IN CAMEROUN ONE MAN IS WORTH 20.MILLION PERSONS

Ayah Paul Abine

Ayah Paul Abine

It is now common knowledge that even when Mr. President is going to the airport by air, traffic in Yaounde is grounded. As a consequence, women give birth by the roadside! The sick give up the ghosts by the roadside! Movement “tout court” grinds to a halt!

So what? Et alors? Tais-toi, salaud! Ask those in charge about the logic in their conduct and the retort is “who are you to move at the same time as Mr. President – l’elu du people?” Who says wonder shall ever end?

In a country where the truth and the good example come only from the top, Mr. President’s lieutenants must copy honestly faithfully their master’s infallible good example. Therefore was Friday, June 14, an opportunity for the Delegate General of National Security to show his fidelity to the grand master. The locality was Douala – Cameroun’s economic capital! Corpses thawed as they were grounded for four hours by the roadsides. The bayam-sellam had no access to the markets as even okadas were forced to stay put. So too were students on their way to examination centres; housewives going to the market; travelers transiting through Douala;… whoever dad to move, in brief! If even corpses that cannot move were immobilized, then…!

Guess what! Mr. Delegate General of National Security was on his way through Douala to Mutengene to preside over the graduation ceremony of police constables! VIP! Spare me, sir! I have never said VIP could also mean “Very Inferior Personality”, ohhhh!

Spectacular justification! Whence comes bewilderment? Knoweth not that in Cameroun the annual aggregate working days could well be less than 50 of 365? But 2035 is half a century away! Need a calculator?

Leave man talk! Coraw-coraw de catch man whe no get finger-nails for scrath’am!"

BY AYAH Paul ABINE

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