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Bad Losers Of 2018 Presidential Elections Still Giving Impression They Have Something To Offer-Atanga Nji

Douala (National Times)-Paul Atanga Nji, Cameroon’s Territorial Minister  says, the ‘bad losers’ of the country’s 2018 presidential elections are still battling in vain giving the impression that, they have something to offer where as they actually have nothing to serve the population.

The Minister’s utterances surfaced Thursday June 6th shortly after discussions with administrative and security officials of the Littoral Region at the Governor’s office in Douala. The minister also held exchanges with leaders of the bikers syndicate in the economic city.

Atanga Nji told the press that, he has instructed his collaborators to be vigilant especially as people whom he described as ‘bad losers’ of the 2018 presidential elections are still giving a false impression of having something to offer.

The minister said, the state apparatus remains in watch to thwart any action that could threaten public peace and the wellbeing of Cameroonians. Though the minister did not mention any particular individuals,  watchers of the polity affirm that, the message is directed at the opposition Cameroon Renaissance Movement , CRM of detained professor Maurice  Kamto  still threatening to engage in street protests.

Beyond this, the minister said the security situation of the entire Littoral Region was calm and under control. Atanga Nji received briefings from Governor Samuel Dieudonne Ivaha Diboua  and heads of security services. Since the Anglophone crisis, the Mougo Division  has suffered a series of incursions.

The minister said, special measures will be taken to crackdown on drug supply chains in the Region that has threatened stability in schools recently.

To the Motor Bike syndicate, the minister sort an update on an identification program which he and the Union agreed upon months back. He was briefed on the challenges encountered. He told reporters he was ready to ease the difficulties to ensure  every biker is duly identified.

In all the discussions, the minister congratulated the administration, security and bikers for their roles during the last presidential elections. He saluted the security and administration for ensuring order and public peace.

To the bikers, the minister was delighted stating, they showed maturity by ignoring calls for disorder which would have perturbed public peace.

At end of the discussions, the MINAT boss said, the state is ready to support anyone who operates within the context of the law. He warned that those who go against outlined norms will be sent to the country of ‘Had I known’. This is interpreted to mean prison.

 

 

 

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