Panafrican News Agency

Cameroon: President Biya leaves for Francophonie summit

Yaoundé, Cameroon (PANA) – Cameroonian president, Paul Biya, his wife Chantal and several government officials left Yaoundé on Friday for Senegal to take part in the 15th Conference of Francophonie heads of State and government due in Dakar on 29-30 November.

Among those accompanying President Biya are the minister of Foreign Affairs, Martin Belinga Eboutou, the director of staff at the presidency, Pierre Moukoko Mbonjo, the minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, and special advisors at the presidency, according to official sources.
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