By Eric Tataw – Monday January 28, 2019.
The government of Cameroon, a Central African country has suspended its activities in its embassy in Paris, France. According to a notice dated
This decision is taken by the officials of the Ministry of External Relations in convenant with competent embassy officials after damages caused by Maurice
Hundreds of Cameroonians stormed the embassy at 73 Rue d’Auteuil, 75016 Paris, France, protesting against last October 7 electoral fraud. In the process, the office building of the embassy was taken over and President Paul Biya’s effigy and several other durables were destroyed.
Professor Maurice Kamto, Chair of Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) who contested the just-ended Presidential Elections in Cameroon and declared himself winner had called for a nationwide protest Saturday, January 26, 2019, against what he called Electoral Holdup.
The protest was also meant to demonstrate against the killing of Anglophones in the two English-speaking regions of the country engulfed in an armed conflict following demands for an Independent Southern Cameroons aka Ambazonia. French-speaking Cameroon Diaspora sympathized with Kamto, accusing President Paul Biya, 85, who is President since 1982 of holding tight to power.
Describing Biya as Dictator, they formed a