BIGGEST LOSERS OF PAUL BIYA’S APPOINT ARE; MESSANGA NYAMDING AND ELVIS NGOLE NGOLE

The activists of the first hour, Messanga Nyamding and Elvis Ngole Ngole, have still not been rewarded by the decree of the President of the Republic of January 4 on the remission of the government.


The “lodges” would have for the umpteenth time blocked their appointment. The Messanga Nyamding, however, said recently that he is the subject of special attention of the head of state. This son of Yabassi, embittered by the renewal as qualified by a certain opinion, has regularly hinted under the thatched cottages, that it was time for young political wolves like him to be highlighted, by a politico-administrative promotion of first plan.

BIGGEST LOSERS OF PAUL BIYA'S APPOINT ARE; MESSANGA NYAMDING AND ELVIS NGOLE NGOLE 
BIGGEST LOSERS OF PAUL BIYA’S APPOINT ARE; MESSANGA NYAMDING AND ELVIS NGOLE NGOLE

member of the central committee of the CPDM, coming back on the heels of a brief conversation with the President of the Republic at the Palace of Unity on May 20, 2018, indicated that: “The president asked me to be patient …” . And added “He came to me, he held out his hand to me, saying:” Professor, thank you for what you do for the Republic, we follow you regularly, continue and above all do not be discouraged “


The two brother political scientist and theoretician of the “scientific conspiracy” totals more than 30 years of loyalty to the president.Both have never failed to discredit the Biya course
The academic had already burst into tears during a radio show in Yaoundé. Saying he was forgotten and abandoned, he explained that he had been very active during the last presidential campaign, crowned by the overwhelming victory of their champion, President Paul Biya

SEE AN INSTANCE WHEN ELVIS NGOLE NGOLE BURIED THE ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM


One politician I used to enjoy the way he talks is this man from Kupemuaneguba. Whenever I hear him talk the Chop People Dem Money thing I always asked myself whether it is politics that changes people or it is people that change politics. Prof. Ngolle Ngolle Elvis you not have observed, which I take the pleasure to, is caught between political use and political use changes. You know politics is a funny game, because if you don’t play it well, it ends up playing you. The other day I was a little embarrassed when I heard him admitting that there is an Anglophone problem in Cameroon. But as political scientist, he would babble and ramble, over and over.


Hear him: “But let me tell you something as somebody who was a political science student and not as a professor of Political Science; the phraseology ‘Anglophone problem’ is somehow misplaced. In Political Science, when you refer to something as a problem or as an issue, it means that there is historical relevance; meaning historically, it had been ignored, has been talked about, has been treated but has not received an answer.


In Political Science, when you talk of something as an issue or a problem, it means it is an issue that is long-standing and contemporary, but sees no solution or answer in sight. In constitutional terms, it means that issue has not been dealt with constitutionally; it has not been shelved by the constitution. But whatever angle you consider it a problem; whether there is injustice or there is inequity or someone is not appointed, it is good to consider the historical, political and constitutional aspects of it… I don’t support marginalization like my party National Chairman, President Biya”. Grammar!!!!


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