Tuesday, 12 September 2017

CPDM Francophone Call On President Paul Biya To Divide Southern Cameroonians The More.

CPDM francophone elites in La Republique HAS CALLED ON President Paul Biya to divide Southern Cameroonians the more.

This call was made by CPDM political bureau members of the eight francophone regions who are afraid that Cameroon may divide, following the southern Cameroon uprising.

The political bureau members have ask President Paul Biya to suspend the francophone plan of assimilation for a brief moment, and to target some tribes in the southern cameroon’s regions where opposition always arise against francophone colonisation.Their aim is to kill this uprising and the southern cameroon quest for independence.Therefore, they are planning to set confusion and division between southern cameroonians.

Precisely, the CPDM political bureau has advised President Paul Biya, to give some special positions to people of MEME division in the south west region, and two other tribes in the north west region in order to silence the southern cameroon people.
CPDM Francophone Call On President Paul Biya To Divide Southern Cameroonians The  More. 
Therefore, the francophones are afraid of the “BAYANGI” tribe, “WUM” in the north west who always start uprising. In the coming months, we shall see the reshufflement of Biya’s cabinet and you will understand what i mean.These people before any appointment, must sign an agreement to support the francophone’s agenda.

However, francophonisation of southern cameroon continues as Biya will appoint francophones to occupy 99.9% of key positions in southern cameroon.

We must therefore, continue our support for southern cameroon’s independence and nothing should stop us at this time or in the near future, until we get our country.Today South Africans are enjoying their country after more than 20 years of continue protests and patrotism to their statehood. We must not get tired. CPDM Francophone Call On President Paul Biya To Divide Southern Cameroonians The  More. 

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