Some 50 Fons drawn across the North West Region have reassured the Adolphe Lele L’Afrique that they will do all in their power to ensure that children in their various Fondoms go back to school on September 4, 2017.
They took the “uncertain” decision on Thursday August, 24, 2017 during a meeting presided at by the Governor of the North West Region Adolphe Lele L’Afrique.
The meeting also attended by the seven senior divisional officers in the Region, is coming at the backdrop of school boycott and ghost town phenomenon in the two English speaking regions of the Country.
The Traditional Authorities and Ardos, were advised to put in place vigilante groups that will help curb the current burning spray by some unidentified persons in the community. They were also drilled on state symbols and emblems alongside some the penalties that associates any of the wrongdoings.
The Fon of Babungo said stressed the need for children to go back to school. Fon Ndofoa Zofoa Ibrahim III said sacrificing children’s future for political reasons is the worst mistake we have ever done.
The Fon of Balikumbat Fon Doh G III said in Balikumbat, “we already have vigilant groups that are functioning well, put in place by the Senator.” Stressed that the people of the village have laid over time to respect Republican values and State institutions.
Your endeavours to facilitate the back to School will be heavily compensated by the government as disclosed by the North West chief executive.
The 50 Fons took back home with the National Flag, a copy of the National Anthem and the Constitution of Cameroon.