Friday, 30 March 2018

Operation Sparrowhawk: Patrice Nouma Writes to Paul Biya on The Mebe Ngo'o Case

While he is expected this morning at 10am at the TCS to be expected on the case of embezzlement of public funds, the former minister is currently hospitalized at the clinic of the cathedral in Omnusport district.

Patrice NNouma, the Cameroonian refugee activist in the US, wrote to Paul Biya to congratulate him on the many recent and upcoming arrests in Operation Epervier.

He is awaiting the arrest of Mebe Ngo'o "whose accumulated wealth only rivals that of Laurent Esso, because he has plundered and siphoned public funds wherever he has been since he joined the government."

Excellency Mr. President,

The Cameroon Transition Council, abbreviated CCT, by my voice comes once more to your high responsibility to challenge you on the increasingly insecure situation of insecurity in which Cameroon slides daily, and the need and the urgency to build a union of all the forces in order to give chances to a peaceful transition to a new Republic in our Dear and beautiful country Cameroon.

Indeed, Mr. President, it is not necessary to insist on the particularly difficult socio-political and economic situation of our country, especially with the incursions of the Islamist sect Boko Haram in the far North, the English-speaking constitutional crisis turned into a war separatist in the north-west and south-west of the country, the sporadic attacks of some belligerent groups in Adamaoua and in the east of the country, not to mention the recurrence of the counting of State property and ritual crimes, the difficulties for the State to honor its commitments vis-à-vis its domestic and foreign partners because of the funds drained by the embezzlement of public funds and resources by members of the government and elites.
Operation Sparrowhawk: Patrice Nouma Writes to Paul Biya on The Mebe Ngo'o Case
The security situation in Cameroon is increasingly alarming and dangerous. Two world powers members of the Security Council, the United States and France, have banned their citizens from traveling in the Far North, Adamaoua and English-speaking regions. The Cameroon insecurity map drawn up by the French government, published by France Diplomatie and updated on March 22, 2018, formally advises French nationals on the Nigerian, Chadian and Central African borders and the entire Far North region, advises against except for imperative reason the English-speaking regions of the Southwest and North-West, the North and part of Adamawa.

For the rest of the French-speaking territory (the West, the eastern part of Adamaoua, the Littoral, the Center, the South and the East), the French government demands increased vigilance for its nationals. On this Cameroon insecurity map, there is no place where the French government advises normal vigilance.

The United States has given the same alarming warnings to their nationals. Cameroon is therefore considered a country at high risk of insecurity. This message is also and above all a warning to foreign investors not to venture into Cameroon in the current context.

This situation of widespread insecurity has an impact, not only on tourism receipts and the inflow of foreign investment, but also on the level of major projects in sight, such as those of the CAN, which are currently experiencing a very big delay, and many other projects of '' great achievements '' which in the end may never be realized.

We can not forget the humanitarian tragedy that continues in the civil war of western Cameroon, and the millions of our compatriots displaced internally and externally, many of whom die of terrorism and famine in the far north and in neighboring countries.

Mister President,

Notwithstanding all the gravity that surrounds your governance, especially with an elite comprador ruler who prefers to fight the true patriots that we are instead of working for Cameroon, we at our level will never give up when it comes to working for the well-being Cameroonians and Cameroon.

Even today, your latest redevelopment gives us entirely right, with your eviction of some of your collaborators who have been real gangrenes for our country, and of which we have in recent years constantly denounced crimes and offenses. I will cite only three examples in this regard:

Basile Atangana Kouna, who has repeatedly called us antipatriotes and promised death. Then, Martin Belinga Eboutou, worse than a kleptomaniac, a real customs fraudster who spent his time diverting huge sums of money to the diplomatic mission of Cameroon at the United Nations in New York, and who dragged us in front of US courts since 2014 for slanderous denunciation.

A lawsuit we won in the state of New Jersey. Finally Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o, whose accumulated wealth only competes with that of Laurent Esso, because he has plundered and siphoned public funds wherever he has been since he joined the government.

We express the wish that you pursue this action of public health by unmasking other prevaricators, such as Laurent Esso, Alain Mebe Ngo'o, Martin Belinga Eboutou, Dipanda Mouelle, Mafany Mussonge, Grégoire Owona, Nganou Djoumessi, Ndjouh Ndjouh Messi, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, Louis Paul Motaze, Alamine Ousmane Mey, General Amougou Beteu the Chief of Staff at the Presidency of the Republic, Foé Ndi and many others who hide under the air of lambs to better perpetuate their crimes to your side and under your protection.

Mister President,

This struggle which you have engaged against the enemies of the country must not be the work of you alone. Certainly it is very important that you sanitize the seriously gangrene environment of the Cameroonian high administration. But you need Cameroonian skills clean and honest to perfect this beneficial work with a complete reform of the State. Every Cameroonian concerned about the future of Cameroon should contribute at his level to work for this goal.

It is for this reason that the CTC reiterates that the organization of a presidential election is useless in the current context of widespread insecurity where the government controls more than a part of the national territory. Nothing today is pressing and compels us to organize mock elections, which risk eventually plunging Cameroon into total chaos and eventually the civil war.

The urgency, in our opinion, is to create a concerted framework of dialogue where are pooled competent plural forces, which think and reason only for Cameroon, so that they define and start a transition that will reserve you an honorable exit worthy of the current crises.

Mister President,

Our country today operates under the dictatorship of satanic circles and networks of predators operating within the higher administration, the armed forces and the government. These are the networks that have just organized the flight of Basile Atangana Kouna and it is the same ones who caught up with him after your instructions. These networks neutralized the state of Cameroon and you discovered it yourself with your own aide-de-camp who was working for occult forces.

The human resources that will be able to reform the State of Cameroon, in particular its high administration, should be new elites of Cameroonian origin, which is filled by the Cameroonian Diaspora, most of them currently serving the world powers in the key sectors of the public administration. , security, management and reforms.

Cameroon needs these honest and competent women and men, both from within and from the Diaspora, to reform public administration and put in place the necessary transition to a new republic. CLC has a strong Transition Plan.

Mr. President,

Our country is sick and very sick right now. It is imperative to administer the appropriate therapy, and this therapy remains in our opinion the formation of a Transitional Government that will work to restore dialogue between all Cameroonians, and especially between Anglophones and the government, reform the public administration that is the source of state failure in all areas, lead the reform of institutions for the adoption of those that meet the demands of modernity and the people, lead the reform of the electoral system, and hold new elections once the new institutions are in place, for a peaceful transition from our country to a new Republic.

We thank you for your attention!

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