Supporters of Biya are planning to disrupt Maurice Kamto’s meeting in France.
The president of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) will hold a meeting in France on February 1st. But he will have to face the Anti BAS Brigade. This movement in turn intends to obstruct the CRM
meeting following the example of the behavior of members of the Anti-Sardinard Brigade (BAS).
The Anti BAS Brigade intends to prevent Maurice Kamto from holding its meeting in Paris, on February 1, 2020. According to members of this movement, the BAS has continued to humiliate the President of the
Republic of Cameroon during his trips to the foreign land. Particularly in Geneva in June 2019, in Lyon and in Paris respectively in October and November of the same year.
Ransack of republican institutions
“The BAS tore, burned and trampled on the flag, destroyed the embassies and disrupted the stays of the Cameroonian Head of State, his excellency Mr. Paul Biya, democratically elected President of the Republic”,
regrets the Anti BAS Brigade, in a press release published on January 8, 2020.
Objectives of the Anti-BAS Brigade
Its president, Emmanuel Mbombog Mbog Matip says he wants to let the world know that it is Paul Biya who is the legitimate elected President in Cameroon.
Indeed, he demands a national apology from the BAS, a movement which he presents as having been founded by Maurice Kamto. If this requirement is not observed, “Maurice Kamto’s meeting will be disrupted on
February 1, 2020 in Paris by patriots, nationalists and republicans in the diaspora”.
The lesson to be inflicted on Maurice Kamto
It will also be an opportunity for the opponent, “to know what his excellency Paul Biya feels when the BAS has often disrupted his stays as Head of State and President of the Republic of Cameroon democratically
elected”, underlines the communiqué.
If the BAS activists do not present their méa-culpa, there is no doubt that Maurice Kamto will experience a great shame on February 1st in Paris. “Who spits in the air, receives through their noses” can never be said
By Subiru Madina