Thursday, 20 April 2017

See How On Social Networks President Paul Biya Is Showing Off On Instagram

Beyoncé, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Cristiano Ronaldo ... If you're on Instagram, you probably have not escaped the clichés of these stars, "liked" several million times. But you would be wrong to believe that there are only people on this social network.


Okay, Paul Biya is neither Beyoncé (99 million subscribers!), Nor Justin Bieber (84 million). But no matter, the Cameroonian head of state is also on Instagram, where since January 1 , 2017, the important moments of his life as president are immortalized. Meeting with Pope Francis next to the first lady, day with the indomitable Lions after their victory at the African Cup of Nations, tribute ceremonies ...
See How On Social Networks President Paul Biya Is Showing Off On Instagram

Paul Biya has certainly decided to cut the Internet in Anglophone regions of Cameroon, but he uses the web to modernize his image. Just like what he has asked his teams on Twitter and Facebook for many months, Paul Biya reinforces his presence (and his sympathy) digitally.
How else can we explain this cliché of the president perched on a brand new tractor?
A post shared by Paul Biya (Page Officielle) (@presidentpaulbiya) on

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