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This call for a sort of broad based government is a smoke screen to contend his usual allies of the NUDP, UPC and MDR.He is surely going to award a few more seats in the rerun to make them look respectable to the international community.The SDF is ruled out by the qualifying phrase that follows the offer.After all La Republique has never considered this vanguard democratic party as being in a position to contribute to nation building.
The boot-licking Southern Cameroonians whose campaign thrust in the special constituencies was that they would be PM upon a victory should be sweating it out now as there is only one PM for about ten such constituencies in the Southern Cameroons.Of these fraud ridden enclaves only the Santa mafia lost out to the Chairman of the SDF and are now licking their wounds.
As for the "disHounrable" CPDM MPs, they need to fortify their consiences as they await the bill for he prolongation of Biya's mandate which was after all the meam objectt of the do or die fraudulent machine that was put in place to assure the wide majority. It could not at all be for some elusive greater achievements as claimed.What a shame that it should take 25 yrs for Biya to realise that planned liberalism failed in the early days of his regime and the more recent greater achievements battle cry has equally collapsed. And all along with very comfortable majorities in successive parliaments and an ever supportive judiciary.
Following on the heels of the Prolongation bill will be anticipated Presidential confirmation in the name of eletions.This has to take place before ELECAM can be allowedd to go functional.That is the master plan so those who sold the future of their children for an immaginary PM or Ministerial appointment should start shading tears now.


I think the SDF should take a ministerial post and set an example.Then will Cameroonians trust them more. That's democracy in the Western World. Most governments are founded on coalition basis. The situation is such that, advocating for a boycott of parliament will bring no fruits. Has history not thought us this lesson?.We already know the devil of Biya, but yet to know the angel angel NJFD claims to be and worst still "the messaih" SCNC claims to be.

Tchouteu Janvier


The vast majority of the Kamerunian people are aware of the historical revelation that change is inevitable in Kamerun. Still this craving for change since 1910 has not brought about the realisation of the new kamerun. We have all been victims in this difficult, traitorous and unsuccessful drive for change. The execution of our first nationalist leaders (Martin Paul Samba and Rudolf Duala Manga Bell) by the German colonial army in 1914, our indifference over their loss, our quiet acceptance of the partition of Kamerun and the methodical suppression and brainwashing of our nationalism were all indications to herald the difficulties that lay ahead for the Kamerunian struggle.

Yes, we were in a state of lethargy for three decades after partition, a lethargy that left us without the enthusiasm and an organized force to repudiate the imposed partition of our land. We had a resurgence of our nationalism in both British and French Kameruns, which assumed a union character by advocating for reunification, independence, freedom, liberty, development of both territories. Yet, it was a popular desire for change fraught with division and self-centeredness of uncommitted leaders and external maneuvers by the colonial powers. Today, we know that the outcome of that second phase of the Kamerunian struggle was a partially reunited and quasi-independent Kamerun, where its French-speaking union nationalist got eliminated, exiled or subjugated; its English speaking union nationalists became excluded and cowed into timidity and where a Neo-colonialists French-imposed system was put in place under the regimes of Ahidjo and Biya. The first Kamerunian president, his collaborators and French masters had little or no knowledge and regard of the true aspirations of the Kamerunian people. Therefore, in no way could we have expected the Ahidjo regime and its successor the Biya regime to deliver Kamerunians to the change that they have been craving for since 1910. It is clear that the foundation of the independent and reunited Kamerun was defective even before the nation was born in 1961. Kamerun’s independence was defective because it was realized under the usurper Ahidjo regime and France without the consent of the majority of Kamerunians who constitute the force of our union nationalism.

If the usurper leaders could not kill in themselves all the values, thought patterns and habits imbued by their French overlords, then how could we have expected them to lead Kamerunians to live the values and pattern of change that would lead to the new and desirable society of our dreams. Kamerun has never had its destiny in its own hands since the creation of the entity. Imperialistic French designs in the guise of the French-imposed system, the complicity of the Ahidjo and Biya regimes, and the unpatriotic, unscrupulous and smug complacent nature of the Kamerunian people have all contributed to cloud the Kamerunian dream for an authentic change (the creation of the desirable society). In order for us to realize such a demanding task, we require the best combination of reasoning, enthusiasm and rational desire. It is the concerted efforts at interpreting, manifesting and applying those forces that affects the wind of change in Kamerun today.

