Thursday, December 3, 2009

ANDP Vice Chair Declares Candidature for 2011 Presidentials

The Second Vice National President of the National Alliance for Democracy and Progress (known by its French acronym as ANDP) political party of Hamadou Moustapha, Mr Asah Agbor Elisius has declared his intention to be the ANDP presidential candidate for the 2011 presidential elections should the current president of that party decline to run for the elections.

Asah Agbor, a Moslem by religion, was addressing ANDP militants and sympathizers on the occasion following the end of the 40 days of Moslems fasting recently.

Asah Agbor Elisius told cheering crowds of ANDP militants that the ANDP is the lone and sole panacea for the economic and political malaise Cameroon is currently undergoing, adding that whether presidential elections are precipitated the ANDP is fully prepared to enter the race at the shortest notice.

Ahead of the elections, Asah Agbor Elisius said that the ANDP would soon set up a media committee to present the platform of the party to the electorate on radio, televisions, newspapers or any other forms of communication available.

From our news desk

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