Leaders of the Council of Protestant Churches in Cameroon (CEPCA / CPCC) have launched a project to ensure peaceful electoral processes in Cameroon this 2018.The project dubbed ‘Advocacy for peaceful, free and transparent electoral processes in 2018 in Cameroon’ was launched this 16th March 2018 at the CEPCA Head Office in Yaounde.Led by the Biblical verse in Deuteronomy 1:13, the Vice President of CEPCA, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, Rt Rev Fonki Samuel Forba called on Protestants to choose the best as leaders.The CEPCA Vice President encouraged all present at the launch to contribute to fair elections.The Secretary General of CEPCA, Rev Jonas Kemogne was more specific.He said in voting leaders, Protestants need to remind themselves that, “I am a Christian.” “I vote to guarantee our future”.CEPCA’s President, Rev Robert Goyek later proceeded with the official launch of the project which is carried out in collaboration with a Dutch partner, “Bread for the World – Protestant Development Services”.The 2018 election support project will be carried out in five regions; Centre, East, North, South and South West Regions.The project targets all Cameroonians of voting age especially women and youths.Activities planned within the framework of the project include;1. Training of journalists on fair reporting.2. Mobilisation of approximately 700 electoral observers to ensure unbiased verification of election results.CEPCA, through this project, hopes to contribute to conflict-free elections.Representatives of Elections Cameroon (ELECAM) and political parties were present at the launching.The Council of Protestant Churches in Cameroon (CEPCA / CPCC) is an association grouping eleven Protestant Churches in Cameroon.Eleanor Ayuketah