Cameroon's First Major Female Presidential Candidate In New York

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[Diaspora Politics]

Cameroon Presidential candidate Edith Kabbang Walla, popularly known as Kah Walla, will hold a Townhall Meeting and Community Forum in Harlem's Dwyer Cultural Center on Sunday December 5, from 2PM to 6PM.

The Dwyer Cultural Center is located at 258 St. Nicholas Avenue, on 123rd Street. The Center's telephone number is (212) 222-3060; trains are, A,B,C,D,2,3, to 125th Street. Please see

Come meet and greet Kah Walla, who has been called "the rising star of Cameroon's political scene." Kah Walla will: explain how she intends to win the presidential elections in Cameroon; reveal her plans for bringing about change and propelling Cameroon forward; and outline what role the Diaspora can play to bring about those changes. The candidate will offer a Power Point presentation to the public.

Donations will be accepted from everyone for Cameroon O'Bosso and NGO working on a massive voters' registration drive and for the Kah Walla for President campaign; only Cameroonians can donate to the candidate, organizers say.
Kah Walla is running as an independent candidate next year against long-serving president Paul Biya.

"Speaking Truth To Empower."

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