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Minister Editorial

M. Réné Emmanuel SADI

Despite the existence of various security threats in 2014, brought under control through very strict instructions from the President of the Republic, Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, despite the continuous and unprecedented influx of refugees into our territory who are properly cared for, and lastly, despite the possible risks of which only History holds the secrets, 2015, for our Ministry starts on a good footing.
In fact, the new year started after the announcement of the implementation of a three-year emergency plan, as defined by the President of the Republic, His Excellency Paul BIYA, to fast-track economic growth and improve the living conditions of the population.
It is expected that the implementation of this special plan, according to the very strict instructions of the Head of State, should be seamless. The administrative authorities are therefore urged to play their full role for its success. That is my wish.
Concerning decentralization, 2015 is also the year for the complete transfer of powers and resources as prescribed by law.
The officials of the central and external services of our Ministry must strictly supervise the exercise of these powers and the management of the corresponding resources, as well as the overall implementation of the decentralization process.
Naturally, the successful implementation of all these key projects requires that peace, calm, order and tranquillity should prevail nationwide, throughout 2015.
Thus, from every indication, this is primarily the responsibility of the administrative authorities whom I also urge to play their role.
In any case, we shall continue to ensure the maintenance of law and order, territorial administration, the enhancement of the decentralization process, civil protection, the promotion of the rule of law and other tasks within the competence of our Ministry in 2015 for better results.
In addition, I take this opportunity to reassure our entire staff of the central and external services, those under supervision, as well as our technical and financial partners of my readiness and that of the Minister Delegate to provide them the support they need to smoothly discharge their many and delicate tasks throughout 2015.
To each and every one of you, I wish you a Happy and prosperous New Year 2015.



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  • La Territoriale Active Puts Smile on Orphans’ faces

    Mrs. Nicole Okalia, wife of South West Governor and President of an
    association “La Territorial Active” led the association to an
    orphanage where they donated gifts to the needy  head of a delegation
    that deemed it necessary to offer some useful material to an

    The wives of the administrative authorities in the south west region
    under the canopy of “la territorial active” donated some didactic
    materials worth FCFA 5 million to the Save the children alliance
    orphanage Bota – Limbe. These materials consisting of 40 bags of
    cement, 5 mattresses, cloths, powder soap, vegetable oil, 2 bags of
    corn, 1 bag of beans, 2 bags of flour, under wears, shoes, etc, were
    handed over last Saturday November 1 to the director of the foundation
    Mrs Ngalle Nalova Josephine.

    According to the regional president of la territorial active, items
    given to these little ones who either lost their parent or who were
    abandon by their loved ones, is a sign of care and love, and aims at
    proving that
    they are important to the  society no matter what happened to them.  The
    women took the engagement to sponsor two of the kids to whatever level
    of education they will to attain.

    Apart from the save the children alliance orphanage who benefited from
    the donation, Sub divisional medical health center, also received
    some equipment.

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    The Southwest Region Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, have promised severe
    sanctions on any recalcitrant contractor who will dare to abandon his
    or her contract without executing it at 100%.

    The Governor made this promise during the South west Regional
    Administrative, Coordination and Security meeting (ACSM) that took
    place in Kumba on Thursday October 23 to 24th, 2014 at the Kumba City
    Council hall. The meeting witnessed the presence of   SDO's, DO's,
    Government Delegates, Mayors, Senators, Regional Delegates,
    Stakeholders and Traditional Rulers of  the South west Region.

    Bernard Okalia Bilai, stressed that, all public investment projects
    meant for the South west Region for 2014, must be physically and
    financially executed  at 100% before November 15,2014 deadline. He
    used the meeting to urge the Senior Divisional Officers, traditional
    rulers and
    Stakeholders who are the sole beneficiaries of these projects, to
    follow-up their contractors, and make sure their projects are well
    completed."There's no explanation for the delay: no access
    road, rains or low project execution because before you go for any
    contract, you must have master the terrain” the Governor stressed.

    However, it was linked during the meeting that, the reasons for the
    low rate of execution of public investment budget in the region is
    that of poor road network which makes it difficult for contractors to
    carry materials to the construction sites and frequent conflict
    between tenders board and divisional Delegates of public contracts
    especially Ndian and Kupe Muanenguba.
    Meanwhile the Governor noted that, this was the first ever meeting
    bring all the stakeholders in the South west Region together,
    especially after the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Cameroon
    that took place earlier this year in Buea. Adding that, the Southwest
    administration and security forces have been doing a lot, to join the
    Head of State, President Paul Biya, in the fight against the Islamic
    terrorist group, Boko Haram and the Ebola epidemic. He used the
    occasion, to warn against some ill practices in the region, especially
    in Fako and Meme Divisions, where the crime waves are on the increase.
    The Governor stated that, measures have to be taken to ensure that
    peace and order continue to reign in the region and the country at
    large. He urged the local and traditional rulers present at the
    meeting, to educate their  local population, by sensitizing  them
    against this terrorist group and the Ebola Virus Disease .Even though
    Nigeria has been declared Ebola free by the World Health Organization,
    WHO, the Governor called on the population to be alert and denounced
    any illegal immigrant, while inviting them  to collaborate with the
    security forces to fight against crime wave in the society. He assured
    that all security measures have been taken to ensure  the safety of
    the people and their properties.
    In his welcome address, the Government Delegate to the Kumba City
    Council, Victor Nkele Ngoh, Thanked the Governor for his choice of
    Kumba, to host this very important meeting, which according to him, is
    timely seeing that the insecurity in Meme is on the rise. He used the
    meeting to hail the government for  the number of developmental
    projects  that are ongoing in Meme Division and the region at general,
    especially the  construction of the Kumba-Mamfe road that will
    kick-off in the days ahead and above all, the creation of the Higher
    Technical Teachers' Training College, HTTTC  Kumba.





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  • Early resumption means success :Governor Okalia Bilai

     Turn out in public and private schools in the South West Region was quite remarkable this September 8, 2014.

    september, 08 2014
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  • Cameroon responds to Ebola crisis

    The outbreak of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa has claimed nearly 2000 lives in Liberia, Sierra-Leone, Equatorial-Guinea and Nigeria. In a bid to prevent the spread of the virus in Cameroon, the Minister of Public Health, Andre Mama Fouda has embarked on a working visit to the borders linking Cameroon to the infected countries to ensure government decision to close up borders was strictly respected.

    september, 05 2014
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