H.E President Biya of Cameroon will go down as one of the most unpredictable leaders of Africa. He remains unshaken and undisturbed and still very much on course with his game plan. Good thing he has granted amnesty to the few who were in jail but what does this release really mean?
Facebook warriors and members of the Facebook Republic have had a moment of celebration even without reading the fine prints. As usual, they are quick to boost of successes even when there is nothing for them to rejoice about. The release of those in jail was a mere tease for those who understand what leadership, dictatorship, divide and rule is.
Biya has had time to study the members of this Facebook Republic: he has nurtured and cornered them in to a tight spot and then given them a bait. Of course and as always they fell for the bait too soon before realizing that it was a bait. Moments after the release, there was every Facebook online session by anyone who could speak english; there was every analysis from any one who could write a few sentences in English and prayer warriors were quick to jump and claim divine victory.
The struggle is just getting started. Biya has just now acknowledged that he is ready for battle by capturing and taming its leaders and then releasing them back into the camp. Its like your campturer kidnaps your brothers, feeds and trains them in their ways and then releases them in the capacity of pseudo allies.
This is divide and rule in motion. he has set several camps in active mode. Ask yourself what happens to Mark and Ivo, Ayuk Tabe and the council, Akwanga and Herbert, Tassang and Wirba etc. What most don’t know is that Balla, Fontem and Ayah are now part of the silent majority. Their voices will only echo and not be loud as others have been and have expected.
Nevertheless, we are happy for their release but sad for our compatriot Mancho Bibixy who will serve the term for those released. And for those who saw those in jail as die hard fans of the struggle, don’t be surprised about the deal they made with the devil for their release while letting others stay in jail. Previous knowledge would say, “all for one, one for all” . This is not the case and will not be the case. Southern Cameroonians are split between the Facebook Republic and the civil groups on the ground. They have betrayed themselves in several ways.
And even if Biya releases the rest of those in jail; they will call him weak, and will further have even more demands of which the old man is not ready to entertain. For now, he has thrown a chip for play. No one knew this struggle will last this long and Biya is ready to take it to the end of his term. So, ask yourself, who is at the loss here?
As always, the Great Anonymous will keep you updated with the most intriguing updates to best answer the questions that answers to reality and not just the fallacies of the loud illusionists.
The Great Anonymous