After a long campaign, was wear and tear the reason for sincerity and lucidity? The candidates were preparing to serve Cameroon or a chaos was already programmed, hatched by analysts of the secret services, as the pawns are advanced one after another as in a game of chess.
Violence is summoned to debate even before the verdict of the polls, by those who are supported from the outside, as in the scenario of Libya or Ivory Coast, and under the look absent from Africa itself. But this time, it’s too much, they say in the streets. What is trying to be played in Cameroon is simply odious. With the approach of the presidential deadline, one would have expected the relaxation and the gestures of fair play but on the contrary, the languages change and became more and more hateful. Spokespersons are no longer hiding publicly to deliver what will be the post-election period they foresee as violent under the dictates of their thankless and predatory demands. Why go to the election in this context and under dark and unjust perspectives, if it is to set fire to Cameroon in execution of the prescriptions of the sponsors whose axes went from the so-called Anglophone crisis to the forced departure of President Paul Biya, without transition.
So that was it, we understand why neither Maurice Kamto, nor Akere Muna, let alone Josua Osih, got wet about the violence that is raging in the North West and South West regions. The answer is that this insecurity should feed the political scene until the holding of the election by caressing the classic scenario of the departure of President Paul Biya as an alternative to the situation of chaos, even if it should go through genocide. This is the pot with roses that we discover 72 hours from the beginning of the vote, concocted by licensed bandits who boast of political virginity.
The academic Maurice Kamto today, cannot present a white line as he claims, he who is under the influence of insider trading at the time when he was acting Minister for Justice, and he was awarded a contract to his company’s account. In the West, it would have been a long time since this scandal took him away, and his appetite, and his longing for demagogy. Akere Muna no more is in smell of sanctity with good morals. He squandered his father’s fortune for his selfish interests, disinheriting at the same time his younger sister, Ama Tutu Muna, exhibiting a machismo all the same daring, and abusing a right of bulimia. According to reliable information, this lawyer, who cannot pretend to ignore the law, really sucked the heart of the inheritance, clinging to it in a recalcitrant way. Several buildings built in upscale neighborhoods of Yaounde represent part of this confiscated heritage, which also drowns other buildings in Douala and Bamenda. But to make a good impression, Mr. Akere Muna still made his statement of property, mentioning that he had only two houses to his credit. The offense the false statement hovers in the air. The court of first instance of Yaounde would have sent back its hearing after the election so that it is not agitated that its condemnation is political, the Muna case still being badly embarked. Very quickly, we have the profile of those who want to make the big revolution in Cameroon, and who would have already planned his sale for selfish interests, but also, for the predation of the resources of Cameroon. This is unfortunately the situation that awaits Cameroon if the people do not show great solidarity. It is still a long way from peace in Cameroon, especially when those on whom hopes are founded, endeavour to liquidate everything, and their souls and property of which they are hardly the owners.