Territorial Administration boss Paul Atanga Nji says politicians and political parties boycotting the up coming twin elections in Cameroon are against the constitution and development of the country. He equally reaffirmed government’s commitment in ensuring that peace reign before, during and after the February 9, polls.
Speaking at the opening ceremony of the first Bi-annual conference of governors for the year 2020 in Yaoundé, Minister Paul Atanga Nji promised tough times and severe crackdown on those he refers to as “trouble makers” in the two English speaking regions of Cameroon.The minister equally said the head of state’s directives are clear: elections must take place.
Also present at the conference were the secretary of state for defence in charge of the national Gendarmerie and the delegate general for national we security.
On Tuesday January 14, separatist fighters issue a note calling for a six day lock down being February 7 through 9, to 12 in a bit to frustrate the elections and national youth day celebration.
Regional governors now therefore ready to do everything in their capacity to ensure that the twin elections of February 9, 2020 take place in all the 10 regions, 58 Divisions, 360 subdivisions in total calm, transparency and serenity as per the instructions of president Paul Biya.