Voting begins in Cameroon




Voting begins in Cameroon

Voting began from the get-go in Cameroon on Sunday in pivotal presidential surveys being held against to choose the confidence of 95-year-old President Paul Biya who is looking for another term following 36 years in office.

Biya has been the President of Cameroon since 6 November 1982.

He climbed quickly as an official under President Ahmadou Ahidjo in the 1960s, filling in as Secretary-General of the Presidency from 1968 to 1975.

He filled in as Prime Minister of Cameroon from 1975 to 1982.

He succeeded Ahidjo as president upon the last's unexpected renunciation in 1982 and solidified power in a 1983– 1984.

Biya presented political changes inside the setting of a one-party framework in the 1980s.

Under genuine weight, he acknowledged the presentation of multiparty governmental issues in the mid 1990s.

The nation has been confronting disturbance by the English talking part, looking for severance.

The Sunday presidential race is likewise being held against a setting of phenomenal brutality in the nation's English-talking areas, where nationals are clamoring for a breakaway.

"I've come right on time to maintain a strategic distance from lines… I've done my urban obligation, now we sit tight for the outcomes," said Joelle, 51, who was the second individual to vote at the Bastos government funded school surveying station in the capital Yaounde.



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