MINDEVEL Delegate Tasks Population to Use Civil Status Services

NW Regional Delegate MINDEVEL

Speaking on the Day of African Decentralization and Local Development, Mr Mbah Mboleh Pius Regional Delegate for Decentralization and Local Development has urged the population to make good use of the civil status registry, to acquire necessary documents.

Ita 10th anniversary celebrated in Cameroon for the first time under the theme "the contribution of arts, culture and heritage in the sustainable development of African cities and territories", brought together heads of service for the Northwest Region on Tuesday August 10, 2021.

NW Governor chairing the meeting

Holding under the patronage of NW Governor, Adolphe Lele Lafrique in Bamenda, who reminded Stakeholders in a round table conference with representatives of Councils and the Regional House to take over decentralization.

"We are expecting that the Regional Assembly and the councils take ownership of Decentralisation, use it to pacify development and promote peace in the North West Region" NW Governor, Adolphe Lele lafrique.

The Regional Delegate for Decentralization and local Development used the 4th edition of the Civil Status Registration and Vital Statistics Day to create awareness, asking the population in the Northwest to report at the civil status registry and get documents they may have lost in the course of the crisis.

Familly Photo

In line with this year's theme, the Regional Assembly through the commission for Education, Sport and cultural activities is preparing to fund artists and construct cultural centers in all 34 Subdivisions in the North West Region to promote the arts and cultural heritage, thereby reducing Rural-Urban migration.

By Ndefru Melanie


Photo Credit: Kouamo Arnauld

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