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Panicky Biya Submits Arms Control Reinforcement Bill To Parliament






Paul Biya B. Mvondo, President of La Republique du Cameroun (LRC), has requested Camerounese parliament to pass a bill permitting him to reinforce the importation, circulations and use of firearms in that country. According to the bill presented to the security commission of the National Assembly, Wednesday November 22 2017, Paul Biya will hide behind the Geneva Convention of arms trade treaty adopted in New York in 2013 to suffocate the exports, imports, transit, or transhipment of conventional arms in all borders of Cameroun.

Also, the ratification of the bill will permit Camerounese defence forces liaise with the neighbouring countries so as to perturb any transit of conventional arms. The bill will also permit the colonial defences forces to seize even licenced guns and arrest individuals, if the arms are at any time undermines the peace and security of Cameroun.

The bill comes one year after another was promulgated into law. The previous bill that seems to be witnessing an upgrade, permitted the president to promulgate into law, the regulation of the use of general weapons and ammunition.

Biya, panicked of the new strategy and stance taken by the Southern Cameroons Governing on using all options (including intervention) open in reclaiming the sovereign states of Southern Cameroons, seems to enforce this new bill to create an offensive. It should be noted that the tight security enforced in Southern Cameroons compounded curfews instituted by the illegal occupier, defence forces of Southern Cameroons have been able to carry out some successful operations against the forces of the occupier.

More still, the incident in Zimbabwe where a monarch like Biya was forced to leave power after 37 years of rule, possibly could have sent shivering waves down the spines of Paul Biya. His arms control move will also create new surveillance even at his inner circle to curb all moves from his hinge men in using some Machiavelli tactics to oust him.

Cameroun for the past 35 years has been existing on a very tight arms security. It takes just the fortunate few who have high links with the Biya cohorts to own a gun licence. Yet, arms control has always been a very big problem in the country. From Armed robbers, to hitmen, and trade of arms, the corrupt government has on several occasions enact laws that are useless.

By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews



  1. Song

    November 22, 2017 at 5:20 PM

    Zimbabweans have succeeded in removing the tyrant from power after nearly 4 decades without a single shop being looted or burnt down or without tyre burning. Maybe the ambazonians should ask themselves if there has ever been any strike without some guys looting or tyre burning or other form of destruction?

    • Atem Bakia

      November 23, 2017 at 1:07 AM

      With help from a patriotic army, fool!

      Like the President of Guinea once said, coups are not done in cameroun because all Camerounese military generals are business people, like that short SOB called sememgue (I wish I could slap him).

      By the way, the so called law does not affect us. We are not cameroun and we shall shoot to kill.

      • Malis

        November 24, 2017 at 9:28 PM


  2. Wakeup africa

    November 22, 2017 at 6:55 PM

    Zimbabwe case was orchestrated by the military and pple who desire freedom. Not those who have made up their minds to be slaves for ever

  3. Mukong

    November 22, 2017 at 7:50 PM

    Baretanews, some of us are just sick and tired of seeing the picture of this Beti thug in this forum. A man whose claim to fame is that of banditry, mismanagement of the highest order, occultism, butchery of the innocent, wife killer, etc, etc, etc.

    • George

      November 22, 2017 at 8:08 PM

      Maybe Bareta News put a big black stamp on his face. Shall they do?

  4. George

    November 22, 2017 at 8:12 PM

    The bill is useless because
    1. La Republique is a very corrupt country.
    2. There are enough weapons which can be taken from gendarms, police or army.
    3. The borders to the East and to the West are veryporous. And cannot be controlled 20/7.

    • Atem Bakia

      November 23, 2017 at 1:09 AM

      That’s right. Camerounese gendarmes and police are the most out of shape in the world and can be easily physically beaten and guns taken.

  5. Amba Pikin

    November 22, 2017 at 8:12 PM

    Paul Biya is enroute to his grave.
    A dying dog cling even to a snake for survival…

  6. Malis

    November 22, 2017 at 10:45 PM

    Satanic, demonic, savage, evil, stupid, primitive, old dying animal, nothing will save Him.

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