Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Hon Findi Stanley Mobilises Muyuka Population To Celebrate National Day



The Member of Parliament, MP for Fako East Constituency, Hon Findi Stanley has rallied the population of Muyuka in Fako division in the  South  West region to  celebrate the golden  jubilee of  Cameroon’s national  unity.


According to  Hon Findi, the  mobilisation was also  to celebrate Biya’s ingenuity to reinforce and strengthen national unity. 

Hon Findi Stanley who is also Section President of the  Fako II Section of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement, CPDM, used the ceremony to mobilise  the  population to  support initiatives  taken  by the  Head of  State.

The 2022 May 20th festivities in Muyuka were chaired by the Divisional Officer,D O, Rocequgnor Tanyi.

The golden jubilee of the unitary state was celebrated under the theme: “Defence and Security Forces at the Service of the people in preserving social peace and National cohesion guarantee for an emerging Cameroon”.

The ruling party, CPDM through its section boss, Hon Findi Stanley staged a spectacular march past display to recognize the relentless efforts made by the new deal regime in fostering national unity and concord.

Talking to the press shortly after the colourful event in Muyuka, Hon Findi remarked that: “As a Section President of Fako II, I am a happy man. Happy because the CPDM  supporters of Fako II have decided to remain indifferent in the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Unitary state under the leadership of President Paul Biya.”

He however announced that, on behalf of the Fako II section “I extend gratitude to the Head of State for having ruled and maintain Cameroon as a one and indivisible nation for all this while.


The MP said, “the Muyuka people extend their gratitude and support to,”  President Paul Biya, further noting that, “We are grateful to him for having strengthened our unity despite our diversity in our different culture.”

Muyuka is one of the very few subdivisions in Cameroon harbouring people from the four cultural demarcations of the country. Its open door and hospitable policy has given the subdivision a unique image in the midst of hundreds.

The man who has and is working day and night to sustain and keep alive this spirit of unity and social cohesion among Muyuka dwellers is Hon Findi Stanley.

Since his election as Member of Parliament for Fako East, he has left nothing to chance to empower and include every village and community in his development vision. 

Not long ago, Hon Findi donated a huge consignment of materials to the population of his constituency. Despite this, he still decided to celebrate the Youth Day with his people. As a grassroots politician, it was a moment of reckoning. The MP has also sponsored the training of some Internally Displaced Persons, IDP, women from Muyuka on managing petit businesses so as to keep them busy and improve their livelihood.

These women were trained on how to make fish pie, and some domestic items. In the near future, the MP plans to also give them capital to initiate the full empowerment phase which would enable them to take care of their families.

In November last year, Hon Findi offered women and less privileged persons bags of rice, salt, cantons of vegetables oil, savons, and maggi as a show of concern and encouragement.

The MP also renovated the Ekona Sub District Hospital and donated some equipment to the said hospital. He remarked then that: “I personally carried out renovation works at the Ekona Sub-District Hospital. I renovated some wards which are now operational and because of the constant power cut, I gave a modern generator so that the patients and the hospital should have light when there’s no light and some other equipment like grass cutter and a water pump because in the days ahead, we are going to drill in bore hole for the people collaboration with the council”.

It should be noted that, the Muyuka Council benefited from a grass cutter to keep the environment of the municipality clean. The young and dynamic lawmaker is described by many as an inspiration to the youth reason for his constant readiness to support youth related activities.



By Kah Patience 
    

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