The Cameroon People's Democratic Movement (CPDM) supporters in Manyu I Section in the South West Region, last weekend got lectures on the innovations in the basic texts of the party following its third ordinary congress in September 2011 and provisions of the harmonised electoral code promulgated into law on April 19, 2012. The event took place in the Mamfe Town Hall supervised by the leader of the CPDM Central Committee delegation, Nfor Tabetando. The party members and supporters who represented the various sub sections were enthusiastic filled with the anxiety to acquire knowledge on innovations on the CPDM basic texts. Activities started with an encouraging welcome statement from Comrade Takor Daniel Emoh who gave supporters and officials a brief idea on the spirit reigning within the Manyu One Section.
The Central Committee Delegation Leader, Nfor Tabetando, delivered a key note address thanking militants for their brilliant performance during the last presidential election which saw the landslide victory of the CPDM candidate, President Paul Biya. The seminar presentations were made by comrades Ayuketah Oswarld Tambe,Takoeta Philip and Agbor Sampson Eyong, who respectively dwelled on the resolutions of the recent CPDM Congress, the new electoral code and the new basic texts of the party.
Party supporters got complementary information during the questions and answers session that followed the three presentations. They expressed happiness with the enlarged electoral college for future elections in the party's grassroots structures. They also expressed satisfaction that there will be a biometric registration for elections in Cameroon.
The seminar dragged on till 6 p.m. interspersed with some traditional dances and choral singing. It was also an opportunity for the Manyu people to be schooled on the activities of the National Civic Service Agency for Participation in Development. At the of deliberations they sent a motion of thanks and support to the CPDM National President, Paul Biya signed by the Central Committee delegation members and a cross section of the party supporters.