Tuesday, June 5, 2012

That Reaction of Jacque Fame Ndongo on Marafa's Open Letters to Head of State

CPDM Sec. for Communication trying to Control damages
 The editorial published in L'Action, the CPDM weekly newspaper by Jacques Fame Ndongo the party’s secretary for Communication can be considered as the party's official position on " Marafa Hamidou Yaya saga." Since the arrest of former Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralization for misappropriation of public funds, he engaged himself in a tussle with President Biya through open letters (three already) has been  published from his cell, even though  a few minor figures of the ruling party had scramble with little echo in major newspapers, to answer him.  To political pundits, Jacques Fame Ndongo break the silence by taking up his pen in his capacity as the national secretary of the Central Committee for communication.
Jacques Fame Ndongo opened fire from the start of his editorial. He says, speaking of Marafa, the world witnessed "flabbergasted" the birth of a "Cameroonian writer." And a professor of literature to mock epistolary prose of Marafa which he considers "rigid, dry, or arithmetic." To Fame Ndongo, Marafa Hamidou Yaya, through his letters, distils "a political conflict and hatred". "They do not hesitate, wrote Fame Ndongo, to hold a candle to the president, even if it means breaking the duty of confidentiality which is a sacrosanct principle of administrative law and ranting (as Marafa), whose discretion, has risen to political firmament, 20 years ago. But this attitude does not surprise us atypical, history is littered with these denials as Machiavellian as crazy and dramatic. "The National Secretary of the CPDM communication can then criticize Marafa Hamidou Yaya’s open letters on three aspects: party discipline and the legal implications.
On party discipline, Jacques Fame Ndongo began by noting that Marafa Hamidou Yaya is still legally a member of the CPDM, even if, in fact, he seems to have distanced himself, he is carrying a vision of society other than that National President. An attitude which Fame Ndongo considers curious and he moves on to confirm before his arrest, Marafa has always worked for the party leadership as a member of the politburo and even at the last convention of the CPDM, last year Marafa was there.
Regarding the policy of the Nation, the Minister Fame Ndongo indicates that his former colleague in the government has "always scrupulously followed the policy established by the President of the Republic, without any severance policy between one who 'issued a decree appointing him five times in sensitive positions. Fame Jacque Ndongo expressed surprise and consternation that Marafa Hamidou Yaya has become a dissident today.
It is his right, he admits yet, adding that the former MINATD moved into "diversion".
Precisely on this ground, Jacques Fame Ndongo thinks the people of Cameroon are expected Marafa Hamidou Yaya to present tangible arguments in court. He reassures the independence of the judiciary with Cameroonian Head of State, Paul Biya as the guarantor.
To those who think that Marafa Hamidou Yaya is the victim of a conspiracy because of his political ambitions, Jacques Fame Ndongo responsecomes in two questions: "Can we say, to take a random survey to show that Dieudonné Angoula, Gilles Roger Belinga, Joseph Edou, Siyam Siwe, Mrs Haman Adama, etc.. wanted to become president? Garga Haman Hameni Bieleu, JJ Ekindi and John Fru Ndi are they in prison? "

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I thought CRTV was the mouth piece of CPDM because they never report anything about the opposition in Cameroon. It is all about the GOD BIYA.