Cameroon's Biya said to be preparing his son as his successor

There is suspicion that Cameroon's 88-year-old President Paul Biya, who has been in power for nearly four decades, making him Africa's oldest and second longest serving leader, is preparing his son as successor. Critics of Biya's long rule suspect he is seeking a family dynasty after newly established groups this month started calling for his son, Frank, to take over should the elder Biya die. Moki Kindzeka reports from Yaounde...