Sunday, March 24, 2019

Cameroon Ailing President, Paul Biya Absent to take over CEMAC presidency in Njaména

Ailing President Paul Biya is represented in Njamena, Chad by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute.

President Biya who is supposed to take over as President of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central African States CEMAC,  from the Chadian President,  failed to travel to Njaména for reasons unknown.
Heads of state of CEMAC are currently meeting in the 14th ordinary Summit of the Economic bloc in the Chadian Capital Njaména.

While declaring opened, the 14th CEMAC Head of State's  Conference, holding in Ndjamena, Chad today,  Idriss Derby, President of Chad urged African head of states to work together for the return of normalcy in the two English speaking regions of Cameroon.

"It's imperative that we work for a return to normalcy in the Southwest and Northwest Regions of Cameroon". Idriss  Derby declared.

It should be recalled that the Chadian President has been accused by some Cameroonians  especially the separatist leaders for allegedly sending Chadian troops to the Northwest and Southwest regions to fight alongside the Cameroonian military.

Final resolutions of the summit are still awaited.

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