Brenda, President Biya’s Daughter, Rocks Nightclub In Cameroon, Wreaks Havoc

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It is one o’clock in the morning in Yaoundé and Miss Cameroon pageant had just been concluded at the Congress Palace in this hilly Cameroonian capital with a population of about 3 million people.

It is Saturday 31 October, 2015, and many are heading for the nightclubs to have some fun before church on Sunday or work or campus on Monday.

Nightclubs are filled to the brim. Guys are smoking cigarettes, dancing, drinking and eying sexy girls in miniskirts scattered all over the place.

The girls are playing hard to get or just pretending to be hard to land the best deal, the best or most courageous guys.

Music is blaring and it is difficult to hear each other. But no one goes to the nightclub to chat or whisper, but to dance, connect, drink, smoke, feel and land a good or bad girl or guy for sex or real love.

Seconds are turning into minutes and already one hour has passed. It is now two o’clock in the morning, when a VIP storms a particular club in town with several female friends.

She’s sweet and bloggers rank her the 6th most beautiful daughter of 8 top daughters of African presidents, coming only behind Princess Sikhanyiso Dlamini, the stunning daughter of his Majesty King Mswati III of Swaziland, who graduated from Sydney University with a master’s degree in digital communication, and Ange Kagame, the tall, black beautiful daughter of President Paul Kagame of Rwanda, as well as three others.

Anastasie Brenda Biya along with her female friends are surrounded by four men wearing dark shades, reported afrika365.com.

They sit at the VIP lounge of the club. One man stands on their left side in front of them. The other one on the right side, also in front of them. The two other men like the ones in front are behind them but backing them.

Everyone in the club is now aware that there’s an important guest around, except one other star and his friends seated adjacent to the President’s daughter and her clique.

As one of them tries to move, unaware the President’s daughter is near by, he’s grabbed by one of the secret service agents and forced to take the other way. You cannot pass behind the president’s daughter, he’s made to understand.

Another guy who’s trying to take a picture is stopped and told he cannot take pictures when the president’s daughter is in the public club.

Months ago, when Brenda Biya’s pictures at a nightclub were published on the Internet, they went viral and embarrassed the Presidency and her long serving father who has been in power since 1982 and is now 82 years old.

Since that picture went viral, Brenda’s presence in the club has become scarce, afrika365.com said.

Now, security has been reinforced to protect the president’s daughter at night from those who may want to embassy her or harm her.

Minutes are turning into hours and the President’s daughter along with her friends begin to dance. They dance in their little corner. They cannot join other having fun nearby and no one can dare join them.

About three months ago, when the President’s daughter stormed another nightclub, the DJ kept telling everyone that there was a very important guest around, afrika365.com reported, and no one was in doubt that it was Brenda Biya.

Shortly before she arrived, some guys who had paid for the VIP lounge were politely asked to change seat. They refused and the request became an order.

Scenes like that one abound. Trying to live a normal life at her young age, Brenda Biya is more and more hanging out with friends. But her outings are structured and she’s made to stay so close but so far away from people of her age.

She is the PRESIDENT’S DAUGHTER!

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