Dark cloud of uncertainty hovers over Cameroon

YAOUNDE, Cameroon (AP)

Polls opened late Sunday in Cameroon for a presidential election widely expected to take Cameroon’s long time leader into his fourth decade in power despite calls for him to step down. Officials arrived late to polling stations and many Cameroonians were still in churh. Although Crtv has reported a hitch free elections except one double voting at the Bamenda Congress hall, and President Paul Biya said after casting his vote that the best candidate should win. A disjointed opposition, an aloof electorate and a ballot bursting with a record 23 candidates for a single-round poll make victory for the incumbent, Paul Biya, a foregone conclusion. Continue reading HERE


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