Minister of Post and Telecommunications Maigari Bello bouba of Cameroon

Bello Bouba was born in Baschéo, in Benoué Department in the North Province of Cameroon.
From 1972 to 1975, Bello Bouba was Secretary-General of the Ministry of the Armed Forces.
when President Ahmadou Ahidjo resigned in November 1982, Bello Bouba was named Prime Minister under the new President, Paul Biya.
Biya's appointment of Bello Bouba was said to have been at the behest of Ahidjo, and many thought that Ahidjo intended for Bello Bouba — a Muslim from the north, like himself, and unlike Biya — to be his ultimate successor, and that Biya was intended to serve as essentially a caretaker president in the meantime.
Bello Bouba was re-elected to the National Assembly in the May 1997 parliamentary election.
Although the UNDP participated in the opposition boycott of the October 1997 presidential election, in December 1997 Bello Bouba accepted an appointment to the government as Minister of State for Industrial and Commercial Development.
Bello Bouba was again a candidate in the 2002 parliamentary election from Benoué West constituency, but this time he was defeated.
The UNDP won only one seat in this election, and Bello Bouba described it as a "farce", alleging that low voter registration was used to rig the election in favor of the ruling Cameroon People's Democratic Movement (RDPC); some party members, however, reportedly attributed the UNDP's poor performance to disapproval of Bello Bouba's cooperation with the RDPC in the government.
Maïgari Bello Bouba is the Minister of State, Minister of Posts and Telecommunications, of the Republic of Cameroon.
registration of Parliamentary aspirants were not used for that purpose.
At 35, Bello Bouba had been enmeshed in the intricacies and intrigues of behind-the-door politics.