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Paul Biya to Rule Cameroon for 43 Years?

With a population of approximate 25 million people, is there no one else in Cameroon fit to rule the country? Paul Biya believes there is none, but the opposition thinks otherwise.

Paul Biya to Rule Cameroon for 43 Years?
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