Biya wins again: This is how Biya dealt with the results by region.

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Biya wins again: This is how Biya dealt with the results by region.

The most disputed and awaited presidential elections in Africa which is that of Cameroon 2018 has come and gone. Official results were proclaimed today Monday 22 October by the President of the Constitutional council Clement Atangana after 15 days off polling day.

This is how the 86 years old second longest-serving president in Africa dominated the polls in the national territory. Out of 10 Regions, Biya Paul swept 9 with overwhelming majority except for the Littoral where he slidely lost to Main opposition Maurice Kamto

Center Region

Biya Paul …………………………71,1%

Cabral Libii ……………………….9,66%

Kamto Maurice …………………..15,25%

Garga Haman Adji ……………….0,67%

Joshua Osih ………………………2,11%

Serge Matomba ………………….0,39%

Franklin Ndifor ……………………0,38%

Ndam Njoya ………………………0,31%

Akere Muna ……………………….0,13%.

 

Adamawa Region

Biya Paul the natural flag bearer of the CPDM party got a landslide majority in the Adamawa as follows:

Paul Biya ……………………………79,77%

Maurice Kamto ……………………. 2,61%

Joshua Osih ………………………..1,88%

Akere Muna …………………………0,21%.

Espoir Matomba …………………….0,55%

Ndifor Frankin ……………………….0,56%

Garga Haman ……………………….2,6% A.

Ndam Njoya …………………………..0,27%

Cabral Libii ……………………………11, 30%.

East Region

In the land of the rising sun, the prince of Nvomeka Biya Paul swept almost all the votes leaving 10% to be shared by the opposition

Biya Paul …………………………….90,43%

Cabral Libii …………………………..3,77%

Kamto Maurice……………………….2,63%

Garga Haman Adji …………………..1,14%

Joshua Osih ………………………….0,91%

Serge Matomba ……………………… 0,41%

Franklin Ndifor …………………………0,33%

Ndam Njoya ……………………………0,24%

Akere Muna ……………………………0,14%.

Far North Region

In the beautiful Far North region which always has the largest electorates, Biya Paul maintained a strong grip over the region whom he tactfully selected to launch his electoral campaign and nowhere else

Biya Paul ………………………………89,21%

Kamto Maurice ………………………..3,45%

Cabral Libii …………………………….2,81%

Garga Haman Adji ……………………1,77%

Joshua Osih ……………………………0,98%

Serge Espoir Matomba ……………….0,62 %

Franklin Ndifor …………………………0,48%

Ndam Njoya ……………………………0,35%

Akere Muna ……………………………0,32%.

Littoral Region

In the land of the good the bad and the ugly, Cameroon’s economic capital Douala the force of experience Pual  Biya suffered a small injury from an aggressive attacker Kamto Maurice and was forced to let go the Littoral to Kamto in a slim variant

Kamto Maurice ………………………..38,6%

Biya Paul ………………………………35,75%

Cabral Libii …………………………….12,79%

Joshua Osih ……………………………9,06%

Franklin Ndifor …………………………1,18%

Garga Haman Adji …………………….0,85%

Espoir Matomba ………………………0,67%

Ndam Njoya ……………………………0,76%

Akere Muna …………………………….0,34%.

North Region

In the land of the banks of river Benue Biya Paul maintained his win followed by Maurice Kamto with a big difference

Biya Pual …………………………………..81,62%

Kamto Maurice ……………………………4,15%

Cabral Libii …………………………………5,77%

Garga Haman Adji ………………………..2,92%

Joshua Osih ………………………………2,03%

Serge Espoir Matomba ……………………1,1%

Franklin Ndifor ………………………………1,06%

Adamou Ndam Njoya ………………………0,52%

Akere Muna …………………………………0,84%.

North West Region

In the land of Heroes which is one of the most contested regions as far as this year’s presidential elections was concern, Biya Paul got an overwhelming majority followed far behind by SDF flag bearer Joshua Osih.

The SDF had petitioned the CPDM of manipulating electoral figures in the embattled North West region which witnessed 95% boycott of elections. The SDF asked the Constitutional Council to cancel results from this restive region which the constitutional council rejected the petition

Biya Paul …………………………………….81,74%

Joshua Osih …………………………………10,41%

Kamto Maurice ………………………………3,6%

Cabral Libii ……………………………………1,18%

Garga Haman Adji …………………………..0,41%

Serge Espoir Matomba ……………………..0,28%

Franklin Ndifor ……………………………….1,15%

Ndam Njoya ………………………………….0,39%

Akere Muna …………………………………..0,83%.

West Region

In the land of plenty Biya Paul won but below average. Maurice Kamto who hails from this region had to still conceive defeat to the force of experience Paul Biya in his home region. The West and the Littoral witnessed the most competitive results among the 10 regions.

Biya Paul ………………………………………48,19%
Kamto Maurice………………………………..30,56%
Adamou Ndam Njoya ………………………..10,4%
Joshua Osih …………………………………..5,2%
Garga Haman Adji ……………………………2,5%
Cabral Libii ……………………………………1,44%
Franklin Ndifor …………………………………0,76%
Akere Muna ……………………………………0,53%
Serge Espoir Matomba ……………………….0,48%.

South West Region

In the land of Mount Fako Biya Pual swept through the votes just like in the North West. Being one of the problematic regions during the elections which witnessed a 96% boycott of elections the SDF petitioned the cancellation of results from this region due to electoral fraud and still, the constitutional council turned down the bitter petition.

Biya Paul ………………………………………..77,69%
Osih Joshua …………………………………….12,72%
Kamto Maurice ………………………………….3,54%
Libii Cabral ……………………………………1,71%
Adamou Ndam Njoya ………………………..0,65%
Garga Haman Adji ……………………………0,63%
Franklin Ndifor Afanwuei …………………….1,65%
Serge Espoir Matomba ………………………0,57%
Akere Muna ……………………………………0,84%.

 

South Region

In the resident region of the Lion man, Pual Biya garnered almost all the vote leaving just a minute 8% to be shared by the 8 opposition candidates.

Biya Paul ………………………………………91,91%
Cabral Libii ……………………………………2,75%
Kamto Maurice ……………………………….2,15%
Adamou Ndam Njoya ………………………..0,53%
Joshua Osih ………………………………….0,99%
Garga Haman Adji …………………………..0,21%
Franklin Ndifor ……………………………….0,28%
Serge Espoir Matomba ……………………..0,13%
Akere Muna …………………………………..0,04%.

An overall compilation of results from national to the diaspora gives

  1. Biya the winner with 71,28%
  2. Kamto Maurice second with 14,23%
  3. Cabral Libii third with 6,28%
  4. Joshua Osih forth with 3,35%
  5. Ndam Njoya sixth with 1, 73%
  6. Garga Haman fifth with 1,55%
  7. Franklin Ndifor seventh with 0,67%
  8. Matomba Serge eight with 0,55%
  9. Akere Muna last with 0,35%

 

 


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