Bamenda joins the rest of the country to celebrate women as agents of change The 2014 UN theme for the International Women’s Day, “Equality for Women is Progress for All,” has been a huge inspiration for change, which in Cameroon in general and in Bamenda in particular, has been articulated in the giant strides that the equality of women continues to make both socially and in business. This year’s theme in Cameroon, “Equal access to education, training and science and technology: pathway to dece...Continue reading
The Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralisation, The Governor of the North West Region, The Senior Divisional Officer for Mezam and other Senior Divisional Officers here present, The Directors, General Managers and Representatives of the Ministry of Finance, CEFAM, FEICOM and PNDP, The Divisional Officers of Bamenda I, II, III and all Divisional Officers here present, The host Mayors of Bamenda I, II, III and all Mayors and First Deputy Mayors of the North West and West Regi...Continue reading
URBAN SECTOR DEVELOPMENT AND WATER SUPPLY PROJECT (PROJET DE DEVELOPPEMENT DES SECTEURS URBAINET DE L’APPROVISIONNEMENT EN EAU, PDUE) The Ministry of Urban Development and Housing, as the competent authority in charge of urban development, created in April 2008 the Urban Sector Development and Water Supply Project with the financial aid of the World Bank. This project was to help generate funds for the execution of urban development projects especially in the fields of drainage, water supply, ...Continue reading
Bamenda this morning, in the fever of celebrations marking 50 years of Cameroon's Reunification, with the Buea event relayed live, using a giant screen, animated by military and civilian march past.
As the dust begins to settle on yesterday’s activities in Buea, commemorating 50 years of Cameroon’s Reunification, we would like to take this moment to go down memory lane, and to reflect on how much road we in Bamenda have covered, since President Paul Biya came calling in December 2010, to celebrate 50 years of Cameroon’s Armed Forces. We do this by revisiting the key-note address, which was pronounced by Mr Vincent Nji Ndumu, Government Delegate to the Bamenda City Council, in welcome to th...Continue reading