Tubah Backs Decentralisation Drive as Biya clocks 38 in office

Tubah enumerated benefits of the special status. Family photo to immortalise event 

The member of parliament for Bafut-Tubah constituency, Hon. Agho Oliver has re-echoed the resolve of the people of Tubah to support the head of state, President Paul Biya, in his drive to implement the decentralization process in Cameroon.

Hon. Agho Oliver made the declaration on behalf of his people Friday November 6, 2020, as he chaired the 38th anniversary celebrations of President Paul Biya's ascension to supreme magistracy of Cameroon.

"We the population of Tubah are standing with the Head of State in the full implementation of the 1996 law that puts in place the regional councils and the entire decentralization process. We are standing behind him, we are supporting him and we in Tubah are standing behind him", Hon. Agho Oliver said.

Hon Agho Oliver, personal representative of the Section President

Addressing the hundreds of militants that turned out for the anniversary celebrations, the Member of Parliament called on the Population of Tubah to denounce the activities of separatist fighters in the sub division.

He reminded them that, the regional council elections on December 6 is coming to complete the special status handed to the two English speaking regions after the major national dialogue.

On her part, Senator Regina Mundi sounded the same echoe as she called for a total support to President Pual Biya so that the decentralization process could be achieved and called on all the youths who she described as leaders of today to drop all their weapons and join those in the city centres for a complete development of Tubah.
“The power of the pen not the gun is the only solution. The power lays in the pen not in the gun”, she said.

Mayor Tanjong Martin, the Director General of UNVDA and all other speakers were not indifferent as they called on the population to say no to all those calling for school boycott.

The 38th anniversary celebrations of President Paul Biya's ascension to power in Tubah brought together hundreds of party militants and sympathizers.


Nji Nelson Chefor

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