CPDM Launches Campaigns in Bamenda, puts Hope on Social Media

Philemon Yang, Regional Campaign Head

The Cameroon People's Democratic Movement, CPDM have launched campaigns ahead of the February 9th twin Elections in Bamenda, with a call for party members to engage effectively on the social media to woe potential voters

In a presentation by Adamu Musa, corroborated by the Regional Campaign head, Philomon Yang, emphasis was laid on social and Main stream media as a tool to reach out to hundreds of persons each day, taking into consideration the socio-political crisis in the North West and South West Regions

Campaign Materials

The party also hinges on the special status as a tool for votes. Aspiring Mayors were given sufficient lectures on what the special status will offer to Decentralised services of the state and encouraged to work harder for the next two weeks to ensure the party wins the forthcoming elections which is a test of it's vibrancy during the Regional Election as provided for in the decentralisation code

With 47 Billion accorded to the North West as Public Investment Budget, about 700 Billion as part of the 15% to be divided among councils from the state budget, winning the upcoming Elections is pivotal to the party.

Cross section of participants

A circular from the Secretary General of the CPDM Central Committee reminded campaign teams to work together in love before, during and after the Elections. Be involved in the campaigns but most importantly to vote for the party on February 9

Former Prime Minister, Philemon Yang used the occasion to call for a cessation of violence from the separatists fighters, noting that it is a deterrent to the construction of the Ring road. With 160 billion that has been available by the African Development Bank. Funding for the Bamenda- Babdjou road is also available thanks to the World Bank

The CPDM is competing in all 34 council areas in the North West and 17 of the 19 seats in the National Assembly.

The Divisional campaign teams will launch in the days ahead


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