The assassination of Shinzo Abe: Mamadou Mota warns Paul Biya

The assassination of Shinzo Abe: Mamadou Mota warns Paul Biya

N Melo
by N Melo
July 9, 2022 0

The assassination of Shinzo Abe: Mamadou Mota warns Paul Biya

• Mota Mamadou Yacouba fights alongside Maurice Kamto

• The two opponents want to install democracy

• The death of Shinzo Abe is evocative for the activist

The Japanese Shinzo Abe was shot dead on Friday July 08, 2022 in Nara (western Japan). He is a Prime Minister who has led his country for a long time. Shinzo Abe became prime minister in 2006 for the first time. He was once fifty-two (52) years old, the youngest to hold the post-war post in Japan.

As TV5 Monde points out, “he made an impression during his second term in power (2012-2020) with a bold economic recovery policy and intense diplomatic activity, but which left a deep feeling of incompleteness”.

On the website of the mentioned media, we can also read that: “In the summer of 2020, when he had become unpopular for his management of the pandemic deemed clumsy by public opinion, he had admitted that he suffered from chronic inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis, and resigned soon after. This illness was already one of the reasons for the abrupt end of his first stint in power in 2007”.

His assassination makes observers talk a lot. All the international media make it the subject of the hour. And for good reason, Shinzo Abe marked the socio-political life of his country and relations with the world.

The first vice-president of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (MRC),Mota Mamadou Yacouba wanted the earth to be light for him: “The death of Shinzo Abe shows that democracy is not a given. Rip,” he wrote.

The collaborator ofMaurice Kamto is probably referring to the socio-political situation of his country Cameroon where democracy is considered by many to be fragile.

Several political figures have paid tribute to this illustrious deceased man. The President of the French Republic did not fail to present his “condolences to the authorities and to the Japanese people after the assassination of Shinzo Abe. Japan is losing a great Prime Minister, who dedicated his life to his country and worked to bring balance to the world”.

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