The vice president of this political party, who refused to align himself to boycott the demonstrations related to the 45th National Unity Day, was thrown out after the National Council of the party held on Sunday 4 June 2017 in Douala.
One still remembers the spectacular exit of the now ex-vice president of the party of Kah Walla on May 16, 2017 in which he took the opposite of the governing bodies of the party that had just called for a boycott throughout the National territory of all related events related to the 45th National Day of Unity. Called to the National Council of the party held on Sunday June 4, 2017 in Douala and during which the decision of its exclusion was taken, Jean Roger Gérard Ndebi did not dare to appear there.
Among other things, he was accused of not participating in the party’s activities and meetings for two years; The non-payment of his statutory contributions since the last congress of the party in December 2014; Failure to respect the decisions of the governing bodies of the party on the non-participation in the parade of 20 May 2017; False and slanderous statements about the party in the media; Maneuvers to resign members of the party.
“Therefore, as a result of this exclusion, the CPP can not be associated in any way with the acts and remarks of Mr. Ndebi Gerard, especially since the latter had never had the mandate to speak on behalf of the party In the media, “said the signed statement of the party’s general secretary, Franck Essi.
Below is the Press Relese
The Cameroon People’s Party brings to public attention that, following its National Council held this Sunday June 4, 2017, in Douala, it has been decided that, in accordance with the Statutes of our Party, Mr. Ndebi Jean Roger Gerard may no longer claim his capacity as a militant, nor as a CPP leader.
This decision was taken during the meeting which he, once again, did not attend despite the invitation sent to him as it was to other members of the National Council.
The following charges with evidence were made against him:
Ø Non-participation in CPP activities and meetings for more than 2 years ;
Ø Non-payment of statutory contributions since the last congress of the party in December 2014 ;
Ø Contravention of decisions made by the governing bodies of the CPP on the non-participation in May 20, 2017 parade ;
Ø Public call for non-respect of CPP decisions on the non-participation in May 20, 2017 parade ;
Ø False and defamatory statements on the Cameroon People’s Party in the media ;
Ø Manoeuvres to influence militants of the party to resign
As a result of this exclusion, the Cameroon People’s Party cannot be associated in any way with Mr. Ndebi Jean Roger Gerard’s actions and words. It is to be noted that he was never mandated to speak on behalf of the CPP in the media.
To this effect and, in line with our statutes and the laws of the Republic, the CPP reserves the right to use all legal and regulatory measures to respond appropriately to any effort to damage its interest undertaken by this individual or any other persons.
No individual nor event will stop the Cameroon People’s Party from fulfilling its role in building a more democratic, united and prosperous Cameroon, governed by and for Cameroonians.
For the Cameroon People’s Party