In Africa or rather in the world the presidency is something that is honoured very much and many countries have a policy to bar youths from contesting for the seat as it is one of the crucial elective posts to be held.
Cameron president Paul Biya is 88 years old but still wants to be re elected in the upcoming elections of his country as he sees himself more suitable and energetic enough to lead.
Despite him having several health complications and the fact that he is old and cannot move about by himself unless he gets support to walk from his bodyguard,Hon. Biya has maintained his course and leads his Campaigns.
A Twitter user by the name man's not Barry Roux has taken his deep frustration to his account asking us Africans who Bewitched us. According to him,he thinks the Cameron president Hon. Biya is too old to retire and go to rest.
The choosing of the elderly or presidents holding on power and refusing to come off it is common in Africa and as we can see most African countries are led by old gentlemen who cannot give up the power to the youths.
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