Government most feared individual, Mamadou Mota asks for a sanction for Martin Mbarga Nguele

Government most feared individual, Mamadou Mota asks for a sanction for Martin Mbarga Nguele

N Melo
by N Melo
July 2, 2022 0

Government most feared individual, Mamadou Mota asks for a sanction for Martin Mbarga Nguele

The first vice-president of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon Mamadou denounces the treatment inflicted on visually impaired people who tried to demonstrate in Yaoundé.

Twice in a row, visually impaired people tried to demonstrate in front of the prime minister’s office in Yaoundé. The first time was on June 27 and the second on June 30. According to our sources, they were arrested by the police. In a video circulating on social networks, these visually impaired claim to have been brutalized. They show their torn clothes, their broken white canes and declare that they were deported by the police from Yaoundé to a village in Mbalmayo, in the department of Nyong and So’o. The objective of the police is, according to these visually impaired, to break their movement.

For the first vice-president of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon Mamadou Mota, the police, starting with its leader Martin Mbarga Nguele, deserves to be punished. For him, it is incomprehensible that inhuman treatment is inflicted on people with disabilities who only want to talk to the Prime Minister about improving their living conditions.

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A government that sinks into inhumanity through its actions and actions. The regime has always been a torturer, violent and blind to pressure. Nobody could give them this powerful Machiavellianism of another time towards the handicapped to the point of deporting them and pouring them into the middle of the bush.

How can a government authorize the deportation to an unknown location of visually impaired people following a peaceful protest? We may be lacking in heart, but human identity prevents certain gestures from being committed towards our fellow human beings, especially the most vulnerable.

The Cameroonian police must demonstrate professionalism and that the perpetrators of this inhumanity be punished, the chief of police first.

N Melo
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