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Petit Pays says President Biya should hold talks with him on Boko Haram

Cameroon music legend, Petit Pays has been speaking about the deteriorating security situation in Cameroon caused by the Nigerian Islamic sect, Boko Haram. The artist noted recently that he had given his unflinching support to the army and all those involved in the fight to keep the nation safe and peaceful. However, the outspoken musician revealed to a sister publication, Le Messager that he expects the head of state to invite him and provide directives on how artists of his standing and quality could be of much help in the war on terror. Said Petit Pays: "I expect the Head of State to invite me, let him call me and give me instructions to follow. I do not want to be like those moving from left to right." 

On the cover of his latest album entitled "Classe Superieure", produced by Cameroon Concord's USA entertainment editor, Eyong Eyong Ebot aka Moh Kukouri aimed at helping orphan kids, the bestselling artist displayed a Koran which he refused to provide explanation on the motives behind such an action. Petit Pays also hinted he was not interested in taken up a cabinet position in the Biya regime. Claude Adolphe Alexandre Moundi also made public an appeal that he is badly in need of a modern studio.

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