Cameroon: SDF Chairman Fires Back At Disgraced Former Communications Secretary Elimbi Lobe .

CAMEROON TODAY is getting reports that the chairman of the main opposition party in Cameroon,Ni John Fru Ndi was made aware of the multiple statements of social Democratic Front (SDF) now former communications Secretary in the media.And his reaction was swift. “It’s unfortunate because I did not followed live. Journalists know why he has been behaving this way in recent months.

”“I think his famous resignation was expected, because He spent most of his time insulting the hierarchy of my political party. I was personally insulted too by this gentleman “regretted Fru Ndi, who invite Elimbi Lobe to cultivate the spirit of fair play. “I wish him all the best in his future political formation”.
“He talks about corruption and abuse of authority. I must say that for several years I have sent emissaries to reorganize the party bodies in the Littoral region and there have always been obstacles. I believe in being fair , respect the statutes of the party and He talks about corruption? So far I am not aware of this .

It was only he who knows about the corrupt and it’s a shame!”The leader of the SDF expressed confidence in the team that has been mandated to conduct elections in the Littoral region.Fru Ndi says he trusts the team he mandated to conduct the elections in the Littoral Region. “In which capacity is he talking? SDF is the only party that organises regular meetings through its National Executive Committee(NEC). All those who have issues, pass through this organs” The Chairman said.Elimbi refused to concede defeat, after he blabbed on the media that he was to replace Hon.

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