NW Governor reinforces COVID-19 Measures in Markets, institutions

Governor at the main market

The Governor of the North West, Adolphe Lele L'Afrique has paid a surprise visit to the Bamenda Main Market where he called on traders to respect the measures put in place by the Government and the world Health Organization

"Wear your face mask, respect social distancing, don't allow school going children in the markets." These are the words of the Governor as he moved from one lane to another.

Governor sensitising at the entrance to the market

At the entrance to the Market the Governor reiterated that he will not spare anyone who does not respect the measures the next time he visits the market as some traders did not have their masks on

Bamenda Traders and Economic operators, BTEO and the Progressive Bamenda Traders Association, PROBATA received a good quantity of face masks for onward distribution

The measures by the Governor adds to so many others carried out by the Bamenda City council like the providing of Tap buckets and disinfections at the market

Esplanade of the Bamenda City council

The sensitisation mission of the Governor took him to the Bamenda City council chambers. His first visit to the institution in five years

"We have left from having patients who brought the virus from other regions to community infections" he told the council workers and volunteers

He emphasized that regular hand washing and wearing of face masks must be respected by all and sundry

Mr Fru decorated by NW Governor

The Governor used the visit to officially decorate Mr Fru of the hygiene and sanitation department who has been helping the Regional Delegation of Public Health to bury corpses that died from the coronavirus

Generator donated to the police

The Mayor to the Bamenda City council handed a standby Generator to the Bamenda Central police to help them continue the production of ID cards during blackouts. This Mayor Paul Achobong says will help stop the crowd that assemble everyday to make the document

The council further handed three tricycles, to Ntambag quarter, Metta quarters and Ntaghang to help transport dirt to the various thrash cans


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