The Cameroon’s People Party CPP has suspended the National Council of the party headed by 2011 presidential candidate, Social activist and entrepreneur Edith Kabang Walla. The decision which followed a restructuring meeting of the CPP party ahead of 2018 Presidential held in Bamenda last December 29 and made public via a press release January 24, 2018 in World Echoes Newspaper also orders the movement of the Secretary General, Chairperson Kah Walla and lieutenants to their various constituencies for Grass roots mobilization. 
CPP suspends Kah Walla led National Council

Amongst the resolutions arrived at during the meeting amongst others; the voting of Tamukong Roland Angong as the Secretary General and National Coordinator of the party, the rescheduling of the party’s national conference pending filling in of reports by al basic organs, the joining of all political actors in a frank and sincere dialogue to solve the Anglophone problem. On the form of state, the party declared their support for a “unitary form of government and condemns very strongly all forms of violence orchestrated by terrorists” while calling on all militants to ”join the crusade for effective school resumption in the English Speaking parts of Cameroon.”
The possible suspensions of the party chairperson Kah Walla is however insinuated in the declared maintenance of “CPP’s status as presidential majority” which has remained unperturbed since 1992 with the insistence that “all matters should be addressed or directed to the Honorary National Chairman Founder and Father of CPP Rev Prof Tita Samuel Fon.”
The party has also called on “militants and sympathisers nationwide” to “remain loyal to the party and give it enough support as she enters a crucial political season” and has also urged militants to shown from politics of bickering, manipulation and exploitation.”
The CPP meeting has also warned all “self-seeking individuals who have been using the party for money making and personal aggrandizement.”
Mindful of Kah Walla’s determination to bring meaning change and transition to Cameroon via the different platforms she now coordinates like Cameroon Obosso and Stand Up For Cameroon, observers are already describing the outing by the party Honorary Chairman and declaring of party for presidential majority as a means to eject her from the CPP.
Kah Walla was elected as the president of Cameroon People's Party on April 30 th, 2011, succeeding to Samuel Tita Fon who created the party in 1991.
The CEO of Strategy may now need to begin a search for a political platform from which she presents herself for the anticipated 2018 presidential elections.
She has recently been on the shortlist of four by a campaign baptized Anglophone for President alongside Akere Muna, Joshua Osih and Monki Joseph.


Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

Bakah Derick is a Broadcast Presenter and Multimedia specialist with focus on sharing with the rest of the world the daily happenings in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. You can contact us on +237 675460750 or debakah2004@gmail.com.

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