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`LIMBE INHABITANTS BID FAREWELL TO MAYOR ISAAC INONGO DALLE OF BIMBIA

 

By Cecilia Musaka in Limbe for Fako UK/Fako News Centre

 

              On Saturday August 9th 2014, the inhabitants of Limbe expressed their condolence and last farewell to the mayor of Limbe III (Bimbia), Isaac Inongo, who died last month.

      He died at the tender age of 39. He was voted in as first Deputy Mayor for Limbe III council and became mayor last year after the municipal and parliamentary elections. Isaac Dalle was also part of the official delegation that launched the 2014 Limbe City Inter Quarters Competition on June 21 at the Limbe Centenary Stadium Dalle and he looked very strong. According to family sources, Dalle complained of chest pains and was rushed to Douala for medical attention. He died on Thursday July 3 at 1:30 PM after spending hours under an oxygen tent at the Limbe Regional Hospital. News of his death sent the city into chaos as the mortuary was thronged by people of all walks of life though the majority of them were politicians and members of the CPDM. The Section President and Government Delegate, Motanga Andrew Monjimba, was very shocked with the situation especially since he is said to have been the one facilitating his treatment.

          His wake keeping was held yesterday August 8th at Church Street in Limbe and was jammed-packed with dignitaries and he will be buried in New Town.

 

 

Installation of Fako Division Mayors Is Now Complete

By Ferdinand Efome for Fako UK/Fako News Centre
27 November 2013

Limbe I

The installation of Mayors and their deputies in Fako Division has come to an end. The Senior Divisional Officer (SDO) for Fako Division, Zang III, installed the mayor of Limbe I, Mbua Rodanny Mokako, and his deputies, on Monday November 25th , 2013.
This installation took place during the late hours of the day. The SDO had earlier been to Limbe III to install the mayor there and his two deputies. One of the assignments the SDO for Fako Division gave to the mayor of Limbe I and his team was to work for the interest of the Limbe I community.
The SDO also called on the new mayor who has served as interim Mayor after his predecessor, Daniel Matute, was elected to  parliament as senator to bring unity among his councillors for a better realisation of their projects.

 

 


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Limbe III (BIMBIA)

 

 


The installation of the mayor of Limbe III, Isaac Inongo Dalle, took another twist. One of the elites who read out the welcoming address during his installation ceremony, pleaded with the Senior Divisional Officer for Fako Division, Mr. Zang III, to fight against the indiscriminate sale of land.
While making his address, the elite explained that those who orchestrate the sales of land are most chiefs who are expected to protect the culture and customs of the people. According to him, they have resulted to sell even places considered sacred to the indigenous people.
While installing the new mayor in the mid hours of Monday November 25, 2013, Mr. Zang III, remarked that the sales of land in Fako Division is actually a serious problem that need special attention. He even went further to remind the new mayor, Mr. Dalle, to ensure that he resides in Bimbia where the Council is located so that he can better be placed to inform hierarchy of such problems as an elite and as a mayor of Limbe III. Previous mayors had lived out of Limbe III and it has retarded development in this area since they are hardly there to manage the affairs of the municipality.
While Limbe III chiefs prayed for the ancestors to guide their son, the new mayor, during his term of office, other elites presented a copy of the Holy Bible to him as the instrument that will give him the inspiration to succeed in his mission.

 

 

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Tiko


The mayor of Tiko Council was commissioned to officially run the affairs of this municipality on Saturday November 23, 2013. The mayor, Mokondo Daniel Ngande, was installed along with his deputies during the early hours of the day.
Mayor Mokondo Daniel who is of the Social Democratic Front (SDF) party is heading the Tiko Council as the lone Council the SDF won during the September 30, 2013 Municipal elections in Fako Division. His installation was heavily attended by people even from villages in and out of Tiko municipality especially from Bova II in Buea Subdivision where he spent some years during his youthful age.
The ‘Linyangi La Nganya’, a sacred group by Bakweri men from Bova II and another from Mokunda Mo Mbenge, all answered present to salute their brother. 
The Senior Divisional Officer for Fako Division, Zang III, prayed the new mayor to work together with his councillors so that they can identify the needs of the inhabitants of the municipality and look for common solutions.
He also called on him to fight against urban disorder, the illegal sale of council land while ensuring the mobilisation of resources through local taxes to finance the developmental projects of the municipality.
The traditional rulers of Tiko Subdivision blessed mayor Mokoundo with a traditional stab which the called the symbol of authority.
 

