Wednesday, 11 October 2017

Presidential Aspirant Akere Muna Promises 'Dual Nationality' To Diasporans, As He Embarks On A European Tour To Motivate His Candidature

President Biya's greatest 2018  challenger Barrister Akere Muna is presently on a European tour, to sensitize the diaspora about his candidature, and has already made his first promise on 'Dual Nationality", something which the entire diaspora has been begging the present regime to give them in vain.

The former Bar President was in Paris today Oct. 11, 2017, to meet with fellow Cameroonians, where he promised 'dual nationality', once he ascends the Etoudi throne.  "There will be 'dual nationality', on condition that you have a tax base. If you are paying taxes in Cameroon, there will be no reason why you won't have a dual nationality. All Cameroonians wishing to retain their acquired nationality, will have some sort of special resident permit that will enable them and their families enter  into the Cameroonian territory without having visa issues." he promised.

To avoid issues of entry visa in to Cameroon, Akere Muna promise to put an online visa system in place. "If you and I want to go Rwanda, all you will need to do is to take your computer, fill the online application  form, and when you get to Rwanda, you pay for your visa and enter the country. It will also help promote tourism and other areas. I think we should work towards that. It is not good to live in 2017 as if we were in 1917", he said. 

According to him, the idea behind this mile stone decision is to look for solutions that will enable those in the diaspora to be an integral part in the development of Cameroon.

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