Dead Man Appointed into CPDM Central Committee, Reports The Post newspaper
The Chairman of the CPDM, Paul Biya, September 16, appointed a dead man, John Tata Mforme, as a substantive member of the Central Committee of the party.

Late Tata, who hailed from Oku in Bui Division, and who died several years ago, was appointed at the 3rd CPDM Ordinary Congress, which took place at the Yaounde International Conference Centre. He was supposed to be a member of the now 350-member Central Committee, which, hitherto, comprised 250 members, some of whom, like Tata Mforme, died before the Congress.

The Change Discourse: Ending Paristrioka. From the Manuscript of Den of Lions Vol. I. By Ntemfac Nchwete Ofege

Limitations of Change. 1. Credible Opposition 2. Credible Leadership 3. The absence of proper diagnosis and a minimal achievable goal. 4. The absence of unity. 5. Appropriate Strategies. 6. Finances. 7 The absence of timing and a sense of urgency 8. The absence of commitment, broad participation and representation. The rainbow coalition must be as broad as possible accommodating all factions of the population and their interests. 8. The absence of strategic planning. 9. The Absence of non-violent discipline. 10. The absence of creative thinking. 11. Fear and the lack of confidence.
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