Saint Eloi Bidoung, the current Deputy Mayor of the Yaoundé IV Municipality has hinted he is on course to creating a political party for himself since he has been excluded from the ruling CPDM party for more than 36 months.
The ambitious politician has admitted he intends to one day be at the head of the supreme magistracy and that can only do when he is the leader of a political party.
The idea of a new political party which Saint Eloi Bidoung says he would name the “Cameroon People’s Party for the Poor” has been lurking over his mind for the entirety of the time he was excluded from the ruling CPDM party, a suspension, he implies, he never deserved.
He maintains that he has an obligation as a politician to lead his people and that he needs a platform to achieve that.
“If you have been excluded from your political party and you are a politician who has a vocation of public service, then you must have a political structure. I want to become president of the Republic and to achieve this, I have to be at the head of a political structure,” he declared.
Saint Eloi Bidoung also revealed that for over two months he has already initiated administrative procedures with a view of legalizing this entity within the shortest possible time.
He says the ideology of his new party would be seeking means of how to fight poverty that prevails in Cameroon.
He questioned how a country so richly endowed and that produces various cash crops still ends up in such misery. Saint Eloi Bidoung concluded there is a problem and that his upcoming establishment was going to dive straight into solving it.