1, September 2016
Members and supporters of the ruling Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) in Kupe Muanenguba Division of the South West Region have been urged to bury their differences and make the division a bastion of the CPDM. Prof. Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, CPDM Permanent Divisional Delegation Head for Kupe Muanenguba, made the appeal on August 27, 2016 in Bangem, while commissioning newly elected Section executives of Kupe Muanenguba I (Bangem), Kupe Muanenguba II (Nguti) and Kupe Muanenguba III (Tombel).
The event that took place in the presence of the SDO for Kupe Muanguba, Handerson Quetong Konge, was also the maiden visit of the recently appointed Central Committee Divisional Permanent Delegation. Addressing party adherents who converged on the Paul Biya stadium, Prof. Ngolle Ngolle underscored the importance of the Kupe Muanenguba permanent delegation which he said is made up of powerful people.
The Permanent delegation appointed by the CPDM National Chairman, Paul Biya, is not intended to take powers of the local party officials but rather to help in guiding and supporting them, he said. Prof. Ngolle Ngolle who is also member of the Central Committee and Coordinator of the CPDM Academy, emphasized the importance of working collectively in order to consolidate the party’s victories and win more supporters for the CPDM. “Together we are stronger”. “We should not allow enmity among ourselves because we are the party in power”, he stated. “What the National Chairman has put together, let no one put asunder”, he added.
The Kupe Muanenguba I Section President, Ambriose Mesumbe, in his welcome statement stated that the CPDM, WCPDM and YCPDM Section Presidents are determined to work as a team to consolidate the victories of the party as he counted the achievements of the New Deal. Party militants were also drilled on “the attributes of a good politician by Enongene Andrew Muabe during the CPDM get together that also saw the launching of Kupe Muanenguba Common Development Fund, with over 11 million raised in cash and pledges.