Belo Council holds mid term, evaluates tremendous developmental strides


Mayor of Belo Council Ngong Innocent addressing his councillors 


The Mayor and Councillors of Bello Council have successfully evaluated the tremendous developmental projects earmarked at the start of the year with some already realised, some ongoing and others yet to kickoff. The level of achievement of these projects was done Saturday September 16, 2022 marking the presence of over 30 councillors bearing in mind the lone goal of the council which is development. 

At the start of the year, the council envisaged 35 projects with a realisation rate of about 80%. 16 of the 35 projects completed, eight ongoing seven yet to start and two have been suspended due to the ongoing sociopolitical crisis in the region. 

“Officially the project execution of Belo as of June was 54% and the public investment budget stood at over 300 million granted by president Paul Biya and our projects included electricity, supply of √©quipements to hospital, rehabilitation of roads, water supply, construct of market hangers.” Mayor NGONG INNOCENT ANKIAMBOM hinted


Councillors at the midterm session 

The supply of medical equipments to some health centres in Belo, Construction of and Operation structure in Belo Medicalized Health center, maintenance and rehabilitation of some farm to market roads, Supply of two power generators to Belo Council Office, electrification of some areas, Support of materials, farm tools and equipment to 30 producer organization in Belo, construction of water catchments and Construction of a Block of 2 classrooms in GS NTUM are all works which have been completed or near completion by the Council. 

LIFIDEP projects cuts across The Construction of a block of two classrooms in GS KITCHU, a block of two classrooms in GTC MEJUNG, a block of two classrooms in GHS MBESSA, a Zoo Technical and Vtetirinary center in Njinikijem, a Maternity Block in the Tumuku Integrated Health Centre, Snyajua Mkain Bridge. Rehabilitation of the Stretch of road from Bmelo through UJIM to SHOALAM in Mbessa. Construction of a Women multipurpose training center in Anyajua, Construction of a Community Livestock action hall in Njinikijem, Construction of a Community Livestock action hall in Anyajua. 




Ahead of school resumption, “we started by granting 250 holiday jobs to students to clean the palaces, road and churches. Secondly we organized football tournaments to animate the children all through the holidays and we produced 918 birth certificates with aid from Minister Marie Therese Abena to children to help them gain admission into schools. We also shared didactic material to over 500 pupils and students including bags, books, pens rulers and many others.”

The SDO appreciated the councillors and Mayor for their commitment to the development of Belo municipality especially projects realised and partnership deals signed to accompany the developmental plans. 

By
Anye Nde Nsoh

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