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Presidential Election in Cameroon: Meet Sandrine Kanmogne, the Woman Seeking to End the Reign of Paul Biya

The presidential race in the land of the Indomitable Lions is fierce and harsh. Sandrine Kanmogne, the president of the Party of Christian Democrats (PDCH) has formalized April 9 last year to run for the supreme office.

The only woman on the long list of candidates, claims like his accomplices, the amendment of the Electoral Code before the polls set next October.

The bleeding points to be reviewed by opponents include: the use of a single ballot, the reconsideration of the voting age (the voting age to 18 years against 20 years dating), the revision of the code to allow a better fulfillment of the political actors.

To all these requests, the President of the Party of Christian Democrats (PDCH), calls for the removal of the bond in the presidential election, which rose from 3 million FCFA in 2011 to 30 million FCFA in 2018.

Taking on her to “fight against the exploitation of man by man”, the politician claims to be invested with a divine mission as a prophetess to “liberate Cameroon from the sects who have taken the management of the country hostage As reported by several sources. “My fight is to fight against the oppression of the poor, promoting moral, cultural and intellectual values,” Sandrine Kanmogne before inviting the population to register in large numbers on the electoral lists in order to put a term to the reign of “his majesty Paul Biya”.

Will Sandrine Kanmogne convince the population and its supporters and stand up for incumbent President Paul Biya?
A few months away from the presidential issue, the battle promises to be tough on both the ruling party and the opposition sides .

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