The son of CPDM billionaire Alhadji Abbo is reported to have been killed in Girafe Hotel at Elig Essono in Yaounde, Cameroon Concord has been told. Aziz Abbo, (50) and first son in a family of 36 checked in the Yaounde hotel from a business trip in Adamawa amid speculation that his Dad Alhadji Abbo has fallen out of favour with the ruling CPDM party in what is now known as the Boko Haram Camerounaise crisis. The management of the hotel released a statement saying the late Aziz Abbo was "strong, lively and happy when he booked to use our services". The hotel statement added that once he was discovered dead, they informed the police authorities. It is important to observe that political and serial killings are now the order of the day in Cameroon particularly involving the political elites of the Grand Nord and the Grand South all in a bid to get a possible replacement for President Biya the 81 years old Cameroonian dictator.