Armed Force: Paul Biya the president of Cameroon  appoints Eleven Colonels and Generals.
On December 5, 2019, the head of state, Paul Biya made new appointments. This time, it concerns the central administration of the Ministry of Defense specifically the generals and colonels.

The list of those appointed is as follows:
Inspector General of the Armed Forces: Major General Gambou Isaiah.
Comptroller General of the Armies: Brigadier General Djonkep Moyomby Frederic.
Commander of the 3rd Gendarmerie Region: Brigadier General Loubal Zal Pierre.
Commander of the 4th gendarmerie region: Brigadier General Essoh Jules-César.
Commander of the 5th Gendarmerie Region: Brigadier General Ekongwesse Divine Nnoko.
Commander of the 2nd Joint Military Region: Brigadier General Ebah Ebah Bede Benedict.
Commander of the 3rd Joint Military Region: * Brigadier General Agha Robinson Ndong *
Commander of the 4th Joint Military Region: Major General Saly Mouhamadou.
Commander of the 5th Joint Military Region: Brigadier General Nka Valere.
Commander of EIFORCE: Colonel Tiokap Loti Pierre.
Commander of the Brigade Generale District.
Note that the Headquarters Brigade is located in Yaoundé. This brigade is responsible for protecting the capital and supporting the institutions, and the President of the Republic has to allow any of its deployments.

Paul Biya’s Net worth

Paul Biya is a Cameroonian politician who has a net worth of $200 million. Born Paul Barthélemy Biya’a bi Mvondo on 13 February 1933, in Mvomeka’a, French Cameroons (now Cameroon), he has served as the President of Cameroon for more than 38 years, holding the post since November 6, 1982. It was in the 1960s that he saw a hasty rise as bureaucrat under President Ahmadou Ahidjo. By the end of the decade, Biya landed the post of Secretary-General of the Presidency (1968 -1975), after which he served as Prime Minister of Cameroon (1975 – 1982). Eventually, he took over the Presidency from Ahidjo upon his unexpected resignation in 1982. As e ruler of the extremely poor country (with 48% of Cameroonian’s citizens living below the poverty line), Biya is said to belong to the list of leaders with ill-gotten wealth. He used his power to falsify the term limit laws twice, just to make sure he stays in power. Thus, he had the chance to amass huge personal fortune ranging between $200 and $300 million. What’s more, he has made sure to keep Cameroon’s close relationship with France, the country’s former colonial ruler.

By Subiru Madina