Paul Biya is today a wise man. He knows very well that we can not kill thousands of Cameroonians in the 21st century without responding to justice. This is the message that the old (supposedly wise) president has been trying for months to pass to his entourage on the risk of arrests that always accompany badly negotiated regime falls. A warned man is worth two and the word, hello!
I strongly testify that President Paul Biya has known for a long time that it is impossible to kill thousands of citizens without reprisals and especially without having to report to justice. The most telling and most anticipated evidence was the withdrawal of his children from American universities for France, suggesting that they were attending ENAM.
Similarly, I say that Paul Biya has recently escaped a formal arrest in Geneva and knows that he will be arrested for far-fetched reasons if he is engaged in an imaginary altercation. All his travels abroad are now stamped with the seal of absolute anonymity.
Paul Biya has already educated members of his entourage about this situation with an emphasis on the fact that he is not the only concerned because all the members of the regime are in the line of fire. So naturally he could not go to Japan. The members of the regime will try to force him with a Bluff blow that cost the Cameroonian taxpayers dear, considering the important mobilization that was made in the false perspective of this trip (advanced mission of 50 people in Japan and rental of a plane with Japanese crew).
Since then, the presidency, which then reported on 23 August, that Paul Biya would take part in the Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) in Yokohama, gave no justification for this visit. abortive and expensive, leaving room for speculation of all kinds.
In short, Paul Biya’s message to those around him has passed. If you do not arrange the doglit that you have installed in the country, then you, who like so much to spend the money of the Cameroonians abroad, you will not be able anymore to leave this country. And the vice is tightening because all Cameroonians can appreciate the determination of the Diaspora and especially these lists that are regularly published and enumerate responsible people who must make throat.
Here are some great lists that have already crossed the media sphere as a forerunner:
1- List of 27 personalities of the regime the United States want to punish.
– Paul AtangaNji, Minister of Territorial Administration
– Joseph BetiAssomo, Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of Defense;
– Galax Yves Landry Etoga, Secretary of State for Defense in charge of the Gendarmerie SED)
– Martin MbargaNguele, General Delegate to the National Security (police chief)
– Jean de Dieu Momo, Minister Delegate to the Minister of State in charge of Justice
– Lieutenant -General Rene Claude Meka, Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces;
– Major General Saly Mohamadou, Commander of the 2nd Joint Military Region
– Brigadier General Toungue Elias, Commander of the 2nd Gendarmerie Region;
– Brigadier General Jules César Essoh, Commander of the 5th Gendarmerie Region;
– Colonel Emile Joel Bamkoui, Head of the Division of Military Security at the Ministry of the
– Lieutenant-Colonel Jerome-Francis Nko’o Ella, Commander of Operation Jackal.
– Adolphe Lélé Lafrique, Governor of the Anglophone North West Region;
– Bernard Okalia Bilai, Governor of the Anglophone South West Region;
– Enow Abrams Egbe, President of the Electoral Council of Elections Cameroon (-ELECAM- electoral body in charge of the organization and supervision of elections in Cameroon);
– Eric Essousse, Director General of Elections Cameroon (-ELECAM- Electoral body in charge of the organization and supervision of elections in Cameroon)
– Clément Atangana, President of the Conseil Conseil Constitutionnel,
– Emile Essombe, Member of the Constitutional Council and President of the National Commission General Census of Votes of the presidential election of October 7, 2018
– Emmanuel Bonde, member of the Constitutional Council;
– Florence Rita Arrey, member of the Constitutional Council;
– Charles Etienne Lekene Donfack, member of the Constitutional Council;
– Joseph Marie Bipoum Woum, member of the Constitutional Council
– Paul Nchoji Nkwi, member of the Constitutional Council;
– Jean-Baptiste Baskouda, member of the Constitutional Council.
2- The list of 48 torturers (police, gendarmes and magistrates) in sight.
The list below is a melting pot of brains of torture, torturers and second-rate beneficiaries of torture.
– Martin MBARGA NGUELE General Delegate for National Security, Police.
– Yves Landry ETOGA GALAX Secretary of State for Defense in charge of the Gendarmerie, Diplomate.
– Leopold Maxime EKO EKO Director General of External Research, Police.
– General ELOKOBI Njock Daniel Central Director of the Coordination of the National Gendarmerie,
– Divisional Commissioner Jacques DILI Director of the Judicial Police, Police.
– Divisional Commissioner ESSOGO Raymond Regional Delegate of the National Security of the Littoral
– Divisional Commissioner PIGUI NGOSSO Eloi Gaëtan,
– Divisional Commissioner ONANA ATENGUENE Théophile Director of Information
– Colonel Joël Émilie BAMKOUI Commander of the Military Security, Gendarme.
