The candidate says he would prepare for upcoming legislative and municipal elections with the National Programme for Peace in Cameroon.
Frankline Ndifor Afanwi, one of the first timers in the just ended presidential election has disclosed that the end of the October 7 poll marked the termination of his alliance with the Cameroon National Citizen Movement (CNCM). He told Cameroon Tribune that he was chosen to run the presidential race on the banner of a coalition of the CNCM because at the time of submission of candidatures, he did not have what it takes to run for the office of President of the Republic.
He had just been elected president of the National Programme for Peace in Cameroon (NPPC) created in September 2017. Media reports say he defeated the nominated pioneer president of the NPPC, Alain Bertin Lepalou by landslide to become its first democratically elected leader.
The general overseer of Kingship Ministries International, who was the first among the other eight candidates to acknowledge the victory of President Paul Biya, said the national executive bureau of his party is going to meet in the days ahead in the headquarters of the NPPC in Douala to map out the way forward.
He told CT they have learned many lessons by participating in the October 2018 presidential election, adding that they will use the experience as a springboard to take their party to higher heights. The national executive bureau of the NPPC is going to decide how they are going to go about the upcoming parliamentary and municipal election, Frankline Ndifor Afanwi said.