CPDM PARTY CELEBRATES ITS 32ND ANNIVERSARY
By Cecilia Musaka in Limbe for Fako News Centre
On the 6th of November, 2014, the Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement (CPDM)celebrated its 32nd anniversary in Limbe.
The event was marked with marching, speeches and numerous dances from all the 10 regions of the country. The CPDM militants demonstrated their excitement as they marched all over the city. After wards the national anthem was played by the municipal band, which was followed by prayer from Reverend Molindo. This occasion being celebrated in Limbe had representatives from all the other regions to demonstrate their unity.
A welcome address was given by madam Ndumbe who welcomed and thanked all the militants for coming out to celebrate this great day and also emphasized that President Paul Biya is rare jewel that must be appreciated. Also, Mr John Essele Ngalle, the vice president of the (YCPDM) expressed his appreciation to the president and closed his speech with remembrance of the late mayor Isaac Ngalle and a minute of silence was observed in his honour. He also emphasized that health and socio-economic development was the focus of the president for the youths. Furthermore, parliamentarian Etombi Gladys was thankful to the president because Cameroon is a peaceful and secured state and urged everybody that we all have a part to play as well in fostering the security of our country by praying for our country. This was attended by all the section WCPDM, YCPDM, CPDM.
All in all this was also attended by dignatories such as the Government Delegate of the Limbe City Council Mr Andrew Montanga, Lord Mayor Rodanny Mbua, S.D.O and some chiefs.