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2018 Presidential election: Joshua Osih meets with MIDA victims

The flag bearer of the Social Democratic Front Joshua Osih on Thursday continued his campaign tour in the Centre region ahead of Sunday’s Presidential election.

Joshua Osih went to meet with persons who have lost money invested in the recent financial scandal of the Non Governmental Organisation named MIDA.

Joshua Osih said his visit was aimed at getting closer to the victims to better understand their problem and reassure them on a swift solution if he comes to power after Sunday’s election.

“Many Cameroonians had subscribed to this Pyramid scheme with their life’s savings, in the hope to better their living conditions,”Joshua Osih said.

“Their investments were unfortunately looted with the complicity of several officials of the Administrative of the Country.

“Many Cameroonians in the scheme have become disabled as a result of having developed all kinds of medical conditions.

He lamented the fact that the present government has been slow in resolving the matter and has not been able to compensate all those who has invested their money in the scheme as earlier promised.

“Despite the uncountable complaints and promises, it is now evident that thousands of subscribers will not be able to get their money back. There’s still no headway to the solution of their problem.

“I commit to fight with them till the end, and definitively solve this problem! I commit for my people, the Cameroonian Nation!,”Joshua Osih concluded.

The flag bearer of the SDF later took his campaign team to the West Region and will equally tour the North West region before returning to Yaounde for a grand rally on Friday evening at the esplanade of the Yaounde Omnisports stadium.

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