Senator Otte Andrew Mofa(MAO)
The CPDM section president for Meme II, Mbonge has said that Mbonge sub-division is too big to be a sub-division. Senator Otte Andrew Mofa has therefore fired an appeal to government to consider creating a separate and fully fledged division in Mbonge. He was speaking during the Joint Section Conference of CPDM Meme II holding in MbongeMarumba on Saturday 5 November 2016.
Addressing the hugely attended conference, Senator Otte boasted that Mbonge is not only the biggest sub-division in Cameroon in terms of land mass but also has one of the biggest populations. Besides, Mbonge has the highest number of registered voters (32.000) of all subdivisions in Cameroon. Mbonge’s voter registration figures only compare with that of some regions of the country, Senator Otte noted.
With these figures he wondered why Mbonge cannot have a division of her own.
“Mbonge needs a separate division in Cameroon,” Senator Otte cried out.
Programmed to coincide with the 34th Anniversary of Biya’s Ascension to power, the joint section conference provided a rare occasion for the recently reconciled militants of the 48 subsections in CPDM Meme II Mbonge to commune with their hierarchy.
Otte explained that the recent reconciliation move championed by the new Meme CPDM leader, Chief Justice Benjamin Mutanga Itoe, was aimed to appease disgruntled militants following the disagreements that emanated from the November 2015 reorganization of the basic organs of the party. He opined that reconciliation is an excellent idea because there can be no growth without challenges and no change without criticism.
He appealed to CPDM militants to register in the electoral registers and to convince more persons to join their fold.
Enumerating some of President Biya’s gifts to Mbonge, he cited notably 33 government secondary schools, 88 gov’t primary schools, over 20 gov’t nursery schools and the imminent tarring of the Kumba – Mbonge road. With all these, senator Otte called on the Mbonge people to rally behind President Paul Biya.
Also addressing the conference, the Meme CPDM leader, Chief Justice Benjamin Itoe put the thrust of his message on reconciliation, unity and solidarity, while Special Adviser at the PM’s Office, Mrs. Bertha NdohBakata and honorable Bokwe Samuel Ngoe presented papers on exemplary militancy.
Other dignitaries at the conference included Hon. Atinda Martin Mboni, Justice Teddy Mokwe, Alternate Senator Njikam Richard, Kumba Gov’t Delegate Victor NgohNkele, Meme IA and IB section presidents Lawson BakiaTabot and Mbachu Jacob Kay and youth wing presidents Andong Humphrey and McMillian Sako.
Traditional dances animated the occasion.
Source:The Median Newspaper
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