Illness has sometimes weakened him, but the years have not softened him. President of the National Assembly for 28 years, Cavayé Yeguié Djibril, 80, does not hesitate to pursue ses rivals across borders. His latest target? A deputy, Kamssouloum Abba Kabir, a pharmacist by profession, based in Kousseri, capital of Logone-et-Chari in the Far North, very close to N’Djamena. What happened for the touchy octogenarian to denounce him to Mahamat Deby Itno, the president of the Transitional Military Council (CMT) of the Chad ?
Cameroon: Cavayé Yeguié Djibril, dinosaur threatened with extinction
“I have the great honor to inform you that we have received precise information according to which the Cameroonian deputy Kamssouloum Abba Kabir, quaestor at the office of the National Assembly, is engaged in activities of trafficking in weapons of war along the Cameroon-Chad borders,” writes Cavayé Yeguié Djibril in a correspondence