Friday, March 13, 2020

National Assembly: Cavaye Yeguie postpones an important ceremony from his hospital bed

The irremovable President of the National Assembly, weakened by illness, is said to have relapsed while preparations were underway for his return to his native country.

The biggest absent from the full session which has been held since March 10, 2020 at the Ngoa-Ekelle hemicycle in Yaoundé, is Cavaye Yeguie Djibril. No official communication is made to explain the absence of the outgoing President of the National Assembly, re-elected deputy after the legislative elections of February 09, 2020. But, thanks to informed sources, we know that the third personality of the Republic is seriously ill and hospitalized in France. The same unofficial sources announced his return this Thursday to the fold. But according to relatives of the famous patient, this return was postponed because the patient relapsed. 

The missed return of Cavaye Yeguie Djibril would be the cause of the postponement of the solemn plenary session of the handing over of attributes to deputies recently elected on behalf of the 10th legislature. 

In fact, on the invitation cards sent to the guests, the oldest member who chairs the session as of right, clarified that the delivery of the attributes is scheduled for Friday March 13, 2020 at 10:30 am at the Palace of the National Assembly. But, during this day, a new press release signed by deputy secretary general number 1 of the lower house, reschedule the solemn ceremony of wearing attributes for Monday, March 16, 2020 at 10 a.m.

"There is a battle for control of the National Assembly between those who want change and others who campaign for the continuation of the lease of Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, despite his shaky state of health. It was the President's supporters who managed to postpone the handing over of attributes. They want to save time, hoping that their champion will come back at the right time to be re-elected, ”comments a subscriber to the Ngoa-Ekelle glasses palace. 

CPDM deputy from the Mayo-Sava department in the Far North Region, the 80-year-old man has been a member of the National Assembly since 1973 and patron of the lower house for 28 years.