Why is Biya begging for Forgiveness? It’s not the time for confession of Sins yet

Why is Biya begging for Forgiveness? It’s not the time for confession of Sins yet.

Last week, we did a write up on Bi Mvondo aka Master bloodsucker, Paul Biya of Yaoundé who has energetically joined the technological trend of Ambazonia in Online Governance. We also informed you that the aged neighboring La Republique ruler had watered down the use of social media especially in the days of Tapang, Bareta, the Consortium, and the IG, in controlling and managing affairs of the nation of Ambazonia. It is only dawning on him now that The never again generation has come to stay and must make use of veritable tools that ensure good governance.

In a struggle to catch up with the great minded young generation of Ambazonian leadership and after struggling for 93 days to stop internet space in the Southern Cameroons, the ailing ruler has employed a big team charged with posting pro governance political slogans picked from their school books.

One of those slogans that the young employees of Biya posted is that of Tuesday May 7th. It reads;

The essential thing today is to forgive and to forget, to work together towards a common goal. We cannot, at one and the same time, look towards the future and live in the past. Mutual forgiveness is the path to lasting peace.

For those who know Cameroun, they have been easily recognizing the fact that Biya’s guys are begging for pardon especially from Ambazonia which he still hallucinates, has anything to do with La Republique Du Cameroun. This forgives and forgets song aren’t for people like Biya who is Chief Commander of the ongoing genocide in the West African State of Ambazonia.

Biya should not be fast to ask for forgiveness, we still have a long way to go. When we get there, we shall decree his fate. Even in heaven, his forgive and forget song won’t make sense at a time when hundreds and thousands have been forced to leave their lands into neighboring countries. Thousands have been killed, slaughtered in cold blood, old villagers of about 250 villages can’t find solace with their houses burnt down by Biya’s militia. No food on the land, no peace, and security for the Ambazonians. Biya only goes online to fake sympathy by asking us to forgive and forget. Don’t be deceived!!!! His target is a convincing international community who follow him that he goes with Democratic principles. It’s a huge Miami water deceit.

Whatever that means to him, we shall get our land and choose which neighbors to forgive, he won’t detect to us who to forgive. Let him prays to God as All Ambazonians do. “Any man for yi self, God for we all”.

Meantime, we encourage you to always go through those crooked posts of Biya on social media handles and platforms, tag him to his senses for the evil he keeps perpetuating on neighboring Ambazonia Republic. Let the demon know that we know his tricks. For now, we are at war. We fight and when the battle is over, with victory from God Almighty, Forgiveness will still come from him God alone.

Ambazonians Fight!!!!!!!

Sumelong Ekane



  1. Mukong

    May 7, 2019 at 8:47 PM

    So Ambazonians can now begin to see why the french really love this good-for-nothing Beti criminal call Biya. After the wanton destruction of lives and properties he still delude himself into thinking that the “Never Again Generation” will fall for his mischievous ploys.
    Atanga Nji and the other LRC bootlickers need to remind their Beti thug that the train left the railway station a long time ago.

  2. Jon

    May 7, 2019 at 9:06 PM


    Michelle Bachelet (UN High Commissioner for Human Rights) welcomes Cameroon’s willingness to cooperate to tackle human rights crises

    GENEVA (6 May 2019) – The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet, after concluding a visit to Cameroon, has welcomed the Government’s openness to work with the UN Human Rights Office, and the rest of the UN, to seek effective solutions to the major human rights and humanitarian crises caused by the serious unrest and violence taking place in the west and north of the country.

    “I believe there is a clear – if possibly short – window of opportunity to arrest the crises that have led to hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people, as well as the killings and brutal human rights violations and abuses that have affected the northern and western areas of the country,” Bachelet said. “But it will not be easy to turn these situations around. It will take significant actions on the part of the Government, and substantial and sustained support from the international community – including us in the UN.”

    “The challenges are immense, and the situation involving some ten or more separatist movements in the North-West and South-West regions risks spiraling completely out of control, if serious measures are not taken to reduce tensions and restore trust. There is also a general understanding that the root causes and underlying grievances must also be tackled if long-term stability is to return to a country that had, until just a few years ago, been one of the most settled and peaceful in the region.”

    The UN Human Rights Chief noted that the Government is also facing other major challenges, including cross-border incursions by armed groups and criminal organizations along its eastern border with the Central African Republic. At the same time, in the north of the country, the armed forces are struggling to cope with the depredations and suicide attacks perpetrated by Boko Haram and, in the far north around Lake Chad, the population is being terrorized and attacked by another extremist organization, the so-called Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA). In addition, Cameroon is hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees from the Central African Republic and Nigeria.

