Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Is Richard Bona Trying To Set The Cameroonian Youths Against Biya?

The artist asks them to count only on themselves. For him, “It is better to be alone than in a bad company.
The speech of Paul Biya to the Cameroonian youths of the 10th February 2016 continues to elicit reactions. One of the latest is that of the internationally renowned musician and singer Richard Bona from Cameroon. After listening to the President of the Republic of Cameroon, the artist installed in the United States is skeptical.
Especially after hearing the phrase, “I can assure you that I will spare no effort to support you in your desire to succeed.” Here’s how the master of the bass guitar then expressed his skepticism: “really ??? Youths … go ahead with your determination. Hardwork and dedication … Do not expect any support from the government … It is not gonna happen. Paul Biya with you ?? To go where??? It is better to be alone than to be in a bad company “, asserts Bona.
This is the first time that the musician makes clear his opposition to President Paul Biya. Untill now, he had been protesting against the non-recognition of dual nationality. Richard Bona was in protest, refused to come to Yaounde to receive the medal that was to be given to him by the Cameroonian Minister of Arts and Culture. This post published confirms the now assertive opposition of the international music star to the regime of Yaounde.


source: Kmersaga

5 comments:

  1. Wandaz....what can one really say in this land that is against the president ?

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  2. Richard Bona est un courageux ! Il n’est pas comme ces artistes qui vont chanter au village de Paul Biya pour collecter les miettes. En dehors de Lapiro il n’y a que lui et Valcero qui parle contre les politiciens aujourd’hui.

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  3. Comment un Pays peut être rempli des peureux comme ça? Chacun ne pense que à ses intérêts et à ceux de sa famille.

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  4. What is it going to change? Less talking and more actions monsieur le musicien

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