City Mayor Presents Deplorable Road Situation to PM

Achobong Tambeng Paul, Bamenda City Mayor has presented a few challenges faced by the local man within Bamenda town; citing the Bamenda-Babadjou road; the Ring road and the need to get a good field for sporting activities in the region. 

He spoke at length on the challenges faced by the local population, the need for Peace and demonstrated with a bird in hand together with other women, at the grandstand commercial avenue Bamenda in the presence of the PM, who will be in Bamenda for a Peace Mission to span for 4days. 

"The PM is visiting in very trying moments, as the city continues to suffer from a lockdown on economic activities. The visit gives opportunities to great achievement of the Major National Dialogue, two years down the line".

"The Roads have suffered, it is  deplorable and needs attention.
Bottlenecks are too many on the roads. I wish to call in the attention of the Ministers who are all NW Elite, to take charge" City Mayor.

The PM

Prime Minister, Head of Government Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute then announced the eventual re-start of construction works on the Bamenda-Babajou road.

He hinted that the ban on the construction of the road by the world Bank has been lifted

"As I arrive Yaounde I will meet with the three contracting company and commission them into work immediately. I can assure you that the works will commence before the close of the month." Prime Minister Head of Government.

The City Mayor mentioned the need for a stadium, a field to be built in Bamenda to encourage sport, being a source of entertainment for the region.

"The stadium has had an injunction order all these years, our players selected for the finals are practy on a rough field. We pray that funds are provided so that Bamenda will have a field for players to practice on" Paul Achobong T.

Though his Political stand, the City Mayor believed that there is die- need for people to reconcile themselves.

"What divide us is man made, but the things that unite us are bigger than what divides us. There is hope that even if we have become the architects of our doom, we can still change the future." The City Mayor Concluded.

By Ndefru Melanie


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