Cameroon blames ex-President

The major complaint, according to Biya, is that Jonathan never or seldom, at best, picked his calls.

Goodluck Jonathan

Sources close to the Presidency revealed that the Cameroonian government said that ex-President Jonathan, for a long time, was not forthcoming with any form of solution that incorporated the border countries, in the fight against Boko-Haram.

According to Sun Newspaper, “The major complaint, according to Biya, is that Jonathan never or seldom, at best, picked his calls. He said most times he called, Jonathan neither picked nor returned his calls. And as a result, the integration of efforts that should have stopped Boko Haram’s foray and unchallenged run was lacking.”

The source also said “This solo handling of the problem did not enable the neighbours put in much to solve the problem until it got this bad.”

The Sun Newspaper also reports that the Cameroon President, Paul Biya complained that Jonathan avoided communicating with the leaders of Cameroon, Chad and Niger.

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