Friday, 25 August 2017

Cardinal Christian Tumi Breaks The Silence and Makes SHOCKING Revelations

According to his Eminence, Cardinal Christian Tumi, there has never been a reunification. The Cardinal also tells us that nothing can change in Cameroon with the current government.

There has never been a marriage between anglophone Cameroon and Anglophone Cameroon. “They live in cohabitation.” It is with this irony that Cardinal Christian Tumi sums up what happened in July 1961 in Foumban. His Eminence granted an interview to the NGO a future world and the voice of the koat this morning on Monday 21 August 2017, in his residence. The social crises and the political situation of Cameroon were on the trade menu. The man who is ordained bishop in 1980 says: “They have not signed anything to Foumban.”

Prime Minister John Ngu Lisa (who was a Catholic teacher before) did not have the power to negotiate, because Cameroon was under the tutelage of France and England. As the French supported Ahidjo, they were at the conference. It was England and the United Nations that had to validate the act. But these two were not present. There has never been a document on what happened in Foumban. “People went to drink wine.”
Cardinal Christian Tumi Breaks The Silence and Makes SHOCKING Revelations
Don’t think the Cardinal is against reunification. He simply notes that with federalism, “Cameroon was well managed, development was the basis.” There was a prime minister in every part of the country. Paul Biya had signed a text on federalism which stipulated that the governors should be elected, he should have ten federated States. Paul Biya had then promised decentralization. It must have been good. But I have the impression that he was asleep when he signed the document and woke up after doing so, since he did not implement anything. The problem is that you do not want to share power.

This concentration of power at the central level is at the root of the crisis in the English-speaking areas. If the opinion is divided on the existence of a problem, its eminence storm: “There is an English problem.” The problems are physically the same throughout the country, but there is nuance. English-speaking Cameroon was already considered a country. He managed himself with his administration, a prime minister. If decentralization had been established, there would be no problem, it would have avoided the problems to come in other parts of the country.

The Impossible alternation

To resolve the Anglophone crisis, the head of state Paul Biya created the Commission for the promotion of bilingualism and multiculturalism – chaired by Peter Mafany Musongue-. Except that, “the Cameroonians did not wait for the slogans on integration, bilingualism …, to integrate.” How many Cameroonians are bilingual? How many people from different tribes get married? So we didn’t need that.

We were not expecting this Commission. I don’t even know what it is for. Paul Biya knows what to do to solve this problem. Before when he went to Bamenda, he uttered all his speeches in English. Today he pretends not to know how to speak English. It should not send officials on a mission to the Anglophone side because all the people in this government are grilled. And when some people come, they dare to speak French, which in addition to the population.

The population calls for federalism, but to deceive people, the government with Laurent Esso talks about secessionism. That said, between the claims and the vandalism, there is a difference. This is why Christian Tumi deplores the acts of some who have burned the flag of Cameroon. “One can forgive the person, it is passion but it is unacceptable.” All violence is unacceptable. We cut off the hand of a girl who was going to compose. No reason can allow that. They can be forgiven, but this is not criminally punished.

In the Face of multiple crises, what way out to Cameroon? From the top of his 87 years, despite “my faith”, the Cardinal sees no tomorrow in pink for Cameroon. “As long as the current party is there, I hope nothing.” We need to love Cameroon. If the elections were transparent, we could hope for a change. I do not see how it can be alternating in Cameroon.

The political parties of the opposition, even if they put together, they need the means. “The prefects, prefects, governors … are all of the ruling party, even though not all of them are heart activists.” At the time of federalism, he recalled, it was forbidden for any official to militate in a political party. It’s the opposite today. “Public servants use the tools, the state cars to do activism.” Young people who should stimulate change are discouraged. Everyone wants to leave.

I have come to the conclusion that instead of a civil war I prefer the current situation. In times of war, the innocent are the ones who suffer, the Cardinal regrets. He still testifies to his support for those who work for the construction of a better Cameroon. It has thus affirmed all its availability to the NGO a future world. Cardinal Christian Tumi Breaks The Silence and Makes SHOCKING Revelations.

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