Monday, 11 June 2018

Ambazonia: These Are The Biggest Fears of Paul Biya

By giving injunction on May 30, regional delegates to the national security, to control all vehicles, even those of the administration and the army, the delegate general to the national security, highlights the suspicions of the tenant d 'Etoudi.

Even if he does not say it openly, the radio message sent by Martin Mbarga Nguelle, to his regional collaborators, on May 30, exposes the fears of the President Paul Biya, as for the possible infiltrations of men or military equipment in Cameroon.

Taking the "current security context" as a pretext, the General Delegate for National Security (Dgsn) jeopardizes all the advantages and immunities enjoyed by administrative and military vehicles, when they pass through "checkpoints", or at conventional roadside checks.
Ambazonia: These Are The Biggest Fears of Paul Biya
So many prerogatives that allowed them to develop parallel activities, not always in step with the regulations in force. We still remember the soap opera Basile Atangana Kouna, who, under a ban from out of Cameroon, managed to flee to Nigeria.

Landed at the head of the Ministry of Water and Energy, during the government reorganization of March 2, he understood that his future was now in Kodengui. Former agent of the Directorate General for External Research (Dgre), he allegedly used, according to some indiscretions, his relations within the Cameroonian secret service, to cross the land border between Cameroon and Nigeria. 

Even if he had "disguised himself as a young woman," as some people have suggested, it is obvious that he would never have succeeded in doing so without the laissez-passer for men at the checkpoints.

The same correspondence addressed to the regional delegates to the national security, highlights the "concern to avoid opportunistic penetrations of dangerous people and materials in Cameroon". A legitimate fear, which brings up to date the suspicions of collisions between some elements of the defense forces with Boko Haram on the one hand, and the militias that rage in the Northwest and the Southwest on the other hand. Suspicions about possible supply of these groups by some "big heads" of the Republic.

Which would become difficult if the Dgsn's orders to "systematically check the records of all cars (even those of the administration and the army, Editor's note), and to identify their occupants in an efficient manner", are respected at the letter, and without exception none.

Reading this document, written "on very high instructions of the Head of State", one is also entitled to think that the Biya regime gives reason to those who have always denounced foreign interference, both in the war against Boko Haram, than the current one against secessionists. And, the recent exit of the US ambassador to Cameroon, Peter Henry Barlerin, did not reassure the defenders of this thesis.

Worse, the diplomat used the usual arguments of Westerners, when they want to invade a country: "crimes against humanity, violations of human rights, longevity in power." What to think the tenant of Etoudi.

Source -- Camer.be
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