 

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Buea 

 

 

 

 
The installation ceremony of the Buea mayor was heavily celebrated with a lot of fanfare and ambiance. The mayor of Buea, Ekema Patrick Esunge, his deputies and councillors, pulled thousands of inhabitants within and around the Buea municipality. Many cultural manifestations took place during the occasion.
Mayor Patrick Esunge has been interim Mayor of Buea since May 27, 2013, after his predecessor, Mbella Moki Charles, was elected member of the senate. The Senior Divisional Officer for Fako Division, Zang III, told the Mayor to treat the population of Buea as one irrespective of their political affiliations.
Ekema Patrick Esunge was installed late in the afternoon as Mayor of the Buea Municipality. The ceremony took place at the Buea Bongo Square, Clerks’ Quarters ceremonial grounds.
The Mayor shall be assisted by Motomby Mbome, Lyonga Evande, Edward Mosoko and Comfort Ojongpot as 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Deputies, respectively.
Patrick Ekema who was 1st Deputy Mayor under Mbella Moki Charles is the Faculty Officer of the Department of Education at the University of Buea. He recently defended his Master’s Thesis for a Bachelor of Arts in the Department of History, University of Buea. He is married and a father of four children.

 

 

 

MUYUKA, IDENAU AND LIMBE II(MOKUNDANGE) MAYORS HAD BEEN INSTALLED DAYS EARLIER


 

 

 

 

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   18th November 2013

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FULL ELECTION RESULTS OF THE 2013 PARLIAMENTARY AND MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS IN BUEA, TIKO, MUYUKA, LIMBE I, II AND III, AND IDENAU

 

By Ferdinand Efome in Buea for Fako UK/Fako News Centre

Results of the 30th September 2013 elections of parliamentary and municipal councillors in Cameroon have been declared. Keeping with section 193 of the electoral code, respective Council Supervisory Commissions had within 72 hours following the closing of the polls to declare the results in the electoral constituency concerned.

In the South West Region, the Cameroon’s People Democratic movement (CPDM) won 26 of the 31 Municipal Councils with more than 50.01% of the votes, while the Social Democratic Front (SDF) won only two Councils (Kumba II and Tiko Councils) with an absolute majority of the votes.

The remaining three councils Kumba I, Kumba III and Mbonge) all in Meme Division have been shared among the SDF, CPDM and ANDP. Yet, the SDF has majority of the seats in Kumba I and Kumba III because they got the majority of the votes while the CPDM has most of the seats in the Mbonge Council.

The Buea Municipal Council elections results were declared on Wednesday the 2nd of October 2013 in the presence of political parties that participated in the elections, members of the press and other election stakeholders.

The SDF representatives accepted the results but claimed that the CPDM used money to corrupt electors. For the first time since the return of multiparty politics in Cameroon, the CPDM won elections in Bwiyuku (Tole), Lower Bolifamba (Mile 16) and most of the cosmopolitan neighbourhoods within Buea subdivision that have been the stronghold of opposition.

The CPDM claimed that their victory was thanks to the quality of candidates they selected as councillors from respective neighbourhoods and their manifesto. The electoral code provides that the councillors in each council shall proceed to elect their mayors on the day of the first session which shall hold on the second Tuesday following the proclamation of the results.

Though the Municipal elections and that for the National Assembly (parliament) were organised on the same date, there are different procedures leading to the proclamation of both results. According to section 168 of the electoral code, it is the supreme court sitting in for the Constitutional Council that will declare the National Assembly election results.

They have a maximum of 20 days with effect from the date of closure of polls to declare the results after treating proceedings forwarded from the Divisional Supervisory Commission.

