Queen Elizabeth II Of England Refuses To Grant Audience To H.E. Julius Ayuk Tabe Of Southern Cameroons

The Queen of England Elizabeth II, has refused to grant audience to Southern Cameroons Interim Leader His Excellency Julius Ayuk Tabe .

HE Julius Ayuk Tabe had requested to meet the Queen in a bid to have a one on one talk on the ongoing Southern Cameroons turmoil, which British officials confirmed the Queen is following up.  The Queen turned down the audience request, not because she is not interested in meeting the present Southern Cameroons boss, but because she is the type who hardly grants audience. An example is the American President Donald Trump, who since he became President of the world's most powerful nation, have not succeeded in meeting the Queen in person.  

However, despite the Queen's refusal, her Private Secretary Edward Young said he has asked the Queen's Foreign and Common Wealth department, to update the Queen with the happenings in Southern Cameroons.

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