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NW CPDM bigwigs begin mobilisation ahead May 20th celebration amidst threats

Top notches of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) under the umbrella of the North West Regional Permanent Delegation of the CPDM, have been crisscrossing the seven Divisions of the Region, mobilising the party’s members ahead of this year’s National Day celebration, despite threats from unknown gunmen.

The delegation is led by the President of the CPDM North West Permanent Delegation, Philemon Yang, who is also the Prime Minister and Head of Government.

Speaking in Bamenda recently, Mr. Yang said:  “we must see 20th May 2018 as the day for the celebration of our national pride, national unity and living together as Cameroonians from all parts of this country. There is great strength in our diversity,” the PM said.

Top CPDM members in Bamenda

The PM reiterated that Cameroon is one and indivisible country and that CPDM members most stand up against those who want to destroy the country.  “We are all involved in the process of dialogue which the Head of State has put in place. Dialogue is a continuous process and not an even,” he said.

The CPDM party bigwigs also used the occasion to assure the North West population that the security forces, which have been drafted into to the Region, is to secure property, prevent violence, kidnappings, and threats. “We must cooperate with the administrative authorities and the security forces, in order to overcome terrorism, regain peace and live together comfortably in our villages and towns.”