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Elecam holds ordinary session ahead of Presidential election

The organ charged with the organisation of elections in Cameroon, Elections Cameroon held its first ordinary session today in Yaoundé to begin preparations for the Presidential election scheduled for October 7.

The meeting presided over by the President of the of the Board of Directors of Elecam, Enow Abrams Egbe falls in line with the electoral code which requires Elecam to meet once every fifteen days till the election takes place.

The meeting that held behind closed doors was centred around the state of Elecam and preparations for the Presidential election.

The President of the Board of Directors of Elecam Enow Abrams Egbe detailed to the staff his recent tour of the ten regional head offices of Elecam to boost the staff and prepare them ahead of the election.

He assured the staff that measures are being taken to ensure the elections hold in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon despite the insecurity in the area.

Elecam has so far received files from three candidates with the deadline set for July 19.

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