- The presidential candidate of 2018 was acclaimed by more than a hundred motorcycle drivers and other curious at the end of a show on the antennas of Radio Equinoxe.
This Thursday, October 26, 2017 in the morning, more than a hundred motorcycle taxi drivers from Douala mobilized at the foot of the Equinoxe building located at the place called “Mobil Bonakouamouang” in the Akwa district. Under the leadership of activist André Blaise Essama, they came to show their support to Barrister Akere Muna, who was the morning guest on Radio Equinoxe.
The admirers of this Cameroonian lawyer who recently declared his candidacy for the next presidential election camped for more than an hour at the scene. The time for their champion to finish the interview they listened religiously via a radio speaker hooked to a motorcycle. The son of Solomon Tandeng Muna finally came down around 9 am and 15 minutes surrounded by his bodyguards and other collaborators. From his appearance, he was warmly acclaimed, some not hesitating to chant the word “president“.
The former president of the Cameroon Bar Association, who spent almost an hour and thirty minutes in the studios of Radio Equinoxe, spoke to this enthusiastic crowd to bring them a message.
Next year, everyone needs to register on the voters list, put your names on this list and then vote and open your eyes. Set up groups of 50 people each for us to discuss. As soon as it’s done, you call me, I come home, we eat the miondos and ndolè and we exchange … Let no one frighten you, this country belongs to us all. Favoritism is over, next year, we will take the country together, thank you,
he said in pidgin before performing with his countrymen the chorus of the national anthem of Cameroon.
After this unexpected crowd bath, Akere Muna and his team went aboard a black Land Cruiser still cheering. He was escorted by a few motorcycle drivers.