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Cameroon-Garoua-Boulaï: the CPDM proposes a useful vote in the senatorial elections

by Theophile
Cameroon-Garoua-Boulaï: the CPDM proposes a useful vote in the senatorial elections

Chairman of the party’s communal campaign commission, Blaise Moussa, interviewed members of the Electoral College and activists this Saturday, March 4, 2023 in the locality during a meeting.

Despite the apparent difficulty of the task, the Cameroon People Democratic Movement (CPDM), intends to rally the electoral college of the city because of it. Here, the voices of the three regional councilors and the 24 municipal councilors of the locality are at stake.

The main difficulty being that the municipal council of Garoua-Boulai is in the hands of the UNDP. By the way, it is the only locality in the Eastern region that is not in the hands of the Democratic Republic of Kazakhstan. City senatorial candidate Mireille Gassawily Adare was introduced at the assembly. Blaise Moussa, on the other hand, Director of CAMWATER, took this opportunity to update the project to rehabilitate the city’s drinking water supply system. Works will include rehabilitation of raw water intake, rehabilitation and expansion of the treatment plant to a capacity of 1800 m3/day and densification of the distribution network.

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