Anti Biya activists in the diaspora demand president Biya to come out of his hiding if he is still alive.
On April 23, 2020, the Cameroonian Diaspora Council (CDD) published a communique similar to an ultimatum.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the president of Cameroon has been absent.
Ever since he “disappeared”, decisions of matter have been taken by members of his government on his instruction.
As a result, Cameroonians in the diaspora has taken upon themselves to change the situation.
On this, the Cameroonian compatriots in the diaspora denounced the cancellation of the celebration of National Unity Day of May 20.
To them it is a great historic day for the nation that can not be abandoned.
“An official note from the Secretariat General of the Presidency of the Republic of Cameroon, signed on April 22, 2020, came to confirm what the bruised people of Cameroon, in their immense majority, already feared, namely a vacuity of power at the top of the Cameroonian state, due to a prolonged and unjustifiable absence of the first Cameroonian, however supposed to be with his people, at the very moment when the latter never needed him as much as during the propagation COVID-19 at high speed, to reassure him in the face of the national and global danger to which the entire Cameroonian nation is exposed, ”Robert Wanto writes.
In the communique the Council of Cameroonians of the Diaspora (CCD) demands the president of Cameroon, Paul Biya “de facto, put an end to his deafening silence which comes more and more to credit the idea of a vacancy of power at the top of the State”, the press release reads.
In conclusion, the Council of Cameroonians of the Diaspora waves threats, “failing which, warns the CCD, from May 19, 2020 at 9 pm, the sovereign people of Cameroon will see for themselves the vacancy of power. He will be ipso facto forced to reclaim his destiny and his sovereignty in the streets of the cities and villages of all the ten regions of Cameroon on May 20, 2020 at 10 am, ” the press release concludes.