    In several regions, civilians and soldiers have been killed and mutilated, and entire villages have been burned. Children have been abducted and forced to join the armed groups and have even been utilized as unwitting suicide bombers by Boko Haram. In the two western regions, schools, hospitals and other key infrastructure has been targeted and destroyed by the various separatist groups; and government employees, including teachers who have dared to continue teaching, have been targeted and …

    • papa action

      May 9, 2019 at 12:40 AM

      Jon(nie Walker),do you know the military has been instructed to kill anyone including you singing their praises? If you want to verify, just walk up to them when they are on rampage and try to tell them what you just wrote here. Fool! I pity you and your illusions

      • Jon

        May 9, 2019 at 4:41 AM

        The military has been instructed to kill anyone and people are still living in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon? Who will believe this your gibberish? Your level of ignorance is quite breathtaking, and you’re a pig-ignorant “shit-no-wipe-lass” ambazombie secessionist.

  3. Jon

    May 7, 2019 at 9:09 PM

    The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (Michelle Bachelet) visit to Cameroon, and MKPD opinions plus other stories, such as the Human Rights Watch report, and Gendarmerie corruption crackdown in Cameroon.

  4. Jon

    May 7, 2019 at 9:23 PM




  5. Mbeuh

    May 7, 2019 at 10:20 PM

    What a joke! Biya’s BIR on a daily rampage in Ambazonia, yet asking for forgiveness. Proposal to merge NW with Western province and Southwest with Littoral, further obliterating the culture and identity of Ambazonia, yet asking for forgiveness. Banning the use of Francophone and Anglophone and proposing the creation of a ministry of living together, again mocking the separate identity of Ambazonians, yet asking for forgiveness. These and intense open efforts to lobby, bribe and intimidate individual members and organizations from the international community concerned with the ongoing carnage in Ambazonia, yet asking for forgiveness. I shudder to think that Biya is the recipient of an epiphany and wonder aloud if anyone hearing or reading the words forgive and forget from Biya should not cringe. Even Ambazonian babies born today cannot be this gullible.

    As a school boy in the late 50s/early 60s during the non-binding plebecite of 1961 I remember one line from a song my mother used to sing as she campaigned for “Paa small” John Ngu Foncha against EML Endeley’s platform to stay with Nigeria. It went like this ‘……small nobi sick….’ With a population of approx 8 million Ambazonians against LRC’s 16 million, with barely dane guns and now a few AK47s against LRC’s military might aided by France and neighboring Francophone countries, the Etoudi dictator and his minions have been unable to run over a people determined to be free from bondage.

    Hogwash forgive and forget. Ambazonia MUST BE FREE.

    • Jon

      May 8, 2019 at 3:02 AM


      Why have you stated that the plebiscite was non-binding?

      “Ambazonia” must be free from what or from who, or free of what?

      Some of you are pig-ignorant (extremely stupid), and think the rest of the world is.

  6. Pastor T. Julius

    May 7, 2019 at 10:44 PM

    Forgiveness can be granted to anyone who acknowledges his sins, then confesses and turn away from them.
    Nelson Mandela forgave all his enemies.
    Jesus forgave all His enemies.
    Stephen forgave his enemies.

  7. Mukong

    May 8, 2019 at 4:38 AM

    Forgiveness is the sole prerogative of the Almighty Creator. No human has that power to forgive.
    The Germans are still paying for the victimization of the Jews; yet when it comes to Africans, people start to talk this insanity of forgiveness. If that is the case then why do we have prisons?
    Innocent Ambazonians are unjustly locked up in the dungeons of LRC and this foolish Beti thug dare to ask for what forgiveness. If this is not insanity then I do not know what to call it.

    • Jon

      May 8, 2019 at 5:13 AM

      President Biya’s message is TO AND FOR ALL CAMEROONIANS.

      You ambazombie terrorists, sponsors, and sympathizers always spin a yarn.

      Most African countries are poor and looking up to the West because they continue to live in the past, colonialism. The USA was also colonised, but today it is the envy of the whole world. Why? Because they did not continue to live in the past.

      Nelson Mandela forgave his white foes and their sport to eloquently demonstrate his genuine forgiveness. He didn’t seek to divide up the country.

  8. Philo

    May 8, 2019 at 6:55 AM

    We Ambazonians are a brave people. The Idiot Biya has managed to rule Cameroon for all these years because the frogs are only interested in drinking beer. Certainly we will get there. Biya woke up very late to employ fools people like jon to join his media team in exchange for more beer. Stupid francophone frogs. You will get a worse president when Biya dies in power.

