CPDM Senators and MP Led by Achidi Achu Appeal To Biya To Release Anglophone Captives, And Beg That The Strike Be Called Off

The so-called Senators and Parliamentarians of the paralysed CPDM party in the North West and South West Regions, met yesterday Feb...

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The so-called Senators and Parliamentarians of the paralysed CPDM party in the North West and South West Regions, met yesterday February 15th 2017 at the Bamenda Ayaba Hotel, to discuss on how to manage the ongoing crisis in the two anglophone regions.

The men under the chairmanship of the former Prime Minister and now Senator Achidi Achu resolved to sensitize the anglophone people on the importance of education, by saluting their slave master President Paul Biya, who during his annual traditional February 10th address to the youths stressed out why children should go back to school.

83 years old Achidi Achu and Co forgot they are the reason youths are angry, because they refuse to go on retirement and give youths the chance to show case their own talent, by giving value to their educational acquisitions.

Achidi Achu was a state magistrate from October 1965 to October 1966. He was later appointed as Minister Delegate at the State Federal Inspectorate in late October 1971.He was subsequently appointed as Minister of Justice by Cameroonian President Ahmadou Ahidjo on 3 July 1972, remaining in that position until 1975(when I was born). Pa Simon then returned to Santa and started the Rock Farm Ranch as a farmer.

He stayed out of politics for several years, then he was elected as a member of the National Assembly. President Paul Biya later appointed him as Prime Minister on 9 April 1992, following the March 1992 parliamentary election. He was the first Anglophone Prime Minister of Cameroon.
On 10 October 1992, the day before the 1992 presidential election, Achidi Achu appeared on Cameroon Radio and Television and addressed the people in French, his second language. In this address, he accused the opposition, led by Social Democratic Front (SDF) candidate John Fru Ndi, of having a "diabolical plan" (plan diabolique) to prosecute and execute the leading figures of the state, government, and military if it won the election, and he urged the people to reject the opposition in order to avert potential violence and instability.

Following Biya's victory in the 1992 election, Achidi Achu remained Prime Minister until 19 September 1996, when he was replaced by Peter Mafany Musonge. Achidi Achu was later appointed as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Investment Corporation (Société nationale des Investissements) on 3 March 2003.

Achidi Achu is a member of the Central Committee of the ruling CPDM. He was also a member of the National Commission for the coordination of Biya's election campaign in the 2004 presidential election and was the president of the campaign's support and follow up committee in the Northwest ProvinceHe has also headed the discipline commission of the CPDM. 



During the campaign for the July 2007 parliamentary and municipal elections, Achidi Achu was a member of the CPDM's Central Campaign Committee; he was also President of the CPDM Provincial Campaign Committee in the Northwest Province.

In 2009, Achidi Achu became one of three members of the CPDM North West Section's newly established Council of the Wise, which was intended to formulate strategy and tactics to enable the CPDM to attain dominance in the North West Province, where the opposition Social Democratic Front (SDF) has been traditionally dominant.

In the April 2013 Senate election, Achidi Achu was elected to the Senate as the top candidate on the CPDM's list for Northwest Province. When the Bureau of the Senate was elected on 12 June 2013, Achidi Achu received the post of Vice-President of the Senate.

Today at 83, Achidi Achu should have been resting his old bones and serving as an observer and adviser to youths in top places, but instead, he and his cohorts including the slave master all of who are of the same age keep fighting for positions that are supposed to be occupied by youths. 

How important is education in Cameroon, when after obtaining every degree you need, you still cannot get a job because your grandfather refuse to go on retirement?.

It is really a shame for these people, who do not still understand the frustration of the Cameroonian youths.

The outcome of their meeting after the cut...
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