Two Francophone government officials have paid a surprise visit to the South West region in a bid to combat the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. The Minister of Public Works, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi and the Secretary of State in charge of Roads, Louis Max Ayina traveled to the Buea province of Southern Cameroons and announced that work on the Kumba-Mamfe road will continue.
The Francophone government officials were accompanied in their tour of the South West by the Francophone Governor of the region, Bernard Okalia Bilai-an indication that Southern Cameroons remains a colony of French Cameroun. The Biya agents said the construction and rehabilitation of the Kumba – Mamfe road was the focus of their visit.
With Eyumojock now completely cut off from Nguti Sub Division after the Akak Bridge collapsed, Minister Nganou Djoumessi reading from an old CPDM script, expressed satisfaction with the evolution of work on the Kumba-Mamfe road.
By Eyong Johnson