Bali CPDM Demands Separation From Bamenda

 

 

 

 

 CPDM Central Committee member and Fon of Bali Nyonga, Dr Doh Ganyonga III, has called for a spilt of the Bamenda/Bali constituency. Dr. Ganyonga III appealed for the creation of a special constituency for Bali Subdivision.

 

The Central Committee member made the appeal on March 24, during celebrations marking the 27th anniversary of the CPDM party in Bali. Fon Ganyonga III said the split from Bamenda will provide autonomy for Bali people who have opted to win for the CPDM in all elections, beginning with the Municipal and Parliamentary elections which are around the corner.

 

According to Fon Ganyonga, he was speaking on behalf of the people and Chiefs of other villages in Bali Subdivision, including Bossa, Bawock, Mantum and others who were all in support of the separation from Bamenda.

 

Some senior CPDM party members like the Secretary of State in charge of Penitentiary Administration, Jerome Doh Penbaga, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Buea, Prof. Vincent Titanji, and the Secretary General of the Ministry of Justice, Daniel Munu, who were present at the occasion, all corroborated the appeal of Fon Ganyonga for a split of the Bamenda /Bali constituency.

 

 

Meantime, Jerome Doh said he will do all in his powers to lobby for development projects to come to Bali Subdivision. The Secretary of State promised to lobby for a branch of the Opportunities Industrialisation Centre, OIC Buea, to be established in Bali, amongst other projects.

 

Doh said seminars will be organised in Bali to explain the content of the revised text of the CPDM party by-laws. He urged the traditional rulers in Bali Subdivision to rally their subjects to find out what the people want to enable them stick to the CPDM and give total support to party Chairman, President Paul Biya.

 

The President of CPDM Mezam III Section, Bali, Ajong Ngoh, called on militants to get set for the recompilation of the electoral list.  He urged them to register massively and vote CPDM candidates in all elections. 

 

The Mayor of the CPDM-run Bali Council, Raymond Gwanyalla, said the party was faring well in Bali Subdivision and that he would do everything possible to ensure that it stays on top. 

 “It will be difficult to maintain CPDM at the top, but not impossible,” the Mayor said. The next council election will be a do or die affair, Gwanyalla said.

 

By Jeff Ngawe Yufenyu

 

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