A charged agenda awaits the Prime Minister whose visit to the South West Region at this time of socio-political unrest whispers high hopes for a return to normalcy.
The Prime Minister, Head of Government, Joseph Dion Ngute, arrived at the Mungo Bridge, gateway into the South West Region, by noon yesterday, September 21, 2021 ahead of today’s crucial sessions to reconstruct and develop the area following the socio-political crisis and discuss the Special Status accorded Anglophone Cameroon consequent to the 30 September to 4 October, 2019. Major National Dialogue.
He was received by the Permanent Secretary to the Regional Governor’s Office, Dr. Mohamadou, accompanied by the South West Regional Assembly Executive President, Zacchaeus Bakoma Elangwe, local elite, traditional and administrative authorities amid a crowd of joyous population.
The wind of the visit of the Prime Minister to the South West Region flew round at short notice. Yet, the spontaneity and warmth were overflowing at the Mungo Bridge where the elite and local population turned out en masse to give the PM the deserved conviviality.
With his arrival at the Mungo gateway (Tiko Sub-division), PM Dion Ngute’s official duty call to the South West Region signalled high expectations from the population that has continued, alongside with the sister North West Region, to be wrought with continuous rift of social peace. His schedule constructed to hold several meetings with various segments of the population will certainly augur for renewed hopes of a quick return to normalcy as he will renew his call to the local custodians of traditions and culture to convince their children to come out of the bushe...
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