French Ambassador to Cameroon keeps undisclosed his conversation with the president Paul Biya.

Yesterday April 19, 2020, French Ambassador to Cameroon was guest on ” Actualité Hebdo ”

It was broadcasted on the antennas of the Cameroon Radio and Television (CRTV).

The French Ambassador to Cameroon, Christophe Guilhou reacted to the numerous public controversies of his invitation to the Unity Palace.

His April 16, 2020 visit to the presidency as invited by the Head of State raised a lot of controversies.

Christophe Guilhou did not seem to bother or care about the numerous comments circulating on web since his last visit.

According to Christophe Guilhou, their conversation with Paul Biya focused on the cooperation between the two countries.

More was on France’s support to Cameroon towards the fight of COVID-19.

” I went to see the head of state as I usually interact with him. The rest is excessive. I have regular exchanges with the head of state, with the Prime Minister. Given the density of relations that exist between our two countries. On the last hearing with the Head of State and what is being said, I have nothing to say. I have no comments to make “, said Christophe Guilhou.

Part of the Cameroonian opinion is not just on the silence of the president of the republic Paul Biya.

But rather, he failed to address his fellow Cameroonians in the current situation of COVID-19, despite rumors of his death and critical health condition.

Why would the president audience with the French Ambassador to Cameroon, rather than his people.

That has been the question many Cameroonians have been asking after Christophe Guilhou’s visit to the Unity Palace.

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, president Paul Biya has not been able to address his country, unlike what other African presidents have been doing.

To many Cameroonians, May 20, National day for Cameroon will clear all doubts around the sudden disappearance of the president since he in person has to address the nation.

 

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