Cameroon is distributing 500-thousand computers to all university students to boost education

Cameroon is distributing 500-thousand computers to all university students in what it says is a move to significantly boost education and research. But the distribution of what is said to be a gift from Paul Biya, one of the longest serving presidents in the world, months before presidential election has generated criticisms. Over 133 million dollars is invested to buy the computers while countries like Gambia invested just 7-point-5 million dollars to begin an technology assembly plant and that Kenya also has one. Moki Kindzeka reports from Yaounde..