  9. Ambe

    May 8, 2019 at 8:25 PM


    Bachelet did not say, there is no genocide in NW and SW.

    It is LRC terrorist soldiers that are responsible for the rapes and murder and mutilation of body parts.

    Ambazonia has to be free from colonization by LRC. It is that simple and there is nothing any body or any of your rantings can do about it.

    • Jon

      May 9, 2019 at 4:30 AM


      What did she say? I don’t think you even know the definition of genocide. If you did, you will not call what is happening in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon genocide. Is genocide going on in Syria, Iraq, Northern Region of Cameroon, Libya?

      LRC DID NOT COLONIZE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS. This is common knowledge, and it’s quite embarrassing that you didn’t know this. Try and read the primary school History textbook by S. N. Tita.


      • Ambe

        May 9, 2019 at 10:17 AM


        You are of the school that sits in the box, thinks in the box and never dares to explore away from your comfort zones. S.N. Tita wrote the sort of things that you and your pay masters in LRC wanted Ambazonians and Cameroonians to believe. It is out of share ignorance or calculated ingenuity that people like you want to keep Tita’s narrative going. What a shame that people have fed fat of blood money and privileges that their consciences have become blinded to truth and justice. Mr History if you are so good at your History, you would know that the legal clauses that defined the so called independence by Joining, stipulated what form of state it was going to be. If I must remind you, it was meant to be a federal system of two states equal in status. But due to the greed of LRC, they, without the consent of the Southern Cameroons Parliament, which by the way was illegal as per the constitution at that time, unilaterally did away with that structure. To make matters worse, Biya in 1984 had the audacity to do away with the remnants of the last identity of such a union. Once again Mr History, if you have a good grasp of the creation and dissolution of states, you will know that the act Biya took in 1984 is tantamount to the dissolution of that state in the name of a union. By reverting to its original name as obtained at Independence, Biya finally dissolved that union of equal partners. As a consequence, by International law, Southern Cameroons had automatic right to restate its own independence as well. It is so irrational how people think it is LRC who has the right to regain its status and not Southern Cameroons. (You should note that one of your Lords in the name of Marafa Hamidou Yaya, in one of his chronicles from behind bars some time in 2017, questioned the reasoning behind what Biya did. For intelligent people, they should have been able to decipher the wisdom behind what Yaya was trying to say). By doing that and still hanging onto Southern Cameroons is tantamount to Annexation, better still colonization. Did S.N. Tita write the wisdom I just propounded upon? You sited some places and wondered if one can call what is going on there as genocide. I am not going to give you plenty of lessons on the definition of genocide because even a class 1 pupil can see that definition and recognize genocide when he/she sees one. The fact that people may choose not to call a thing by its name does not mean the thing ceases to have that name.

        • Jon

          May 9, 2019 at 3:01 PM


          Southern Cameroons attained independence by joining the independent Republic of Cameroun (LRC). I was wondering if you could provide me with a hyperlink to the UN document or resolution or the clause that mentions the form of the state? Unfortunately, the form of state is not mentioned in any UN document. Why? Because Southern Cameroons was joining a Unitary State, and upon joining the Unitary State became part of the Unitary State. If Southern Cameroons wanted a federation, it would have opted to attain independence by joining Nigeria, which was a federation just as Northern Cameroons did. Your friend, Sumelong Ekane, even says that Southern Cameroons attained independence on October 1, 1960. Is that true?

          I am waiting for the hyperlink(s) of the UN document (s). You write very well!!! It’s a compliment.

          • Coni man die coni man bury ee

            May 11, 2019 at 7:44 PM

            Had SC joined Nigeria, all this trouble would have had no relevance today. Nigeria was not that generous like LRC. Nigeria wanted to absorb SC with no possibility of ever raising a jigger-infested toe to cough.

            Endeley wanted to sell us to Nigeria because his wife was a Nigerian.

            Northern Cameroon was fooled by Britons to join Nigeria. Elections were rigged, and most of the voters in NC were illiterates, corrupt Lamidos voted for them.

            Those same Britons wanted to rig votes in SC, so we join Nigeria but they were faced by the naked butts of our SC mothers, who had understood the danger in joining Nigeria, overnight.

            Let us teach this version too to our children. Once they know the truth, they’ll decide for themselves if it is the effort worth to fight with your bro for mistakes for which none is innocent.

            Anglos and Francos played the game.

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