Cameroon’s electoral body said on Friday it is ready for the conduct of free, fair and credible general elections next month.
Enow Abrams Egbe, chairperson of the electoral body, Elecam, said Friday it is putting finishing touches to the preparations for the elections.
“All the conditions, all the resources are now in place to ensure successful elections,” Egbe said in the capital, Yaounde, during a visit to evaluate elections materials and documents.
He stressed that Elecam is resolute to ensure that the elections are “transparent, professional and credible.”
Cameroon’s municipal and parliamentary elections are scheduled to take place on Feb. 9 amid threats by separatists to disrupt the polls in the two troubled English-speaking regions, where the government deployed additional security forces on Tuesday. Enditem