Home Politics 85yrs Old Paul Biya of Cameroon Re-elected for the Seventh Term

85yrs Old Paul Biya of Cameroon Re-elected for the Seventh Term

ELECTION: Sixth term Cameroonian president re-elected

The 85 years old Cameroonian president, Paul Biya, has been re-elected for the seventh term with a vote of 71.3%, as stated by the constitutional council.

His opponent Maurice Kamto came second place with 14.2% vote following the announcement of the result by council president, Clement Atangana.

Paul Biya vowed to his government that he would go after the Boko Haram sect till it’s entirely wiped out.

The president’s appointment of loyalists to key position has also assured his long rule.

It has been note that President Biya is one of the longest serving presidents in African, stating the fact that he has been in office for over 35yrs.
“If you try to go against Biya, you’ll be crushed”, Biya said.

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