Banda Kani Dumps Presidential Majority, Swears To Expose Fame Ndongo, Laurent Esso, Cabral Libii

Banda Kani, National President of the New Progressive Movement, NPM, Political party and member of the G20, a group of political party leaders who supported President Paul Biya during the October 7th 2018 presidential election in Cameroon says he is done with the group.

Speaking on ABK radio, a local radio station in based Douala early February 21, 2020, the NPM party National President and founding member of the G20 said he is no longer with the.

“G20 nonsense” for reasons he is preparing to pour out in an upcoming publication.
“I am no longer part of the G2O nonsense. That nonsense I am done with…go and tell these ministers gesticulating in Yaounde,” stated Banda Kani in French.

Speaking further on what he says is a mafia going on between Biya regime barons in Yaounde, Banda Kani said the Cameroon Party For National Reconciliation of Cabral Libii CPNR is owned in essence by Ministers Laurent Esso of Justice and Jacque Fame Ndongo of Higher Education.

“The CPNR reconciliation is the party of Laurent Esso and Jacques Fame Ndongo. I have proofs, and i am not afraid to say it”.He further stated that he is writing a book to expose Cameroon’s Ministers Laurent Esso, Jacque Fame Ndongo and others in Yaounde.

Kani it should be recalled is one of other regime apologists to have called for the elimination of Anglophones in the context of the ongoing Crisis in the North West and South West regions of the country.

Banda Kani and 19 other opposition political party leaders in Cameroon, including current Minister Delegate Jean de Dieu Momo shocked Cameroonians less that 5 days to the October 7th 2018 presidential election announcing their decision to throw their weight behind the candidature of long serving president Paul Biya.

Observers say all has never been well within the G20 since the end of the 2018 presidential elections, as some members allegedly got compensated at the expense of others.


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