President Biya will for the first time since the outbreak of the war against the Nigerian Islamic sect, Boko Haram, be present at a ceremony of tributes to military officers engaged in the defense of the national borders, specifically those deceased in the helicopter crash on January 22nd in the Far North region.
Cameroon Intelligence Report has been informed that the 83 year-old is under pressure from the French to begin a transition program that will get the nation out of its current stalemate and confused identity. According to the official program, Biya will get to the military headquarters at 11 am on Friday the 3rd of February 2017.
The Chief Executive will hand over the attributes and honorary attributions, posthumously to the four soldiers who died in the helicopter crash. The final journey of the four senior Cameroon officers began yesterday with an interfaith ceremony where the participants prayed for the souls of the departed.
The remains of Brigadier General Jacob Kodji, Colonel Alphonse Kameni, Lieutenants Brice Nchinda and Basil Sulukna, will be transferred to their burial sites after the ceremony.
By Sama Ernest