Video shows 86-year-old Biya “wobbling” in Paris

President Paul Biya is attending the 2nd Edition of the Paris Peace Summit on the invitation of French President, 41-year-old Emanuel Macron.

Biya is seen wobbling as he moved to shake hands with the French leader.
His legs were apparently unable to support his weight as he would be supported up a 7-step stairway by his bodyguard.

President Paul Biya will be 87 on February 13, 2020. Last November 6, he celebrated his 37th year as President of the central African nation. The current mandate which he renewed last October 7, 2018, following controversial polls expires in 2025.
Before luck shone on him, Biya was Prime Minister for seven uninterrupted years.

Critics say he has in 37 years taken the country to an all-time low, with uncountable crises plaguing the underdeveloped nation, the most pressing of which is the conflict in the North West and Southwest Regions.
It is even rumored in some quarters that the “traveling president” is now being moved around by his wife, Chantal and her puppet, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh who is the all-powerful Minister of State, Secretary-General at the Presidency of the Republi.

supported up a 7-step stairway by his bodyguard.
President Paul Biya will be 87 on February 13, 2020. Last November 6, he celebrated his 37th year as President of the central African nation. The current mandate which he renewed last October 7, 2018, following controversial polls expires in 2025.
Before luck shone on him, Biya was Prime Minister for seven uninterrupted years.
Critics say he has in 37 years taken the country to an all-time low, with uncountable crises plaguing the underdeveloped nation, the most pressing of which is the conflict in the North West and Southwest Regions.
It is even rumored in some quarters that the “traveling president” is now being moved around by his wife, Chantal and her puppet, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh who is the all-powerful Minister of State, Secretary-General at the Presidency of the Republic.

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