In the past, Biya has resorted to strongman tactics rather than working with different ethnic and regional groups to find solutions to urgent problems. The time has come for him to turn the tide and he can do this by taking specific action, writes Julius A. Amin for The Conversation.
Biya Needs to Devise a Monumental Shift If The Country is to Turn the Corner
The Conversation Africa, 7 November 2018
Cameroon's Constitutional Council has declared Paul Biya the winner of the October 7 presidential election. Even though observers from organisations such as the African Union… Read more »
Cameroon President Paul Biya and his wife Chantal return to Yaounde after an election campaign visit to Maroua on 29 September 2018.
Cameroon's Opposition Parties Must Bury Their Differences
Deutsche Welle, 7 November 2018
Paul Biya has been sworn into office for the seventh time as Cameroon's president. He is putting his own interests above those of the country, says historian Ndifor Richard. Read more »
Unity Place - Ceremony Full of Symbolism
Cameroon Tribune, 7 November 2018
Heads of diplomatic missions and international organisations in Cameroon and members of the national dignitaries honoured President Biya yesterday. Read more »
Paul Biya Presents His New Dev't Package -
The Head of State yesterday, November 06 took the oath of office at the national Assembly for another seven-year term. Read more »
President Paul Biya has been sworn into serve his seventh consecutive term as the head of state. Reports say his closest rival Professor Maurice Kamto has been detained by security ... Read more »
Paul Biya is set to be sworn in for a seventh term as president amid unrest, arrests and calls by the opposition for a vote recount. Read more »
Despite several calls for an inclusive dialogue, Paul Biya in his swearing-in speech still thinks "negative forces took advantage of some worker complaints to execute their ... Read more »
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