Massive carpet crossing from the opposition to CPDM party marks steady growth of Boyo III, Fundong at Biya’s 34th anniversary.
Events celebrating the 34th anniversary of President Biya’s ascension to the helm of State registered the difference in Fundong, Boyo Division where the North West Team leader of the CPDM party, H.E Philemon Yang presided the Boyo III, CPDM Economic days. Organized to promote economic activities, alleviate poverty and inspire hope in the spirit of their champion, President Paul Biya, the crowd puller event told the story of the steady growth of the ruling party in Fundong Sub Division.
It emerged from the event that from barely eight percent registered in national elections in the 90s, 22 percent in 2002, 43 percent in 2007, the CPDM has become the choice of the population with a relative majority in the Fundong council. It was a moment for section President, Denis Awoh Ndang, WCPDM President, Fuchi Comfort, Senator John Wanlo and Hon Waingeh Albert to sound off about Boyo III section that has brome a blessing in efforts to disenclave the Fundong municipality.
The password in the section is their stated preparedness to preserve the council and conquer the Parliamentary seat from the opposition. It was indeed, a day when speaker after speaker saluted the Section Executive for showing concern for the population which has inspired a massive move of militants from the opposition to the ruling party. It was against this backdrop that the visiting Prime Minister, Head of Government and CPDM Team leader for the North West, H.E Philemon Yang welcomed decamped opposition militants, hailed the Boyo III CPDM Executive for turning full circle.
He urged militants to stop petition writing and faithfully rally for the good of the CPDM because party hierarchy has already confirmed the new Executive. H.E Philemon Yang urged militants to stand solidly by party Chairman, Paul Biya whose stay at the helm of state has been 34 years of development, great achievements, peace and stability, unity and national integration, hope and security. The Boyo III Economic days had enough to offer the population in farm tools and other gadgets for income generating activities and overall, poverty alleviation.