The people of the Bamenda two constituency have defied the ghost town odds and the call for elections boycott and turned out massively at the Government Primary School Old Town Bamenda to uphold their civic duty to vote.
Some youths and the Minister Delegate at the Ministry of External Relations in Charge of Commonwealth Felix Mbayu first braved the streets with a walk as a symbol of their strongwill to take part in the states structured democracy.
Voters turned out at the Government Primary School Old Town where they casts their votes for both the municipal and parliamentary elections.
The environment at the Old Town voting centre was serene and calm as the ELECAM officials controlled the cues of electors guiding them on how to vote.
The Bamenda Two constituency alone had 175 polling stations regrouped in 4 voting centres.
The constituency held by the SDF at both the municipal and legislative levels is highly contested by the CPDM party.
Minister Felix Mbayu expressed the need for every Cameroonian to vote after exercising the civic action.
He called on everyone still lagging behind to come out and vote and express their wishes for growth and development through the democratic process.
Minister Mbayu underscored the importance of the municipal and parliamentary elections as the only true means of change to the crisis plaguing the North West and South West regions.
Bruno Ndonwie Funwie