With lists in the ten different regions of the country, the NUDP targets visiting all divisions to touch base with the electorate before March 25 election.
As days elapse, campaign strategies are fine-tuned at convincing the Electoral College in casting their votes in favour of the National Union for Democracy and Progress (NUDP) party. The political party has its lists validated by Elections Cameroon (ELECAM) in all the ten regions of the nation.
On that note, party officials will consult all the divisions and councils where voters can be persuaded. As a strategy, NUDP is said to have more women and youth in the composition of their lists more than most of the nine political parties.
Assistant National Communication Secretary and Director of the Party Headquarters, Kuma Peter Kombain said with none of their lists being rejected, they therefore have to comb all divisions for consultations with councillors.
“Our campaign strategy is to get to all the nooks and crannies of the country for an effective inducement of voters. We have lists in all the ten regions, and in order for us to secure seats at the Senate, we need to effectively visit councillors and present our concrete plan of action for the nation if voted,” he stated.
Before the convening of the Electoral College by the Head of State, the party President, Bello Bouba Maigari had signed a circular on the re-organisation and commissioning of the new executive bureaus of the party sections and divisional federations.
With an encouraging percentage accorded to youths and women, NUDP is using that as a pretext to influence party sympathizers of its policies on gender consideration and youthful inclusion in strategic decisions if and when they get to the Senate.
At moment, the party has one Senator (Pierre-Flambeau Ngayap) who was appointed by the President of the Republic in 2013 and equally has five Members of Parliament at the National Assembly.