Sunday, 15 October 2017

After The Unfortunate Events That Happened In Cameroon Still President Biya is Nowhere To Be Found

Where did Biya go? This is the question that Cameroonians are asking, when the return of climbing in the English-speaking regions gives the impression of embracing the whole country.

 The President of the Republic, who left Cameroon on Thursday, 14 September, to take part in the 72nd General Assembly of the UN, has not returned to his country, while his UN stay is already approaching the two weeks. If the Cameroonians have grown accustomed to living far from their president, they are less amenable to certain curious events, which occur only after the Head of State has left the country.

When Boko Haram accentuates his exactions in the Far North of Cameroon, causing the death of a Chinese, and removing ten others, the President of the Republic is not in the country. He is not in "private residence in Europe", but he is in France to take part in the Paris Summit on Security in Nigeria. It is during this summit that he will make the historic decision to declare war in Nigeria.
After The Unfortunate Events That Happened In Cameroon Still President Biya is Nowhere To Be Found
It is also during this event that the one who was then accused of not going to support his soldiers at war, will find just words to show the lack of organization of his army. "I must say that Boko Haram uses quite different and pernicious tactics. More generally, they attack at night, starting at midnight, one in the morning.

How many units are awake at that time? And then they observe and take advantage of fluidity, freedom in the country to send observers the day. They therefore use the effect of surprise and numerical superiority. Where you have fifteen soldiers, they send one hundred people with heavy weaponry. We are analyzing all this and there will be an answer, "said the Chief of Armed Forces.

Let us stay in the war, but this time in military cooperation. We are September 09th. Cameroon is trembling under the feet of a contingent of 200 soldiers marching through the streets of Yaounde. In the absence of the President of the Republic, it is believed first of all a reversal of the regime. But this is not the case. These Cameroonian soldiers, in uniform of the United Nations, left their base of Ekounou, go towards the headquarters of the army. If Yaounde trembles, it is because since 6 April 1984, Cameroon has no longer experienced such a military movement in the streets of the political capital. If so, during the parade on 20 May, where the military dress is used to show the striking force of the country of Paul Biya, and not to show the indignation of those who wear it.

The one called "La grande muette" came out of her silence and decided to speak. The 200 Cameroonian soldiers of the Minusca are only a small part of the 1,300 Cameroonian military sent on a mission of maintenance of the peace in the Central African Republic. They claim 18 months of arrears: "We demand 12 months of pay when we were under the responsibility of the African Union and six months as peacekeepers" of the United Nations Security Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA), launches, under anonymity, a soldier. The unprecedented event will be dealt with at the highest state summit, sometimes bordering on a diplomatic incident between Cameroon and the African Union.

We are no longer in Yaoundé, but about a hundred kilometers away. Since dawn, the rupture of a nozzle at Manyai (Department of Nyong-et-Kéllé) on October 21, 2016 blocks traffic between the two major metropolises of the country. Passengers rushed to the Camrail to rally Douala. In the face of the influx of passengers, the decision to add wagons is made.

Train No. 152, full and rolling at high speed, derailed at Eséka, causing several deaths (79 official sources, and nearly 200 unofficial sources). The President of the Republic, who left the country on September 23, 2016, to take part in the 71st Assembly of the United Nations, only returned a few days after the disaster. Information will reveal that he had made a detour by Geneva in Switzerland. He will also receive Idriss Déby in Etoudi on 28 October 2016.

A year later, return to the UN. Paul Biya, who had not left his country since the disaster of Eséka is present at the 72nd General Assembly. A few days after his departure from Yaounde (he leaves September 14, 2017), an unusual geological incident occurs on the Bafoussam-Batmendjou road. The land opens, and clears the circulation and isolates one of the most important districts of the western region. Four days later, it is on National Road N ° 3 that the road is cut in two. This is a nozzle at Ebombe level, which will be repaired within 24 hours. Three days later, an explosion awakens Bamenda. She was injured three police officers on the morning of September 21 in the vicinity of the Regional Hospital.

The next day, in Douala, very close to the Scdp facilities, another bomb explodes. Crafted, it does not cause any damage. The same day, in all the localities of the two anglophone regions of Cameroon, it is a generalized social explosion. Thousands of people are invading the streets and demanding the secession of Cameroon, in the name of the Sbn Cameroon National Council (Scnc), a clandestine organization that has been campaigning for several years for the secession of the Anglophone part of Cameroon.

Having left for a few weeks, the UN General Assembly ended, the President of the Republic has still not returned to his country. Party of New York, sources announce it in Geneva. When will he decide to return? Nobody can say that. But one thing is certain, the Cameroon that he left on September 14 is no longer the one he left behind After The Unfortunate Events That Happened In Cameroon Still President Biya is Nowhere To Be Found.

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