Succession of Biya: Atanga Nji the minute man of Ngoh Ngoh [Jeune Afrique]

Succession of Biya: Atanga Nji the minute man of Ngoh Ngoh [Jeune Afrique]

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August 19, 2022 0

Succession of Biya: Atanga Nji the minute man of Ngoh Ngoh [Jeune Afrique]

He does not say it himself openly, but the Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic has been sparing his mount for a few years. Secretly, according to Jeune Afrique, he places his pawns and his networks which could be very useful to him in the succession battle which is already being played out under the nose and beard of Cameroonians.

In an article, the magazine Jeune Afrique revealed how the Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic is preparing to succeed the Head of State Paul Biya, in the event that the Head of State is unable to govern or comes to disappear.

In the revelations of Jeune Afrique, several names were mentioned. Ministers, army officers, police, intelligence, and Israelis.

“Louis Georges Njipendi, who was close to him, recently had to leave his post as general manager of Camair-Co. But Victor Mbemi Nyaknga (National Electricity Transmission Company), Bertrand Pierre Soumbou Angoula (National School of Administration and magistracy), Joseph Ngo (Public Procurement Regulatory Agency) or Jean-Paul Simo Njonou (National Refining Company) are still in place. Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh also maintains excellent relations with the Israelis in the presidency, in first place Eran Moas, influential security adviser and unofficial supplier of the Rapid Intervention Battalion (BIR), the elite unit placed under the responsibility of the general secretariat of the presidency”, we read in Jeune Afrique.

“On the security side, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh has another major asset in the person of Paul Atanga Nji. Minister in charge of the presidency from 2010 to 2018, then Territorial Administration, a position to which he was thanks to Ngoh Ngoh’s influence, Atanga Nji is also the permanent secretary of the National Security Council, where the heads of the country’s police forces, army and intelligence services meet. in business and in the army. He also has friends indebted to the government”, sums up a person close to the palace”, we also read on the news site of Jeune Afrique in an article published a few months ago.

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