May 26, 1990 marked a turning point in the history of the reunified Kamerun. The corrupt, oppressive, discriminatory, nonchalant, unpatriotic and incompetent rule of the Ahidjo-Biya regimes under the French-imposed oligarchic system became opposed across the national territory. Kamerunians were determined to become a part of the worldwide wind of change generated by Mikhail Gorbachev’s policy of Glasnost and Perestroika in the Soviet Union. “Enough is enough”, “We want democracy, freedom, and liberty”, were some of the chants that illuminated the protest marches across the national territory. Kamerunians were no longer prepared to continue allowing a nepotistic, ethnocentric, oligarchic, corrupt and neo-colonialist system under the Biya regime and its French backers to determine the course of our destiny. We were vocal in our determination not to allow any more the weight of decades of oppression, misinformation and misguided policies to drain us of our dynamism and deprive us from realizing our century-old dream of a progressive Kamerun. It was a popular aspiration which called on kamerunians to discard the wrong aspects of our past and build a new, totally and completely positive Kamerun. It was our vocal determination not to be left behind in the worldwide wind of change that promised to realize a free society of nations. Five years after we took that historic step in the third phase of the Kamerun struggle, we are nowhere close to the change or the power that is the lever to realize it .Our potentially great nation is being left behind in the race to technological civilization and the trappings of human and material progress due to the steadfastness of the anti-people system. However, what is most worrying is that, at this early stage of the struggle, the forces for change are more divided than they were before 1990. What went wrong?

Five years after, it has become clear for all to see that we have betrayed the drive towards change. We wanted change without ensuring a fundamental change of our mentalities, which had been badly infected during the years of political lethargy. Yes, we wanted change when we had not humanized our dehumanized selves. The change we wanted was only in words. We failed to react, respond and feel to the new demands of change as a renewed and reinvigorated people. That is why we could not detach ourselves from the more blinding aspects of our irrational desires as against reasoning and enthusiasm. We have not fully braced ourselves to throw away the influences of the past years of colonialism, political lethargy, despondence, dishonesty, cynicism and distrust that had gripped the noble Kamerunian soul. Our desire for change has almost been defeated by the open and hidden enemies of change, because of our empty phrases, feeble actions and divided ranks. The enemies of the people have pervaded our midst, ebbed away our energy and actions, denigrated our objectives and poisoned our minds.

But then, who are these enemies of the people?

Simply, they are the criminals to the progressive Kamerunian spirit, the obstacles to the realisation of the century old Kamerunian dream for a desirable society. Amongst the enemies of the people are the anti-union nationalists, the pseudo-intellectuals, the unscrupulous politicians, the verminous businesspersons, the oblivious functionaries, neurotic leaders and even we the struggling masses.

1) The anti-union nationalists can be found in and out the government of Paul Biya. They are anti-union nationalists in the sense that they do not share the century old Kamerunian dream permeated by progressive Kamerunian concepts that is aimed at creating a genuine bilingual character for the nation, a dream with a dedication to bridge the gap in the development of both the English and French speaking territories, and with a commitment to realize a new, desirable and humanized Kamerunian mentality from the different breeds of thoughts and actions of its Anglophone and Francophone children.

2) The pseudo-intellectuals are anti-union nationalist with the extra cloak of advanced learning. The fact that they are detached from the Kamerunian dream subjects their high learning to misuse. These pseudo-intellectuals defend the shortcomings of their personal, family, clique, ethnic, linguistic and cultural attachments in the system, through unjustifiable lies that defames the cause. Found at all levels in the Kamerunian society, they easily ally with both the internal and external forces against the people. They dominate the present regime, having failed to make their high learning compatible with the Kamerunian reality, in the demands of progress. They have never interpreted ideas, conveyed opinions and worked for the true aspirations of the people during the past four decades. These pseudo-intellectuals led by Paul-Biya are the greatest junks to the practical progress of this nation. They have distinguished themselves as those who have been spectacular in one field, but who for the sake of publicity and self-interest, expound beyond the limits of their talents and knowledge, and seek to educate, convince and win over the uninformed and undecided on subjects far beyond their scope. While engaging in this deception, these pseudo-intellectuals are aware of the fact that they are being believed and respected as intellectuals due to their academic achievements and ratings in their true fields. The fact that they go ahead to expound on the fields much beyond their scope and grasp, while knowing that they know little, and also knowing that the people do not know that they know little beyond their true fields, makes them criminals to the progressive Kamerunian spirit. During the past four decades, the anti-union nationalists have been working with the pseudo-intellectuals and the French powerhouse to give Kamerunians a false concept of themselves and to derail and delay the fundamental changes that we have been craving for.

