The Governor of the North West Region Adolphe Lele L'Afrique has has confirmed that PEACE and CALM is gradually returning to the North West Region, after more than one year of unrest in the two anglophone regions of the country.
In a recent interview, Governor Lele L'Afrique told the press that the 'social climate has improved a lot, despite the fact that ghost towns are still being witnessed on certain days.' According to the Governor, classes too have resumed in all sectors of education across the region with a 40% attendance rate, and that the University of Bamenda too is operating hitch free.
Governor Lele L'Afrique said the past one year has been a very trying one for the administration, but that they found time to respond to the people's calls, and were able to sleep peacefully, even in the heat of the crisis, by God's Grace.
Talking about President Biya's recent 'war declarations on secessionists', the Governor confirmed the recent attack of the military, and said 'the Head of State has assured the national community with regards to measures taken to ensure the security of persons and the defense of the national territory and integrity.'
On his part, Lele L'Afrique assured President Biya that on the field, they 'shall ensure the implementation of the decisions taken during the recent security meeting chaired by the Minister Delegate in charge of Defense, and that they shall mobilize the population suffering from the actions of these enemies of Cameroon, so that the military in place can defeat them.'
About the military men put at the disposal of the administration and population, the Governor said; 'Military men are in the barracks. Gendarme and Police Officers are doing their job of maintaining law and order and that hey are protecting people and their properties. They are working to preserve the rules and regulations of the country, as well as the general interest of the population.'