 

 MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT REPRESENTING FAKO DIVISION

1) Arthur Ekeke Lisinge; Buea Urban

2) Emilia monjowa Lifaka; Buea Rural ( Fako West)

3) Fritz Ngeka Etoke; Fako East (Muyuka and Tiko)

4) Gladys Etombi Ikome; Fako East (Limbe)

All of these MPs belong to the CPDM party.

 

   ELECTED MAYORS IN FAKO DIVISION

COUNCIL

MAYOR

POLITICAL PARTY

PARTY(IES) SHARING THE COUNCIL

BUEA

EKEMA PATRICK ESUNGE

CPDM

None

IDENAU

TONDE LIFANJE GABRIEL

CPDM

None

LIMBE I

MBUA RODANNY MOKAKO

CPDM

Nome

LIMBE II

 DUNCAN MOLINDO

CPDM

None

LIMBE III

ISAAC INONGO DALLE

CPDM

None

MUYUKA

NKENG MICHAEL AKAMIN

CPDM

None

TIKO

MOKONDO DANIEL NGANDE

SDF

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Below is the list of Councillors in Fako Division

List of Buea Councillors(BUEA COUNCIL) 

 

 

1. CHIEF DAVID MOLINGE

16.KINGE THOMPSON MOLONGE

31.WOKAMA NGANGE EDWARD

2.EKEMA PATRICK ESUNGE

17.PAUL MONDOA NGOMBA

32.RAYMOND KALE MATUTE

3.ETONDE NGOTO MBUA HANNAH

18.HRH NJIE MANDENGE

33.MOSONGO URSULA WASE

4.MOSOKO EDWARD MOTUWE

19.NDUMBE ENOW KENNETH

34.ISUMA OTTO ENDELEY

5.IKOME WILLIAM LIFANJE

20.NANG EBANDA RUTH

35.SUSAN NAN MBUA

6.NGONGI NAMANGA AMOS GEORGE

21.PELAGHO CAROLINE KONLAK

36.NGANGE LYONGA KINGSLY (DR)

7.OJONGPORT OBEN COMFORT

22.EBAH NEE EWANZANG EMERENTIA

37.THOMAS EWONDE ELIVE

8.IKUNDI PETER RAY LYONGA

23.MAX EFFOE NJOH NGANJE

38.ASOKWI ENDUM MARTIN

9.ENANGA NGONI EFFEME LYDIA

24.EVELLE EMMAUEL SAKO

39.FOMUNGUN FRANCISCA FRI

10.VICTOR NGOH JULIUS

25.CHEKE CHANGO NTONGWOUA

40.MOTOMBY MBOME EMMANEUL

11.LYONGA JOHN NGANELE

26.LYONGA NGANJE MARCUS

41.NGENYE HENRY KULU

12.LYONGA JOHN EFANDE

27 KEDJO JOHNSON NDAH

 

13.JOFFIE BAWOH ELIZABETH EKAMBE

28.HRN NJOKE JOHNSON NDAH

 

14.KAMENI JOHN SITCHUI

29.TCHONTA GUEMBO ROSE

 

15.TABU CECILIA EBU

30.DOPGIMA STELLA GUELLEU

 

 

 

List of Limbe I Councillors (LIMBE TOWN COUNCIL)

 

 

 

1.ELUFA MANGA WILLIAM JOHN

11.BISONG HELEN EPSE SAKWE

21.BONGWA MICHAEL MAKEBEH

2.MBUA RODANNY MOKAKO

12.KOUNTCHOU N. EMMANUEL

22.NTOKO PARICK NKWELLE

3.NTSANA EPSE.NDONGO BEATRICE

13.TCHIO THOMAS

23.OJONG JOSEPH AKEM

4.EPOSI LUMA EPSE JANJO C.

14.MBIWAN EYERE EPSE TAKO

24.MBWAAYE EPOSI FLORENCE

5.MONJIMBO SAMUEL NJIE

15.NZOH NGANDEMBOU

25.PETER KUM GEH

6.MOKUBE NEE HONORA ETA NASAKO

16.VAWUNA EPSE MANGA VIVIAN

 

7.BEZANGKENG MORFOW NKWINKEH J.