3) Kamerunian politicians manifest the inner contradictions that have gripped our political scene during the past five decades. Many will agree with me that most of our politics is a juxtaposition of anti-francophone practices, anti-Anglophone tendencies, ethnocentrism, regionalism, elitism, demagoguery and self-interest. Few of our political leaders are union nationalists at heart even though the Kamerunian spirit is instinctively proud of the Kamerunian identity and upholds the dream of a desirable Kamerunian society. The different politicians and political groupings are very much a reflection of the extent of their embracement of these contradictory values. All the same, few of our politicians have indicated their true positions over the different concepts. Many insincerely identify themselves with popular political groupings whose ideologies they do not share. A look at these politicians can give us insights into the dilemma union nationalists are facing in the struggle.

• The Francophiles or Anglophobes are those politicians who have an excessive fondness of French values, customs, people, institutions and/or manners. In their over-zealousness, they jealously or regretfully defend their fondness for anything French by being Anglophobes in rhetoric and actions. Besides being Francophiles, these politicians are openly ethnocentric, nepotistic and self-centered. It is clear for all to see that Francophiles have overwhelming dominated the system through the Ahidjo and Biya regimes.
• The counterparts of the Francophiles are the Anglophiles or Francophobes. They also share the ethnocentric, nepotistic and self-centeredness of the Francophiles. They have been very much excluded from the country’s political life just as much as the union nationalists have. But many of them have or had hidden their anti-French tendencies for the benefits and opportunities offered by the French-imposed system. The fact that these Francophiles and Anglophiles have snuggled themselves into all the major political groupings makes it difficult for the realisation of change, because they pose as the major dividing force in the country. In the most unfortunate accident in our history, Kamerun has been dominated by the minority regimes of Francophiles and their Anglophone collaborators, a nightmarish governance that has ruined our country to the pathetic state that it is today. It is the responsibility of all true union nationalists to find an acceptable way to mitigate the effects of our bitterness, and the distrust that exists between some in our English and French speaking communities.
• An insult to the progressive minds of Kamerunians are the group of politicians whose political parties are out to secure individual, tribal or group interest, politicians who openly flaunt their disregard for the collective Kamerunian interest. The MDR of Diakolle Diasalla, the renegade UPC of Augustine Kodock, the PDC, etc dominate this group.
• Kamerunians are also aware of another ambiguous group of politicians who have also snuggled themselves into popular political groups that have a national character and are regarded as the true guarantors of change. These so-called friends of the people are the most heinous of Judases who have concealed their vast selfish designs and traits of Francophilism, Anglophilism, tribalism, ethnocentrism and regionalism behind the general phrase of working for the interest of the people. Scratch them and you will find the enemies of the people, their true selves. However, their impatience and the goodwill of nature shall soon force them out of the mainstream of the struggle.

The people whose dreams have been betrayed, and whose enthusiasm and dignity have been undermined, should know that unless these pillars of reaction, conservatism and deceit are overthrown or rendered impotent, we would always find ourselves held back in our efforts for change. It should be understood that these forces against change would persist in their deceptive ways in order to maintain their selfish interests and biased motives. That would make it impossible for the struggling Kamerunian masses to overcome their oppression and trauma, forcing us to make only desperate, unintelligent and futile protests and resistances. Our interest lies in our total commitment to effectively support the true friends of the people, the authentic union nationalists.

