From: Kah Walla
October 20, 2011 ~
I had to go through and reread the Yaoundé Declaration to determine if some inopportune phrase had slipped in without my knowing. As I observe the Minister of Communication (whose salary I and some 19 million plus other Cameroonians pay for with our taxes) go round the media organs to dictate editorial lines and buy the broadcasting of specific messages, as I read headlines which claim the “opposition has declared war”, as I listen to radio interviews where peo
2011 Cameroon Presidential Election - Voting Results from New York, NY, USA
Polling Station: New York
Address: Permanent Mission of Cameroon to the United Nations,
22 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021
Voting day Sunday October 09th 2011
Voting hours = 8am to 6pm
Votes Count start time = 6:33 pm EST
Votes counted by New York Elecam President, Mr Henry Meboe
Assisted by: Mr Kilo, Mr Amio-Priso, and another man who was writing the results on the white board. Other Elecam staff member: Ms Naomie. (All
On April 30, 2011, the Cameroon People's Party (CPP) held an extraordinary congress. Following this conference, three main resolutions were voted upon.
1. Election of Ms. Edith Kahbang Walla known under the short form of her name, Kah Walla, as President of the National Council of the CCP
2. Nomination of Ms. Kah Walla as candidate of the CPP for the presidential election of October 2011
3. Renewal of the secretariat of the party to include a young, competent and enthusiastic team.
4. The programmin
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