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2018 Presidential election: CPDM scribe satisfied with party’s mobilisation in Bamenda

Jean Nkuete was in Bamenda on Tuesday to assess the party's activities (c)Jounalducameroun.com

The Secretary General of the Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement, CPDM, Jean Nkuete has expressed satisfaction with the party’s mobilisation in the North West Region and called for supporters to turn out massively on Sunday to elect their candidate Paul Biya.

Jean Nkuete was speaking on Tuesday October 2 at the Congress Hall in Bamenda during a visit to inspect the party’s campaigns in that part of the country and galvanise supporters for Sunday’s election.

Despite the security threats from armed men in the area, CPDM supporters led by the Mezam Divisional Campaign Coordination Commission Head, Minister Felix Mbayu turned out in their numbers to welcome the CPDM scribe in Santa before singing their way into town with him.

In Bamenda, birth place of the CPDM is 1985, Jean Nkuete tasked the supporters to prove it is the home of the party’s umbilical cord by giving candidate Biya a 100 percent vote on Sunday.

His call seems to have fallen on fertile soil as the supporters were all on the same wave length with their Secretary General.

“We, of the CPDM have been for peace and stand for peace. We are going about our door to door campaign in readiness to vote our candidate come October 7 and our militants are very much aware,” CPDM section President for Donga Mantung I Gerard Ngala said as he promised an outright victory for their candidate on Sunday.

Barely few days to the end of campaigns, opposition parties have not been seen on the ground, a situation the CPDM party has praised itself fro braving fear to campaign from door-to-door as instructed by their national Chairman Paul Biya.

“Some pposition parties who were supporting an illusion yesterday, cannot come to campaign freely today. You cannot support what can never be and now you are afraid of your own creation,”Ngala Gerard said.

 

 

 

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