Regional Elections: Boyo representative promise to deliver


A cross section of Regional Councillors  

Regional councillors elected on Sunday have promise to effectively implement the special status in Boyo division for the betterment of the division. 

Speaking shortly after casting their votes in the elections which was hitch free, the candidates of the regional elections promised to do all for an effective decentralisation process when into office. 

According to the regional representative of the CPDM, Ntumnafoyn Chiangeh Grace, the selected candidates are trust worthy and capable for a better Boyo division who will change the political phase of Boyo and effectively implementvthe special status in the region


Regional representative of the CPDM, Ntumnafoyn Chiangeh Grace


"Boyo's list is a team of men and women who know where they are coming from and where they are going to. We have a team that is determined to work as one to protect the whole division not protecting individuals.
From our various backgrounds we have had people who are grounded in municipal, environmental, health education administration, all these are competences that will be devolved unto the region. From our team we have people of calibre, people who will be able to transcend from what we have now to the new region that we want to really build everyday and to say the least we can only count on the collaboration of everybody, we can count on the collaboration of each and everyone of us and especially with the collaboration we are going to have with our Mayors and with the administration to make Boyo the best."

To effectively implement the special status and commemorating the process of decentralisation candidates have pledged their loyalty to change the political phase of the division

"I want to assure you that as a party, we are going to change the political phase of North West region. With the decentralisation and the special status, the calibre of candidates that we have selected which they will be eventually validated, are going to do a wonderful job. That is 
getting the powers to the grassroots, letting the people of the North West region enjoy that decentralisation and special status through this regional elections that has taken place."Former SG of Bamenda City Council, Jude Waindim, opined 

Jude Waindim candidate


Reacting on behalf of Traditional rulers and as representive of the House of Chiefs, the Fon of Kom Fon Ndzi II says all the chiefs will mobilise to effectively implement the special status and decentralisation in Boyo. 

"Concerning this House of Chiefs, I in Boyo division with my traditional chiefs from the various villages, traditionally we are to show our best to do what the government wants us to do."

Fon Ndzi II (Fon of Kom)


The first ever regional elections conducted December 6, 2020 in Boyo Division, out of 114 councillors expected to vote, a total of 107 answered present. Meanwhile as representatives of the House of Chiefs, 48 answered present out of 57 chiefs expected

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Anye Nde Nsoh

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