LRC’s President Panicks Over UN’s GA, Schedules Impromto State Address
By Mbah Godlove
The colonial President of La Republique du Cameroun, Paul Biya is due to address the country on Tuesday.
According to a press release from the colonial civil cabinet, the 86 year-old dictator’s address will be aired on state media at 8:00pm on Tuesday 10 September, 2019.
With the UN General Assembly at the corner, some Ambazonians have speculated that the old man wants to outline a number of points that he would use to reduce presure from the international community on the ongoing human rights abuses committed in Southern Cameroons.
Other Southern Cameroonians have expressed the view that Paul Biya will grant amnesty to Sisiku Julius Ayuktabe and co, as well as thousands of other Ambazonians detained accros French Cameroun.
Another school of thought suggests that the address will center on the upcoming regional elections in LRC which the regime said must be organized despite the continuous killing of Ambazonian citizens.
Meantime, Tuesday’s speech is unusual given that the bloodthirsty leader often presents state addresses on February 10 and December 31 every year.
No one can say with certainty what the dictator has in store, but Ambazonians hope he announces a date and venue for negotiation that could end the war and leads a path way for the eventual restoration of the statehood of their country.
After recording a bad balance sheet in the war he decleared on Southern Cameroons in 2017, will Paul Biya publicly accept defeat this Tuesday?