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Brenda Biya Victim Of A Crime Of Patronymic, According To Info Matin

The daughter of the President of the Republic, Paul Biya, candidate for the entry contest in the prestigious National Administration and Magistracy (ENAM) of Yaoundé is the victim of insults on social networks.

A veritable flood of declamations floods the social networks since the announcement of the candidacy of Brenda Biya in the entrance contest to the ENAM. According to Info Matin on the newsstand on Monday 11 September 2017, these feverish passions bear a code: 325. This is the number assigned to candidate Biya Eyenga Elle Anastasie Brenda. The daughter of the President of the Republic has indeed composed Saturday and Sunday last for the entry to cycle B "financial control" of ENAM. And according to the newspaper, she will come back next weekend for cycle B of the general administration. Since that weekend, " sources have not hesitated already to predict attempts to insult the President's daughter, who is also asked why she should be responsible for the acts of the Head of State 'State"Info Matin writes. 
Brenda Biya Victim Of A Crime Of Patronymic, According To Info Matin
According to the newspaper, Brenda Biya is already, according to prejudices, on the train admitted before the hour in the name of the "privileged" Republic. Some people " prepare their arrows, awaiting the publication of the list of eligibility to conjecture, regardless of what happens to the candidate, who has been kindly encouraged by her parents who undoubtedly advocate worship the effort, face the tests of the competition like the other candidates ".
For Info Matin, "whether one likes it or not, that one is a partisan of the regime or the camp opposite, it is nevertheless worthy to salute the courage, the humility and the grandeur of soul of this young woman. Brenda Biya, 20, under other skies, could have been content with a situation rent and decided not to mingle with the "others." She did, no doubt wanting . "

Source: Cameroon-Info.Net

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