Cameroon - Anglophone crisis: Biya Seduces The Munas, Appoints Old Guards In Bilingualism Commission

Par Wilson MUSA | Cameroon-Info.Net
YAOUNDE - 16-Mar-2017   46550 3
Stoph   32017-03-17 10:50
Sit there are keep repeating the same baseless utterances. If you cannot initiate anything useful for the youths, do not dare tell anglophone youths how to stand up for themselves. Just reading your reactions, there is no doubt who you are, what you stand for and why you keep condemning everything from the anglophone.
You are a crumbs eater. Quote me today, and tomorrow. You live of the regime's "kongossa" squad.
You have been taught that anglophones are inferior thats why you come to vomit with arrogance, your childish diatribe here.
Read   112017-03-16 10:41
My friend what you fail to see is that even in french speaking Cameroon the same people have been appointed for ever. The youth fight should be for all young cameroonian and not so call anglophone.
Stoph   242017-03-16 09:30
Running around the same building and hoping to reach a different destination. I firmly believe though many Cameroonians from the french speaking sector hate to admit that the youths of the English sector have a right to complain, it is clear that there the absence in the political will of Cameroon to make things work. In Cameroon, Graduates from Professional schools abound and we know many come out of these schools around the age of 25. Where are they in this arrangement? So youths were fighting for a change only to see old guards rewarded with appointments? Na wa ooh!
Ama Tutu Muna W. Musa
President Paul Biya has appointed former Prime Minister, Grand Chancellor of National Orders, Senator Peter Mafany Musonge as President of the National Commission for the promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism.

The Presidential decree signed Wednesday March 15, 2017 also appointed Oumarou Saidou Djika as Vice President of the Commission.
The appointment of Senator Peter Mafany Musonge now means he holds three key positions in Cameroon, one elective and two appointments, what observers hold as cumulating functions contrary to preaching of the Head of State on the need for everyone to have a fair share of the national cake.

Senator Peter Mafany Musonge was key speaker in what many termed Xenophobic South West Elites Forum in which he is alleged to have insulted North Westerners describing them as strong, tricky and who at anytime can overcome South Westerners if at all Southern Cameroon gained independence as many clamor for it.

The outing of Musonge had sparked criticism against his person. Today this same crisis which he is criticizing has brought him joy with his 5 year mandate Presidency.

The President of the Republic also appointed 13 members of the Commission, including former Arts and Culture Mijnister Ama TUTU MUNA in a move seen by observers as a way to appease the Munas who are strongly defending the leaders of strike action whom government has described as ‘Extremists’.

Barristers Akere Muna and Benard Muna are at the forefront demanding their liberation. Many therefore hold that the appointment of their kid sister could water down the anger and zeal in them.

The 12 other members include:

Angouing née Ndanga Françoise, Djenabou Bakary, Mbappè née Tiki Ngonde Ndjo’o Agnès, Abbé Jean-Marie Bodo, Abouem à Tchoyi David, Ahmadou Mohamadou Baba, Efoua Mbozo’o Samuel, Halle Nicodemus Ndessi, Itoe Mutanga Benjamin, Mbafor Jean-Marc Afessi, Ngambo Fondjo Pierre Vincent and Ngwane George Essambe.

The National Commission on Bilingualism and Multiculturalism was created on January 23, 2017 following ongoing crisis rocking the two English speaking regions of Cameroon.

By Wilson MUSA

Wilson MUSA
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