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Congratulation President Obama for winning the Nobel Peace Prize. I am very happy and hope that as you struggle to make the world a better place to be, our dear and beloved president, Mr. Biya and first lady Chantal will emulate your example. Cameroon is a peace loving country but has been blessed with a president who works very hard to bring prosperity to everyone.Having governed Cameroon for over 24 years, he has built very good road infrastructure.The standard of living of every cameroonian have increased 100 fold since 1984.Our two airport ranks first in the world in terms of cleanliness and state of the art infrastructure. Under Biya's regime, many intellectuals have stopped migrating to developped countries.This explains why Cameroon parliament whose members contain the best minds any country can wish for had no problem changing the constitution to allow our king to stand for election come 2011.
Indeed cameroonians are so rich that the president and first lady could afford a two week holiday to France , and lived in one of the most expensive hotels as evidenced by the article below.

"Friday, August 28, 2009
The President of Cameroon on holiday in La Baule: spending several million


Pictured from left, President of Cameroon is accompanied by the Mayor of La Baule. Photos: Franck Dubray
Official visit to France July 24 to meet Nicolas Sarkozy, Paul Biya has extended his stay in La Baule. He received today from the Mayor Yves Métaireau, the medal of the city. "He's a friend that we receive," said the mayor, who has refrained from any comment on human rights and politics in Cameroon.

During the reception held in his honor, Paul Biya said he was satisfied with his trip: "This is the third time we come to La Baule. We are very committed and for sure we will return. "

He then returned to his meeting last month with French President: "This is a success on all fronts. I respect France who has illustrated for democracy, peace and development in poor countries. Faced with the crisis, it is necessary that countries strengthen international solidarity. "

42 000 euros per night

While France's recently reiterated its support to Cameroon in confirming the payment of 537 million euros over five years for debt reduction and development of the country, Paul Biya and his wife are having a good time in La Baule.

That is already two weeks that they reside in hotels and Royal Group Hermitage Barriere. 43 rooms, 42 000 € per night, spa, casino and shopping sprees: expenditures in the millions. Back to the country scheduled for early September.

The herald

Indeed,a good president to be emulated and courted by others.He is a real model.

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