Editorial on Cameroon

By Bernadette Awambeng & Nchang Petronilla

Cameroon’s political institutions are experiencing an unprecedented U-turn in its democratic structure and representation, but for the constitutional council.  This tinny country south of the Sahara with an approximate of 15 million inhabitants are witnesses of recent unprecedented change from a leader none ever dreamt of. He is Paul B. Mvondo Biya born some 80+ years ago by his missionary parents from Equatorial Guinea. Although it is widely believed this impoverished son of a catechist was rescued from the Catholic seminary for a more luxurious and flamboyant French education; it was fate through the milky hands of late president Francois Mitterrand a former Ahidjo protégée that opened his glorious journey into political prominence. Read more on Cameroon


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