Monday, 22 October 2018

Top Stories - As Paul Biya Wins Cameroon Presidential Election with 71.28% (Official)

THIS STORY IS BREAKING, PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES: The Constitutional Council in Cameroon has declared Paul Biya, the winner of the October 7 presidential election.

In Monday’s proclamation, the court’s president Clement Atangana declared the incumbent winner with a resounding lead of 71% of votes cast, while his closest challenger, Maurice Kamto garnered 14% of the votes cast.
Top Stories - As Paul Biya wins Cameroon presidential election with 71.28% (official)
Voters: 6 667 754
Voters: 3 590 681
Per of Participation: 53,85
Blank Vote: 52 716
Cast ballot: 3 537 965

1. Biya : 71,28
2. Kamto : 14,23%
3. Libii l: 6,28%
4. Osih : 3,35%
5. NdamNjoya : 1,73%
6. Garga : 1,55%
7. Ndifor : 0,67%
8. Matomba : 0,56%
9. Muna : 0,35%

He added that the election was free, fair and credible despite a few security challenges in the English speaking regions.

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