Elvis Ngolle Ngolle Provokes Ambazonians, Tells Them To Celebrate Biya’s 37th Anniversary
By Mbah Godlove
Colonial slave and President of French Cameroun’s leading party, Cameroun’s People Democratic Movement (CPDM) Academy, Elvis Ngolle Ngolle says Ambazonians have every reason to celebrate Paul Biya’s 37th anniversary as President of Cameroun.
Speaking on the country’s state owned propaganda medium, CRTV on Sunday November 3, he revealed that Southern Cameroonians, though in grive, need to appreciate the dictator, Biya, for the ‘good sense’ of leadership he has demonstrated for the past 37 years.
“Even though the people of the North West and South West (Ambazonia) have lost loved ones, they still have to create that enabling atmosphere to celebrate President Paul Biya’s new deal vision which is 37 years now.
“Human life is full of sorrow, but also celebration, and this explains why in Africa, eating and drinking takes place after the burial of anyone,” he declared.
According to Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, the Biya New deal vision instituted in 1982, has been very pivotal in the socio-economic development of Cameroun.
The deal, he added, has promoted national unity and integration for all these decades.
He urged all militants and sympathizers of the governing party to massively throw their weight behind President Biya who clocks 37 years in power on Wednesday November 6, 2019.
Ambazonians saw Ngolle Ngolle’s outing as a mark of provocation from a government that has killed over 3000 of their relatives, razed hundreds of villages and unlawfully imprisoned thousands of their compatriots.
Meantime, pro-independence fighters in all 13 counties of Ambazonia, are on their guard to ensure that no such ceremony takes place anywhere in their territory.