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Biya spends our government budget like a “Petty Cash Fund” – WIKILEAKS

I never like to talk about Politics but some news just makes you wonder… sometimes very sad, angry and downright evil thoughts. Still Mr. Paul Biya will not be the reason I turn away from my God. Vengeance is of the Lord, the Bible says… otherwise!!!

Read the extract below from Australian Whistleblower – Julian Assage in his recent edition of Wikileaks (a whistleblowing website where sensitive Government information is made public).

The UK Guardian Newspaper recently published a report from Wikileaks, quoting sources in the report on our presdent, PAul Biya’s spending of the national buget like a ‘PETTY CASH FUND”.
BG.
, according to a report of the 2008 Conservative party conference by Richard LeBaron, deputy head of mission at the US embassy in London.Cameroon’s president, Paul Biya, described as running government finances “like a petty cash fund”, booked himself and his entourage a $1.2m three week holiday by chartered jet to the French resort of La Baule. They took 43 rooms in two luxury hotels costing $60,000 a night, went on shopping sprees and splashed cash on casino nights.
“We have received first-hand accounts of Biya’s entourage paying to refuel his airplane with suitcases filled with hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash,” reported the US embassy in Cameroon. “When Biya traveled to the United Nations general assembly in September 2008, a member of his entourage was caught as he tried to escape from Biya’s Geneva hotel with a bag filled with 3.4m Swiss francs (about $6.8 million) in cash
Can you be deaf to your own conscience? I wonder…
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6 comments on “Biya spends our government budget like a “Petty Cash Fund” – WIKILEAKS

  1. florence Nkeng
    December 6, 2010

    This man will die a painful death that he will forver regret what he is doing.I hate stories like this cos I feel like shooting him my self with a gun then surrender my self up.Is this man a human being or a devil in human skin?I pity his children and generation unborn cos this man has already placed a curse on them and this children will end up suffering for his evil

  2. Bernice Lakota
    December 6, 2010

    I don’t even know what to say. I hope someday we have a president who puts the needs of his country and its people first!

  3. kenneth ngu foncha
    January 18, 2011

    Those whom the gods wish to destroy they first make crazy.

  4. Fany
    January 29, 2011

    @Kenneth Ngu, Stop indulging on discrediting President Paul Biya. You invest all your energy in tarnishing his image. Show us the proofs of your allegations and stop quoting unreliable sources. President Biya has travelled in his life more than you can ever imagine and is not a novice, he has passed the age of being excited by journeys to undertake such expenditures.

  5. benardsaps
    September 8, 2011

    when the end times of a man is near God starts exposing all the evil things he has been doing any Cameroonian born during Biya’s rule knows something is wrong with this country because of a set of people who cling to power to enrich themselves and impoverish others Cameroon is sitting on a time bomb and sooner it will explode and the echoes from it will engulf and suffocate those who have been buying time Biya has fathered millions of children since he took office but plans no future for them and sooner will be time for those children to start asking questions that why ?, and he must give them an answer or face the vengeance of their anger

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