Press release by President-elect Maurice KAMTO's spokesperson on the supposed Swearing-in Ceremony in Paris

The President-elect Maurice KAMTO has in no way planned, envisaged, endorsed, or implicitly or tacitly encouraged the organisation of any "Swearing-in Ceremony" and the appointment of a "Counter-Government" on 12th October 2019 in Paris.

Press release by President-elect Maurice KAMTO's spokesperson on informal fund-raising

The Public is hereby informed that neither the President-elect Maurice KAMTO, nor the CRM (Cameroon Renaissance Movement), his party, has not expressly or impliedly authorized any person to raise funds, either on their behalf or in favour of the Peaceful Citizen Resistance...

Warning to national and international opinion on the worrying situation of Cameroon

At a time when the entire world is urging Cameroonian leadership to have an inclusive dialogue without preconditions, in order to give peace and national reconciliation a chance in our country, facing civil war and serious threats of implosion, the regime of BIYA is still obstinate with its approach of monopolizing the political field with totalitarian aims, giving a deaf ear to the plural expression of the different sociodemographic sensitivities of the country. The only effect to this approach will be the exacerbation of socio-political tensions and radicalizing the positions at the antipodes of the appeasement being sought. This approach was recently illustrated by our arbitrary arrest and detention, together with our supporters, on January 28, 2019, at the end of the peaceful marches organized by the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) on 26 January 2019 in some cities of Cameroon, and we were accused on false grounds including insurrection, rebellion, hostility to the homeland, the destruction of public property at the national level and in some Cameroonian embassies abroad, among others, for which authorities are unable to provide any evidence so far...

President-elect Maurice KAMTO: Letter to my compatriots, Cameroonian women and men

Fellow Cameroonians,

Dear compatriots,

On October 7th, you courageously expressed the choice of the future and modernity by mostly casting your votes in my favour. While waiting for the blessed days when my allies and I will come to meet you to show you our infinite gratitude, I would like now, given the circumstances, to express my deepest gratitude to you for the honour and privilege thus extended to me. I told you: Together it is possible...

MRC Europe Press Release - Arrest of Barrister Michèle NDOKI

The Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) has just been briefed about the arrest of Michèle NDOKI, lawyer, Vice-President of the Women Organization of the MRC (OFMRC), Departmental Secretary of the MRC of Douala 1 and a key activist in the Renaissance movement in Cameroon.

Arbitrary detention of President Maurice KAMTO and discriminatory arrests at Cameroon's international airports

The European Regional Federation of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) brings to the attention of public opinion the following: since 28 January 2019, President Maurice KAMTO, National President of the MRC and nearly 160 activists and allies of the coalition that supported him during the presidential election of 07 October 2018 have been kidnapped in many cities in Cameroon. These abducted persons were all systematically deported to Yaoundé and detained for two weeks at the Secretariat of State for Defence (SED) and the Special Operations Group (GSO), without trial or warrant of arrest. To date, these abducted persons have all been subsequently transferred to Yaoundé Central Prison (Kondengui) under the instructions of a judge of the Yaoundé Military Court...

CRM press release on the inhuman and degrading treatment of political prisoners

Following the deportation and indictment of 151 persons abducted in various cities of Cameroon and deported to Yaoundé as part of the peaceful and white marches organized by the MRC on January 26th, 2019, the investigating judge of the Military Court of Yaoundé  placed a total of 131 persons on remand, including 18 women...