Thursday, 24 May 2018

LRC Bullies US Ambassador, Builds Fertile Grounds For US’ Radar

La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) has never been the same ever since the US Ambassador,HE Peter Henry Barlerin, opened up to the world what he told dictator Paul Biya, with regards to the atrocities committed on the Federal Republic of Ambazonia.

Le Jeune Mbella Mbella, Interior Minister of LRC, was the latest streak of loyalists who have come out to lament over the utterances made by HE Peter Henry Barlerin. In a somewhat crying press release dated Wednesday May, 2018, Le Jeune Mbella, said the Ambassador overstepped his grounds, to release to the press, all those discussed with Paul Biya.

According to the LRC Minister, it was diplomatically incorrect for the US Ambassador to tell the world, he requested for Paul Biya to begin thinking of the legacy he will leave behind.

“Our President has been democratically elected all the time. His legacies are already visible for everyone to see. It is needless for the US Ambassador to come to the press and speak as though the US wants to interfere with the democratic process of Cameroun,” Le Jeune Mbella told a local TV in Yaounde.
LRC Bullies US Ambassador, Builds Fertile Grounds For US’ Radar
The Press Release that somewhat bullies at the US Ambassador, and by extension, the United States of America, could draw the attention of the world over unmasking the malicious activities taking place in Cameroun. Perhaps, this is the Achilles heel, needed by the US to point the geopolitical radar on LRC, and investigate deeply what the Biya regime is hiding.
There’s no gain saying that what the Ambassador Peter Henry Barlerin said was the undiluted truth. Such truth has always been blanketed been the LRC regime, with diplomats always playing the Pontus Pilate role, when commenting on atrocities in the country.

Hence, diplomatic clairvoyance can prophesy that the US will turn their radar to Cameroun and dig deep into the hidden truth and act accordingly. Paul Biya and his cohorts, may just have opened the pandora box for international community to clear the smoke screen portrayed over the years.

By Lucas Muma,

Managing Editor – BaretaNews
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