Cameroon restriction competitor Maurice Kamto proclaimed triumph in Sunday’s presidential race, yet officeholder President Paul Biya’s gathering rejected his case as dream and blamed him for violating the law by making it.
“I welcome the active president to compose a tranquil method to exchange control,” Kamto, who drives the Movement for the Rebirth of Cameroon (MRC), told a news meeting on Monday in the capital Yaounde.
The race, which was defaced by low turnout and disconnected occurrences of agitation in dissenter Anglophone districts, has been broadly anticipated that would expand the manage of Biya — one of Africa’s last multi-decade pioneers who has held power for a long time.
“My central goal was to take a punishment. I did it and I scored,” Kamto said to serenades of “opportunity” by glad supporters in a patio outside. He offered no proof to legitimize his case to have won.
Be that as it may, the delegate secretary general of Paul Biya’s Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement, Labor Minister Gregoire Owona, blamed Kamto for infringing upon the law.
“It isn’t comfortable to declare this. He hasn’t won anything by any stretch of the imagination. It’s absolutely illicit,” he stated, including that it was too soon to state on the off chance that anybody had won.
“Kamto was not in any case spoke to at all the surveying stations, (so) it was incomprehensible for him to tally every one of the votes,” he included.