Monday, 6 November 2017

Paul Biya Refuses To Take My Calls says Christian Tumi As He Continues To Nag For Cameroon President's Attention

In a long interview published by our colleagues at The Guardian post, on newsstands this Wednesday morning, Cardinal Christian Tumi comes out of his hinges, making shattering statements, both on the so-called Anglophone crisis and its alleged relations with the President Biya.

For the former Metropolitan Archbishop of Douala, Fru Ndi won the presidential election of October 1992, but he was denied the victory because he is English-speaking. "If an anglophone wins the presidential elections in Cameroon, the French will organize a coup".

Regarding the violence in the northwest and southwest, the prelate believes that the United Nations must investigate independently to determine the exact number of murdered Anglophones. To this day continues the cardinal, 80% of Anglophones are supporters of secession, which is why, he believes, any dialogue without secessionists will not be a dialogue.
Paul Biya Refuses To Take My Calls- Christian Tumi
Regarding the President of the Republic of Cameroon, Bishop Christian Tumi infers that Paul Biya had personally given him his phone number, but he still refuses to take his calls.
Chosen pieces

"France will organize a coup if an anglophone wins the presidential elections in Cameroon"

"UN must organize an independent inquiry to determine the exact number of Anglophones killed"

"Fru Ndi won the 1992 presidential election but he did not come to power because he is English-speaking"

"Biya has given his phone number but refuses to take my calls."

"Any dialogue without secessionists is not one."

"More than 80% of Anglophones are for secession."

Source - Paul Biya Refuses To Take My Calls- Christian Tumi.

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