Saturday, December 14, 2019

I will do a big unpacking on Kamto after February 9, says Eric Kingue

Paul Eric Kingue says he prefers to focus on the upcoming legislative and municipal elections for the time being.

Mpcn President Paul Eric Kingue spoke this morning on Equinoxe radio. Indicating that he is still on a hospital bed, the former mayor of Penja has for the umpteenth time promised to unpack the person of the national president of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (Mrc) Maurice Kamto. 

On the non-participation of the Mrc in the legislative and municipal elections of 2020, Paul Eric Kingue affirms that he cannot merge into this political party. The reason being that his political future is before him. We cannot therefore ask him not to go to these elections. He said he has respect for big brother Albert Ndzongang. However he thinks that it may well merge into the Mrc, because his political future is behind him.

Recall that for some time, the crack between Kamto and Eric Kingue has been visible. The former mayor of Penja, who has been in the media, has continued to present what he thinks of Mrc activists. Besides, during one of his visits, he called them "Taliban". This morning on radio Equinoxe, he affirmed that there are some who have composed candidacy files for his electoral stronghold Njombe-Penja. 

On the current electoral process, Paul Eric Kingue affirmed that there are political parties which were called to deposit the lists, after the deadline prescribed by law. He refused to name the names. He said all of this will be revealed after the elections. For now, he and his party are focusing on the said elections.