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Akere Muna braves the odds, stages campaign rally in Limbe

The leader of the “Now Movement” and flag bearer of the Popular Front for Development(PFD) party, Barrister Akere Muna, has defied threats from the pro-independence fighters and hold a public campaign rally in Limbe.

Barrister Akere Muna stormed the OPEC city of Limbe Thursday 27, 2018, to launch his political campaigns in the South West region.

Leading a huge caravan through the streets of Limbe, South West Region of Cameroon ahead of October 7, Presidential election, Akere Muna mounted the stage where hundreds of youths are gathered to unveil the party’s programme for a new Cameroon.

Akere Muna reassured the people of Limbe that voting him as President come October 7, is an assurance for the end to the on-going Crisis rocking the Anglophone Regions.

Akere’s convoy in Limbe

The PFD party of Akere Muna is the first political party contesting for the October 7 Presidential election to hold a public campaign rally in the restive Anglophone Regions since campaigns started on September 22, 2018.

It should be noted that militants of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Party(CPDM) had launched their campaign in Buea on Sunday September 23, 2018 at the Buea Mountain Hotel. The launch was strictly for party militants under very tight security.

The pro-independence fighters had banned campaigns for October 7, Presidential election in the two English speaking Regions and had warned that severe actions wait defaulters.

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