Sunday, June 17, 2012

At Last, President Biya Reacts to Marafa

President Paul Biya was in the South Region for an official visit of 48 hours on Saturday, June 16, 2012. A visit during which the Head of State official launched the 730 US dollars hydroelectric  project. Before leaving Memve'ele in the locality of Nyabizan ( Ntem Valley) he made some shocking declaration that took Cameroonians aback. On the epistolary activity of one of his former associates arrested as part of Operation Sparrowhawk, President Biya told journalists that Marafa revelation are just simple commentaries. When quizzed by journalists on what some of his former colleagues who were recently arrested and detained in prison have been publishing President Biya said " The judiciary is independent. Allowed it to take it course and see the results, and we shall accept them. On the other hand, I do not comment on the comments". To Paul Biya, Marafa's letters are just commentaries. Yet, public opinion holds that the comments Biya made were still commentaries linked to the Marafa commentaries which observers on the other hand still consider it as a step forward.

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