By Chifu Edward - After political inactivety in Mezam I Bamenda which is expected to host the commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Cameroon Armed Forces, the Ntaghem CPDM Sub-Section President Ruth Ndonyi, took the bull by the horns over the week end and organised a ground-breaking conference to mobilise the population towards the anniversary celebration.
To denounce several vices
Ruth Ndonyi, the pioneer cum lone female President of CPDM Sub-Section in the Northwest Region used the occasion to denounce several vices which she said were endemic in the Northwest CPDM such as slander, petition-writing, witch-hunting and vaulting ambition for power.
Dissolve their differences
She ipso facto enjoined her fellow CPDM comrades to dissolve their differences so as to be able to work together as one man and mobilise forces to give their national party President and the Head of State President Paul Biya, a befitting reception in Bamenda later this year during the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Cameroon Armed Forces.
Mobilise the population
Equally lashing out at personal creed and tribal politics, Ruth Ndonyi advocated for unity in diversity, peace and development in Mezam I and Northwest as a whole. She entreated other Sub-Sections to emulate the Ntaghem CPDM Sub-Section by organising their own conference in order to mobilise the population towards Biya’s visit.
Observing that her Sub-Section is the most vibrant in Mezam I with six branches all very vibrant, Ruth attracted a standing ovation when she said the Ntaghem Sub-Section has a CIG called the Ntaghem Multi-purpose Common Initiative Group in which they keep poultry, cultivate maize and assist the needy.
She hailed some outstanding patrons of her Sub-Section like the Minister of Special Duties at the Presidency of the Republic, Atanga Nji Paul, Puwo Jonas (Guarantee Proprietor) and Ngufor Peter (Director Farmers House) for the relentless efforts to support her Sub-Section financially and morally.
The conference was attended among others by the coordinator of the North West CPDM Section Presidents, John. B. Ndeh, who also doubles as the Santa CPDM Section President and Hon. Enwe Francis, MP for Momo Division.
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