On the set of "The Guest of the Week" on Canal 2 International, Sémi Kéba, the activist and president of "Pan-Africanist Emergency" commented on the longevity in power of President Paul Biya.
The activist and figure of modern Pan-Africanism has not gone through two paths to say what he thinks of the longevity of Paul Biya as President of the Republic of Cameroon. "I know that Paul Biya, there are people who love him. We have to be very clear. I'm not on attacks on people. I was born in 1981. When I was born President Biya was there. This is the Champions League of longevity in power. If you are in power and you are building your country, so much the better. But if you are in power for a long time and you do nothing, at some point it is not okay," Kémi Séba said.
The head of Pan-Africanist Emergencies insists: "Biya is a political genius; he is very, very strong when it comes to keeping power. To say that it is in the hands of France would be dishonest. Because I think France finds it a cumbersome ally. But at the same time, he knows how to play various alliances not to develop his country but to stay in power," said Kemi Seba.