This is how ‘everyone who saw Irène Biya’s body ended, including the priest’
This is how ‘everyone who saw Irène Biya’s body ended, including the priest’
• This Friday, it is already 30 years since Jeanne Irène Biya died in Etoudi
• According to Mr. Ebalé Angounou, the former first lady was assassinated, including a camouflaged murder
• He reveals that all those who attended his funeral are deceased mysteriously
This Friday, July 29, 2022, it has been thirty years since the ex-wife of Paul Biya and the mother of Franck Biya was murdered. Three decades after his death, doubt still hangs over the real circumstances and causes of the death of the first wife of Cameroonian President Paul Biya Jeanne-Irène Biya.
In the book “The true face of Paul Biya”, the Cameroonian writer Ebalé Angounou reveals a series of “murders” which took place a few days after the death of Jeanne-Irène Biya and which would have a link with the death of the first lady. Extract…
In Dakar the Heads of State are in conclave when Paul Biya gets up to tell his peers the terrible news. What happened ? The commentary by Charles Ndongo, a journalist who accompanied the Head of State, will teach us. The former journalist of the President, in his report on the subject, says that Paul Biya, knowing that he had left his wife very ill in the country, expected the worst.
But duty called him to Dakar. So he was always waiting for news. We felt anxious, embarrassed. Then his aide-de-camp approached at one point to tell him the news.
So Paul Biya got up to say solemnly: “I have just been told terrible news: my wife has died”.
We are in August 1992. On closer inspection, Charles Ndongo, a brilliant journalist, is not naïve. And between the lines we can detect his message. Because a husband who loves his wife cannot move when he knows that she is in danger of dying after him. Paul Biya showed impatience to the point of consulting his watch. He had the details of his wife’s execution. He knew that once the operation was completed, he would be told. He even knew at what time the coup would take place.
The slightest delay exasperated him because he was afraid of failure: this kind of coup must absolutely succeed. Paul Biya’s African peers were not fooled because they smelled the trick. They know each other well enough. This explains why there was no head of state around him for religious services. Just messages of condolences where we would have come massively to pay tribute to the one who was Lady Biya. Even their wives, among whom the deceased had many friends, did not bother to move. It was a boycott because everyone was unhappy with Paul Biya from whom they dissociated themselves.
If President Mobutu comes to assist Paul Biya, which is completely understandable when we know that the two men were versed in the same practices. This means that Dakar was only an alibi for Paul Biya who, having decided on the death of his wife, had judged the advisability of being out of the country when the assassination of this one will have been perpetrated. Having learned of the death of Jeanne-Irene, the President immediately returned to the country. He then realizes that the deceased had received nuns a few hours earlier. He panics. They are the friends and confidantes of his ex-wife. Wouldn’t she have given them secrets that could compromise him as she promised to do?
Acting in accordance with the concerns of the President of the Republic, Minlo’o Medjo will dispatch an emergency commando to Djoum. An intrusion is made in the premises of the nuns. They will be brutalized, tortured, manhandled, then finally killed after they have confessed. One of the two audio tapes in which the deceased had recorded revelations about her life with her husband is recovered. The other was transmitted to Abbot Amougou of the diocese of Sangmélima, by the nuns.
After the mass he will celebrate on the occasion of the funeral of Jeanne-Irene, this priest will be found dead in a very curious and inexplicable way. Secrecy should absolutely surround the circumstances and conditions of Jeanne-Irene’s death. Everyone who was likely to say something about it had to disappear.
Starting with those who executed her, elements of a special division of presidential security, killed by their colleagues. After killing Jeanne-Irene and the nuns of Djoum, they too went into the pot. The medical examiner who established the type of death certificate was executed, as were women from the Catholic Church who took it upon themselves to wash the remains of Jeanne-Irene. This body was taken away from the Cameroonians because they would have had in their presence, a body mutilated by three bullets from an automatic pistol. However, we wanted to make believe that she was sick and died of it. That’s not counting with his program.
Because she had an outing to perform the day after the day of her death. She was to go with Yaou Aïssatou, then minister in charge of the promotion of women, to the Obala area to visit a mushroom field created by an association of rural women. If his state of health would not have allowed it, the program would have been cancelled.
However, a day before the release date, therefore the day of her death, Jeanne-Irène will have received Yaou Aïssatou and the two women had studied the contours of the ceremony the next day, the date of which had been maintained. This means that she was in perfect health and Paul Biya, on his way to Dakar, did not leave behind him a physically ill wife, as the official versions wanted to suggest, trying to justify the sudden death of the wife. first lady.
The suspicious accident of Motaze Roger
Since their return from Dakar, Motaze Roger has not had a clear conscience. His aunt died because he failed to protect her. When he should have. He now feels his absence. From both sides of the family, he is under pressure. Life at the Palace already bothers him. He would like to leave, to continue his military career elsewhere.
The ideal would even be to get out of the country for a while, to get a change of scenery and restore your morale. Paul Biya very quickly realized the state of mind of his aide-de-camp since his aunt died. And that makes him uncomfortable. Anyway, Roger knows too much, and that’s not good, that’s not reassuring. If he eliminated Jeanne-Irene for certain reasons, why wouldn’t he eliminate Roger for the same reasons? Indeed, in this state of mind, he could well crack and let go.
The President then invites his aide-de-camp to an intimate dinner. The occasion is favorable for him to take stock of the situation. Roger entered his service, six (06) months after his accession to the supreme magistracy. Since then, he has served him as both the son he never ceased to be and the soldier he has become.
It is in a particular room that the Head of State installs his aide-de-camp. The table is done. There are dim candle lights of various colors, and the smell of magic perfume: amber, no doubt, or benzoin. These are the President’s two magic perfumes. There is also soft religious instrumental music wafting through the air. Paul Biya serves a drink to Roger Motaze in a cup.
Then he takes bread from her hand, which he gives to her. It does the same with fish. Roger eats and drinks in the presence of the President. Not a single word has yet been exchanged. The music stops. The President rises. Walk towards the door. Stops. Finally speak: Roger must go the next day on a mission to Mvomeka’a, the village of Paul Biya. He goes there quite often. Back home, the officer is disturbed: this dinner seemed suspicious to him. He will then in turn prepare an audio document in which he reports on his dinner with Paul Biya, expressing his apprehensions.
Because he knows that the President has become a Master in the art of the wizard. The next day, accompanied by the army officer, he goes to Mvomeka’a. It is at a badly negotiated bend that he will skid to find death. His traveling companion comes out unscathed. However, he knew the road perfectly, which is also the best in Cameroon.
It was because he had forgotten a very small detail: when you dine with the devil, you have to sit at a safe distance, and use a long spoon. The mayor of Sangmélima, Mr. N’na Ze Bavard, declares that the officer, passing in front of the town hall that day, saw him and said to him: “I’m going for a walk in the village, I’m coming” . He never came back…it was a trip for eternity.