Gilbert Nkweti Appointed SG At SW Governor’s Office

New SG at Southwest Governor's office

By Brakson Chafeh Tatah

Gilbert Acha NKweti is now the new Secretary-General of the Southwest   Governor’s office.

 He was appointed on Friday, October 15, through a presidential decree signed by President Paul Biya. 

He is coming to replace Dr Muhamadou Bachir who about two weeks ago died in a hospital in Douala.

Before Nkweti was appointed SG, he was formerly serving as  Secretary-General at the Southwest Regional Council.

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Who Is Gilbert Acha Nkweti?

He is a  graduate of ENAM with an administration option.  Gilbert Acha Nkweti, is a young but seasoned senior civil administrator. He has been responsible for the heavy and delicate mission of leading the Regional Council of the South West Region. The Regional Assembly has as temporary location the former regional delegation of Urban Development and Housing situated at the roundabout opposite Buea Mountain Club.

Before being appointed SG as Southwest Regional Council, he had served as DO for Fongo Tongo 2017 and Limbe III, 2017-2019 Limbe I, 2019-2021.

Now, he is the Secretary-General at the Southwest Governor’s Office

Biya Equally Appointed SDOs and DO

Still in the Southwest region, President Paul Biya equally appointed a new Senior Divisional Officer for Ndian Division.

He is Gilbert Guibai Baldena. He is replacing Lawrence Forwang who has been transferred to other duties.

Before his appointment, Gilbert Baldena was the subdivisional officer of the Bamenda I subdivision.

Also, the president equally appointed new DOs for Mamfe Subdivision and Limbe I subdivisions.

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