Thursday, October 11, 2018

2018: Jean Michel Nintcheu Separates From The SDF And Provides Support To Maurice Kamto


Jean Michel Nintcheu has literally disassociated himself from the hierarchy of his party to support Maurice Kamto who has just recognized his victory after the presidential election on Sunday, October 07

"Basically I think that Professor Kamto is right to adopt this offensive stance in this context of dictatorship where all the institutions of the electoral process are in the pay of the candidate Biya," he said in an interview with the Newspaper New Expression , edition of Wednesday, October 10, 2018

The deputy of SDF Wouri Est and regional president of the same for the Littoral thus takes against his fellow party member, Joshua Osih

Indeed, the SDF candidate for the presidential said he regrets the attitude of Maurice Kamto which he says will "jeopardize their chance for a real alternation"

"Giving indications and trying to make people believe we have the results is premature, I call for respect for the law," said Joshua Osih

Read the whole of the release of Jean Michel Nintcheu

Prof. Maurice Kamto declared himself the winner of the presidential elections of October 7 in view of the results or trends at his disposal. Basically, I believe that Professor Kamto is right to adopt this offensive posture in this context of dictatorship where all the institutions of the electoral process are in the pay of the candidate Biya who also named their own comrades of the party. Biya is, so to speak, judge and party!

These institutions will have no qualms about validating the false results that the rdpc activists are currently making to turn the tide and ensure the "victory" of their champion.

Kamto's approach is strategic because it takes to witness the national and international opinion that must anticipate a possible post-election crisis (prevention is better than cure), but above all it puts pressure on the dictatorial regime of Yaoundé which is in an incredible feverishness since the exit of the candidate of the MRC.

Those who reproach him for the alleged disregard for the law on the pretext that he wisely waited for the proclamation of the results by the Constitutional Council are either the RDPC thuriferious or people of good faith, but disarmingly naive! It is indeed illusory to hope that an 85-year-old dictator can organize elections to democratically accept losing them! I agree with.

Pastor Martin Luther King Jr who said that every citizen has the right and even the moral obligation to disobey unfair laws! The only service that Mr. Biya gives to the Cameroonian people is to take a well-deserved retirement Honorable Nintcheu Jean Michel.