The leader of the Cameroon Renaissance movement Maurice Kamto says the party will put out of the upcoming Legislative and Municipal elections.
The Cameroon Renaissance Movement wil boycott the upcoming parliamentary and municipal elections. It is this Monday that the decision was taken at the headquarters of the CRM political party.
The party of Maurice Kamto justifies this decision particularly, because of the situation in the North-West and South-West regions.
“As long as the situation in the NOSO is not settled,” we learn, the CRM will not take part in the ballot. The meeting that formalized this decision took place this morning, in the presence of Professor Maurice Kamto.
In addition, ABK radio confirmed the decision. On its Facebook page, saying: “The CRM will not participate in the next legislative and municipal elections, as long as the situation in the NOSO is not resolved.” An announcement that a Cameroon Renaissance Movement activist then confirmed. “I told you this morning. The opportunists will cry … I am with Kamto till the end.
The CRM will not go to the elections … that’s all. Long live the president !!!!!! “, Writes the activist, Fotsing Nzodjou on his Facebook wall. The CRM national president had at his side, at the headquarters of the party, his main allies. Former president Akere Muna and Christian Penda Ekoka took part in the meeting. Other political parties have also outlined their strategies to select candidates who will be invested under their banner for the twin elections.
The Cameroon Renaissance Movement, CRM that came 2nd in the October 2018 Presidential election