Le Monde news site A French news site has pointed out that Cameroonians lack the desire to live together like one people. After all, they are not one, it has added.
Le Monde Afrique made the statement at the backdrop of the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon.
A nation is bound by two factors: A common past and the desire to live together, the site has revealed.
But Cameroon is missing both factors. The 35-year-old regime is unable to make the people feel at home.
A great part of Southern cameroons doesn't feel as if they belong in Cameroon, the news site has said. Some observers could embrace the assertion, given that hate speeches are still commonplace in both Francophone and Anglophone Cameroon.
Words and phrases like "les Bamenda", "francofools" are yet to disappear from the lexicon of so-called united Cameroon.
This is coming at a very crucial period, when Cameroon has to organize several elections while battling with the Anglophone crisis and Boko Haram.
And it's very unlikely that Mr Biya will step down at the end of his current mandate in a bit to avoid throwing the nation into chaos.