SDF’s Joshua Osih says no election took place in Southern Cameroons
Cameroon’s opposition candidate, Joshua Osih of the Social Democratic Front (SDF) has described the October 7 election as ‘apartheid’, arguing that the Anglophone people in the North West and South West regions did not vote.
Osih, who was presenting the SDF petition before the Constitutional Council, urged the court to restore order and save the country from ‘eminent collapse’.
“No election took place in the North West and South West regions…the people could not vote because they are Anglophone and that is apartheid,” Osih argued.
The election in the English-speaking North West and South West regions, was marred by low turnout and isolated incidents of unrest, as separatists sought to prevent participation in the vote.
Source: Africa News