Macron Calls On Biya To Urgently Resolve The Crisis Between The Cameroons.
French President Emmanuel Macron after days of silence, observing world reactions and particularly how Camerounese have failed to uphold the election of Kamto has finally sent words of congratulations to Paul Biya. Macron just like every other world leader is concerned with the situation in the Cameroons. Macron who says the situation in Southern Cameroons is a concern for France and Cameroun’s world partners, says France is ready to help Biya find lasting solutions in Anglophone Cameroons. The 5th paragraph of Macron’s one-page letter reads
“As far as the English-speaking regions of Cameroon are concerned, France is ready to support any initiatives you may take to progress towards a political and lasting settlement of the crisis in the country. I hope that such initiatives will take shape as soon as possible since the continuing worsening of the situation in these regions is a serious concern for France and all of Cameroon’s external partners”
It should be recalled that France is at the heart of the root cause of the crisis in Southern Cameroons. It advised Cameroun first President Ahidjo to collapse the first Federation and since then has tolerated Cameroun dictatorship. It is still to be seen how France is willing to help since Cameroun still remains one of its colonies in Africa, still pays colonial tax and the subjugation and assimilation of Southern Cameroons is a French policy designed to destroy the once former British Southern Cameroons. France has been accused to be one of the hands beyond Rwanda genocide and we can safely say that its hands can still be seen in French Cameroun Genocide in Ambazonia.
Biya Paul, whom Cameroun constitutional Council declared the winner of the October, 9th 2018 Presidential elections has since come under renewed pressure from all diplomatic circles to end the war in Southern Cameroons and engage in dialogue.
It should be recalled that since 2016, the conflict in Southern Cameroons has resulted in over 3000 deaths of Southern Cameroonians, more than 120 villages burnt, +400.000 internally displaced civilians, +50.000 refugees in Nigeria and daily grave human rights abuses committed by forces loyal to Paul Biya