Cameroon: Opposition Plans to Block B...

Cameroon: Opposition Plans to Block Biya Polls Victory

There are 3 comments on the story from Oct 17, 2011, titled Cameroon: Opposition Plans to Block Biya Polls Victory. In it, reports that:

Seven of the 22 opposition candidates in the October 9 presidential election met at the residence of SDF candidate John Fru Ndi to fine-tune a joint strategy to fight against any Biya victory that may be proclaimed by the Supreme Court.

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#1 Oct 26, 2011
Some opposition leaders ashamed of themselves knowing the king of results they could have and refusing to admit the strength of CPDM decided to call on Cameroonians take the streets and protest. The response from Cameroonians was clear, they were not interested in such offers from an opposition that did not offer them anything. On the D-day, no Cameroonian effectively went to the street and these leaders did not show up during the proclamation of the results as they were eaten up by shame.


#2 Oct 26, 2011
We demonstrate for people who are worth the try. The opposition is a mess and does not deserve we go down to the streets for them. Nobody went to the streets, all Cameroonians were deaf to the call of the some seven opposition leaders to take the streets. Their plan died while in gestation.
Emmanuel Esuh


#3 Oct 26, 2011
Some of the opposition leaders came together after the elections and decided to cause unrest in case President Paul Biya was proclaimed candidate. We never saw all these so called leaders come together before the elections, showing their selfish nature, but today they claim to unite, you can’t fool Cameroonians, they know who you are really.

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