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Mbengwi 2017 Regional CCA
Governor LELE LAFRIQUE during his opening speech called on all the stakeholders to continue to lend their full support to the administration.

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In an optimistic speech, the Governor acknowledge the accomplishment of some projects  initiated by the Head of State such as the creation of the National Commission on the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism, the effective organization of end of year course exams, FENASCO-B, University and Military games,  the on going road construction of the BAMENDA- BABADJOU stretch and tarring of the BABUNGO-KUMBO stretch of the ring road, solutions to the teachers’ and lawyers’ concerns  among others.

The meeting which lasted several hours was aimed at assuring a total and effective resumption of classes for the incoming school year, fighting against organized crime and maintaining security in the region. It was equally to restitute some resolutions of the last Governors’ Conference, as well as clarify the issue of National Orders.

While thanking the authorities, elite and other stakeholders for their efforts in stabilizing the region, he urged them to double their efforts as the challenges were still enormous.

The Governor ended by calling on the entire public to stop following instigators of antisocial behavior by saying an emphatic "No to ghost towns" and to any instigative messages. Equally, the leaders must show the good example.

Family photograph with the Mbengwi 2017 CCA's stakeholders

14 exposés were presented by some Regional Delegates and Heads of Autonomous Services that were called upon to device a working communication strategy in both official languages to inform the population about the activities they were carrying on the ground.

A minute of silence was observed for the peaceful repose of the souls of the Fons of KAI and MBENGWI who recently disappeared in a road accident.

By Eudoxie KOMLAYO, North-West Region

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