Monday, 15 October 2018

Post-Electoral Tension: Paul Biya Banns Issa Tchiroma's Press Conference.

Tension rises in Yaoundé, the eve of the hearing of the electoral dispute scheduled from 11am at the Yaounde Congress Hall by the Constitutional Council.

On the morning of this Monday, October 15, 2018, the Minister of Communication, spokesman for the government, has sent in some editions, invitations for a press conference he personally had to give at 3 pm in the conference room of his ministerial department in Yaoundé on a subject of great importance.

Long after the appointed hour, the conference had not started. While the journalists were already impatient, they were informed that the meeting with the Minister of Communication was postponed to a later date.
Post-Electoral Tension: Paul Biya Banns Issa Tchiroma's Press Conference.
The reasons for this was not revealed. But, sources well introduced, say the order has come from the presidency of the Republic to prohibit this meeting. "Given the post-election context too tense, the head of state thought it should not be added, especially that the minister was keen to comment on the case of true-false observers of Transparency International and on the actions of the candidate Maurice Kamto "confides a source to the Presidency of the Republic.
Issa Tchiroma will not finally speak, just like Paul Eric Kingue. The latter, spokesman of the Candidate Maurice Kamto, had made an appointment with the men and women of media for a press conference on Monday at 3pm at the campaign headquarters of the CRM candidate, located in the Nlonkak district. An hour before the appointed time, the elements of the gendarmerie and the riot police invested the premises, preventing the holding of the meeting.

Thus, the tension rises in Yaounde, at the eve of the hearing of the electoral dispute scheduled from 11am at the Yaoundé Congress Hall by the Constitutional Council.




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