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After spending nearly 35 years in the Cameroonian government, he was probably one of the most emblematic figures of the Biya years. After serving as Delegate General for Tourism, then for the National Gendarmerie, and Secretary of State for Defense, Amadou Ali was appointed Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic in 1996. He was then appointed Minister of State for Defense and Keeper of the Seals. In 2004, he became Deputy Prime Minister, and ended his career as Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of Relations with the Assemblies.

Published on November 2022

The northern of the country, which shares long borders with Burkina Faso and Mali, is exposed to attacks by jihadist terrorist groups. The State invests itself on the economic level, accentuates the military grid and the contact with the populations. Report closer to these men deployed on a dangerous ground.

Published on November 2022