​Cameroon: Anticipations For President Biya’s Cabinet Reshuffle, New Southern Cameroon Coalition Government May Be Formed

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Cameroonians have been quick to analyze president Biya’s move of a possible cabinet change which might drop several government officials presently on seat. 
Many think the President is under pressure to reduce the tension caused by the Anglophone struggle and please every revolting force for peace to reign in Cameroon. 

His much anticipated appointment could “form a new southern Cameroon Coalition government, drop PM Yang and appoint Fai Yengo Francis, former Governor of the Littoral Region and Shey John Yembe, current Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Autonomous Port of Douala into top ranking offices” a source notes to CIR

This might be the reason for Fai and Sheys call to the Unity palace on Wednesday 13 September 2017, the source added saying the changed would be declared in a working visit abroad and would comprise various Anglophone elites in a bid to address the already tensed atmosphere caused by the upheavals in Cameroon. 

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Cameroonians especially Anglophones are eager to see this. 

President Biya who is hardly predicted made his last cabinet change in October 2015 when he signed a decree reorganizing his government. We can only wait to see this happen! 

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