Reliable reports have said the chairman of the U.S. Congress foreign affairs committee, Eliot L. Engel, has seized U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Kelly Craft, for a UN independent investigation into the crimes perpetrated in the Southern Cameroons. But, we learned from our sources, Paris is doing everything to prevent this commission of inquiry from being deployed.
It is fear of this UN commission that the power of Yaounde, probably under dictation of France, multiplies acts lately to prove that the situation returns to normal. The staging of the return of 87 refugees (in reality, they are not) from Nigeria organized on December 31 last by the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, without the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees participated, is part of the logic of showing the international community that everything is gradually returning to normal. Just as the use of the former General separatist Nambere (which did not conduct any battle in the field) as gadget end of hostilities in the Southern Cameroons.
More and more, you will see circulating on social networks in the days and weeks to come, information concocted by the black cabinets of the Yaoundé regime, like “the army is raking and a hundred terrorists neutralized”, like “100 secessionist terrorists are laying down their arms and going to the Republic”, like “the population is fed up with the atrocities of the secessionists and are rising up”. Proof if it was still needed that the signs of despair are already perceptible and that the power of Yaoundé panics.
By Michel Biem Tong,