Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Cameroonians in the Diaspora manifest against Paul Biya at the International Court of Justice at the Hague

La diaspora camerounaise manifeste à la Haye
Cameroonians in the Diaspora supported by other African Activists under the coordination of the 2008 Strike Movement and CODE took to the streets of Hague in the Netherlands last Sunday Oct 16 2016, to alert the International Community  on the actual situation of Cameroon, and President Biya's determination to die in power.

From the  head quarters of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at Carrefour Oude Waalsdorperweg 10, the protesters carrying insulting placards on President Biya, matched with messages like "Paul Biya criminal", " your cell is here at the ICJ" "support of dictactorship = forceful immigration etc...

The protesters were not discouraged by the heat of the sun that was violently burning down on them, as their manifestation created a huge traffic jam, that actually drew the attention of country's medi.

At the entrance of the ICJ at the Hague, the Protesters dropped a CPDM loin with the image of President Biya in the presence of hundreds of media personalities before declaring the failures of the Biya's regime in Cameroon, the different assassinations, constitutional coup of Paul Biya, and everything Biya has put Cameroonians through.

They also demanded that Members of Parliament should desert the National Assembly as a sign that they are not in accordance with the Head of States long absence in the country.

The manifestations ended with the singing of the National Anthem and series of prayers.

Now that the world is aware of who Paul Biya is and the condition in which Cameroonians are, what next?

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