17.MWAMBO LYONGA PAUL

 

8.MOUNSANDE AMADOU

18.HENRY MOKOVA S. MOTOMBY

 

9.NANA RICHARD

19.ABDOULAYE JINGI DANJUMA

 

10.TAYIM GIDFRED MUSONG

20.FOMBANG MICHAEL MAKEBEH

 

 

 

List of Limbe II Councillors (ISOKOLO/MOKUNDANGE COUNCIL)

 

1.MOLINGO ADAPOR DUMAN

11.EKEMA ABEL

 

2.NGALLE NGOMBA ERIC

12.NDIVE WOKA NGALLE DANIEL

21.BABA MARTINA ASANGA

3.NANGAH NDOME NEH EPSE NGALE

13.MOTOMA JAMES MANGA

22.CHOTI WOLLASON BERTHA

4.ANDREAS LITONGA NGANJE

14.NGAMA ATANGANA MESI

23.MASSOMA AMSTRONG KINGE

5.NJIE MOLUNGU JOSEPH

15.MASSOK MICAEL

 

6.DIKI LUMA SALLY

16.LIFOFA EWOKE SAMUEL

24.MOLONGO FRANCIS WONGO

7.NGU JOHN AZI

17.SEPPOH FELIX DIEUDONNE DEBEAU

25.MOUE MBELECK MICHEL

8.TAMMAH NOULOUS FELICIA

18.REBECCA LIE MBANGO EPSE ELESSA

 

9.VIRGINIA EDWEH NANGANA

19.ABANKE MOSES NGWAFOR

 

10.GILBERT OJONG EGBE

20.WUMA LUMA FABIEN

 

 

 

 

 List of Limbe III Councillors (BIMBIA COUNCIL)

 

 

1.ESEBOU SAMMUEL MOKATE

11.ELESSA EFFI ROBERT YOUNG

21.KATE MULEMA MUA

2.TANGA SAMUEL EKUM

12.FRANCIS NGWA NGWA

22.KINGE NJOH CLAROTINE

3.ISAAC INONGO DALLE

13.KADERE MUKAMMED AWUDU

23.FOMUJONG ELIZABETH MUYANG

4.JOSEPH EFITE NGANJE

14.ANNOLD EDIMO KALLA

24.BURNLEY GEORGE MOKOSSO

5.EPUPA SAMUEL EKUM

15.AGBOR LAMBERT TABOT

23.

6.NJONGE LIFANDA REBECCA

16.EYUM ELIZABETH ENANGA

25.MARIA ENANGA MOLONGO NEE MBIMBI

7.SONDI QUAN MOSES

17.PHILIP NGOTTO PENDA

8.NSEKE DIBOTTI

18.EEYONDI MOKEBA SUSAN

 

9.EKONGOLO EMMANUEL MOTITI

19.EKANE MARTIN ENONGENE

 

10.LIMUNGA ELIVA  MARTHA

20.CHARLES NAMME MANGA

 

 

 

 

List of Idenua Councillors (IDENAU COUNCIL)

1.TONDE LIFANJE GABRIEL

11.MOKONYA ELIVE JOSEPH

21.ESUKA SIMON

2.KELLEY ESIKE

12.MAYUWE LYDIA MUKETE

22.ENANGA URSLA FOMUKONG

3.NGANJE MASAGO MARIE NTOGE

13.KINFER ALEX TATA

23.NKEMACHA DAVID MBUNYA

4.NCHE THOMAS NJUNGU ELIVE

14.NOEL ELANGWE JOSEPH

24.JOHANNES ESIKE BASSENGE

5.AGBOR GLADYS EBOCK

15.NZUL TEMBOTE GEORGE

25.EZEMBE NAMA PAULINE PELAGIE

6.LILAO OTTO PETER

16.AKO ASHU LUCY

 

7.EMMANUEL PENDA WOKONYI

17.SUSANNE MATEHUM CHOUA ZUMFOR

 

8.NGANJE AUGUSTINE LINONGE REX

18.WARRINER TITA FONYONG

 

