Within two months alone, Cameroon, a poor underdeveloped West African nation has wowed the public with massive amounts of money either borrowed from international banks, stolen from the homes of alleged state thieves or spent wastefully in few days. I will explain.
1. In June, FCFA 555 million ($956,464 USD) was reportedly stolen from the home of current health minister, Andre Mama Fouda. It has not been recovered, according to reports. Mr. Fouda has not been investigated for keeping such a huge amount of money.
2. The regime borrowed CFA 75 billion ($129,343,500 USD) from Exim Bank of China to supply laptops to university students currently enrolled only for the 2016 academic year. It was described in the state media, CRTV, as a "gift," from President Paul Biya. Will you borrow to offer gifts? Should we -- a poor people living on a shoestring budget, suffocate our future generations with debts just to offer political gifts obtained on huge loans?
3. FCFA 1.3 billion ($2,241,954 USD) was spent in few days on fewer than 25 Cameroonian athletes "participating" at the Rio 21016 Olympic games. They were all kicked out even before the games could start. When quizzed about the disappeared amount, Cameroon's Olympic organizing body recently told the Guardian Post that it was meant to "prepare athletes for the next games."
4. Last week, the rogue state reported that FCFA 180 billion ($ 310,204,800 USD) has been borrowed from the World Bank to boost the services of the national grid company. The company has repeatedly suffered privatization in the hands of several foreign bodies. Who will pay back this money and how?
And watch out what could happen in the upcoming weeks. More money could still be borrowed. According to the CIA 2016 World Factbook, only less than 6 percent of Cameroonians are above 55. Interestingly, a majority of the leaders who have denied leaving power are above 55. This means that they will die in power, and leave the poor youths to suffocate in the huge loans they borrowed. Who is fooling whom?
Please, foreign donors, I hereby distance myself from any loan(s) being taken on my behalf (as a lawful citizen) by my leaders including Mr. Biya. I deny being party to the agreement. When I will be a leader in the next regime(s), I will deny paying back their loans. I will give you the keys to the graves of these gangsters so that you can exhume their bodies, beat them up, transfer and jail them at the graveyard in the University of Kondengui, a maximum security prison in Cameroon. For those who will still be alive, you have my full support to do with them whatever you will.