Following the Kumba massacre the secretary general of the Popular Action Party (PAP) has gone on the offensive, laying the blame on the Cameroon government’s poor handling of the crisis.
He is of the view that the solution can only come from a significant change at the helm of power in Yaounde.
Lena holds that the key Cameroon’s problems is not an online campaign but a street protest.
“The First thing for us all to do is to drive away the dictator, the rest of the Solutions will chronologically follow.
He is the deadluck of this country, he has to give us accounts on how we reached here. We cannot continue to tolerate the adamant attitude of the president in circumstances like this”.
To Lena, “if we don’t want any more killings, everyone should be in the streets of Yaounde. Immediate resolution or resignation.
Am not happy with the usual social social media condemnations, we have to pass to second phase of Action”.
“The Government holds monopoly of violence and should be held accountable, for letting it’s country reach this stage,” Fabrice Lena, PAP party.
Mimi Mefo Info