Monday, December 11, 2017

"I Am Not In The National Assembly to Have Fun or to Just Appeared" : Patricia Tomaino Ndam Njoya (MPP)

Last Friday, the member launched an easel that injured a CPDM MP. Patricia Tomaino Ndam Njoya expressed her dissatisfaction with the refusal of the Speaker of the National Assembly to give him the floor.


" The plenary is the only opportunity for the SVP to give its opinion and its contribution to the finance law ," said Patricia Tomaino Ndam Njoya in an interview on Monday, December 11, 2017 in Le Jour . What has upset the MP for the SVP is the fact that the president of the National Assembly declared closed the 2018 finance bill "still forceps".

" For us, he could have given us the floor. And even if we could not take it because there was noise, at least we would have understood that it recognizes us as a participant and as a political party that has a say. But the fact that he ignored our request, we balanced the bridge by exasperation.Unfortunately, by accident, he fell on the face of one of our compatriots. We were very sorry, we apologized and thanked God that the accident was not serious. Because, it could have been serious, "says Ndam Njoya.

As a result of this unfortunate incident, CPMR MPs approached Patricia Tomaino Ndam Njoya. The latter explains: " I had two reactions from the CPDM deputies. Some came to tell me that they understand that we are frustrated, but that we must know that they too are in this state of frustration. I kept to their statement that they were the ones who applauded in their great majority. I told them that I could not understand that they did not agree with a situation and that they applaud . "

" As for those who were rather violent, I have a particular message to pass to them. I say to them, they will perhaps get this second extension of 20 years.We are on the eve of the elections, and so far the Constitution and the Electoral Code have not been targeted. How will they get them? What are they going to do about it other than to continue in the light of the 35 years they have already had for Cameroon to find itself at the level where we are. All I can say is that God have mercy on their souls as fishermen, cheaters, bad guys, "she adds.

For the elected Noun department, we must question the problem at the source: " If we were in court, the main reasons for the act should count. Then we must move on to the second question, whether we were in a normal plenary session where the MP was respected, if we had been given the floor and allowed us to work peacefully. "

And to add: " Between 16h 30 and 20h 30, I prepared my communication. I am not in the National Assembly to appear or to have fun. I have been elected by hundreds of people who are waiting for our project to be known to everyone, whereas I believe that we should rather direct you to the how we arrived at this.It could have been more serious and it can be more serious .


Via Cameroon Intelligence Report