Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Municipal 2020: Patricia Ndam Njoya replaces husband as the mayor of commune of Foumban

The now ex-deputy was elected during the session of right which was held on February 18, 2020 in the departmental capital of Noun.


Adamou Ndam Njoya left his post as mayor of the commune of Foumban, chief town of the Noun department, in the West region. After 24 years of service in this municipality for 78 candles, the former minister gives way to his wife, Hermine Patricia Tomaino Ndam Njoya.

The now former member of the National Assembly was elected with a score of 36 votes out of the 46 councilors during the session of right held on February 18, 2020 in Foumban.

A vigilante group in the town of Bakweri, in the town of Buea, apprehended two men accused of committing atrocities in the neighborhood.

The two men are said to have told the people of Sandpit and the town of Bakweri that they were working with secessionist fighters from Ambazonia. 

They were handed over to the police and security forces. 

Bakweri alone has experienced numerous thefts and kidnappings in recent times. Last month, elements of the rapid response were arrested for kidnapping a man in Sandpit and demanding a ransom.


Source: Camerounweb