Garga Haman Adji and the Southern Cameroons Crisis: Consistently inconsistent 0

The controversial French Cameroun politician and former minister of public service, Garga Haman Adji revealed to Canal 2 International on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 details of the exchanges he had with President Biya on Friday, January 6, 2017, during a ceremony at the Unity Palace on the Southern Cameroons crisis.

“The president came to me, held my hands. He is used to calling me “Mr. Minister” or “Mr. Garga”. But that day, he said to me, “Garga, you are following what’s going on, you have to do something. Garga bring me Bamenda! “. And it was really pathetic “says the president of the Alliance for Democracy and Development (ADD), an opposition political party.

Garga claimed that he embarked on a tour of Southern Cameroons, on Monday following his tête-à-tête with the Head of State. At the end of this tour during which he said he met all the key players, Garga Haman Adji noted that he submitted a report to the President of the Republic in which he stated the measures to be taken for a peaceful end to the crisis.

“He did not send me to extinguish the fire. He knows I do not know how to be a firefighter. But, he told me to study the root of the evil,” hinted Garga who resigned from the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime in 1992.

By Rita Akana with files from Cameroon Info.Net