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November
07th
2019
MINAT working visit in Bamenda
The Minister of Territorial Administration Paul Atanga Nji has chaired a security meeting at the Governor's office in Bamenda.

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The security meeting that involved administrative and Judiciary authorities alongside some top officials of the Region, took place today, Thursday November 7, 2019 at the North West Governor's office. Minister Paul Atanga Nji at the start of the meeting emphasized on the need for security in the Region to be reinforce, especially as elections are around the corner. He however appreciated the global turnout during the successful celebrations of the 37th anniversary of President Paul Biya as Head of State in the Region this year.

During his preliminary speech, MINAT congratulated Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique, for always being on the field despite the odds, so as to always report the exact situation to the hierarchy.

He equally appreciated the fact that as days go by more schools are re-opening their doors with a significant increase in pupils and students enrollment.

In a separate meeting,  Minister Paul Atanga Nji met with the representative of Commercial Motorbike syndicate, during which the he reminded them of the engagement they took about a year ago which had to do with the laws governing the commercial motorbike sector.

Symbolic handing over of peace plants to motorbike sector representatives

The Minister insisted that only two persons are to be transported on a bike as stipulated by the law while bike riders should wear identification jackets with numbers and their tanks painted yellow. This the minister said is as a result of several cases of kidnappings using the aforementioned transportation mean.

At the end of the meeting, Minister Paul Atanga Nji symbolically handed over some peace plants to the various representatives of the motorbike syndicates while encouraging them to relay the message to their colleagues on the field.

By Arnaud KOUAMO, North-West Region

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