Cameroon – Mathias E.: The son of Joseph Owona says Its too late to prevent a civil war in Cameroon

Written by Deckson N.

According to Mathias Eric Owona Nguini, Cameroonian political scientist, all the ingredients for a crisis in Cameroon have been gathered.

Mathias Eric Owona Nguini, Cameroonian scholar, son of Joseph Owona, several times minister, describes an unprecedented violence scenario, in which Cameroon will be plunged after Paul Biya, “It is indeed too late: if the patriarch Biya leaves, there shall be a crisis. If President Biya remains, there shall be a crisis. The challenge is to avoid the maximum chaos (a civil war born of factional fighting between systemic baronies complicated by regionalization and communitarisation of the struggles and the involvement of the opposition forces in these conflicts) which may be a conflict lasting 15 to 50 years, “wrote online, the son of a member of the CPDM, the ruling party.

For the Cameroonian intellectual, given the current configuration, it will be difficult to obtain political change through elections.

The position of the young intellectual divides Cameroonian opinions. Some fellows of the teacher, denounce a war scenario that develops Mathias Eric Owona Nguini whose parent has been for decades, minister in the governments of Paul Biya, 83, in power for nearly 34 years.

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