Created on the 26th of December, 1991 after the return to multi-party politics in the early 90s, the CPP with Tita Samuel Fon and Benjamine Fru Wara as founders on April 30, 2011 in Bamenda during an extraordinary congress elected Kah Walla to the helm of the party succeeding Tita Samuel Fon who had occupied the function for 20years. 

The arrival of Edith Kah Walla at the helm of the CPP gave the party the 6th position during the October 2011 presidential elections in Cameroon; a position the party has never known in history.
According to CPP Sources, the party is planted nationwide in all 58 Divisions, 121 of the 360 subdivisions.
Prior to the outing of the Party Honorary Chairman Tita Samuel announcing a suspension of National Council headed by Kah Walla, the party leader has been seen taking up other initiatives like “Stand Up for Cameroon” with several meetings, workshops and seminars with the mission to effect political change in Cameroon. Since Kah’s arrival at the helm of the CPP, the party has been functioning with the slogan “people first.” 
Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

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