9.NGOH EVANS EWUNGA

19.MARIANNA ADONG EKWA

 

10.JOHN MOKOKO LINONGE

20.MAGDALINE NALIONGE

 

 

 

 

 

List of Muyuka Councillors (MUYUKA COUNCIL)

 

 

1.LANDJINOU DJOMGOUE LAZARE

16.KHUMBAH HENRY

31.NKENG MICAEL AKAMIN

2.CHIEF MOKOTO NJIE JOHANNES

17.AYONGE KWANE EMMANUEL

32.ENJEMA KOMBE SOPHIE

3.AYIBE SOPHIE ATASE

18.NGOMBA JOHN MUKWELLE

33.NKEMANJONG FORCHAP DENIS

4.NDILLE NGWESSE JOSEPH

19.MBOKWE BALEMBA

34.LULU BOKOH EPS.LUCY EWOLO

5.MBU PHILIP ENO

20.ATEGWA JOHN VENCENT

35.ZAINABOU LABARAN NAGAMBO

6.OTTO EBONGE MUKETE

21.DENIS MOTOMBE LIKOWO

36.TANKA JOHN WITANG

7.SMITH LIOMBE BECKE

22.FINDI STANLEY

37.TANDONG TANDO SAMUEL

8.AWAH SIMON ABEI

23.NDIVE LYONGA

38.EPINGI LINUS

9.SONA SIMON MAKIA

24.OSAHNJIER PAULETTE OGREY

39.KUM SAMUEL TEMBO

10.MBONDE BARNABAS EBULE

25.ANYINKE FLORENCE NKWETTA

40.AWAH JOHN TEMBO

11.MBARGA BODO DIEUDONNE

26.EBANGHA COMFORT

41.BAIYEE BATONGO TARH

12.ALBERT NJOH

27.MUNONGO AKAME HEINE

 

13.NKENG NVENAKENG PAMELA

28.KENNETH BENJU BESONG

 

14.MBAKE NEE LIFANJE GRACE

29.AZENKENG STEPHEN

 

15.MBOME ESUNG AGNES

30.ASHU DAVID TARH

 

 

 

List of Tiko Councillors (TIKO COUNCIL)

1. MOKONDO DANIEL NGANDE

2. ELUNDU JOSEPH MAMBE

3. AJONG STANISLAUS ANUABOYDEM

4. NJENJE VALENTIN KLEBER

5. MBELLA ELIVE JOHN 

6. MUNDENGE MUKOKO SIMON

7. ENJEMA WOLETE LYDIA

8. MUKEFOR DENIS PANSEH

9. KINGUE RACHEL KALFOUMA

10. AMBE CHIE HENRY

11. LIKOWO TEKE HELEN

12. IKOME ADOLPH WOLETE

13. BATIA JOSEPH

14. ELUNDU BASILE BILOGO

15. BWEMA ENJEMA ep BESONG MARIE

16. AWARIKIOA AGHANGYA JAMES

17. EBAMU NSANDA GRACE

18. FOBONG ANDREW MENKENTEBA

19. IMBOLE LIWOTE AGNES

20. ELIVE DANIEL ADE

21. NGANDE DIPITA BEN KEVIN BALIBA

22. EMMANUEL JABEA NGONGI

23. NGENI NYAM THOMAS

24. NWANEGE WOREGUNGE JOHN

25. ENANGE MASSANGO CATHERINE

26. YANDE NDAH RICHARD

27. MAMA CELINE ANAM

28. ENJI AKUMO MARY

29. EMENE ANYI GEORGE

30. SAHA PAUL

31. NCHIA JOSEPH FUNG

32. FONYUY NGAH JOSEPH

33. WIRGO BUVEN MARTIN

34. NEMBO TANTANG MOSES

35. ETTA BESONG MATHIAS

36. TANYI ETAH ADOLPH

36. TANYI ETAH ADOLPH

37. MATOFE MONGOMBE PETER

38. JIBIRINE SULE

39. ITOE AUGUSTINE GOOD LUCK BOKWE

40. TINGON BLESSED TITA

41. FAI SYLVANUS

 

 

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