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Meme SDO blames parents for compromising their children education

26 September 2017 No Comment

By Nkongho John
Hardly will one measure strength by word of mouth or by the muscular nature of one’s body, the Senior Divisional Officer for Meme Nto’ou Ndong Chamberlain has describe the elite of Konye as being too weak to convince parents, students and pupils to go to school. The Senior Civil Administrator was speaking in Konye Thursday September 14, 2017 why commissioning the newly appointed Divisional Officer into his functions.
Nto’ou Ndong challenged the new Civil Administrator to ensure that he uses all the available means at his disposal to get the children back to school, to check the flow of illicit drugs in the Sub Division, the consumption of contraband products and most especially the Chieftaincy crisis that has been rocking the Sub Division. The SDO praised the outgoing Divisional Officer, Hotison Babila for the contribution he has done in elevating the Konye Municipality and for enabling the almost completion of the tarring of the Kumba-Mamfe road where Konye is a proud beneficiary and urged him to continue in his new post in Niete in the Ocean Division of the South Region.
Earlier in his welcome address, the Mayor of Konye Council, Barrister Dr. Musima George Lobe described the new Divisional Officer as an apostle of emergence. He took out time to narrate the history of Konye from time immemorial and said, Ekole Blessed Epimba is the first Divisional Officer to be installed on a tarred road in Konye. He equally thanked in a very special way the outgoing Divisional Officer who has spent six years, six months and 10 days and doubles as the longest serving Divisional Officer of Konye. Konye is spread in a distance of 1.1km with a population of 80.000 inhabitants and divided into four main tribes namely the Bafaws, Balongs, the Mbonges and the Bakundus.
Born in Dipenda Balue in Ndian Division in 1971, he attended Presbyterian School Madia Ngolo where he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate in 1981 and moved to government Bilingual High School, Mundemba where he obtained his Ordinary Level and Advanced Levels in 1990. In 1992, he gained admission into the University of Yaoundé II, Soa and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Science with specialty in Political Science in 1995. He later gained admission into the Advanced School of Administration and Magistracy in 1996 and graduated two years later in 1998. He worked briefly in the Ministry of Territorial Administration before being transferred to Bui Division as First Assistance SDO. From 2000 to 2003, he moved to Manoka as D.O from 2003 to 2006, later to Bafut in the same capacity from 2006 to 2011 and Fundong from 20011 to 2017. He is married with children.

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