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After the publication of the list of appointed senators by Paul Biya, without even one SDF member, some supporters of the main opposition party have said they never wanted to be appointed.
Paul Biya, made public on Thursday 12 April 2018, a list of 30 appointed senators, to add to the 70 elected ones on 25 March, and a host of these recently appointed individuals say, they will do everything for Biya to stay in power.
After, the announcement of Biya's appointments, the homes of the appointed ones became flooded with people coming from all over, to congratulate them.
Five Cameroonian athletes taking part in the 2018 commonwealth games in Australia, have gone missing.
Cameroonian barrister Agbor Balla, following the news about the abduction of Justice Mbeng Martin, has strongly condemned the kidnappings that are taking place in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon.
He made the call after his colleague Justice Mbeng Martin fell prey to armed groups in the Southwest Region.