Political critic and member of the Cameroon diaspora, Paddy Asanga has questioned the job description of minister Paul Atanga Nji.
In an interview granted to Equinoxe television, Paddy first accused the government of being responsible for the Bafoussam landslide of Monday October 28, 2019, which left 42 dead including 4 pregnant women.
Paddy lambasted the government on her poor role in advising citizens on where, when and how to construct houses in areas that could be hit by natural disaster – to think that the landslide occurred in an area where inhabitants obtained government permits to build houses.
The Federalist continued by questioning the minister of territorial administration regarding his outing to the Bafoussam landslide scene:
“What is he going to do there? He is the Minister of Territorial Administration but he is the Minister of problems too
I think there is a ministry of environment in this country, that is their job.
There is no need for a politician like Atanga Nji to go to Bafoussam, he is trying to escape from his crimes.”
Paddy Asanga went ahead to question who voted to put Atanga Nji in power.
“He is not relevant to some of us, he is a politician trying to escape from his crimes” – Paddy added
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Emptying his anger on TV, he went ahead to say that there are people in this country “who are living from the war of the Anglophone regions, who involve in the importation of guns into Cameroon.”
He said that the only way to end the crisis was to ensure the release of Mancho Bibixy and co. who are ready to go to the bushes and call their brothers who form the gang of separatist fighters.
Paddy, invited to attend a National Dialogue to seek solutions to end the Anglophone crisis, was the federalist arrested and jailed on Wednesday October 9, 2019, after paying a visit to an Anglophone detainee.
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