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May
31st
2017
UCCC : Fundong hosted the 9th ordinary session
The meeting was presided over by the Secretary General at the North West Governor's office.

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The 9th Regional General Assembly of the United Councils and Cities in Cameroon was held today at the Fundong Council Hall in Boyo Division of the North-West Region.

The meeting was presided over by the Secretary General at the North-West Governor's office, Mr LANYUY Harry NGWANYI, the personal representative of the Governor of the North-West Region and attended by the mayors, Regional and divisional Delegates of the North-West Region.

The Regional President of UCCC, Mr KHAN Moses, who also doubles as the Mayor of Santa, called on his comrades to be committed in the discharge of their duties as mayors and members of UCCC and also to respect the rules and regulations that govern the association.

On his part, the Secretary General at the North-West Governor's office, Mr LANYUY Harry challenged the Regional and divisional Delegates to work hand in gloves with the Mayors who are local authorities at the grassroots and trigger developmental projects which ties in line with president Paul BIYA's policy of national decentralization. He also took note of all the concerns raised by the Mayors addressed to the Government assuring them that they get to hierarchy.

Mr LANYUY Harry also frowned at the unseriousness of some Delegates while carrying out their duties and promised serious sanctions to those who disrespect the Mayors.

In his closing remarks, the Governor's representative talked about the Socio political climate in the region. He called on all to draw lessons from countries suffering from sectarian violences while challenging the Mayors who master the terrain to help stop the phenomenon of burning down and destruction of private and public properties. The said Administrative Authority highlighted on the fact that there is no need for destruction and the importance for children to resume school.

By Eileen SAMA, North-West Region

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