Monday, October 8, 2018

Election 2018: Ndam Njoya gives (finally) the reasons for his absence


The natural candidate of the Democratic Union of Cameroon (UDC) in the presidential elections, a great absentee of the 2018 electoral campaign, has indeed voted this Sunday, October 07, 2018 in his stronghold in Foumban in front of a crowd of cheering supporters.

It was not a ghost. It was not his double. It was indeed Adamou Ndam Njoya that we saw this Sunday, October 07, 2018 at Njinka Public School in Foumban, Western Region.

Expected since the opening of the voting center at 8 am by a large crowd, it is in the afternoon, around 15 hours that the founding president of the SVP arrived with his wife.

All dressed in white, the irremovable Mayor of the Commune of Foumban went to vote in the office C before opening to the press who wanted to know on the one hand his state of health and on the other hand what he think of this presidential election. "I am healthy. And if you have not seen me for a while, it's because I was on leave. For this election, we are waiting for the election results to see what we have done, "said one of the regulars of the presidential elections who held in 2011, the 4th rank out of 23 candidates with a score of 83860 or 1.7336% , very far from the winner Paul Biya who had totaled more than three million votes, or 77.9891%


Source: cameroon-info.net