Over 300 religious leaders in Cameroon have endorsed the candidacy of Prophet Frankline Ndifor Afanwi, leader of ‘Mouvement Citoyen National Camerounais party (MCNC) loosely translated as Cameroon National Citizen Movement for the upcoming Presidential election slated for October 7, 2018.
The church leaders who converged on Bepanda, Douala, Littoral Region on Saturday, September 8, 2018, reaffirmed their support behind their fellow religious leader as campaigns draw closer for the election.
The initiative taken by the church leaders were led by Apostle Oumarou Dobgima of the Apostolic Prophetic Tabernacle International Ministries. It witnessed the presence of leaders of mainstream churches and Pentecostal denominations in Douala.
Talking to the press, Apostle Oumarou Dobgima described the political aspirant as God-sent to liberate Cameroon out of bondage.
“He is God-sent to Cameroonians. The one God has chosen to pilot the affairs of this country. It is time Cameroonians rally behind Prophet Frankline because he is ordained by God to safe Cameroon from the untold economic suffering,” the man of God added.
Reacting to the current socio-political Crisis rocking the two English-speaking Regions, Apostle Oumarou said the lasting solution can only come from Prophet Frankline as President.
“The current Crisis affecting the two Regions of our country can only be solved by a spiritual leader like Prophet Frankline Afanwi, who has been ordained by God and is working under the command of God”, he added.
The religious leaders have taken the commitment to campaign for leader of the MCNC in their various churches when the campaign kicks start later this month.
Declaring their support for the MCNC Presidential candidate, the over 300 religious leaders unanimously agreed to finance the campaign and other expenses require for Prophet Frankline Afanwi to win the upcoming election.
It should be noted that early this month, Prophet Frankline Afanwi called a press conference to enlighten pressmen on the changes he intend to bring into Cameroon if elected President on October 7, 2018.