As Cameroonians go to the polls today, Journalducameroun.com reporters are zooming all over the country to bring in the briefs and attractions in the field on polling day.
Absentee candidate, Adamou Ndam Njoya of the CDU, was seen in the early hours of polling day. Reports say he is due to vote in his hometown, Foumban. The 76 year old has been missing throughout the campaign. At one time, in the campaign, the CDU flag bearer stated that his silence is strategic.
In the restive North West region, tension, clashes and gunshots are said to have filled today’s polling day. Many voters are reportedly scared to perform their civic rights. Cameroon’s Prime Minister Philemon Yang, has however voted earlier this morning at the Bamenda up station. He was heavily guided by military officers.
Meanwhile, voters say the ballot papers of Akere Muna are still present in polling stations though he backed out of the race, to rally behind Professor Kamto.