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The office of the United party for Social Renovation (PURS) in Douala, was consumed by fire on Sunday 03 November.
Muhamadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria has affirmed his support to Paul Biya, concerning the Anglophone crisis.
As reports from Cameroon-info.net, quoting Anecdote indicate, the two presidents were recently on phone, and got to discuss about the situation in the two English speaking Regions in Cameroon. In their conversation the Nigerian leader said he will support Biyia to fight against those who are trying to destabilize the country.
The minister of Defense, Beti Assomo, chaired a meeting in the conference hall of the Ministry of Defense in Yaounde on 1st December 2017.
The style of communication that Paul Biya has adopted when faced with breaking situations in Cameroon, calls for concern.
The draws for the 2018 world cup in Russia are done and one can now certainly say a particular team is in either group A, B, C, D, E, F, G, or H.