|His Lordship Samuel Kleda|
The President of the National Episcopal Conference has disclosed that the Catholic Church is set to monitor the upcoming October 7, 2018 Presidential election in Cameroon. His Lordship Samue Kleda made the revelation during a press briefing in Douala last Monday 18. The Peace and Justice Commission of the Catholic Church he added will deploy election monitors all over the national territory to monitor how Cameroonians vote. The role of the church he emphasized is to to tell Cameroonians who to vote as a leader that will be able to solve the socio-political and economic problems. Harping on the Anglophone crisis, His Lordship Samuel Kleda was categorical that the crisis emanated from bad governance and injustice. The Archbishop of Douala continued by calling on government to engage in a genuine dialogue to get lasting solution to the problem.
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