The Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, has been multiplying moves to prevent an eventual protest come September 22
One of the recent outings of the Minister was on Monday, September 14, 2020 through a “fax-message” addressed to the governors of the Center, Littoral and West regions.
The MinAT boss started by informing the governors that the CRM party is planning to organise unauthorized and illegal public manifestations in their various regions on September 22, 2020.
Minister Paul Atanga Nji reiterated his recent instructions and prescriptions taken last September 07 during a press conference following the convening of the electorate for the regional council elections, and relative to threats from the CRM scribe to disrupt the polls.
The Minister had warned all those who would attempt to interfer in the electoral process negatively that they shall face the tough arm of the law.
Consequently, he called on the governors to strictly monitor all CRM party militants and synpathisers within their regions of command.
To make things serious, the Minister of Territorial Administration has ordered that anyone who would dare to invite others to the illegal public manifestations be it through social media should be arrested and detained.
Those who would dare to step out on that day for the manifestations would equally be picked up, he added.
These security measures according to the Minister remain in force before, during an after the December 6, 2020 Regional Council Elections.
Security forces charged with reinforcing order have been called to operate professionally, and feedbacks sent to the Minister constantly.
The national president of the CRM party, Prof. Maurice Kamto continue to multiply meetings with opposition political parties and civil society activists in view of the announced manifestations that has as main mission to oust the President of the Republic from power.