Sunday, 17 June 2018

Cameroon - Presidential: If Elected, All The Hijackers Will Be Released Under Jean Blaise GWET

The president of the Patriotic Movement for Change of Cameroon (MPCC) promises, if he becomes president of Cameroon in 2018, to relax all the personalities currently incarcerated in the context of the hawk operation, which targets officers guilty of corruption.


" I am for, the release upon my taking office, of all my brothers and sisters imprisoned as part of the operation" sparrowhawk ", and all those imprisoned for economic reasons " launched Jean Blaise GWET last June 06 facing the press.

The President of the MPCC will keep this promise on one condition; "That [the accused] retro-cede to the State of Cameroon, the assets and property stolen from the Cameroonian people. In his opinion, the solution is not to put the executives accused of corruption under lock and key " but to recover the misappropriated funds to create industries and to give work to our unemployed.
Cameroon - Presidential: If Elected, All The Hijackers Will Be Released Under Jean Blaise GWET
He explained to the editor of 237online. The native of Mbalmayo intends to grant freedom to all political prisoners and other opinion leaders behind bars. It also intends to establish a special status for all former Cameroonian heads of state and their families.

In this wake, the politician has plans to personally bring the body of the late Ahmadou Ahidjo home, and to organize a mourning national honor to the honor of the former President of Cameroon. In the mosaic of the proposals made, it is noted that it also proposes the study of an African currency, that it is for dual nationality.

According to him, " It is time to send home expatriate Cameroonian talents, who wish to participate in the national construction work. We also remember that the sexagenarian is for an election to two rounds and he intends to reduce the presidential term to 5 years renewable once.
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