By Etienne Nfor Liboh
The Governor of the Northwest Region, Adolphe Lele L’ Afrique, has equipped vigilantes and peace groups in the Region with some 80 motorbikes to combat insecurity.
The donation too was made during the regional administrative coordination meeting, CCA, and the regional coordination meeting for the maintenance of law and order, CCO, at the conference hall of the Regional Delegation of Secondary Education on May 11.
The meeting was geared towards heightening security to ensure a hitch-free celebration before, during and after the National Day across the Region. Speaking at the beginning of the meeting, the Governor stated: “We are aware of the security challenges of the Region and the Head of State has instructed administrative authorities and security services to take necessary measures ahead of the 58th edition of the National Day celebration all over the Region. We are meeting to streamline those measures so that when they are going back, the administrative authorities will be well equipped to face the situation in the various Divisions of the Region.” The motorbikes are aimed at facilitating accessibility in the Region to fight insecurity.
The meeting was attended by his collaborators like the Senior Divisional Officers of the Region, the President of the Regional Assembly, the Public Independent Conciliator, all the security heads, regional delegates and a host of others in the Region.
The CCA and the CCO ended with the recognition of some meritorious citizens and soldiers from the Head of State, HE Paul Biya.