President Biya calls for national unity

President Paul Biya announces that in the health context, the festivities planned for the national holiday, this Wednesday, May 20, cannot be held. Announcement during a 20-minute televised radio speech Tuesday evening. Message in which he also calls for the sacred union of all Cameroonians to fight the pandemic.

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The first thing I would like to say to you today is not to panic, and not to believe the false information conveyed by social networks in particular. In today’s fight, the government will work to continue the fight against any instrumentalization or political, economic or social exploitation of this tragedy. As you can see, it will take a lot of effort to fight the Covid-19, which can become a threat to the instability of our states. We must remain a united, united and disciplined people. I therefore appeal to a kind of sacred union of all the living forces of the nation. Let us devote all our energies to the fight against this common enemy.

Paul Biya, Cameroonian president

In a press release issued on the occasion of the national holiday, the opponent Maurice Kamto, who still presents himself as the elected president of the country, denounces the cacophony at the top of the State around the decision to cancel the ceremonies of 20 may. The opponent also wonders about the meaning to give to national unity, when in the North West and South West regions. ” Citizens are brutalized, abused and thrown in prison He wrote. A unit now in danger, according to Maurice Kamto.

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