Senatorial Elections 2022: It's about time for Chima Ernest

Chima Ernest, sub section president in Mezam 1B, known for an initiative appreciated by many in Bamenda for saving the city from a cholera outbreak, has indicated that he can do better. He has declared his candidacy for the March 12 2023 Senatorial elections in the North West Region.

Chima nternational as his buisness name goes took up the initiative to excercise his services by cleaning garbage within the city of Bamenda II. Besides this that he is known for, he revealed his political standing with the CPDM party for over 20years and believes he is fit to run for Senate. This announcement was made during a press briefing in Bamenda on Sunday 15 January 2023.

"I have been a member of the party since 20 years, I was branch youth president, Youth section President for mezam central in 2004/2005 at the time, that comprised of; Mankon, Nsongwa, Mbatu, Chomba, Nkwen, Nzah n Mendankwe with 31 subsections being the largest subsection in Cameroon", he told press.

Chima Ernest, Mezam Aspirant for Senate says he will not stop serving his community after he gets to Senate and believes that it is only right that young people should be able to take a position and show competence in what they can do best for a people. 

"The Head of State, President Paul Biya has on Friday January 13th 2023 convened the electorate for the senatorial elections. I find it incumbent, after so much reflection, in response to people across the board, to declare my candidature to serve the people in particular and the North West Region in Mezam Division".

Chima Ernest has hopes that as one who has toiled for the political party and who wishes to carry forth the agenda of the CPDM party, he will earn his place being one of seven elected Senators from the North West representating Mezam Division. 

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