Wednesday, November 3, 2021

"Realizing the Ring Road Project Depends on NW Population" Paul Tasong in Bamenda


Minister Delegate, Paul Tasong speaking in Bamenda

The Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy Planning and Regional Development in charge of Planning, who also doubles as the National Coordinator for the Reconstruction Plan made a firm observation in Bamenda, telling key Stakeholders that for the Ring- road to come to fruition, will depend on the population of the Northwest region.

At MINEPAT hall in Bamenda

NW Elites and Stakeholders

Minister Delegate, Tasong Njukang Paul was speaking at the MINEPAT Conference hall in Bamenda, Northwest region of Cameroon on November 2nd 2021, within the framework of the follow-up on the Implementation of the National development Strategy 2020-2030, a Regional outreach sensitization campaign.

"If the people of the Northwest region want the Ring-road project to be delivered, it is impending on them to say No to insecurity and they will have the project without duty delay. The people should play their role, contribute their fair share for a quick return to normalcy in the Northwest region" Paul Tasong in Bamenda.

The administrator claims that everything has been put in place for the project to take off to completion and puts the blame on the Northwest population for its delay.

The PM, during his working visit to the NW

The population of the Northwest region is yet to enjoy the promise made by the PM, on the Bamenda-Babadjou road, who on his working visit to the North West Region to explain the implementation of resolutions of the Major National Dialogue, 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." The PM told the people of the North West.

It's only less than a month that the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute came to the Northwest region on a Peace Mission, Paul Tasong resurfaced to say that the Ring-road project now depends on the local population.

Minister Paul Tasong has resurfaced with a new deal, that is in incumbent on the population in the Northwest region to defeat fear, shun insecurity and proof collaborative for work on the Ring-road to begin.

"For the past few months, the Ministry of the Economy on behalf of government has proceeded to sign series of conventions with the African Development Bank for the reconstruction of the ring-road."

"But as you know, there are challenges that come with delivering the project. That project will stay on paper if the people of the Northwest region don't sit up and face the challenge of insecurity", Minister Delegate to the Minister of Economy Planning and Regional Development in charge of Planning.


Portions of the Ring-Road as captured by Civiclens

The poor state of the roads leading into town and within the town of Bamenda has been a subject of discussion for years now.

Northwesterners are yet to enjoy the envisaged good roads; both Bamenda-Babadjou and the Ring-road project, that will inturn have a huge positive impact on the transportation of their goods from within and without town.


By Bamenjo Petronila


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