The vice president of the Women’s wing of the CRM party Barrister Michele Ndocki has stated that ”A political transition in Cameroon is necessary for any meaningful development in Cameroon”. Bar. Ndoki says how to solve the crisis in Cameroon should be the priority in Cameroon’s 2020 state budget” She was speaking as guest on Equinoxe TV’s talk show. <La Verité en Face>
She is attending the program just one week after professor Maurice Kamto (president of the MRC party was guest on the very platform.
Barrister Michele Ndoki made a series of points some of which we will discuss below
According to her, she Joined Cameroon Renaissance Movement party for its ideology to defend the interest of Cameroonians most especially women. She equally denied allegations that the Cameroon Renaissance Movement Party is a tribal political party. She says the party is a national one and not for any ethnic group ‘
On the issue of the last year, October 7th presidential elections and the self-proclaimed victory by CRM party president Professor Maurice Kamto, She told said, The constitutional Council failed to show proofs that President Paul Biya won the 2018 presidential elections”. doubting the competence of The constitutional Council made by the leading CPDM political party
Michelle Ndoki went further to say that, she was targeted and shot by security forces on the 26th of January during their protest in Douala.
To her, she overhead the security service saying they shot her to prevent her from speaking to Equinoxe TV against the state
Responding to why she decided to escape to Nigeria, The vice president of the women’s wing of the CRM party says she did not attempt to escape from Cameroon. Bar. Michelle Ndoki says she presented her documents to travel to Nigeria that is when she was told she could not travel out of Cameroon on instructions of authorities.
About MRC’s Decision to Boycott the 2020 municipal and legislative elections, Michelle Ndoki said, the decision by CRM party not to run for 2020 is for the interest of Cameroonians. Thus, she does not regret the decision to boycott taken on the 25th of November
She concluded by saying that Recruiting translators and interpreters will not solve the problem. Postnational dialogue caravan in the Northwest is a waste of state resources. Most of the people at the national disarmament centres in Buea and Bamenda are prisoners and not ex-fighters and that A political transition in Cameroon is necessary for any meaningful development in Cameroon”. Bar. Ndoki says how to solve the crisis in Cameroon should be the priority in Cameroon’s 2020 state budget.