His Excellency Jean Nkuete, Secretary General, Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM) INTRODUCTION Sir, This report is a product of the CPDM USA Section party leadership conference call meeting of July 5, 2017, with all Section Executives, sub-Section presidents and their vice, as well as committee chairs. This write up serve… Read more“PARIS CONFERENCE REPORT JULY 13-15, 2017”

The Section President of CPDM-USA, Yaah Patience Tamfu, is informing all CPDM-USA militants that the next CPDM-USA Conference shall be in Houston, Texas beginning from Thusrday, May 20, 2016 till Sunday, May 22, 2016. Branch and Sub-Section Presidents are adviced to come along with reports.


March 18, 2016

After many years of unofficially militating in the United States, a journey which started on April 19, 1996 by Comrade Jude Eze Okafor (then of Houston, Texas), the Central Committee of the party officially recognized our militancy in March of 2007. The CPDM Section in the United States was thereafter… Read more“Formalized”


March 18, 2016

Yaah Patience Tamfu was voted President of CPDM USA in 2015 in a fiercely contested election. As a former president of WCPDM USA, the newly elected president of the party here in the United States of America believes in the CPDM party’s doctrine; to assist the party in its continuous… Read more“Vision”

Introduction The Republic of Cameroon stands majestically in Central Africa as a country whose political and economic fortunes have shaped not only its citizens, but the peoples of the region and the world. Cameroon remains an envy of many Africans and others who have often posed the question as to… Read more“CAMEROON AT CROSSROADS: THE VOTE THAT WILL RE-DEFINE HISTORY”

With the exception of those Cameroonians who never rose to exercise political power in Cameroon despite their valiant and historic struggles, we have seldom elevated to a pinnacle beyond reproach those who not only accessed power but actually led. It is therefore not uncommon for Cameroonians to speak of, and… Read more“Biya’s Last Odyssey: Cementing a Half Century Legacy of Service to Cameroon”