2018 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: MAURICE KAMTO DENOUNCE BIYA’S VICTORY PROCLAIMED BY THE CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL AND PROMISE THE TRUTH BY ALL MEANS

cameroondailyjournal.com|Kamto denounces the victory of Paul Biya proclaimed by the Constitutional Council on the basis of the minutes of the National Commission of General Census of Votes. “This yet official document contains numbers that are false,” he says, taking as an example the fact that it is attributed to Mr.

2018 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: MAURICE KAMTO DENOUNCE BIYA'S VICTORY PROCLAIMED BY THE CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL AND PROMISE THE TRUTH BY ALL MEANS
2018 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: MAURICE KAMTO DENOUNCE BIYA’S VICTORY PROCLAIMED BY THE CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL AND PROMISE THE TRUTH BY ALL MEANS

Biya 331719 votes in the Central Region, according to the contested PV, while a regular addition of voice of the same candidate in the Central region, would give him 475231 votes instead. To him Kamto, one allocates 12936 votes whereas correctly added, his voices amount to 102604.



Biya and Kamto would not have been the only ones to pay for these miscalculations. Cabral Libii would have been awarded in the Central region here as a paradigm, 33306 votes, while the total of his votes is rather 65004 votes. “These are not the only examples of false figures in these documents,” he notes.



In any case, we have here a glimpse of the arithmetic inconsistencies noted in the same minutes which make it seem to the neutral observer that the calculation was distorted to the base, and that these errors of calculation approved by the Census Commission and validated without other form of trial by the Constitutional Council would have been reproduced elsewhere.



Maurice Kamto is then strong to reveal the results compiled and consolidated by the MRC, which allowed him to announce as of October 8, he had won the election:

Maurice Kamto: 1,320,824 votes, 39,74 %
Paul Biya 1,278,514 votes or 38.47%
Cabral Libii: 349,423 votes, or 10.51%
Joshua Osih: 189,878 votes, or 5.71%
Adamou Ndam Njoya: 70,878 votes, or 2.13%
Garga Haman Adji: 58,248 vote or 1.75%
Afanwi Franklin Ndifor: 23687 votes, or 0.71%
Serge Espoir Matomba: 19,704 votes, or 0.59%
Akere Tabeng Muna: 12,262 votes, or 0.37%

computer scientists and statisticians in the pay of the scheme. These results have nothing to do with what happened on the ground on October 7, 2018. ”




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