Central African Republic Crisis : Enza-Yamissi requests the intervention of Paris

Numerous are the athletes involved in the restoration of peace in their countries in Africa: George Weah (Liberia) or Didier Drogba (Ivory Coast). This is the same path that takes the player of Troyes Eloge Enza-Yamissi.

After a call for peace in the columns of l’Equipe, the captain of the ESTAC initiates an SOS for his country Central African Republic that rocked in insecurity after the coup that overthrew François Bozizé.

In front of the the number of murders caused by the uncontrolled circulation of arms, the Captain of Troyes called the French state to intervene in order to restore the calm in Bangui:

“The first priority is to restore calm and peace in Central Africa. But that does not seem like that ‘ says Enza-Yamissi on the site of Jeune Afrique. ‘There are weapons in circulation because people were armed to fight the rebels of Seleka. There are crimes, looting and rape; people really do not know who is civil and who is military. There is a real feeling of insecurity. My father, who lives in Bangui, always gives me news not reassuring. At present, the Central African army does not seem at all able to restore calm. That is why I want an intervention of France, with the help of an African force [the Multinational Force of Central Africa, Fomac, and NDLR], “ said the defender of 30 years.

Arrived in France at the age of 10 years, Eloge Enza-Yamissi, thinks that only “Paris” can “help secure” the Central African Republic so that the current strongman of Bangui Michel Djotodia can honor his word to “organize a presidential election hence eighteen months. ” The former shareholder of Nîmes Olympique even goes beyond hoping that the elections can take place earlier “I think they should organize the election much faster. Within four or five months. “