8 November 2012

Cameroon: Unlimited Support for President Biya

Summed up as original and hitch-free, Mezam I Section of the CPDM Party made their mark in celebrations marking 30 years of President Paul Biya at the helm of state on November 6, 2012.

In effect; metropolitan Bamenda or betters till; Mezam I section of the party demonstrated strength in the organization of rare activities to cheer the Head of State. Mezam I CPDM Section President, Minister Atanga Nji Paul was at the centre of the mobilization, a fantasia and a CPDM Youth band that animated ahead of the grand rally at the Bamenda Congress Hall.

CPDM Central Committee team to the event led by the Rt. Hon. Simon Achidi Achu told a full Bamenda Congress that is was necessary to show commitment in supporting President Biya for peace and progress in the country. They said he needed more opportunities to steer the ship of the nation and urged for a massive registration on biometric registers ahead of imminent legislative and municipal challenges.

It was against this background that militants were urged to avoid polemics and maximize discipline and chances for a CPDM victory. Mezam I Section with Section President, Minister Atanga Nji Paul at the helm was indeed, at their best in celebrations. It was another opportunity for the section to demonstrate originality in organization. Mobilization was total and militants had a lot to take home cows, bags of rice and messages that inspire hope.

North West Governor, Adolphe Lele Lafrique was around with the blessings of the administration.

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