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Fako East Parliamentary Candidate Promises More Projects 

By Francis Tim Mbom

CameroonPostline.com — The two CPDM Parliamentary aspirants for the Fako East Constituency (Limbe, Tiko and Muyuka) shall be running unopposed on September 30.  
Gladys Ikome Etombi, one of the two Parliamentary candidates, hit the campaign trail on September 15, with a press briefing promising to lobby for more projects for the people of her constituency when she finally gets to Parliament.

Etombi, 59, was invested by the Central Committee of the CPDM to replace the late Hon Rachel Lyonga after her sudden death on August 11. She will be running alongside Barrister Fritz Ngeka Etoke, a Mutengene-based aspirant. Etombi said she was going to be committed to her promises because her party, the CPDM, has a vision for an emergent Cameroon, which compels her as a Parliamentary hopeful, not to soon renege.

Etombi also stressed that her concern shall be to empower the youth more.
Gladys Etombi is a businesswoman and has militated in the CPDM party since its creation. Before being nominated to replace the late Hon Rachel Lyonga, she was the President of the Victoria Indigenes. She served as First Deputy Chair of the Limbe Urban Council from 2002 to 2007 and is pioneer WCPDM Section President for FAKO I, Limbe.

First published in The Post print edition no 01466

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