Friday, 22 September 2017

Did Donald Trump Refuse To Welcome The Cameroonian Head of State, Paul Biya, To New York In A Restricted Meeting With The African Presidents?

The absence of the President of Cameroon during a restricted meeting yesterday Wednesday September 20, 2017 in New York between some Presidents of Black Africa and the American president, did not go unnoticed.

Taking advantage of the 72th ordinary session of the General Assembly of the UN in New York, Donal Trump, new US President, invited to dinner last Wednesday, September 20, 2017, African Heads of State. Outside dinner, Barack Obama's successor had a restricted encounter with his African hosts.
Did Donald Trump Refuse To Welcome The Cameroonian Head of State, Paul Biya, To New York In A Restricted Meeting With The African Presidents?
Paul Biya, President of Cameroon which is since Sunday, September 17, 2017 in New York, as part of the 72th Ordinary Session of the UNGA, was conspicuously absent. An absence that provokes a wave of interpretations.

For the opposition to Biya's thirty-year regime, it is a failure of the Cameroonian diplomacy and especially an affront to the dean of the heads of State of the sub-region of Central Africa who maneuvers regularly to stay in power. For the supporters of President Paul Biya, there is nothing to make a whole cheese because, they say, President Trump is free to choose his guests for a meeting in a more closed circle.

Journalists from the public media embarked on the Cameroonian delegation who had announced the presence of the Cameroonian head of state at the snack offered by Donald Trump have not yet published to explain Paul Biya's mock absence yesterday at this meeting of high level.

The identity of the heads of state who met yesterday Donald Trump, namely Ivorian Alassane Ouatara, Guinean Alpha Cond√©, Senegalese Macky Sall, South African Jacob Zuma, Nigerian Mohammadou Buhari, Ghanaian Nana Ado Akufo, of the countries where the alternation to the power is a reality, speaks volumes about the message that the successor of Barack Obama wants to convey. Cameroon-Info.Net

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