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  2. Aminatou Ahidjo is the youngest daughter of the first president of the Republic of Cameroon, Ahmadou Ahidjo.. Born on February 19, in Yaoundé [2], she is a lawyer, political scientist and political communicator [3].
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  4. Despite the fact that her father, the late President Ahmadou Ahidjo's corpse are still on exile in Senegal under orders from President Paul Biya, his first daughter, 52years old; Aminatou Ahidjo, came to Cameroon in against her mother's wish, reconciled with President Paul Biya and is now a fervent supporter of his political party; CPDM.
  5. Ahidjo brought Biya in as prime minister when the former British Trusteeship Territory, West Cameroon, became part of a unified country, but the two would from fall out with each other.
  6. Ahidjo, B. A., Maiga, M. C., Ihms, E. A., Maiga, M., Ordonez, A. A., Cheung, L. S., Bishai, W. R. (). The antifibrotic drug pirfenidone promotes pulmonary.
  7. Cameroon 1 - Nigeria 3 or Cameroon 0 - Nigeria 2. I see Nigeria being 2 goals better than them today. Re: Pictures Of Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium Cameroon Where Super Eagles Will Play Against by Humility (m): am On Sep 04,
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  9. Cameroon’s first ever president, Ahmadou Ahidjo, served from to and passed away seven years later. He presided over one of the few successful attempts at supraterritorial African unity: the joining of the southern half of the former British Cameroons with the larger, French-speaking Cameroon.

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