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Fame Ndongo Rubbishes SDF's National Day boycott decision.

The National Communication Secretray of the ruling Cameroon People Democratic Movement, Prof. Jeacque Fame Ndongo says that Ni John's decision for the SDF to boycottt National Day is very much welcome in a democratic country like Cameroon.

Fame Ndongo who is also Minister of Higher Education explains that Cameroon is a democratic country where  every opposition party has the right to express its opinion.

Speaking to 'Cameroon Tribune' newspaper of Wednesday May 10 2017, Fame Ndongo said 'A republic has sacred principles that all republican parties must strictly respect. I don't think a call to boycott the National day celebration(which is not the celebration of a political regime or the ruling party) is a political pride or achievement activated by whatever party. One needs to just go through the history of nations or political institutions to understand that it is not a glorious fact, since the national day belongs to all citizens, including those who decides to boycott celebrations for reasons only known to them.Besides, the national day is to be treated as a major event in the life of our nation(referendum of 20th may 1972 being dedicated to the historic birth of the Unitary State)". Prof. Jacques Fame explained.

He further boasted that, CPDM militants and republican parties will take part in the march with enthusiasm. "They will express with patriotism their unwavering commitment to democracy, sovereignty and national unity."

The SDF announced the boycott over government's catastrophic handling of the Anglophone crisis which the frontline opposition party believes has endangered the much cherished National Unity.

Other opposition parties like the UPC and UNDP have also lashed out on the SDF calling the party's stand undemocratic.

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