Saturday, February 1, 2020

National Assembly: Cavaye Yeguie threatened at his post

According to indiscretions, the President of the National Assembly could leave the Far North region for Adamawa.

Our colleague Repères affirms that after the legislative and municipal elections of February 9, there will be a redistribution of political cards in the Far North. In this redistribution of cards, a change could well take place at the head of the National Assembly. Cavaye Yéguié Djibril, president of this chamber of parliament for 28 years, could lose this function to the benefit of a national from the Adamawa region. And the newspaper says that the one who could succeed him is Théophile Baoro. Someone who has a perfect command of the house like Cavaye. 

“Indeed, this member of the CPDM Political Bureau has been walking the corridors of the National Assembly for four terms. The principal inspector of financial management is also one of the vice-presidents of the Lower House of Parliament. It represents a figurehead of the presidential party in Adamaoua, bastion region of the CPDM but which has always considered itself injured in the division of the fraction of the national cake returning to the Great North ", can we read in the columns of our colleague.

Théophile Baoro is said to be more intellectual than Cavaye Yéguié. And according to a political actor who under anonymity expresses himself in the columns of our colleague, specifies that he knows no presidential ambition. There is also that the current Pan is no longer so close to the President of the Republic Paul Biya. 

“Above all, the current President of the National Assembly is no longer in the good graces of the President of the Republic. The proof: for at least two years, Cavaye Yéguié Djibril has not been received in audience by Paul Biya. The PAN does not digest it and makes it known, at least in small groups. It is with this in mind that he ordered a loincloth in his effigy for the electoral campaign which opens in a few hours. A fact unpublished in the political annals of Cameroon ", can we read in the columns of the newspaper