– Commissioner NGOM PASSAM Christian Deputy Head of Studies, Coordination.
– Divisional Commissioner MEJABE JOHN ENONGUENE,
– Divisional Commissioner NDIE NGAH Jean-Marie Regional Delegate of National Security.
– Lieutenant-Colonel ERIC THADÉE ENGONO Government Commissioner at the Military Court.
– Lieutenant-Colonel MISSE MISSE NJONE Jacques Baudouin, Investigating Judge of the Military Court.
– Colonel ABEGA MBEZOA, Epse EKO EKO, President of the Yaoundé Military Court
– Divisional Commissioner HANDY Central Commissioner No.1, Yaoundé, Police.
– Lieutenant-Colonel MEM Michel Investigating Judge at the Yaounde Military Court, Magistrate.
– Édith Ondoua ATEBA, ambassador of Cameroon to Gabon.
– Lieutenant-Colonel MENGADA BELA Ignace Walter, Commander of the Gendarmerie Group.
– Squadron Leader BIALO Dieudonné Head of Service / Central Service for Forensic Research, Gendarme.
– Maréchal des Logis MENDO Thierry Central judicial research department at SED,
– Bodo Moise Guy Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– ASSAKO ABOO HERVÉ DIEUDONNÉ Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– OBONO Christian Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– Lieutenant ALO’O MBA Maxime Central judicial research service at SED, Gendarme.
– ABOMO Joséphine Noëlle Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– Marshal of Logis MENGONG Philemon Central judicial research department at the SED, Gendarme.
– MBANG MANGANG Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– NjoyaArmiahou Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– Baba Limane Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– Rodrigue BinedineIsmaela Central Service for judicial research at the SED, Gendarme.
– Lieutenant KAPYA Nana Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– TITA Jackson Central forensic investigation service at SED, Gendarme.
– Marshal of the Logis NYENTI DORIS EYONG Central Service of the judicial researches with the SED,
– FIONG Didier Christian Central Service of the judicial researches with the SED, Gendarme.
– Lieutenant-Colonel KAOLE ALEOKOL Raymond Central Service for Judicial Research at SED, Gendarme
– ENGOLO Central Service for Forensic Research at SED, Gendarme.
– MAC HOUSNI Central judicial research service at the SED,
– Gendarme. YANNICK NANG NANG Central judicial research service at the SED,
– Gendarme. BERNARD NDZANA Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– Warrant Officer EBODE LUC CYRILLE Central Judicial Research Service at the SED, Gendarme.
– PATRICK MBA Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– ISMAËLA ISMA Central judicial research service at the SED, Gendarme.
– Thierry AbinaAhanda, commander of the Coastal Gendarmerie Legion in Douala.
– MEDJO FREDY ARMAND, Former Regisseur of Kondengui Prison, Prison Administrator
3- Complete list of current members of the Government
– Prime Minister, Head of Government, Mr. Joseph Dion Nguté.
– Minister of State, Minister of Tourism and Recreation, Mr. Bello BoubaMaïgari.
– Minister of State, Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Mr. Laurent Esso.
– Minister of State, Minister of Higher Education, Jacques FameNdongo
– Minister of State, Secretary General of the Presidency, Ferdinand NgohNgoh
– Minister Deputy Secretary General: Mr. Elung Paul Che
– Minister Assistant Secretary General: Mr. Mohamadou Moustapha
– Director Civil Cabinet, Mr. Samuel MvondoAyolo
– Deputy Director: Mr. Oswald Baboké
– Minister Delegate to the Presidency, in charge of Defense, Mr. Joseph BetiAssomo
– Minister Delegate to the Presidency, Relations with the Assemblies FrancoisWakataBolvine
– Minister delegate superior state control, Ms. Mbah Acha Fomundang Rose Gwari.
– Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of Public Procurement, Mr. Ibrahim Talba Malla.
– Minister of Territorial Administration, Mr. Paul AtangaNji.
– Minister of Social Affairs, Mrs Kendeck Pauline Irene born Nguene.
– Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mr. Gabriel Mbairobe.
– Minister of Arts and Culture, Mr. BidoungKpwatt Ishmael.
– Minister of Commerce, Mr. MbargaAtangana Luc Magloire.
– Minister of Communication, Mr. René Emmanuel Sadi.
– Minister of Decentralization and Local Development, Georges ElangaObam
– Minister of Land Registry and Land Affairs, Mr. Henri EyebéAyissi.
– Minister of Water and Energy, Mr. Gaston ElondouEssomba.
