The newly appointed and installed Divisional Officer DO for Bamenda III Subdivision Sone Clement Ngoe has embarked on an institutional tour of his area of jurisdiction. 

The tour which started Thursday October 26 2017 took the Principal Civil Administrator to the Bamenda III Sundivisional council where Mayor Fongu Cletus Tanwe and staff treated him to a round the office tour. The vandalisation of the office and difficulties in revenue generation due to civil disobedience as part of the on-going crisis featured as some of the major challenges facing the municipal institution.
While visiting the Inspectorate of Basic Education, the DO encouraged the Inspector to intensify efforts towards ensuring effective school resumption. While putting the figures in rate at about 50% of school attendance, Feni Peter Bulawah Inspector for Basic education regretted that school going is not effective. The Inspector used the DOs visit to call on parents to make schools vibrant again. “Before now no one forced parents to send their children to school so I expect that to happen so as to make our schools vibrant again."
At the sub divisional delegations of Sports and physical education and Social Affairs, the delegates Teca Georges and Sama Albertine complained of limited and no credits both running and investment to manage the affairs of the office. According to Sama Albertine her office handles a lot of societal challenges amongst them persons living with disabilities, orphans and underprivileged persons.
At the sub divisional multipurpose youth employment centre of the Ministry of Youth affairs and Civic Education, the sub divisional delegate Bame Victor explained to the DO that what makes his training centre different from others is the fact that it does not only train youths with skills but also with social, civic and moral values While the Director of the empowerment centre Mendouga Pracette looked on, the delegate emphasised the need for more equipment and office space.
At the Bamenda Regional Handicraft Village Bih Judith Deputy coordinator welcomed the DO with the plea for the rehabilitation of the road leading to the center as the poor state "hinders the smooth functioning of activities."
The four days tour is expected to take the DO to public and private institutions amongst them security, educational, religious, traditional and health institutions.
Derick BAKAH

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