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UPDATED: Cameroonian Dictator, Paul Biya, In Power For 35 Years, Bans Amnesty International’s Press Conference In Yaounde As Security Forces Storm Hotel

BY SIMON ATEBA/WASHINGTON DC Cameroonian dictator, President Paul Biya, who has been in power for 35 years since 1982, on Wednesday, suddenly banned a planned press conference by Amnesty International in the capital Yaounde without any warning, with security forces...

Boko Haram Storms Cameroon, Kills Several People As President Paul Biya Relaxes Abroad

By Simon Ateba/Lagos Boko Haram terrorists stormed several localities in Cameroon on Saturday night and killed at least five people, a day after a suicide bombing killed one and injured five others in Kolofata, the country's battered far north region. Boukar...

BREAKING: In Its First Video Released In French, Boko Haram Threatens To Behead President Paul Biya Of Cameroon

By SIMON ATEBA/LAGOS Boko Haram terror group has released a fresh video in Hausa and French languages targeting Cameroon and mocking its special forces, and promising to behead the country's President Paul Biya. "I would behead you Paul Biya, it's me...

Rare Video: Cameroon’s Paul Biya – Ahmadou Ahidjo’s Transition Of Power In 1982

Since independence, Cameroon has had only two Presidents. One for 25 years and the other one for almost 35 years now. Here are the rare images of that transition of power in 1982.It's in French. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1Y6MOOgk7U

SaharaTV, African Television Station Based In New York, Tears Cameroonian Dictator, Paul Biya, Into Small Pieces

An African television station based in New York, SaharaTV, has exposed the ruthless ways of Cameroonian dictator, Paul Biya, who has been in power for 35 years since 1982. Mr. Biya recently turned his terribly underdeveloped country into another banana...

After Gambia, Cameroonian Dictator, Paul Biya, Turns Country Into Banana Republic

By Simon Ateba/Lagos Cameroonian dictator, Paul Biya, who has been in power for 35 years since 1982, has turned his terribly underdeveloped country into another banana republic in Africa. He has sent policemen and soldiers to shoot at protesters in the...

Cameroon Is One And Indivisible, Paul Biya Warns secessionists

By Simon Ateba/Lagos Those who are contemplating the idea of seceding from Cameroon should have a rethink as the Central African country is one and indivisible, long serving ruler Paul Biya warned in a New Year message to the nation...

Pictures: Paul Biya’s Security Forces Torturing Protesters In English Speaking Cameroon

Lawyers and teachers are demanding justice and equality and have taken to the street. But security forces under the control of the country's long serving ruler Paul Biya have reacted ruthlessly and have been torturing protesters

My First Day In Nigeria, By President Paul Biya

Relations between Cameroon and Nigeria are on an excellent note as Presidents BUHARI and BIYA are determined to work together for the economic and social development of the two brotherly and friendly countries. This is atmosphere in Abuja where the...
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Speaker Gbajabiamila: Why we’re concerned about effects of COVID-19 on Nigeria

The Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives, Rep Femi Gbajabiamila has said that the possible effects of the novel coronavirus...

Relief in Eti-Osa as Governor Sanwo-Olu flags off construction of Lekki regional road

The journey to the second year of the Babajide Sanwo-Olu administration has taken off on a note of infrastructural drive. On...

Governor Sanwo-Olu flags off construction of Lekki regional road in Eti-Osa

L-R: Secretary to the Lagos State Government, Mrs. Folasade Jaji; Special Adviser on Works and Infrastructure, Mrs. Aramide Adeyoye; Governor Babajide...

African Development Bank approves €88 million ($98 million) loan for Senegal to respond to COVID-19

The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank on Friday approved a loan of 88 million euros to Senegal, hit hard...

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