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Bamenda III Water Scheme: Nkwen Fon Confers 'Akamanche' title on visiting engineers

By Bakah Derick  The Paramount Fon of Nkwen has confered new traditional titles on the two German water engineers currently in the Bamenda III municipality in recognition for their selfless service to his people. HRM Fon Azehfor III confered the Akamanche title to Karli Heinisch and Gerd Muller on Wednesday 18 January 2023 at the Nkwen Palace.  HRM Fon Azehfor III with the new Akamanches and their collaborators and others  According to HRM Fon Azehfor III, the German water experts have shown great love for his people by daring to visit Bamenda at such difficult times to ensure the council water scheme continue to function properly reaching more people and communities.  For this act of bravery, fearlessness, courage and handwork, the monarch appreciated the Germans and wished them well as they continue their water optimisation mission in the municipality.  "Today we continued to do maintenance and clean up... The absolute highlight of trip was being invited

Bamenda III Water Scheme: Pre-filter, pumping stations installed, tested after three days of optimisation

By Bakah Derick  German experts currently on mission to optimise the the Bamenda III Council Water scheme say they are going faster that planned. This follows three days of continous work since their arrival for the optimisation mission on January 10, 2022.  New pre-filtration improvement installation  On day one of work, they experts say their mission was to install and test the new pre-filter and prepare the controls for the pumping stations. This was successfully.  The second target was the completion of the pre-filtration improvement before heading to the inner city for the installation of pumps for supply.  Work at the pre-filtration improvement installation  At Green hill on day three, two pumping stations have been installed and tested.  Pumping station "It is working out as planned. Water was almost arriving on top of the mountain. The residents are over the moon." A post at the Verein zur Förderung der Trinkwasserversor

Bamenda III Council Water Scheme: Plant optimised with more quarters, households targeted

By Bakah Derick A team of German water engineers have completed another phase of The Bamenda III Council purification plant optimisation. The experts who have been working on optimising the plant say the work this time was to install a system that permits effective monitoring of the plant even from Germany and to ensure that the water is permanently clean with the capacity  to reach more households and respond to gravitational issue which has been a challenge.  Talkting to the press on Monday 4 October 2021 at the plant in Menteh-Nkwen Karli Heinisch one of the workers expressed satisfaction with the work done this time as concerns the optimisation of the plant. With a digital and analogue or manual system now installed to manage the purification process, the water engineer said the earlier challenge of over dirty water blocking the system can now be managed easily and automatically with the possibility of stoppage yet  ensuring continuous supply.  "The package we brou