The Senate audience exchange centered on the 2018 elections in Cameroon and in the Pan-African Parliament
The Senate audience exchange centered on the 2018 elections in Cameroon and in the Pan-African Parliament.
Cameroon’s Upper House of Parliament keeps maintaining strong ties with the Pan-African Parliament. This can be deduced from the Senate audience earlier this afternoon between Senate President Niat Njifenji and President of the Pan-African Parliament, Roger Nkodo Ndang.
Speaking to the press after the in-house discussion, Roger Nkodo Ndang disclosed that the audience dwelled on 2018 elections in Cameroon as well as in the Pan-African Parliament and peace and security in Cameroon and in Africa.
“2018 is an electoral year in Cameroon and in the Pan-African Parliament and an opportunity has been given us to deliberate on the question of elections in Cameroon, as has been done in South Africa. This is because we are less than four months to elections and it is but normal to have this tete-a-tete with the Senate President of Cameroon, especially as Cameroon wants to be strongly represented. We also discussed peace and security in our country and in the continent as a whole”, Roger Nkodo Ndang told the press.