Cavaye Yeguie Djibril Publicly Slams President Biya For The First Time In 25 Years
For the first time in his 25 years years as President and Speaker of the National Assemble, Hon. Cavaye Yeguie Djibril has openly criticized President, on his negligence and incompetency in the management of social and economic crisis in Cameroon.
Closing the just ended parliamentary session last Tuesday April 11 2017, the PNA hit his hand on the table to express his frustration with the government and his boss. 'To govern means to have foresight, and I want to add here that it is also the knowledge of anticipating events'. Cavaye said.
In his speech, the PNA outlined the ongoing anglophone crisis plaguing the country, the recent francophone teachers 'staged strike', the lawyers strike, students strike and Doctors strike, which he said could have been avoided if competency and efficiency were there.
According to him, it is good to resolve crisis, but it will be better to avoid or prevent them from happening. Cavaye said he is afraid that the worst is still to happen, and called on the Biya's government to implement strategies that would prevent future strike actions that paralyses the activities of the nation.
He however acknowledged efforts taken by the Head of States to addres some of the crisis, like that of Medical Doctors, but said it would be better if Cameroonians were given what they asked for peacefully, rather than waiting to resolve their plights when they were already on the streets in anger.
He finally saluted what he called 'absolute calm' in the anglophone regions, and says he personally believes in dialogue, which is the only means to achieve long lasting solutions.