Senatorial Elections 2023: SDF launches campaign in opposition camp

By Bakah Derick 

The Social Democratic Front (SDF) has launched campaigns in the Northwest region ahead of the March 12, 2023 Senatorial elections. The political party representives met with the media and potential voters to present their manifesto in Bamenda on Thursday 2 March 2023. 
Senator Ajuoh Ngam Honore speaking at SDF campaign launch in Bamenda

According to the list leader Vanigansen Mochiggle, they have been in the senate and have the experience required to push for the development of Cameroon. 

Senator Ngam Honore insisted that as a representives of the people, they have been working to monitor government action and enact laws for the betterment of Cameroon. 

The new comers Bunyui Emmanuel, Mafogho Inusa and Amboufei Diana didn't have the luxury to talk about their records unlike Buh Sule of Menchum and Ajuoh Ngam Honore of Boyo who enumerated some of their achievements in the ending mandate including support for local projects like water and electricity, roads rehabilitation and scholarships. 

The SDF team has promised Advocacy for increase decentralized funds for Councils, allowances for councilors, greater autonomy for the region within the special Status context and continuation of advocacy for genuine dialogue to end the over six years old armed conflict in the Northwest and Southwest regions. 

The Deputy Mayor of Bamenda Lucas Ngu Afong (SDF)who attended the meeting had challenged the senators to be convinced and committed in their search for votes into the senate. According to Lucas Ngu Afong, the mandate just ending was achieved by his party without a majority of councilors in the region and he believes that this can happen again. 
Senator Vanigansen Mochiggle speaking csmpiahn launch 

This March elections will be into the third legislature and the SDF hopes to be present in the senate despite having less than 30 out of 1130 councilors in the Northwest. has gathered that efforts by the SDF senatorial team to get the list of councilors in the Northwest largely of whom are of the Cameroon people's democratic movement (CPDM) have failed. 
"We expect just a miracle" a senator who will not want to be named told 

The SDF provided seven senators from the last mandate with one dying and another suspended from the party. 

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