Kumbo: Four council workers kidnapped, NW Governor Evaluates security situation, says all is under control

NW Governor chairing security evaluation meeting 

Its four days now and four workers of the Kumbo council have been unable to access their homes after allege separatist fighters kidnapped them.

This kidnap adds to many that have been ongoing in Kumbo, capital of Bui Division.

The Mayor of Kumbo, Mborong Venasius explained to the Governor that the second quarter of 2021 has seen a resurgence in separatist activities. Movement into and out of the Division is risky for top officials, a phenomenon that died down after the December 6 regional elections. 

On his part, Governor Adolphe Lele LAfrique noted that from the security reports sent to him, things are under control in Bui with the population gradually returning

Mayor of Kumbo

Governor Lele LAfrique appreciated the population for increasing their collaboration with the defense and security forces.

The Civil administrator acknowledged that rampant kidnappings, threats and the use of firearms by separatist fighters is still rampant. 

As the top security elements of the region and Bui sit down to deliberate on how to totally ensure that peace begins, Lele LAfrique says "I wish to reassure the population that tomorrow will better than today. "

The Governor is in Kumbo to celebrate with His Lordship George Nkuo, Bishop of Kumbo at his 40th anniversary into priesthood


Ndi Tsembom Elvis on special assignment to Kumbo

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