Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Victory of Maurice kamto: the CPDM crackdown unveiled


The Democratic Rally of the Cameroonian People (Rdpc), through its Secretary General, Jean Kueté, spoke yesterday late afternoon, dealing with the statements of the candidate of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (Mrc), "Irresponsible and seditious".

"Some candidates hold fiery speeches to proclaim themselves victorious, calling for a popular uprising. Such actions reflect the political immaturity. We express our astonishment and indignation at these irresponsible and seditious declarations, "said Jean Kueté, the secretary general of the central committee of the Rdpc, before inviting the population to remain calm and to go about their business.

The reaction of Paul Biya's party follows the statement of Master. Maurice Kamto, who has gathered an impressive number of journalists from the national and international press, to announce that he won the presidential election last Sunday.It was in the Odza district, at the headquarters of his political party in Yaounde.

The RDPC, who responded to him at the end of the afternoon with a statement to the press at the Hilton Hotel in Yaoundé, summoned his heavy artillery: in addition to Jean Kueté, Jacques Fame Ndongo, the National Secretary for Communication;Gregory Owona, Yaou Aiissatou. To these, we must add the leaders of the Allied parties: Issa Tchiroma Bakary, Me Jean de Dieu Momo, Robert Bapot Lipot.

Jean Kueté the general secretary of the Rdpc, has finally put Maurice Kamto on guard, indicating that "force will be given to the law", thus alluding to the military repression which would fall on those who dare to go down in the street, to claim the "victory" of the Mrc candidate, on the day of the proclamation of the expected results by 22 October 2018, by the only Constitutional Court.

Are we moving towards a scenario in the Ivorian where presumably, everything betrays that Maurice Kamto, would be opposed to Paul Biya as was the case in 2010 in Côte-D'ivoire, between Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Dramane Ouattara?


Source: camer.be