This Time President Paul Biya Will Be Left With No Option But To Break His Tradition

The Cameroonian head of state is expected in the Chadian capital for an extraordinary summit of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC)

Paul Biya, the Cameroonian president who does not like to go to the summits of heads of state organized on the contains, will he respond present on the evening of Monday, October 30, 2017 in Chad where he is invited by his Chadian counterpart for an extraordinary summit of CEMAC? If there are Cameroonians who doubt the presence of Paul Biya in N'Djamena, this is not the case for Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, the President of the National Assembly.
This Time President Paul Biya will break his tradition
Certain that the President of the Republic will make the trip to the CEMAC meeting with the First Lady, the Right Honorable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, in his capacity as Permanent Regional Coordinator of the Cameroon People's Democratic Rally (CPDM) in the Region of Cameroon. the Far North, had this Monday a statement on the antenna of the Crtv-Radio Maroua to ask the activists of the CPDM, the political party in power, to go this Monday to give a warm welcome to the Cameroonian presidential couple.

"The populations of the Far-North in general and those of the department of Logone-and-Chari in particular, are invited to go massively to N'Djamena to reserve a warm welcome to the presidential couple invited to the summit of the CEMAC" adds Cavaye Yeguie in his press release.
The official program of the extraordinary summit of CEMAC, information that the arrival of heads of state and government will take place on Monday from 16h at the international airport of Hassan Djamouss or 24 hours before the start of work ...

The Extreme-North region, precisely the department of Logone-et-Chari whose chief town is Kousséri, is bordering N'Djamena, capital of Chad.

Source - This Time President Paul Biya Will Break His Tradition.

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