Sunday, 17 June 2018

Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: "Paul Biya Will Be Swept" Says Patrice Nganang

The Cameroonian-American writer Patrice Nganang arrested and expelled from Cameroon for his threats against the head of state was the guest of "64 minutes the world in French" on TV5 Monde.

It was for the promotion of his book entitled "The English Revolt, trials of freedom, prison and exile" (Editions Tcham) which has just been banned from marketing throughout the Cameroonian territory.

Speaking of the Anglophone crisis, the writer was very hard on the Yaoundé regime. According to him, "Paul Biya will be swept away" because he said the people were hijacked his regime.
Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: "Paul Biya Will Be Swept" Says Patrice Nganang
Patrice Nganang is today known within the opinion as a very controversial figure. Its proximity to the fictitious republic of Ambazonia is no longer a secret.

On Afrik Inform online television last March, the "concierge of the Republic" had clearly suggested "I am an Ambazonian", before adding "I do not hide it at all. I will be happy to have the passport of Ambazonia »

Found below the 7.16 minutes of interview granted by Patrice Nganang to the international television channel TV5 MONDE.
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