The Mayor of Fundong Council in Boyo Division of the North West who doubles as Inspector General in charge of technical services in the Ministry of Public Works has taken the back-to-school message to football fields and some interior parts of his municipality.
While presiding at the football Finals of the Ndang’s family competition in its 13th edition at the Fundong Catholic School field that was played together with the finals of the Mayor’s Cup Saturday August 26, 2017, Denis Awoh Ndang told thousands who gathered that after a long holiday period it was time to prepared for schools with resumption expected September 4, 2017.  

Denis Awho Ndang Mayor of Fundong/IG Ministry of Public Works 
According to the Mayor Fundong is made up of a people with who understanding the value of education and if they were misled before that should not happen again. The 14male and four female teams that participated in the competition were exalted to use all the funds raised from the competition to prepare for school. A special fund rising to support underprivileged children in the municipality was also organised with the main focus being to accompany them go back to school hitch free. During finals of the competition Mbam Fc beat Mentang FC 4-0 for the female category while Alim FC emerged champions of the male finals by beating Ngwainkuma 2-1 in regular play time.
While in Abuh the following day for an enlarged section conference of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement the CPDM, the Mayor maintained same message. “There is only one message to take back that school should resume come September 4, 2017. We lost almost an academic year last year and I don’t think we can afford to lose one again.” Mayor Ndang Said.  Justifying why the enlarged section in Auh far off from Fundong central the now Inspector General maintained that it was important to take the message of back to school to villages adding “any right thinking CPDM militant should take their children to school…education is what we can use to better our situation.”
After installing a task force to ensure effective resumption with safety guaranteed, the Mayor said they will be installed In every village in the subdivision adding that government cannot put military in very school.
On the unconditional release of Anglophone activist’s detainees which is a popular call across Anglophone Cameroon, the Mayor maintained that “let the law take its course” stating that “those caught in the act cannot just be release.” The Mayor whose house was almost burnt added “I was saved by the Grace of God that my residence was not burnt down” and so if it happened and such people freed I will not be happy so let the judiciary look into their files and those found guilty be punished.

Speaking in two separate interventions Hamadu Bello Buba Section President of YCPDM oyo III Fundong and Nsani Clement Bangsi YCPDM coordinator for Ahuh/Muteff zone confirmed the creation of vigilante groups in the entire section promising to embark on a mass campaign to ensure effective school resumption. “My dear comrades, go out and do sensitisation, avoid lies telling especially to the elderly ones tell them to ring back their children to schools. The time has come for us to move ahead our children need education. We cannot compensate the loss of our innocent young ones have incurred because of recent school boycotts. We should avoid sabotage and violence. What do one gain in destruction of our hard end properties?” Hamadu Bello Buba questioned. 
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