“Break Time is over the law will take its course” Minister Paul Atanga Nji tells arrested Kamto’s Supporters

“Break Time is over the law will take its course” Minister Paul Atanga Nji tells arrested Kamto’s Supporters

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Cameroon’s Minister of Territorial Administration Paul Atanga Nji has once again issued out another warning to the supporters of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (MRC) of Prof. Maurice Kamto telling them that the laws will take its course on those who were arrested during the “illegal” protest in Yaounde, Douala, and Bafoussam; Paul Atanga Nji pointed out that the government of Cameroon will not tolerate any form of disrespect to its constitution by any political party.

He was speaking in Yaoundé during a join press conference organized by the Minister of Communication Emmanuel Rene Sadi hours after supporters of the CRM, took to the streets demanding for a recount of the October 2018 Presidential election, full accountability of those responsible for the failures of Cameroon to host the 2019 AFCON among others.

According to the Territorial Administration boss, the government of Cameroon will assumed it full responsibilities and CRM party will test the bitter side of the law as a recount of an election that took place four months ago makes them very unserious.

Prof Maurice Kamto and his supporters are of the opinion that the MRC party won the 2018 presidential election in Cameroon and are demanding for a recount of the elections this explain why they have been protesting the results.

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