Read and see photos below: It's fascinating to observe a president in charge of or monitoring his or her country while residing outside of it. However, Paul Biya, who rose through the ranks of the government after the country's then-president, Ahmadou Ahidjo, abruptly resigned in 1982, is an exception.
We have heard many stories of people escaping their country because of insecurities but this one of climate is somehow new to me and many of you.This is because if you are born in that country then you should be used to its climate. Paul Biya is a politician and the President of Cameroon since November 6, 1982.
It is rare to see any elected president ruling or governing his/her country while living outside the country. But for Paul Biya who ascended to the presidency following the unexpected departure of the country's then president, Ahmadou Ahidjo in 1982 is a different case. Despite being accused of stealing votes, Biya has continued to rule Cameroon up to now.
It is interesting to see any chosen president controlling or overseeing his/her country while living external the country. Be that as it may, for Paul Biya who climbed to the administration following the startling flight of the country's then president, Ahmadou Ahidjo in 1982 is an alternate case.
The third place playoff of the Africa Cup of Nations finals in Cameroon has been brought forward from Sunday to Saturday, organisers have confirmed. The fixture will remain at Yaounde's Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium, with no explanation given by the local organizing committee for the switch. This comes after discussions with the Government of Cameroon.
Meet African President Who Doesn't Live In His Country On Claims That He Hates The Country's Climate
Paul Biya is a Cameroonian politician who has served as the president of Cameroon since 6 November 1982. He is the second longest ruling president in Africa, the oldest head of state in Africa, and the longest ruling non royal leader in the world. Biya rose to power after a surprise resignation of the then president Ahmadou Ahidjo in 1982.
Read and see photos below: Paul Biya has been the President of Cameroon since November 22, 1982, and he has served in that capacity ever since. He is Africa's second-longest-serving president, as well as the continent's oldest head of state, having reached the age of 88 this year.
4:Diana Steven Siaka Steven was a leader of Sierra Leon from 1967 to 1985, he served as a prime minister before becoming the president from 1971 to 1985.Steven retired from office in 1985 voluntary where he chosen Major General Joseph Saidu Momoh after pressuring all other successor to step down.
Since November 6, 1982, Paul Biya has served as the president of Cameroon. He is the second-longest-serving president in Africa, the oldest head of state in Africa, and the world's longest-serving non-royal leader. Biya rose to power in 1982 following the unexpected departure of then-president Ahmadou Ahidjo.
CHAD VS GAMBIA. The visiting side of Gambia travel to the Ahmadou Ahidjo Football Stadium ,to take on the home team of Chad in a match in the first leg of the preliminary round of the AFCON African Cup of Nations qualification competition on 23 March 2022, Wednesday.
Africa has some of the world’s longest-serving heads of state. Leaders such as Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and José Eduardo dos Santos have been in power for over 30 years. Today we take a look at these other long serving presidents in Africa that have ruled over 30 years.
Leave Alone Uganda, Meet an African Country which Has Been Ruled By One President for Half a Century
It may not sound clear in majority of people's ears that in this democratic world of the 21st century a country can be ruled by one President for more than 40 years. As you may be worried of Uganda for being ruled by Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni since 1986 when he withdrew Iddi Amini and Milton Obote, there is an African statesman who has ruled for 46 years since 1982.
African political leadership is always characterized by greed and addiction to power. Some of the African leaders to forcefully stay in power despite oppression from the citizens and coups. Out of atleast 20 world's longest serving leaders, Africa continent boast about ten leaders. See the list of the 4 longest ruling African presidents. 1. Teodoro Obiang - Equatorial Guinea Obiag is the incumbent president of the Equatorial Guinea. The 78 year old Obiang assumed the office in August 3, 1979.He is the Africa's
Paul Biya- Cameroon ( 44 years) Paul Biya is a Cameroonian politician serving as the president of Cameroon since 6 November 1982.He was born on February 13, 1933 and has been in power longer than his life time.
The African content is known to have many of the longest ruling non-royal leaders in the world.One of this leaders is non other than the president of the central African nation of Cameroon, Paul Biya. Paul Biya was born in south region of Cameroon, He rose to prominence under the first President of Cameroon Ahmadou Ahidjo in the 1960s, serving as Secretary-General of the Presidency from 1968 to 1975 and then as Prime Minister of Cameroon from 1975 to 1982. Biya became the president of Cameroon in 1982 upon
Uganda’s President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni was sworn in on Wednesday 12th May as he will begin his 35th year as the president of Uganda.Technically, Half of the population of Ugandan’s have known no other president apart from the Yoweri Kaguta since January 1986.
On February 13, 1933, Paul Biya is Cameroon's president was born. The 88 years old has been in office since November 6, 1982. Biya rose to prominence after President Ahmadou Ahidjo's unexpected resignation in 1982. Before being the president, he served as Secretary-General of the Presidency from 1968 to 1975 and then as Prime Minister of Cameroon from 1975 to 1982.
Defending CHAN champions, Morocco yesterday defeated Mali 2-0 in a tough match that saw both goals coming from corners in the second half. There were 6,700 fans at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium in Yaounde. The goals from Morocco were scored by Soufiane Bouftini in the 69th minute and Ayoub El Kaabi. One of Mali players, Issaka Samake received a second yellow card in the stoppage time. Kenyan referee Peter Waweru had yellow carded Morocco’s Mohammed Ali Bemammer but on checking on the Video Assistant Referee (VAR),