Cameroon Tribune (Yaoundé)

8 November 2012

Cameroon: Donga Mantung Mobilised for Voters' Registration

Donga Mantung Division, home of late elderly Statesman, S.N Tamfu, Dr Fuh Calistus Gentry, Shey Jones Yembe and Ngafesson Emmanuel has committed to massively get on board the biometric registration of voters to arm the constituency towards voting wisely during imminent national elections. In effect, a CPDM Central Committee team was on the field in Nkambe on November 4, 2012 to encourage and mobilize inhabitants to register and make things happen for President Biya to continue to give the nation hope.

It was a rare moment for team leader, Dr Fuh Calistus Gentry to continue to stand by the ruling CPDM regime as a comprehensive insurance for peace, progress and development. It was also about strategies to continue to keep the CPDM in leadership with Fuh Calistus Gentry stressing the need for accountability and equity in the management of CPDM affairs in Donga Mantung Division.

The gateway to have the division on the development map of Cameroon according to Fuh Calistus is massive registration and affectively voting for the CPDM when time comes. It was against this backdrop that team members, Shey Jones Yembe, Ngafesson Emmanuel etc, explained the goodness of biometric registration as a step forward in the nation's democratic process.

The various speakers at the Nkambe event developed strategies for a successful campaign to cause CPDM supporters and sympathizers to file out at ELECAM registration centres for the exercise. The population was urged to be physically present with their national identity cards for the purpose

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