Star players in Cameroon's national soccer team have always doubled as PR pawns for the protracted rule of Paul Biya, the country's aging and hard-line head of state.
Manu Dibango has been here for centuries, and he ain't goin' away any time soon.
At Italia 1990, Cameroon pulled off the greatest upsets in football in the history of the World Cup--against Maradona's Argentina.
Paul Biya's inability to address the crisis in the country's Anglophone region is pushing the nation to the brink.
Biya did not conceive the system by which he rules Cameroon, but deserves as much credit for the modifications that have enabled his sustained three-decade plus reign.
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