THE POLITICAL, ECONOMIC AND CULTURAL ESCOBARDERIE, CALLED EKANG BUILDING
The prevarication, robbery and State predation, administrative barbarism, which governed the criminal enterprise of expropriation of the DINGUE family, owner of the estate on which was erected a building called *”IMMEUBLE EKANG”, echoes with even more seriousness, to the DIKOLO – BALI scandal.
THE SACRED FACTS!
Mr. Jean DINGUE, originally from Bangangté, is the owner of two contiguous properties subject to land titles N°248/MFOUNDI and N°549/MFOUNDI acquired respectively since the years 1953 and 1957, located in the Warda district in Yaoundé, on which he had then built a mythical hotel, called “HÔTEL AURORE”. Upon his death, this fund, which immediately aroused the greed of the tribal-political establishment,
is savagely torn off by the government delegate to the urban community of Yaoundé, under the fallacious pretext of a use of “public utility” and attributed to the sulphurous JEAN-PIERRE AMOUGOU BELINGA, owner of the television channel VISION 4, specialized in the division of Cameroonians.
The DINGUE Estate, which tried to rely on Cameroonian justice to obtain compensation for its damage, will come up against the omnipotence of the politico-criminal industry of the Cameroonian capital. In desperation, these unfortunate castaways of another kind will seek the intervention of Paul BIYA, President of the Republic of Cameroon, who, in response, will entrust his chief of staff, Mr. Samuel MVONDO AYOLO, with the responsibility of settling the said litigation. The case will quickly take on the appearance of a Kafkaesque trial and will lead to an incredible legal-tribal-administrative alchemy on the pure and simple attribution of the said property to Mrs. Laeticia MVONDO KATLEEN, the daughter of the above personality responsible for arbitrating the litigation. The conflict of interest becomes ipso facto flagrant and SAMUEL MVONDO AYOLO becomes both judge and party. The latter in turn will concede to Mr. JEAN-PIERRE AMOUGOU BELINGA, 4700 m2 of the 5709 m2 of land thus despoiled who will build on it, a building called “EKANG”. So much for the history and the facts that are sacred.
THE EKANG PEOPLE AS A SHIELD AND ATOMIC WEAPON OF A PARA-CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE
The technique of manipulating the fissile materials of ethnicity in order to draw from them the atomic weapon of its political survival used by the power of Yaoundé is here summoned in a villainous enterprise of spoliation and State predation, by actors of a parallel Republic.
Henceforth, emancipating themselves from the perception and the political impact of their crimes, these militiamen of the darkness of the Republic, in a grotesque demonstration of material gluttony, take control of everything and cuddle the worthy EKANG People, in order to tear his solidarity in this criminal enterprise. Every flatterer lives at the expense of the one who listens to him.
Nope ! EKANGS are not gangsters. Nor are they a People of receivers and cannot be the burden bearers of the entrenchment of the culture of political plunder in Yaoundé, whose voracity has no relation to the endemic poverty in Cameroon.
The EKANG People deserve better than these white-collar gangsters who use it as bulletproof to fire, alone, the chestnuts from the devastating fire of this high-flying dishonesty. This Ekang People, under cover for the moment, refuses to see its image associated with the proliferation of financial scandals and the pornography of enrichment by power and for power alone.
The EKANG Civilization cannot be represented by an expressionless block of ice.
THE “ÉKANG” GLASS BUILDING OR THE ABSOLUTE EXPRESSION OF A CULTURAL Void
Like the native king who delivered the human cream of his kingdom to the slave traders, against a mirror in which he could see himself, our kleptocrats try to whitewash their crimes in a glass palace called ÉKANG. They thus hope that, dazzled by the mystery of the ice, this People will be intoxicated by its image and will defend their crime. *What bad taste! What sacrilege! *
The EKANG People is made up of men of culture who know the value of stone, the value of these stones of our buildings which go through time, of these stones which speak to us and which, over the years, are a compendium of our history, our cultural wealth, our spirituality, our civilisation.
The EKANG identity is above all not in glass (breakable) but indeed in stone (precious). These predators may be able to fool part of the Ekang People all or part of the time. Only he cannot deceive all the Ekang People all the time.