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Over 800 CPDM, NUDP Militants Decamp To SDF 

By Chris Mbunwe

Fru Ndi, SDF National Chairrman

Fru Ndi, SDF National Chairrman

On Sunday, September 4, SDF National Chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, received some 800 new converts who decamped from the CPDM and the National Union for Democracy and Progress, NUDP.

The leader of the CPDM from Batibo, Mrs. Justine Atud, UNDP leader from Batibo, Edwin Keyaka and the CPDM team leader from Nwa, Elhajid Usmanu Magaji, said they decided to join the SDF because it has a bright future including the achievements registered this far both in parliament and councils.

The CPDM delegation from Nwa in Donga-Matung said deceit, lies telling, blackmail and neglect pushed them to decamp to the SDF.

“For over 30 years, CPDM top notches have been telling us President Biya will pay us a visit in Nwa. This has never happened.

Biya is growing too old to brave it to Nwa before God calls him home; but his opponent, Fru Ndi, has been to Nwa several times, slept there, ate and drank with his militants and he knows what we are going through. So, if we have turned our backs on the CPDM, nobody should blame us,” Usmanu Magaji said.

The Vice President of the National Assembly, Hon. Joseph Mbah Ndan, described the new SDF recruits as the finest and most reliable militants who are out for real political business.

“In the SDF, we debate, quarrel and remain focused always. This is where democracy triumphs. You are on the right path,” Hon. Mbah Ndam said.

The new SDF District Chairman for Batibo, Maurice Woriwum Mbah, expressed joy that the party is growing in leaps and bounds in Batibo.

“We have integrated all of you today, and there is still enough space for Doubting Thomases,” said Woriwum Mbah.

Earlier while welcoming the converts at his Ntarinkon residence in Bamenda, Fru Ndi praised them for their courage as he preached discipline.

“We are a people with a vision to build this country when we take over power. As such, we cannot afford to be unruly.

In the SDF, which you have willingly, from the bottom of your hearts, come to join, indiscipline is not tolerated.

You came on your own and we have opened our doors and arms so that we progress in nation building,” Fru Ndi noted and invited the leaders who resigned to attend upcoming NEC meeting as observers.

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