Jean Robert Wafo warns John Fru Ndi

Jean Robert Wafo warns John Fru Ndi

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June 17, 2022 0

Jean Robert Wafo warns John Fru Ndi

A few hours after the reshuffle carried out within the Social Democratic Front by its president John Fru Ndi, which resulted in the replacement of several party executives in strategic positions, Jean Robert Wafo reacted to express his concerns. The now former communications minister of the SDF, who says he has discovered that he has been replaced by Nguidjol Ngan Moïse, fears a “sudden break” in the party because of these decisions. Even if he congratulates his replacement, Jean Robert Wafo believes that these decisions are at odds with the ideals of the party and therefore can lead to real fragmentation.

Note that in this reshuffle orchestrated yesterday Thursday, the relatives of Jean Michel Nintcheu were dismissed in favor of the relatives of Joshua Osih.

The editorial staff of camerounweb.com offers below the full text of Jean Robert Wafo.

“STATEMENT BY JEAN ROBERT WAFO, MINISTER IN CHARGE OF INFORMATION AND MEDIA OF THE SHADOW CABINET OF THE SDF FOLLOWING CHANGES WITHIN THE SHADOW CABINET

THE IDEALS AND VALUES OF SOCIAL DEMOCRACY WILL BRING INESCAPABLE CHANGE IN CAMEROON.

J I discovered, early yesterday afternoon, a series of three texts signed by the national president of the Social Democratic Front (SDF), Ni John Fru Ndi, revamping the National Executive Committee (NEC), the second most important decision-making body in the left.

The Department in charge of information and the media saw the promotion to its head of comrade Nguidjol Ngan Moïse. I wish my successor every success in consolidating the reputational edifice that we have in the past methodically, with patience and passion, built to allow the word of Change and of the People to be heard, addressed, considered.

If no one denies the national president of the SDF the statutory power to make changes within the shadow cabinet, it seems important to me to note that today’s movements put the party at risk of a brutal but irremediable break with the ideals of its founding fathers: social democracy, federalism as a form of the state, power truly vested in the people.
The programmatic vitality of the party, marked by a multitude of ideas and positions, seems to be paralyzed by a single tendency, one which, through its associations, could annihilate the singularity of the SDF and make it a political force of some kind, without impact on the democratic game and on the positive transformation of the lives of the Cameroonian masses.

Now freed from this public charge and its corollary the duty of reserve, I find a more incisive freedom of tone, always constructive for an original homeless, social democrat and a democratic Cameroon.”

Douala, June 17, 2022
Jean Robert Wafo

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