Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Elections In Noso: Cameroonian Soldiers reportedly threaten civilians to wear CPDM uniform

Cameroon's ruling party, the Democratic Movement of the Peoples of Cameroon (CPDM), has faced difficult challenges across the country as its fortunes fall apart.

The party, led by the former president of the troubled country, Paul Biya, is considered a terrorist organization in the two English-speaking regions of the country and anyone seen spotting the uniform of the mafia-style organization in these regions may not exit. from the living place. 

Due to its declining popularity, the party uses the country's military to enforce its laws in places where it is hated. 

On Tuesday January 28, 2020, soldiers in Kumbo in the northwest region forced some civilians to wear corrupt and discredited party uniforms. 

The civilians, who had been arrested for no reason, were detained at gunpoint to carry CPDM campaign equipment. 

Innocent and helpless civilians were detained by soldiers at gunpoint at the Tobin roundabout in Kumbo, forcing them to wear CPDM t-shirts. 

Civilians were later invited to hold the CPDM fabric for a photo shoot.

The party has fallen out of favor with people across the country, and this is causing party officials to think of new ways to prove that the party is in pole position in the country. 

Forcing people to wear party souvenirs is against the law, but since the CPDM and the state are one and the same person, many crimes of the ruling party go unpunished. 

It should be recalled that with the approach of the twin elections scheduled for February 9, 2020, the government wants to demonstrate to the international community that it can organize elections throughout the country and that the ruling CPDM is still a force with which it is necessary to count. 

But the international community is not fooled. The tricks of the ruling party are known and it cannot convince anyone that it is popular, especially in the two English-speaking regions of the country where thousands of people have been killed. 

Like the presidential elections last year, the results of the next twin elections are already known and it is clear that the CPDM will experience a landslide, although it will give some of the seats to its satellite parties. 

Cameroonians are used to this CPDM show and they are not moved by the new scenes from the CPDM film.