Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Declaration By Joshua Nambangi Osih On The Cameroon Presidential Election

DECLARATION FOLLOWING THE PROCLAMATION OF THE RESULTS OF THE 7th OF OCTOBER 2018 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION:


Today  I take note that the Constitutional Council proclaimed the results of the presidential election of October 7 2018 despite all the evidence of irregularities and a clear desire to marginalize the populations of the North-West and South-West Regions.

The winner of this election is candidate Paul Biya of the Constitutional Council. nothing will ever be as it was before!

In the same spirit. I would like to tell President Paul Biya that partisan feelings must give way to patriotism and in this approach Mr. President of the Republic, please listen to the people who need peace and reconciliation work and especially need to find our fatherland. 

Declaration By Joshua Nambangi Osih On The Cameroon Presidential Election
May God guide you towards!

If our ideologies and our beliefs oppose us. we must know that there is greater than our Political united diversity. strong, in its identity. with solidarity and prosperity should. in my humble opinion false but very dangerous identity retreats are too oft used.

This election has come to an end. For those who want to play prolongations. let this be done to obtain honourable. strong and democratic institutions and not for the benefit of any one of the candidates because when we consider that an election was imperfect. then it must have been so for all or almost all the candidates. I invite you to join us in building Cameroon's democracy. a construction that started on May 26'".1990 by the SOF.

1 have been fighting. To the SOF. my Party and our National Chairman and all the other friendly political say THANK YOU. I know that many of my supporters are disappointed. I am too. I am all the more so for all those who like me think that I have not had the chance to lead the Cameroonian people over the next seven years. for those who need burdens lifted and barriers removed and especially for those who feel that their voices have not been heard for far too long.) would like to tell you that I have heard you and I will not forget you,. have in me your humble servant who will continue to fight for you from the side of the opposition. 

The real one.

We must overcome our disappointment with the love we have for our fatherland. At this point 1.11 like to express to all those who in this election - which they themselves consider to be far from democratic - see a sign of weakness of the real forces of change. that our desire for a better Cameroon can only be measured by the difficulties that we manage to overcome. We will be up to the challenge.

I once again saw the real Cameroon during this campaign and I liked what I saw because it is full of potential and a bright future. Some want to divide us to stay in power or to get there. but the Cameroon I know is bigger and brighter than all of us. Cameroon is worth all our fights, our energy and our love. I unfortunately could not take part in this election I am devastated by this war and the indifference and as for the battle that ends tonight with a defeat for the party and myself personally. 

I place it under the sign of profound questioning and hope in brilliant victories and even more important battles to come because no matter how heavy the loss defeat, just as victory, help shape the soul and let glory bloom.

Fatherland that I still have so much pride in serving. I would also like to thank the wonderful and dynamic Campaign team that accompanied me and spared no effort in the task as well as the team of lawyers who were with me at the Constitutional Council. I remain surrounded by the energy, the passion and the youth necessary for a new beginning. 

This election has also shown us that we have as a political party, we have a heavy burden on us since the 1997 election to lead the opposition. Let us not forget that our Parliament, group still confers us this role. 

We have no choice but to turn this position into a parliamentary majority vnth the forthcoming elections to fulfil the mission we set for ourselves in 1990.
God bless Cameroon.
For a Better C Joshua Osih

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