President Paul Biya: Cameroon's 'lion man'

From Voice Of The Oppressed Sat Nov 10 2012, 19:40:02

By Randy Joe Sa'ah It is 30 years since Paul Biya, dubbed Cameroon's "lion man", came to power - making him one of Africa's longest-serving leaders. He may have adopted his nickname late in his political career - after the...

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