Cameroon’s Biya wins seventh presidential term in mudslide victory

The Constitutional Council announced that Biya attained a mudslide victory with 71.3% of the total vote cast on October 7

According to Clement Atangana, the Constitutional Council head, opposition candidate, Maurice Kamto got only 14.2 percent of the vote.

International Crisis Group think tank reported a low voting turn out in the two english speaking regions where anti- government forces had blossomed.

AFP journalists reported tight security around the main post office in the capital Yaounde after calls on social media for a protest rally against the results.



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