Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Cameroon – SDF: “The Time When Fru Ndi Was Useful Is Over” – Says Felix Teche Nyamusa, The New Challenger Of Fru Ndi

Felix Teche Nyamusa began a tour of the national territory. He presents party activists with his political vision but also his various interventions in the media.

The challenger of Ni John Fru Ndi in the upcoming election of the president of the Social Democratic Front (SDF) is known. His name is Felix Teche Nyamusa. As the daily Le Jour reported in its June 19, 2017 edition, he was exemplified by a decade of activism. On February 15, 2017 “he paid the deputy regional secretary of his party the sum of 100,000 francs as a nomination fee to the national executive committee.” He began a national tour. On June 15, 2017, for example, Felix Teche Nyamusa visited the city of Bamenda, Northwest Region. With an occasional book, a biography that summarizes most of his interventions in the media, the challenger of the founder of SDF presents his political vision.
Ni John Fru Ndi
For Felix Teche Nyamusa “the nation is corrupt, precarious, poor and highly indebted. (…) The quarrels between the main legal components of the country, the former British Cameroon and the former French Cameroon seriously undermine the foundation of the country “. According to his political training, “the time when Fru Ndi was useful is over.” For him his outputs are “soft and inappropriate“. Indicators that show that SDF needs change. He also spoke on the CDPM, the ruling party. “The lifetime CPDM does little more than the wild exploitation of our raw materials and the waste of our reserves,” he says.

Born on January 17, 1966 in Tugui in the Northwest Region, the challenger of Ni John Fru Ndi studied at the University of Yaounde II. He continued his studies in Nigeria. He learned the science of textile and technology at Ahmadou Bello University. At the University of Abuja he studied journalism. The daily stresses that he says he joined the opposition party while he was still a student.

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