His Excellency Jean Nkuete,
Secretary General, Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement (CPDM)


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 as an update on the state of our affairs of the party, and is also accompanied by the May 2016
Section Conference Report, sent last year to the Central Committee in
Yaoundé, Cameroon, with the unanimous concerns of all members who were present during deliberations. Furthermore, it also reflects the concerns of militants, gathering from their experiences during their militancy for the party over years of its existence in the United States. It is our hope that the leadership will respond accordingly owing to the momentum at the time, and paving a brighter and new beginning for CPDM-USA following the reorganization. We want to point out that the Section has not received any feedback from the Central Committee in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
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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 re-organized and formalized in April 2007 by a team headed by Minister Elvis Ngole Ngole.