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It is hard to even comprehend Biya's stream of consciousness as he vacillated from one contradiction to the next. The man is tottering on the borders of senile decay. Hear Biya in his own words: "Talking about dialogue per se, the issue has always been, with whom?" And then he goes on to say: "The dialogue, which will be chaired by the Prime Minister, Head of Government, will bring together a wide range of personalities: parliamentarians, politicians, opinion leaders, intellectuals, economic operators, traditional authorities, religious authorities, members of the diaspora, etc. Representatives of the Defence and Security Forces, armed groups and victims will also be invited." You really need to read the speech to know that Biya was not addressing Cameroonians; he was trying to placate the international community.

Read the below post leaked from the CENPA forum by a member who is disgusted at the meanness of the Cameroon English Language press that has completely lost value, impulsed in the merchant journalism direction by the Publisher of The Guardian Post, Ngah Christian Mbipgo*

"CENPA members,
after due concertations with the President and members of the Exco, we have decided to share what is in the coffers, that is FCFA 2,300,000 to all members of CENPA.
Whenever the pledge from Mayor Ekema comes, it will be kept in the coffers.
We have realised that Movement to yde from GZ may not be possible in the next two weeks.

From 1972-2018, Cameroon has earned $618 billion from Ambazonia crude oil sales with nothing to show for it. And Biya is killing our people because he wants to continue this theft at all cost. Would Abraham Johnson Batey Batey and sundry ranting SW provincialists and self-elected managers of the SW estate blame the graffi man for these unsettling statistics?
In the early 1990s, during an interview with state-owned CRTV, Jean Assoumou, then General Manager of the National Hydrocarbons Corporation aka SNH said the money from the sale of Cameroon’s crude oil was so complicated that only he and President Biya can understand it. He refused to disclose how many barrels of oil per day Cameroon produced as well as how much oil revenue Cameroon was earning. That was then; now thanks to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), Cameroonians now know that from 1972-2018, Cameroon has earned a jaw-dropping $618 billion from crude oil sales. And this oil has come from Ndian Division in the Southwest region of Ambazonia. 

The 10th edition of the Cameroon Business Forum (CBF) opens  today Monday, March 19, 2019 in Douala the country's economic capital, chaired by  Prime Minister  Joseph Dion Ngute.

The Cameroonian government rejects the unilateral increase in the prices of beverages decided by the brewing companies.

Cameroonian writer, pan Africanist and Executive Director of AFRICAphonie, Mwalimu George Ngwane, has been elected to the African Advisory Committee of the International Minority Rights Group Africa as member of Board of Trustees.

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