In a striking rendition, the young leader of the country’s opposition party SDF has issued a tear dropping and yet defiant closing remark at the country’s constitutional council
Osih used the occasion to rebrand his dying party and market himself, cognizant of the fact that millions of Cameroonians were listening to him as he graces the national stage in a rare moment of political adulation.
In his perfectly bilingual articulation, candidate Joshua Osih gave a biting rendition, taking the queue from his team of lawyers who have been battling out all day to decry multiple electoral frauds in a storyline which has become all too central for the past three days.
But Oish break from tradition, describing the elections as makeshift to consolidate one man in power who has state resources and security to guarantee his permanent hold on power.
He says the October 7th polls were like a wedding party where everybody knows the groom will eventually leave with the bride but yet the drama was still necessary.
He strikes further, calling the elections an apartheid and adds that if he were to be declared winner in the polls, he will decline to be president in a unprecedented closing remark which keeps millions of viewers spell bound.
Joshua Osih was speaking hours hours after the courts thrown out all the petitions brought forward by Professor Maurice kamto
Kamto and his cream of Cameroon’s finest lawyers had sought to have elections cancelled in 7 out of the ten regions of the country and despite mounting evidences provided to the council, their request were rejected earlier today.