Monday, 2 April 2018

Operation Sparrowhawk - This Is How The TCS Wants To Sacrifice High Dignitaries

The Cameroonian activist well known to listeners of some radio talk shows in Yaounde fears that the former high-ranking state clerics arrested in the context of Operation Sparrowhawk will not be entitled to a fair trial and that the Criminal Court special can not guarantee them.

What analysis do you make of the revival of Operation Sparrowhawk a few months from the 2018 presidential election?

The activist's analysis that I am in fact is that it is a ruse, a willingness to sacrifice a few people for Paul Biya to position himself for the 2018 presidential elections. Operation Sparrowhawk in itself could not exist anymore. It was destructured, disorganized and undermined by the fact that the arrests were homing. It is a question of sacrificing some Cameroonians of a certain intelligence and autonomy on the managerial and ethical level.

Prior to their arrest, messages were carried on social networks by police officials and they are also persons who are detained on remand while they have known homes as well as guarantees of representation. Does not it undermine the presumption of innocence?
Operation Sparrowhawk - This Is How The TCS Wants To Sacrifice High Dignitaries
Paul Biya's regime has this cynical stance of psychologically destroying people using the ramifications of the mafia because it has to be said that the system was built on two sides: tarnishing the maximum and destroying these people in order to prepare a convergence of seen at this supreme sacrifice.

When you find these messages-carried in the media, it is actually the media or people close to those who orchestrate in the dark this operation. In terms of social networks, you are aware that they are infested by intelligence agents. Speaking of the presumption of innocence, I would say that if we were in a serious country, we would not put those people in detention until we tried them.

How do you conceive of the fact that we are talking about the fight against the misappropriation of public funds when not only some who pass for untouchables such as Louis Paul Motaze, Martin Belinga Eboutou, Paul Atanga Nji remain free but also Paul Biya who controls this Operation Sparrowhawk when it was denounced by foreign agencies for its illicit enrichment?

In the last interview I had with you, I was talking about a small group called G-Bulu. It is this small group that orchestrates these arrests in the shadows and prepares the succession either by arms or by executing judicially all those who can shady it. 

In this G-Bulu, you have Louis Paul Motaze who is now presented to the public as an excellent worker but this is only the tip of the iceberg because he is a contender for the succession of Paul Biya and nephew of the latter, on top of that he has diverted many billions of F CFA to the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Spatial Planning (Minepat) from budget line 94 of this ministry. 

A trade unionist in the name of Pierre Nyemeck is in prison today while he denounced at Mbarga Nguele (boss of the police, ed) a misappropriation at the Minepat involving Louis Paul Motaze. Judge Bahonoui (of the Special Criminal Court, ed) who was in charge of this case rather thrown Pierre Nyemeck in prison.

It's been almost 2 years that he is in prison ...
So there are the untouchables, they are many, you have for example Madame Libom li Likeng (Minister of Posts, ed), when she was Director of Customs, there are a number of things that were criticized including the domiciliation a certain amount of money in the bank account of his son who would be "student" in the United States. You have Mr. Martin Belinga Eboutou, former director of the Civil Cabinet who drew on the Public Investment Budget for his private school and the construction of a church in his village. 
This is to say that the Operation Sparrowhawk has a hidden agenda is to destroy all those on the managerial and ethical enjoy a certain independence of mind and mark the path to mediocrity and laziness. You have the case of Jean Foumane Akame who domiciled in his private account billions of F CFA intended to compensate the victims of a plane crash of the defunct Cameroon Airlines. You have Paul Biya himself who was ranked the 7th most wealthy African head of state by Forbes magazine with $ 200 million. For a catechist son, it's huge. 

So Mr. Biya is not qualified to arrest all these people and justice at his command can not guarantee them a fair trial. That is why all these detained people must spit the piece, say everything, so that they are amnestied at the advent of the 3rd Republic. You have Paul Biya himself who was ranked the 7th most wealthy African head of state by Forbes magazine with $ 200 million. For a catechist son, it's huge. So Mr. Biya is not qualified to arrest all these people and justice at his command can not guarantee them a fair trial. 

That is why all these detained people must spit the piece, say everything, so that they are amnestied at the advent of the 3rd Republic. You have Paul Biya himself who was ranked the 7th most wealthy African head of state by Forbes magazine with $ 200 million. For a catechist son, it's huge. So Mr. Biya is not qualified to arrest all these people and justice at his command can not guarantee them a fair trial. That is why all these detained people must spit the piece, say everything, so that they are amnestied at the advent of the 3rd Republic.

Apart from the Committee for the Release of Political Prisoners, the Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa and the NGO Mandela Center who have always denounced this political purge, how can we understand the silence of other organizations of civil society and even of a good deal of opposition to such an autocratic drift?

One of the things that negatively characterizes the Cameroonian man is treachery. Most associations that claim to defend human rights are there to defend their prebends. This silent posture is symptomatic of the non-consideration of the human value by the Cameroonian man. Even the Cameroonian population is characterized by the posture of absolute spectator, always to appaludir all that is negative, not to understand where their stakes are. 

Yet these associations and political parties must show their determination to defend human rights violations against those tried for embezzlement at the Special Criminal Court, which for me is a trick. Because most of those who have been heard over there have never returned free from their movement. 

Those fortunate enough to leave the area for the first time were arrested and detained on their second visit to this court. The opposition and civil society, at least a good part, have to pull themselves together and turn to the real issue that is the departure of Paul Biya. Paul Biya is no longer the solution for the future of this nation.

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