Monday, 22 October 2018

Paul Biya Must Go - Anglophones Refuses To Join The Francophones In Protests Against Biya

Divided opinion among Cameroonians over electoral fraud protests, as English speaking Cameroonians refuse to join their French speaking counterparts in street protests against President Biya's alleged stolen victory.

The anglophones say when their brothers are being killed, the Francophones never cried foul, but added more injury to their pains by calling them Anglofools.

They have thus vowed not to get involved in the ongoing political drama involving the incumbent President Paul Biya who sources claim won an overwhelming victory in the Oct. 7 election, where the opposition coalition leader Professor Maurice Kamto too claims he is the winner.
Paul Biya Must Go - Anglophones Refuse To Join The Francophones In Protests Against Biya
Protests against President Biya's victory started in the US, after the Constitutional Court rejected all 18 petitions submitted by various opposition leaders, denouncing electoral fraud and calling for a partial or total cancellation of the Oct 7 Presidential election.

On Saturday, the protest continued in Germany, while yesterday, Cameroonians in Canada gathered in Montreal to take over.

Back home, a protest planned by Jean Michel Nintcheu of the Social Democratic Front was aborted after Nintcheu and Edith Kah Wallah were put under house arrest, to stop them from going to lead the crowd of protesters who answered present, to walk the streets and reject President Biya's victory.

The results of the election will be read today Oct. 22nd, despite the many controversies surrounding the election
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