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2018 Presidential election: Campaign trail day 7

The campaign for the October 7 Presidential election enters the seventh day today with the candidates stepping up their game.

The ruling CPDM party has scheduled meetings across the country at the Regional, Divisional and Sub Divisional levels.

After holding a grand rally in, Douala yesterday, Akere Muna takes his team to the West Region where he kicks off his day in the Nde Division with a rally in Bangangte. He will later hold meeting in the Haut Nkam, Haut Plateaux, Koung Khi, Menoua and the Bamboutos.

On his part, the leader of the MCNC party, Ndifor Franklin Afanwi will hold two rallies in Abong Mbang and Bertoua before returning to Yaounde for another rally at the Camp Sic Nlongkak.

His caravan will surely meet with that of the leader of the PURS party Serge Espoir Matomba who will be in Yaounde for a grand rally.

On his part, the leader of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement Maurice Kamto continues his tour in the North region where he will hold rallies in Figuil, Mayo Oulo and Guider in the Mayo Louti division.

The North Region will equally be buzzing to the campaign fever as the leader of the Alliance for Democracy and Development Garga Haman Adji will hold grand rallies in Garoua and Figuil.

Down South, the flag bearer of the Social Democratic Front, Joshua Osih is in Douala where he has programmed a series of rallies in the town while the Cameroon Democratic Union is in the West Region where rallies have been programmed in Koutoulanden, Malanden, Mansouen and Matan all in the Noun Division



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