Saturday, November 6, 2021

CPDM's 39th Anniversary: PM Emeritus Preaches Peace, Reconciliation



The leader of the Cameroon People's Democratic Movement to the North West region, Philemon Yang has reminded party militants who gathered to celebrate and commemorate the 39th anniversary of President Paul Biya's ascension to power, to reconcile themselves and put aside grievances gotten during the reorganization of basic organs of the party and forge ahead.

Taking place at the birth place of the national party, Congress Hall Bamenda, the city is however considered home to Party barons as they took upon themselves to ask militants to remain peaceful amidst the ongoing armed conflict and respect party discipline, which requires them to stand firm behind the Head of State, President Paul Biya and support him in all his endeavors.

"There is need for party militants to reconcile amongst themselves, after the friction that occured during the reorganization of basic organs of the party..the CPDM has a vibrant system of democracy, we must demonstrate our commitment to the CPDM's ideal, especially in the consolidation of National unity... promoting social cohesion through our actions". Philemon Yang.


Philemon Yang together with members of Government, with the full collaboration, participation of party militants, staged a walk from Congress Hall Bamenda to Commercial Avenue. A rare action observed since 2018, was to show unflinching support to the President of the Republic, regaining their territory and intergrity from the hands of seperatists, as adviced by the PM, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute.


It is through this march that Philemon Yang made a fervent apeal that activities return to normal and that peace be the watchword for everyone in Bamenda.

The reorganization of basic organs was observed as hostile in many other regions in Cameroon, but im the Northwest region it was rated hitch free. Celebrating 39 years of the Head of State sustaining the relay batton in leadership, candidates who emerge winners were presented.

39 years and counting, the day was celebrated under the theme "All united and gathered behind President Paul Biya for the diplomatic, cultural and sporting influence of a Cameroon that is one and indivisible, decentralised and emerging, which guarantees Living together, social peace, territorial Integrity, consolidation of National Unity and accelerated development of our country".


The Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Supreme State Audit, Mbah Acha Rose, an elite of Momo Division, used the opportunity during the celebration to beckon on youths in the bush who still carry arms against the State to drop their weapons and be part of a bright future.

"The turn out of Momo was so impressive, this is to show that they are proud of President Paul Biya and the measures he has taken. I am thankful, we keep striving for Peace. Let those still in the bushes, drop their weapons and come out,  so that together we will build our division and our nation. Children should be allowed to go to school, we should not hear that teachers making efforts to teach our children have been kidnapped". Minister Mbah Acha Rose.


Supporters of President Paul Biya turned out in their numbers, dressed in colourful party regalia and danced to the sound that came from the drums, animated by several dance groups that represented a cross section of numerous traditional groups at the grassroots.


The party looks foward for future wins, makes strong appeals while condemning school boycotts, arson attacks, killings, kidnappings and all forms of civil disobedience and maintaining a position for a United Cameroon.


By Ndefru Melanie
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