– Minister of Economy, Planning and Development Mr. Alamine Ousmane Mey.
– Minister of Basic Education, Laurent Serge EtoundiNgoa.
– Minister of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries, Dr. Taiga.
– Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Mr. Issa Tchiroma Bakary.
– Minister of Secondary Education, Mrs. Pauline EgbeNalovaLyonga.
– Minister of the Environment, Sustainable Nature Conservation, Mr. Helé Pierre.
– Minister of Finance, Louis Paul Motaze.
– Minister of Public Service and Administrative Reform, Mr. Joseph Anderson LE.
– Minister of Forests and Wildlife, Mr. Jules Doret Ndongo.
– Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Ms. Celestine KetchaCourtès.
– Minister of Youth and Civic Education, Mr. Mounouna Foutsou.
– Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, Mr. Gabriel Dodo Ndonké
– Minister of SMEs, Social Economy and Crafts, Mr.AchilleBassilikin III.
– Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, Ms. Minette Libong Li Likeng.
– Minister of the advancement of women and the family, Mrs. Abena Ondoa born Obama Marie-Thérèse.
– Minister of Scientific Research and Innovation, Ms. Tchuinte Madeleine.
– Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Lejeune MbellaMbella.
– Minister of Public Health, Mr. Manaouda Malachie
– Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Mr. Narcisse MouelleKombi
– Minister of Transport, Mr. NgalléBibehe Jean Ernest Masséna.
– Minister of Labor and Social Security, Mr. Owona Gregoire.
– Minister of Public Works, Mr NganouDjoumessi
Deputy Ministers – Minister Delegate to the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development in charge of Rural Development, Mr AnangaMessina born Beyene Clémentine A.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Environment, nature conservation and sustainable development, Dr. Nana AboubakarDjalloh.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of Planning, Planning and Planning, Mr. PaulTasong Choutang.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of Finance, Mr. Yaouba Abdoulaye.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Mr. Jean de Dieu Momo.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of External Relations for Cooperation with the Commonwealth, Felix Mbayu.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of External Relations in charge of Cooperation with the Islamic World, Mr. AdoumGargoum.
– Minister Delegate to the Minister of Transport, Mr. NjoyaZakariou
– Ministers in charge of Mission to the Presidency of the Republic
– Mr. Paul GhoghomuMingo, Mr. Benoit NdongSoumhet, Mr. Hamidou Moustapha, Mr. Mengot Victor ArreyNkongho, Mr. MbargaMboa Philippe.
The Secretaries of State
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Defense, in charge of the National Gendarmerie, Yves Landry Etoga.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Defense, in charge of veterans and victims of war, Mr. Koumpa Issa.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Basic Education, Mrs. Kilo Vivian Asheri.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Secondary Education, in charge of normal education, Mr. Bayola Boniface.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, Mrs. Koulsoumi Alhadj, ep. Boukar.
– Secretary of State to the – Minister of Housing and Urban Development, in charge of housing, Ms. Dibong born Biyong Marie Rose.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, in charge of prison administration, Mr. DoohJéromePenbaga.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, FuhCalistus Gentry.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Public Health in charge of the fight against epidemics and pandemics, Mr. Alim Hayatou.
– Secretary of State to the Minister of Public Works in charge of roads, Mr. Armand Ndjodom.
4- The list of threat distributors on the media platforms.
The main characteristic of this group lies in the fact that these members have no power and no power of action, but enjoy enough crumbs that the regime gives them to defend themselves in the media, with lies and nonsense:
– Essomba Bengono
– JDD Momo
– Banda Kani
– Ernest Obama
– Sismondi Bidjocka
– Jean Jacques Nze
– Master Teguem
– Master Pensy
– Valerie Madengue,
– Claude Abate,
– Elie Zang-zang,
– Honore Ngomo, etc …
– Mr Meka
– Samuel Moth
– Anicet Ekane, Emmanuel Nkom
As you may have noticed, these lists sometimes seem not to contain the name of the main beneficiaries that can be located at the very top of the state and its main sponsor, France. To these lists it was necessary to join together all the members of this government who are in solidarity (as their mentor said) acts of the regime. In the same vein, this list will soon be accompanied by the list of judges who, by refusing to say the right for the Cameroonians, are really the main responsible for the complete decay of the Cameroonian society today.
Finally, by avoiding properly the trap of Japan, Paul Biya showed that he was an informed man. Some argue that he has drifted everyone but whatever we say, his message has arrived in the ears of those who take him hostage. A message that reminds that the risk of arrests of chaos officials in Cameroon are extremely high, especially abroad. A warned man is worth two and the word, hello!