4) Another enemies of the people are the unscrupulous businesspersons whose game plan is to prevail economically through unlawful means. They make excessive profits through tax evasion, extortion, defrauding, profiteering, racketeering, double-dealing and complicity in the wanton destruction and sale of the country’s resources. These unscrupulous businesspersons are indifferent to the fact that they are running the country down. The fact that they are in alliance with the unscrupulous Biya regime and that they dread any change that would require them to do clean business makes them enemies of the cause for a new Kamerun. Most of their cash are stashed in foreign banks because they fear the inevitable change. A critical look at the activities of the unscrupulous businesspersons reveals that they drain rather than contribute to the economy of Kamerun. They should be discouraged or legally destroyed. They are scum to the progressive business spirit, and pose as a major obstacle to change and modernization. It should be noted that they are setting a bad precedence to the humanized and progressive businesspersons who would emerge from the new system that would emerge from change, businesspersons whose economic activities would also be out to alleviate the standards of the Kamerunian people.

5) No less a powerful obstacle to change is the functionary. For forty years, it has been so easy for radical nationalists, intellectuals, honest managers and competent administrators to be transformed into government functionaries who console themselves with the thought that they are working for the people and doing well within the framework of office routine in the corrupt system. They are using this professed goodness to justify their political inertia and compliance with the policies of the Biya-regime. The fact that these functionaries have given their unconditional allegiance to the French-imposed system and Biya regime makes it difficult for them to wrestle their much-deserved interest from the government. This self-created difficulty emanates from the simple fact that these functionaries always believed that there was a holy alliance between them and the regimes, an alliance which demanded that they defend the system even though it had become irredeemably bad. Even though we all know that the Biya regime has unilaterally broken the alliance, these functionaries are still in political inertia. Because they too have been enemies of the people in their actions and opponents of change in their bygone interests, they now find it difficult to heed the general call for change and join the people from whose ranks they come from. This timidity and foolish pride from the functionaries only helps to stall the wind of change, even though reality calls for an alliance between them and the people.

6) Leadership problems have been Kamerun’s infantile malady since reunification and independence. The fact that its genuine leaders who had the support of its people were massacred, exiled, sidelined and cowed into submission by the French and the puppet Ahidjo and Biya regimes left us with the curse of false leaders. Yes, the past four decades have indicated that. The leadership spectrum in Kamerun is a conflict of four types of leaders:

• We have the bad leaders whose leaderships have done much to destroy the way of life and the progressive values of the Kamerunian people. The usurper president in Kamerun is a bad leader in the classic sense of the word, and rivals his predecessor in that domain. Lesser bad leaders are comic Kamerunian political figures like Augustine Kodock, Gustav Esaka, Diakolle Diasala, Achidi Achu, Woungly Masaga and Bello Bouba Miagari.
• Also dominant in Kamerun’s political scene are the brilliant leaders. These leaders made themselves appealing to the people even despite their true intentions and convictions. They are the demagogues and renegades to the ideals they associate with. Towering in this group are figures like Ahidjo, Solomon Tandeng Muna, Mayi Matip, Hogbe Nleng, Musonge Peter and other noisy but insignificnt political figures around. Less conspicuous are the renegades of the people’s parties who are posing as union nationalists.
• Not absent in the political game are the intelligent political figures. They get over the people and their values, and defy their beliefs through political maneuvers that only serve their interest. The intelligent leader make the people to think, look and work in the direction that is to his interest, ego and conviction, sometimes combining his efforts with handouts and other inauthentic benevolent gestures. It is unfortunate that many Kamerunians have been brainwashed to cherish these handouts. Ahidjo and his disciples led by Bello Bouba Maigari are the masters of this deception.
• What Kamerun has mostly been deprived of are the wise leaders. These leaders are realistic in their dealings with the people. They understand the people’s plights, hopes, fears, strengths, weaknesses, and try to help them to realize their dreams. These are the true friends of the people, the true union nationalists from the times of Martin Paul Samba to the generations of the historic UPC leaders and over to our contemporary times. Unfortunately, for the Kamerunian struggle, none of the wise leaders have ever been allowed to harness the support of the majority of Kamerunians to lead the country. We hold the French and the puppet regimes of Ahidjo and Biya, responsible for that.

7) Depressing as it may sound, another set of enemies of the people is the self-centered flag bearers. These are our artists, players, writers, scientists and representatives of Kamerun abroad who in the quest for glory conceal the plight of the Kamerunian people behind the façade of success. They would not stand by the people if it means working against their interests at home and abroad.

