Adamawa Region: Administration, Elites, Stakeholders In Vina Encourage Best Practices

A coordination meeting held between the elite of vina and forces of law and order in Vina division, Adamawa region to set rules that will guide them in good land management practices and spare the local population of security threats.

Following reports of several malpractices in some communities, the meeting held for 2 days to discuss the maintainance of order and was presided by the Senior Divisional Officer for Vina, Yves Bertrand Ayounfack.

The phenomenon of kidnapping  was reviewed as one of the most recurrent crime perpetrated in Vina division, adding up to the behavior of some traditional chiefs over disputes on the designation of other majesties.

The session diagnosed after evaluation, the social, economic and political life of the people living in Vina division, Adamawa and on one hand, discussed aspects of their security situation.

The Divisional officers of all 8 subdivisions in Vina, Divisional delegates, heads of public and parapublic services, heads of public and private schools, traditional leaders and all forces answered present to better present the situation in their different jurisdictions.

Vina is a division in Adamawa region, Cameroon. The division covers an area of 17,196 km2 and has an estimated population of over 300,000.

By Katakap Heritier


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