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    Friday, 6 January 2017

    Minister Bidoung Mpkatt repeats the 'Bidoung Challenge' infront of President Biya

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    When the Minister of Sports and Physical Education Pierre Ismael Bidoung Mpkatt bowed at a 3 m 90 degree distance to salute President Biya on December 9 2016, during the Presidential accolade  offered to the Indomitable Lionesses at the Etoudi Unity Palace for their brilliant performance during the just ended African Women Cup of Nations,  the whole world made a mockery of his action, and believed he was an extremist.

    Some images to imitate his action went as far as using animals to illustrate the action that was immediately theme 'Bidoung Challenge'.

    The humility of the Minister successfully snatched a fat laughter from the Head of State President Biya, during the Presentation of New Year Wishes to the Head of State today January 7th 2017.

    Live on TV, Minister Bidoung Mpkatt, whom the whole world was watching to see if he would correct his past mistake and approach the Head of State closely for the traditional handshake, proved that humility was in-born in him, as he still stood 3 m away, and stretched his hand to salute Biya, who too aware of the 'Bidoung Challenge' burst into laughter, together with all the other guests in the hall.

    Throw back photos have proven that the Minister is a prove of humility, as it is in his habit to pay reverence to his boss Biya, by bowing his head right to the ground.

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