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Ambazonians Express Disdain Over Biya’s Derogatory Remarks In France

Ambazonians Express Disdain Over Biya’s Derogatory Remarks In France

By Mbah Godlove

French Cameroun’s dictatorial ruler, Paul Biya
says he has had the opportunity to obliterate the Ambazonian culture but insists a special status within his country will be better for them.

He made the statement during an ongoing peace conference in Paris-France on Tuesday, November 12.

It is the first time the colonial ruler is addressing the subject since promoting to further immerse Southern Cameroonians into oblivion by granting them a special status during a window dressing dialogue he convened a month ago.

Some Ambazonians have termed the dictator’s comment about the so-called special status as a high degree of provocation.

According to them, French President, Emmanuel Macron whom they say is good enough to be Biya’s grandson is further delaying the restoration of their statehood.

President Biya’s flip-flop statement to preserve the culture of the Southern Cameroonian people comes against the backdrop of several attempts to wipe out traces of anything Ambazonian.

Just as his predecessor, Amadou Ahidjo had abolished the Federal status Southern Cameroonians had consoled themselves with before 1972, President Biya in 1984 changed the country’s name from the United Republic of Cameroon to La Republique du Cameroun.

Ambazonians say this angered them given that this was the name French Cameroun had gained independence with in January 1960.

Biya’s strong resolve to continuously allocate inferior ministerial positions to Southern Cameroonians, the people say equally antagonized them.

The alarming marginalization reached apogee in 2016 when he rejected calls to harmonize the judicial and educational systems to adequately suit the needs of Southern Cameroonians.

Disgruntled denizens outrightly demanded the restoration of their statehood, but the Biya regime responded by tagging them terrorists before later declaring war on them in November 2017.

The people have said they want nothing short of the reestablishment of their territory under the name: The Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

The colonial government in Yaounde under the complicity of France is bent on shattering the people’s dreams.

Over 15000 Southern Cameroonians have been killed with nearly a million displaced, thousands incarcerated and hundreds of villages razed, human rights groups have reported.

Today, the colonial dictator, Paul Biya claims that granting special status to Ambazonians will deescalate the worsening crisis.

Political analysts have said anything done to atone the wailing population could only be on a frank dialogue table with all 10 Nera leaders and others who are languishing in French Cameroun’s donjons.

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Mukong

    November 13, 2019 at 12:01 AM

    Never in the history of humanity has an individual been this foolish and worst of all is proud to be incredibly foolish like this french slave, who doubles as a low life Beti/Bulu scum bag.
    “Ngombe”, rest assured that you and your off-springs will pay for all the pain and suffering that you as a result of your ineptitude have brought to bare on the Ambazonian people. “You can run, but you cannot hide”.

  2. Mbeuh

    November 13, 2019 at 10:21 AM

    The last kicks of a dying horse, namely:
    1). Bilingualism and multiculturalism commission.
    2). Creation of a common law section at the national school of Administration and Magistracy (ENAM), something that was demanded decades ago but ignored.
    3). Disarmament, demobilization and reintegration mombo jumbo.
    4). Appointment of an Ambazonian ex-convict to the forbidden post of Territorial Administration as an appeasement.
    5). Boasting of appointing Anglophones to the powerless position of Prime Minister in most of his 37 years in power.
    6). Convening of a failed national die-logue or was it Biyalogue?
    7). AND NOW THIS. Granting of a Special Status to an independent country by another independent country, both former UN trust territories of equal status with distinct dates of independence and internationally recognized boundaries.

    What’s next for the 86 yr old dying horse Bi Mvondo Paul-Bartholomew?

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