Members of Parliament of the Cameroon Democratic Union granted a press conference in Yaounde on March 17, 2017
The opposition political party, Cameroon Democratic Union (CDU) has set 11 priorities to achieve during the just started 2017 legislative year in the National Assembly. The spokesperson of the party’s four Members of Parliament, Hon. Tomaino Ndam Njoya Hermine Patricia disclosed the priorities during a press conference at Hotel des Députés in Yaounde on March 17, 2017.
The spokesperson said the priorities were in line with making State institutions to function better with the ultimate goal of rendering the citizens happy, filled with virtues and participating in the live and activities of the institutions. The first priority, Hon Tomaino Ndam Njoya said, was the peaceful resolution of the anglophone problem. She said the problem logically led to their second priority which is effective decentralisation. To her effective decentralisation was part of the solution to the problem. Other priorities concern the use of the Cameroon’s rich cultural diversity which is the base of the multiculturalism, difficulties in obtaining civil status certificates, fight discrimination against women and girls in Cameroon, consolidate and strengthen the Republic and threatened democracy.
Hon. Tomaino Ndam Njoya cited other priorities to include the creation of wealth thanks to the emergence of viable enterprises for economic development, solve the problem of archiving in Cameroon, have a national currency, ensure that the university played its noble basic mission and act as the source of the construction of the nation.