Thursday, 13 September 2018

Biya Orders Civil Administrators Fleeing North West, South West To Regain Their Offices!

The Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh recently issued a release dated September 7 in which he calls on the reinstallment of some 16 civil administrators in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon.

Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh in the "leaked" confidential document said several administrative authorities have abandoned their duty posts.

The concerned administrative heads were in control of localities most hit by the Anglophone crisis, like Njikwa, Ngie in Momo Division, Fungom and Furu-Awa in Menchum, nguti, Nkonye the South West regions of Cameroon. 
Biya Orders Civil Administrators Fleeing North West, South West To Regain Their Offices!
These localities have also been deserted by locals who are either in Safer towns or in bushes.

Acting on the high instructions of President Paul Biya, the Minister Secretary General at the Presidency of the Republic instructs the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji to implement this order in collaboration with security and defense departments.

Culled from Mimi Mefo Info

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