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2018 Presidential Election: Opposition candidates woo diaspora voters

With just few weeks before the campaigns for the October 7 Presidential election in Cameroon begin, the candidates have taken the fight out of the country to woe potential Cameroonian voters in the diaspora.

This is the case with the flagbearer of the Social Democratic Front Joshua Osih who is in France and Cabral Libii of the Univers party who has just arrived Switzerland to begin his European tour.

Joshua Osih who arrived France on Wednesday will begin holding a series of meetings from September 1 with Cameroons in that part of the world.

“The Cameroonian Diaspora in France has always been a source of great pride thanks to its dynamism and its determination to contribute in building a better Cameroon,”Joshua Osih said.

“It will be my pleasure on 1st of September 2018, to discuss with Cameroonian citizens and present my political, economic and social program.”

Joshua Osih has previously been to Belgium, the United States of America and Germany to sell his vision to Cameroonians.

On his part, Cabral Libii arrived Switzerland on Thursday to begin his European tour which will take him through to five countries and will run till the 12 of September.

The flag bearer of the Univers party has scheduled a series of meetings in Switzerland today and tomorrow before taking off for France. He has equally not excluded the option to extend his tour to the United States of America where he was last year.

Back at home, the candidate of the MCNC, Ndifor Frankline Afanwie is in the West Region where a series of political rallies have been scheduled. He was in Foumban in the Noun Division and is expected in Mbouda and Bafoussam before returning to Douala where he will hold a press conference on Monday at the party’s head quarter in Bonaberi.

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