Time for Cameroon's Biya to Step Down?
From the outside, Paul Biya's long rule might represent welcome stability in an unstable region, but Cameroon's political consistency has been illusorily and illegitimately constructed on corruption and nepotism to the benefit of the Biya clan and its allies at the expense of the Cameroonian people, writes Atabong Tamo from ThinkAfricaPress.
ThinkAfricaPress, 6 November 2012
In terms of economic development, political freedoms and social indicators, 30 years of President Biya have not been kind to Cameroonians. Read more »
Fahamu, 8 November 2012
Paul Biya's three decades in power have been marked by political repression, official corruption, poverty and many other ills. But the people have not looked on passively. The… Read more »
President Paul Biya addresses the United Nations.