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Polls: Biya set to arrest opposition leader


Opposition leader claims victory, ruling party disputes claim

By Nsikan Ikpe


There is tension in Cameroon following the conclusion of the presidential polls and claims by the opposition leader, Maurice Kemto that he has won the contest.

In his response, the spokesman for the government, Information Minister Issa Tchiroma Bakary has declared the claim as unlawful and stated that the government will move against the opposition leader who made the claim.

President Paul Biya has governed the Central African nation in the past 35 years even as the elections were held against the backdrop of violence and crisis in at least four of the nation’s regions..


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