Thursday, September 27, 2018

Election 2018: Paul Biya 'attacked' in Garoua


"Since the launch of the Rdpc campaign in the North, we are calling our brothers and sisters loyal to Marafa Hamidou Yaya and Iya not to vote for President Paul Biya on October 7th, as long as he does not release not our elites from the Far North, Marafa and Iya Mohamed. We are delighted by the destruction of Paul Biya's campaign effigies on the night of September 24th, 2018 in the city of Garoua, "warns the 30-year-old Moussa driver, whom we arrested in the caravan of the Marafa pros on Tuesday. September 2018 at a place called Tacha Guinadji.

In the capital of the North, no one knows, since the arrest of Marafa Hamidou Yaya and Iya Mohamed, the ruling party is going through difficult times.

In the city of Garoua, on the eve of the launch of the campaign, Paul Biya's photos have flooded the public space since. All the big crossroads, along avenues, bridges, trees, utility poles and even in the small corners of the city, Paul Biya is everywhere.

On the night of September 24, 2018, Paul Biya's campaign effigies were destroyed by unidentified people. However, on the side of the CPDM, it is blamed on a soldier who has been taken to court in the city of Garoua. On the side of the Marafa pros, we welcome the acts of those who destroyed these effigies.

"It looks like there is only one candidate in this election of October 7, 2018. He is everywhere and occupies all the space.Paul Biya, the strength of experience, we needed people who are unhappy like us to destroy these effigies. Which for us, have no reason to be in the city of Garoua, since the president Paul Biya has lost the North since the arrest of our elites Marafa and Iya ", indignant a pro Marafa having requested the anonymity.

As much to say it is a general discontent that emerges in the middle of the campaign of President Paul Biya in the North, from the elites members of the ruling party. Will the message of gathering find fertile ground in this context? The political actors of the CPDM, although they wish for their own interest, remain skeptical in this 2018 presidential campaign.


Source: actucameroun.com