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PAUL BIYA WON CAMEROON PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION


The Constitutional Council in Cameroon has declared Paul Biya, the winner of the October 7 presidential election.

THE SHARING OF THE VOTES
1- Biya : 71,28
2- Kamto : 14,23%
3- Libii l: 6,28%
4- Osih : 3,35%
5- NdamNjoya : 1,73%
6- Garga : 1,55%
7- Ndifor : 0,67%
8- Matomba : 0,56%
9- Muna : 0,35%

The widely-expected win gives the 85-year-old a seventh term in office and could see him in power until at least the age of 92. The only current African president to have ruled longer is Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.

 

News Date: 29 / 10 / 2018
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