Supporters and sympathizers of the ruling party in the Division gathered in Bandjoun over the weekend to thank the President of the Republic, Paul Biya for appointment of their traditional ruler as Senator and for the President’s acceptance to be their candidate in the upcoming poll.
Members, supporters and sympathizers of the ruling Cameroon’s People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) in Koung-Khi Division of the West Region have pledge to vote massively for their national president at the October 7, Presidential election. They gathered at a rally last Saturday in Bandjoun to say “thank you” to President Paul Biya for appointing their traditional ruler into the Senate and most especially for accepting the call to stand as their candidate for the upcoming presidential poll. The Bandjoun palace was colourfully dressed in the party colours last Saturday on the occasion of the big meeting of thanks and support for the candidacy of President Paul Biya in the presidential election of October 7.
The sons and daughters of Koung-Khi came to thank the President of the Republic for the appointment on 12 April of His Royal Majesty Djomo Kamga as a member of the Senate.
This date, most participants noted, will remain memorable for the Division because, through this appointment, the traditional authority and Koung-Khi Divison as a whole were honoured and valued.
Also, they promised 100 per cent for the national president of the CPDM on October 7 to lead the country to emergence in 2035. A justified choice, says Madeleine Tchuinte because Paul Biya is and remains the best candidate. “Like wine, it gets better with the time and experience accumulated in the management of State affairs,” Minister Tchuinte who was also president of the organizing committee adds that the national president of the CPDM is” an android candidate, with an exceptional spirit of openness, intelligence and wisdom that he puts at the service of peace “. He is also a humanist who places man and the human being at the centre of all his actions.
For all this, he is the only one able to get the country out of the current turmoil. The Senate President, Marcel Niat Njifenji, stated that the election of October 7 is a choice of society between those who want the development of the country and those who have chosen the denigration. According to him, the history of the West Region, which has experienced ghost towns in the past is perfectly agrees with Paul Biya, man of dialogue, peace and courage. “A nation like ours can entrust its destiny only to a person of experience who can lead to us higher heights and surmount present challenges for the benefit of his fellow citizens. The Secretary General of the CPDM Central Committee, Jean Nkuete, took part in this ceremony, whose plebiscite promises are now awaited as will be depicted by October 7 poll results.