Monday, 19 November 2018

Thousands Of Cameroonians Gather To Welcome Maurice Kamto

Thousands of Cameroonians have gathered in the Douala, Cameroon’s economic capital to welcome the country’s chief opposition leader, Maurice Kamto after a brief stay in Ethiopia.


More than 5000 Cameroons waited on Kamto at the Douala international airport and Diedo as he returned from a trip to Ethiopia where he met with top African Union leaders to discuss the deteriorating state of welfare and security in Cameroon.
Thousands Of Cameroonians Gather To Welcome Maurice Kamto
Maurice Kamto’s Movement for the Rebirth of Cameroon (MRC) lost the recent October 7 election which he claims were massively rigged by the incumbent President Paul Biya. His party, however, took the highest votes in the economic capital of Douala.
Kamto’s popularity has markedly increase in Cameroon and abroad since he declared his intention to protect the votes of his supporters after the October election. He has vowed to continue the fight against vote rigging and poor governance in Cameroon but has faced stiff resistance from security personnel in the country.
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