PAUL BIYA’S RE-ELECTION: JEAN MBARGA NOT IN AGREEMENT WITH SAMUEL KLEDA QUESTIONING THE CREDIBILITY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RESULT

cameroondailyjournal.com|The clergy, the elites of the Far North, etc. condemn the posture of the President of the National Bishops’ Conference (CEN) on the results of the presidential election.

PAUL BIYA'S RE-ELECTION: JEAN MBARGA CONTRADICTION TO SAMUEL KLEDA QUESTIONING THE CREDIBILITY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RESULT
PAUL BIYA’S RE-ELECTION: JEAN MBARGA CONTRADICTION TO SAMUEL KLEDA QUESTIONING THE CREDIBILITY OF THE PRESIDENTIAL RESULT

In his refusal to support the allegations of the Archbishop of Douala, his counterpart in Yaoundé seems to be carrying the voice of the camp opposite. Jean Mbarga brings the contradiction to Samuel Kleda who questions the credibility of the results and the transparency of the 2018 presidential elections. “With the decision of the Constitutional Council, all debate ceases”, slice the head of the ecclesiastical province of the Center to the edition 13 hours of the Cameroon Radio and Television (CRTV) newspaper on Friday, October 26, 2018.

The media outlet of the patron saint of the Catholic Church in Yaoundé comes three days after that of Bishop Samuel Kleda, who for some time has been noted by partisan positions, sometimes going to war, but always on the way to wrong with those of the public authorities. At the press conference on Tuesday, October 23, 2018 in Douala, Bishop Samuel Kleda said he was “surprised by the very high score (89%) of the outgoing president in the Far North, a region marked by poverty and the throes of the war against Boko Haram. To be told that these people voted for those who run them 89% poses a serious problem.



” On the election in the North-West and South-West Regions, where Paul Biya won 81% and 71% respectively of the votes cast, Bishop Kleda believes that “[because] these regions have almost emptied their populations because of insecurity, the candidates could not campaign there.” And wonders: “So, all the percentages that are announced come out of where?” On the verdicts of the Constitutional Council during hearings on post-electoral disputes, the president of the CEN also gives his opinion: “The words “Rejected and inadmissible”. This is what the majority of the population has learned from these hearings. We should examine in depth the opposition’s requests. There is, for example, the appeal of candidate Joshua Osih concerning the organization of elections in anglophone regions in crisis. A situation that threatens the unity of our country.



“So, all the percentages that are announced come out of where?” On the verdicts of the Constitutional Council during the hearings on post-electoral disputes, the president of the CEN also gives his opinion: “The words” rejected and inadmissible ” . This is what the majority of the population has learned from these hearings. We should examine in depth the opposition’s requests. There is, for example, the appeal of candidate Joshua Osih concerning the organization of elections in anglophone regions in crisis. A situation that threatens the unity of our country. “So, all the percentages that are announced come out of where?” On the verdicts of the Constitutional Council during the hearings on post-electoral disputes, the president of the CEN also gives his opinion: “The words” rejected and inadmissible ” .



This is what the majority of the population has learned from these hearings. We should examine in depth the opposition’s requests. There is, for example, the appeal of candidate Joshua Osih concerning the organization of elections in anglophone regions in crisis. A situation that threatens the unity of our country. This is what the majority of the population has learned from these hearings. We should examine in depth the opposition’s requests. There is, for example, the appeal of candidate Joshua Osih concerning the organization of elections in anglophone regions in crisis.

A situation that threatens the unity of our country. This is what the majority of the population has learned from these hearings. We should examine in depth the opposition’s requests. There is, for example, the appeal of candidate Joshua Osih concerning the organization of elections in anglophone regions in crisis. A situation that threatens the unity of our country.



INTELLECTUAL MALHONTELY

Even if the successor of Cardinal Christian Tumi at the head of the archdiocese of Douala calls the population to “avoid any recourse to violence to resolve claims of right”, in the public opinion, the damage is already done. Clear and crisp information To the point that, in a forum published by the website, Professor Jean Gatsi wonders: “Bishop Samuel Kleda, man of God or political opponent?” The law professor at the University of Douala thinks that “it is unintelligent, for a senior religious leader, president of the CEN, to take risky public positions, the day after a court decision issued by a high court competent and whose decisions are not the subject of any appeal. The court decision is a truth said by the magistrates. Resort to innuendo,

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LUCKED BY THE GREAT NORTH

The attitude of “the Archbishop of Douala [who] refuses to accept that the political offer of the Democratic Rally of the Cameroonian People (CPDM) is acclaimed on a part of the national territory” is perceived by Prof. Gatsi as “a insulting the people of this region. ” They believe that “Bishop Samuel Kleda can not claim to have the results of this part of the country because he has never been an observer in the Far North”. On the side of some elites that we have approached, it is stated that “we have never mandated this prelate to defend our interests because our support for Paul Biya is not conditioned.” The illegitimacy of Bishop Samuel Kleda, who, in the opinion of many, “absolutely wants to be like his mentor Cardinal Christian Tumi”, is not only established in the northern part of Cameroon. “He is unpopular in the Catholic Church where he can not win a transparent election,” says a source in the clergy in Douala. “He is then forced to take postures close to those who do not wear Paul Biya in their hearts to gain their sympathy”, continues our source. Who concludes: “Unfortunately, it does not work every time.




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