8) To be honest with ourselves, we the struggling masses are also posing as an obstacle to change. We have desired for the destruction of the corrupt, degrading, oppressive and inhuman French-imposed system without ridding ourselves of the recognized wrong habits, values and mentalities that we picked up from the system. We have not even begun to live, think and work in the patterns that are required of us by the new society that we intend to build. It is possible that even if we get rid of the present system, we may find ourselves incapable of instituting the complete change that we need, because most of us may continue to think, act and live in the ways that the puppet regimes have deformed our minds into doing. In many ways, our words alone have changed without a corresponding change in ourselves. For us to realize our dreams, we are expected to match our change in words with a change in thought patterns and actions. Or else, we would remain our own worst enemies.

A sincere review of the political activities in Kamerun since May 26, 1990 reveals that the movement for change has encountered temporary setbacks in the third phase of the Kamerunian struggle. The setbacks are due to the actions of the anti-nationalists, the pseudo-intellectuals, the unscrupulous politicians, the verminous businesspersons, the oblivious functionaries, the neurotic leaders with a fair degree of intelligence, brilliancy and ruthlessness, as well as the struggling masses suffering from incomprehension. Without clearing our ranks, without being conscious of discipline and enforcing it all the more, without reassessing our commitments and objectives, and without humanizing our dehumanized selves, we may be compelled to wander a little longer in the wilderness of aimlessness, futility and incomprehension. An even when we get to the inevitable, change, we may be surprised to find that we can not harness our potentials to the fullest, because of our old ties to the dehumanizing post-independence mentality and system.

NOVEMBER 24, 1994

Tchouteu Janvier


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Cameroon Tribune (Yaoundé)

17 August 2007
Posted to the web 17 August 2007

Martin a Nkemngu

The outgoing Israeli Ambassador to Cameroon, Benny Omer at the end of a state audience at Unity Palace spoke of his admiration for President Paul Biya whom he described as a statesman " who has done for his country what many leaders haven't done."

The Israeli diplomat who has spent four years in Cameroon cited, among other things, the peaceful settlement of the Bakassi border conflict with neighbouring Nigeria and the establishment of a democratic culture among the achievements that make President Biya stand out as a man of vision for his country.

Such statements are not limited to the Israeli diplomat. Several others like him, have made important declarations about the tremendous achievements made by the government and the great potentials that give Cameroon the possibility of becoming one of the richest countries in Africa. For example, the former U.S Ambassador, Neils Marquardt spoke of Cameroon as having potential resources that if judiciously exploited could make ours the richest country in Africa outside South Africa. In the same vein, Patricia de Mowbray, former Coordinator of the United Nations systems in Cameroon summarised aptly like this : "Your country has all that is needed for its development ; your country therefore will be what you want it to be " The Chinese and German ambassadors have re-echoed the same message about over rich potentials.

Indeed all diplomats are unanimous that Cameroon possesses some of the greatest human and material potentials that can make it an Eldorado. Some skeptics may dismiss such declarations as mere diplomatic jargon couched with niceties to please the ears of politicians. But a careful examination reveals that there is truth in what they say. Afterall, we are also aware that some of these diplomats have been very frank and some times "undiplomatic" in their open criticism of certain issues. There is therefore reason to believe what they say and ask ourselves why it has not been possible for us to fully exploit our existing potentials and improve the wellbeing of our people.

For sustainable development to take place in Cameroon several fundamental options must be addressed.

Firstly, there must be the political will to fully democratise our society. In fact, President Biya has reassured Cameroonians of this by stating that, "the one party system is a thing of the past" and voiced his readiness to seek the convergence of forces from different political backgrounds for higher interest of the state.

Secondly, there has to be intensification of the fight against corruption and the promotion of good governance so that there will be probity in the management of public affairs.

Thirdly, there should be a reform of our fiscal policy to encourage small and medium size ventures and by so doing, provide employment for thousands of our unemployed youths.

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Fourthly, government has to improve road and communications infrastructure to facilitate evacuation of produce from farm to market and contacts between stakeholders in various domains.

Finally, action should be taken to reform our judiciary such that foreign investors can have confidence that there is the legal framework to protect their investments in our country.

When these issues are fully addressed, then the ground would be set for our economic take off which should transform our enormous potentials into concrete achievements and put Cameroon on the path of sustainable development in a modern world.


Mr Nkemngu Martin,
With all these potentials and ideas, what or who stops the government from moving forward in realising these lofty objectives? Is there a war raging on in the country that could be an obstacle to progress?

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