Tuesday, 20 August 2019 10:23 GMT

Cameroon: Senate President slams internal affairs meddling

(MENAFN) Senate President of Cameroon Marcel Niat Njifenji condemned foreign meddling in the internal affairs of the country.

Cameroon's senate president voiced condemnation following his re-election after claiming 92 votes in favor out of 99 votes in an elective plenary session of the Senate.

According to the senate president, "foreign countries must not draw hasty conclusions on the way in which Cameroon manages its domestic problems. This is wrong and must be denounced. Cameroon is an independent nation."

Njifenji further denounced extremism and violence, accusing separatists seeking to create an independent nation to be behind it.

He added that "the Senate will spare no effort in giving President Paul Biya all his support for the maintenance of unity, security and development of Cameroon."


Cameroon: Senate President slams internal affairs meddling

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