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Chris Muflam

Prof. Asonganyi argues that "Although some “politicians” continue to claim that the “change” advocated has no palpable content, content no longer really matters because the central issue is to bring on the stage the few and far-fetched politicians to guide the laying of a solid foundation for the concrete and effective peace, stability, unity and democracy needed by the Cameroon of the future."
Cameroon's democratic strategy for the road ahead should not hinge on one scenario. Hope should not be lost based on what Cameoon society has experienced since the introduction of multiparty politics.
Content matters just as voting visionary leaders is critical for "the Cameroon of the future". Content matters because Cameroon's change agents will have to be held accountable on the issues and policy positions they run on and subsequently govern once elected.

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