Since his election as President of the Central African Republic in 2016, Faustin-Archange Touadera (FAT) did not fail to cultivate his network with the large Cameroonian neighbor. The Head of State, who himself makes frequent private stays in Yaoundé, notably approached two Cameroonian personalities: Jules Njawe and Joel Kwemo.
The first is the son of Pie Njawejournalist and founder of the daily The messenger. He has been a fervent supporter of FAT for years, even presenting himself as one of the executives of an association called “Support Touadéra”. Accustomed to television sets, he regularly appears on Africa Media TV talk shows.