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Biya writes Trump over Las Vegas shooting

Cameroon president, Paul Biya, has sent condolences to his United States counterpart, Donald Trump, over a deadly shooting incident in the city of Las Vegas, Africa news reports.
Biya who has yet to return from the U.S. where he attended the 72nd United Nations General Assembly said he unconditionally condemned the horrible attack. His statement was posted on his social media platforms on Wednesday October 4, 2017.
In his statement the president voiced the condolences of the Cameroonian people to the American people especially the family of people who were killed in the incident.
The Las Vegas shooting is said to have claimed close to 60 lives while scores were also injured when gunman Stephen Paddock open fire on people at an open air music concert from a hotel building nearby.
The incident has gone down as the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history.
Biya has had cause to condemn deadly clashes back home in the country’s restive Anglophone region where activists are pushing for independence from the mainly French Central African country.
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Biya writes Trump over Las Vegas shooting

Cameroon president, Paul Biya, has sent condolences to his United States counterpart, Donald Trump, over a deadly shooting incident in the city of Las Vegas, Africa news reports.
Biya who has yet to return from the U.S. where he attended the 72nd United Nations General Assembly said he unconditionally condemned the horrible attack. His statement was posted on his social media platforms on Wednesday October 4, 2017.
In his statement the president voiced the condolences of the Cameroonian people to the American people especially the family of people who were killed in the incident.
The Las Vegas shooting is said to have claimed close to 60 lives while scores were also injured when gunman Stephen Paddock open fire on people at an open air music concert from a hotel building nearby.
The incident has gone down as the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history.
Biya has had cause to condemn deadly clashes back home in the country’s restive Anglophone region where activists are pushing for independence from the mainly French Central African country.
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