Its been almost a year since the peaceful strike kicked off by lawyers, followed by teachers. Ever since, many people have been arrested, others killed, human and material casualties recorded! 

Boris Bertolt, in a recent social media post draws our attention to  4 things President Biya can do avoid chao among which includes a trip to Bamenda and Buea. 

Read the post below and drop your thoughts;

PAUL BIYA YOU ARE LEFT WITH 4 PLAYING CARDS BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE

Paul Biya you have 4 cards left on hand. They will allow you not to stay in power for life, but to slow down the process of your downfall and perhaps avoid chaos. Now everything will depend on how you will play them. Because in “Djambo” one can have three 10s and lose.

1- GET TO BAMENDA AND BUEA IN THE BEST QUICK TIME

This will allow you to comfort your popular base among francophones and give pledges to your supporters in anglophones. In addition to a symbolic point of view reaffirm the unity of the national territory.

2- MINISTERIAL AND POLITICAL REMEDIATION

The problems we face are also those of a plutocratic budget elite more inclined towards accumulation and theft than to the development of the country. This government must be accompanied by the strengthening of the position of Anglophones. 36 ministries of which 1 English-speaking portal is inadmissible. Accompanied by arrests of the looters of. The state.

3- REFORMING OF THE INSTITUTIONAL APPARATUS

One must immediately go towards a real decentralization eventually step towards federation. The central state allowed individuals to enjoy the work of others and to enrich themselves to the detriment of the people.

4- CLARIFY THE ELECTORAL CALENDAR AND CLEARLY DETERMINE YOUR DEPARTURE IN 2018.

This will help prepare the way forward and give pledges to the national and international community.

But in reality all these cards can not easily win you the Party but will allow you to stay in the game for a while and avoid the collapse. Because the anglophone crisis is the visible mark of your failure as the head of Cameroon after 35 years. You have to learn to leave things before they leave you.

Boris Bertolt

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