace process or national reconciliation, the possibility of pardon may be considered, under certain conditions.”

Cardinal Tumi said his expectations are positive and hopes that those who are around the Prime Minister will do everything possible to make sure that the upcoming Major National Dialogue takes place and is seriously prepared for.

His words: “We should all prepare for it. The group I am leading will send some of her findings to the Prime Minister already. We will see what powers the meeting will have as far as the implementation of the resolutions are concerned. I hope that what happened to the 1996 constitution will not happen this time. Let us hope so.”


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National dialogue: Maurice Kamto excluded


The speech of the Head of State to the Nation has confirmed that Paul Biya remains firm and will not give in to blackmail.

The exit of the President of the Republic was eagerly awaited, especially concerning the release of "political prisoners".

Some expected that the head of state in his speech announces the end of the lawsuits against certain prisoners with the aim of the establishment of the national dialogue. All of them, therefore, remained thirsty. The Head of State remained constant and lucid.

No to the reign of impunity

"I would like to take the opportunity to point out that respect for the rule of law and the fight against impunity are the pillars of the consolidation of the rule of law, which we all aspire to. Throwing the rule of law underfoot and ensuring impunity for certain citizens would lead to preparing the bed of anarchy, "clarified Paul Biya. That is to say, all those who attack the interests of the Nation must make throat.

The firm tone of the Head of State to the enemies of peace.

"It is therefore fundamental, at this stage, to dispel the rumors that we can quietly loot, rape, burn, kidnap, mutilate, murder, in the hope that a possible dialogue will erase all these crimes and ensure impunity for their perpetrators.

This is one of the major statements of the President of the Republic during his 30-minute speech. Obviously, Maurice Kamto et Cie and Ayuk Tabé will not be at the table by the end of this month. They are excluded offices according to the clarifications of the President of the Republic.

Paul Biya will not yield to the blackmail and the pressure of anyone

The Head of State, true to his tradition, has once again foiled the forecasts. With a firm hand, he warns Cameroonians who dare to challenge the texts and regulations.

"Such a way of thinking can only encourage the perpetuation of violence in regions in crisis and even provoke it in regions where there are none, as the experience of several countries shows. in the world>>.

Possibilities of a pardon?

In his position as patriarch and sage, Paul Biya sets the cape of forgiveness vis-à-vis those who have defied the best interests of the nation.

"It is true, however, that in the context of a dialogue, a peace process or national reconciliation, the possibility of forgiveness can be envisaged, under certain conditions".

"It is equally true that under our Constitution, the Head of State is entitled to use a right of grace."

This means that President Paul Biya holds the rudder firmly and remains at the boat maneuver Cameroon. One and the other have only to recover themselves. The extended hand of the Head of State is that of a wise father facing his children.


Source: actucameroun.com

Ambazonia: these are the conditions of Biya to pardon Ayuk Tabé and Co.


The Head of State, President Paul Biya has suggested that as part of the "grand national dialogue" to resolve the crisis in the north-west and south-west regions of Cameroon, the possibility of a pardon can to be considered, under certain conditions.

This announcement was contained in a 30-minute nationwide message broadcast on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 on national radio and television and on social media platforms.

"Certainly, however, in the context of a dialogue, a peace process or national reconciliation, the possibility of a pardon can be considered, under certain conditions.

It is also true that, in accordance with our Constitution, the Head of State is entitled to exercise the right of pardon. It is also on the basis of this authority that I made an offer of peace to the members of the armed groups during my recent swearing.

I wish to solemnly reiterate this offer today. Those who voluntarily lay down their arms and put themselves at the disposal of the Centers for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (DDR) have nothing to fear. Other members of armed groups who are already there can testify. Conversely, those who persist in committing criminal acts and violating the laws of the Republic will have to face our defense and security forces and face the full force of these same laws.

The same is true for the advocates of hatred and violence who, comfortably living in foreign countries with impunity, continue to incite murder and destruction. Tell them that sooner or later they will face justice.

I call on the countries that shelter these extremists to take action against these criminals if they really care about the situation of the people in the North West and South West regions.

Most of them are no longer Cameroonian citizens, but they spend their time raising money to carry out terrorist acts in Cameroon, to organize arson, kidnappings and murders and to launch appeals to prevent children to go to school and their fellow citizens to conduct their activities in peace, "said Paul Biya during his speech.

Mancho Bibixy Tse, Penn Terence, Julius Ayuk Tabe, Cornelius Kwanga, Dr. Egbe Orock, Barrister Eyambe Ebai, Dr. Fidelis Nde Che, Dr. Kimeng Henry, Dr. Nfor Ngala Nfor, Prof. Augustine Awasum, the lawyer Shufai Blaise and Tassang Wilfred as well as other Anglophones tried against the Cameroonian people for secession, terrorism, hostility against the Cameroonian State, revolution and non-possession of their identity card could be forgiven if the dialogue is paying off.

Call for respect for the rule of law

"The propaganda of the secessionists has tried to present the recent judicial decisions taken against a number of our compatriots in the context of this crisis as an obstacle to the dialogue envisaged.

This is not the case. I would also like to take this opportunity to stress that respect for the rule of law and the fight against impunity are pillars in the consolidation of the rule of law that we all aspire to. To violate the rule of law and grant impunity to certain citizens is to open the way to anarchy.

It is therefore crucial, at this stage, to dispel rumors that one can loot, rape, burn, kidnap, maim, murder, in the hope that a possible dialogue will erase all these crimes and ensure impunity for their perpetrators..

As the experience of many countries around the world shows, such thinking will only encourage the perpetuation of violence in regions in crisis and even encourage it in regions without crisis.

"We should all work for a successful dialogue"

The entire national community expects a lot from the dialogue I have just announced and hopes that it will be an opportunity for our brothers and sisters in the North West and South West to close this particularly painful chapter, to forget their suffering and to to find a normal life.

It also hopes that our country will continue resolutely on the path of progress, through fruitful discussions on how to create the conditions conducive to the optimal exploitation of natural resources and the enormous human potential of our country. That is why we must all work for a successful dialogue.

Over the years, we have used our linguistic and cultural diversity, the talent of our sons and daughters, and our commendable efforts and sacrifices to build a strong country and a strong nation. Together, we have faced many challenges and won countless victories.We have proved that there is no difficulty that we can not overcome and no obstacle that we can not overcome. We proved it yesterday. We will prove it again today and tomorrow. The future of our compatriots in the North West and South West regions is in our Republic. "


Source: camerounweb.com