A top senator of the National Union for Democracy and Progress, Pierre-Flambeau Ngayap, has expressed concerns that the ruling CPDM party risk manipulating the findings of the Prime Minister Philemon Yang’s commission.
Senator Pierre-Flambeau Ngayap, who is also the current Vice-President of the Union of African Parliamentarians, observed recently that “The disaster at Eséka deserves the opening of a parliamentary commission of inquiry.” The UNDP top brass revealed last Saturday in Bafoussam that an application procedure for the investigation had been submitted to the Senate office since 3 November 2016 by his party.
The senator noted that he had reservations about the results of the investigation conducted by Prime Minister Philemon Yang and his team and he remains doubtful about the follow-up. Pierre-Flambeau Ngayap who also moonlights as the Secretary General of the UNDP party hinted the media about the possibility of breaking the contract that unites the UNDP and the CPDM.
By Sama Ernest with files from Cameroun-Info.Net