What is the name of President of Cameroon?
Who was the first president of Cameroon?
Ahmadou Babatoura Ahidjo (24 August 1924 – 30 November 1989) was a Cameroonian politician who was the first President of Cameroon, holding the office from 1960 until 1982.
How old is Paul Biya of Cameroon?
88 лет ()
Who is the current president of Cameroon House of Parliament?
National Assembly (Cameroon)
|National Assembly Assemblée nationale|
|President||Cavayé Yéguié Djibril since 1992|
|Seats||180 members (4 vacant)|
How old is Franck?
49 years (August 21, 1971)
Who is the Cameroon Minister of Transport?
NGALLE BIBEHE Jean Ernest Massena. THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT is responsible for the elaboration and implementation of Government policy in matters of transport and road safety.
Who was the first prime minister in French Cameroon?
|1||Ahmadou Ahidjo (1924–1989)|
|2||Charles Assalé (1911–1999)|
|Federal Republic of Cameroon|
Where was President Ahmadou Ahidjo buried?
November 30, 1989
When was Franck Biya born?
August 21, 1971 (age 49 years), Yaoundé, Cameroon
Who is the father of Paul Biya?
Etienne Mvondo Assam
Where is Paul Biya from?
When was the Grand National Party created in Cameroon?
Cameroonian National Union
|Cameroonian National Union Union nationale camérounaise|
|Founded||1 September 1966|
Which is the law making body in Cameroon?
The powers of government officials are limited. Part III (Article 14–24) establishes and define the parliament and the means of the selection of its members and its operations. The legislature is made up of two houses, the National Assembly, and the Senate.
How many senators do we have in Cameroon?
The Senate has 100 seats, of which 70 are elected and 30 appointed by the President, with each region having 10 Senators. The elected seats are elected by the 10,636 members of the 360 municipal councils.
Who is the speaker of the National House of Assembly?
|President of the Senate||Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan||11 June 2019–present|
|Speaker of the House of Representatives||Femi Gbajabiamila||11 June 2019–present|