Thursday, March 12, 2020

Tubah Mayor Installed, Holds First Council Session as CPDM Mayor.



Councilors, Stakeholders, Traditional Rulers and the Administration within Tubah Sub Division have attended the Tubah Council 2019 Administrative and Management Account Session, on March 11th 2020, in Bambili.

For the first time in the History of Tubah, The Mayor, Tanjong Martin, sits as CPDM Mayor for the session, few minutes after being Sworn in, together with his peers at the Court of First Instance in Bamenda.



At the opening of the session, he showed gratitude to the people of Tubah and Councilors, for the vote of confidence given to him during his transition from SDF to CPDM for the first time in the history of Tubah Council.

He notes that Tubah Council has suffered financial loses interns of collection of local Revenue, reasons why 2019 Administrative account increased narrowly from 510,857,746 cfaf in 2018 to 516,681,993 cfaf in 2019, with a slight increase of 5,824,247 cfaf representing
1.14%.

Reports from the session Revealed that 90% of the Revenue collected in 2019 came from quarterly allocations from FEICOM and Public Investment Budget.

With major achievements recorded like, smooth running of activities, holding of sessions and up to date payment of salaries to November 2019, and the establishment of Land Use Plan of Tubah.



" I will not stop calling on the conflicting parties of the ongoing Crisis to put away force and have a human face to their common population and also urge the population to have confidence in the forces of law and order." Mayor Tubah Council, Tanjong Martin.

He called on Councilors to be law abiding,stay clear of Community Divide and concentrate on their different constituencies, follow up on projects that will benefit the common man, "this will mean playing our role as the people's representative".




Born on the 6th Sept, 1988 was installed in office, alongside his collaborators, 4 Deputy Mayors: Nsaboh Nelson Aloh, Abong Esther Weli, Bubah Dahiru Gaddafi and Mbengong Rose by the Senior Divisional Officer of Mezam, Simon Emile Mooh.




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