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Paul Biya @90:Divine Blend of Grace & Wisdom

President Paul Biya Of Cameroon PAUL BIYA, PRESIDENT and HEAD OF STATE of Cameroon clocks 90 years of age today February 13, 2023. What Grace and gift of life! But wait a moment. PAUL BIYA came to this world on the 13th day of February 1933. Little wonder for the Grace upon his life. In numerology, the sacred number 13 is considered to be very karmic. It is associated with the divine, and is said to bring good luck and prosperity to those who embrace it. Contrary to other beliefs, many people believe strongly that the number 13 brings about change, which can often lead to a positive outlook. Paul Biya’s leadership is a pure reflection and revelation of the positivity of the number 13. PRESIDENT PAUL BIYA’s innate ability to steer the ship of the state from murky waters unperturbed for over 40 years and still counting, and at the age of 90, is not an accident. This feat should be credited to his God-given grace and wisdom. These two virtues are rare to come by in real life and to be bes

Lessons From Biya’s Power Of Silence, Unpredictability

President Paul Biya Of Cameroon Municipal Updates Daily  If there is something which has made the President of The Republic, Paul Biya, a reference among other African leaders, then it is his ability to remain compose, focus and yet alert even in the midst of the most difficult of situations. This approach is among the many reasons many say, the Head of State , has remained  different even as a civil  servant before  God raised him to the pinnacle of the nation in 1982. Since 1982, President Biya has remained the master  of situations that have threatened even  continents. He has remained consistent and unpredictable in his silence in managing the statecraft. But one thing stands out clear, the President doesn’t  joke and has never joked with the people’s mandate and confidence renewed in him severally. He believes In action before noise not the other way round. He talks through actions. His silence is noise in itself in that, Cameroonians have even written and continue to debate on wh

Military Extortion, Hate Speech: Bamenda-Ekok Drivers Down Tools In Protest

  Road Linking Bamenda And Mile 90 Nsongwa [Ptoto Credit: GPmEDIA] By Raymond Dingana  Drivers plying the Bamenda-Ekok road also known as the Bamenda-Enugu Corridor have been on a sit-down strike against extortion, hate speech amongst other forms of human rights abuses which they say are meted on them by security forces. According to the chauffeurs, apart from being forced at gun point to cough up huge sums to satisfy their ever increasing hunger for money, the soldiers stationed along that road have been calling them names and using hate language on them. We pay more than 30.000FCFA each to these soldiers per day from Bamenda to EKOK. Just from Bamenda town to Mile 90 Nsongwa, a distance of less than 4KMs, there are eight security checkpoints and we spend 8000FCFA each every blessed day. In Bali,they are two control points and we drop 2000FCFA each. After 2pm, they will tell you it's a new team meaning we still have to give money, this is really bad,  said Yanick, a driver. Cars G