In the build up to the National Youth Day of February 11, the President Paul Biya’s humanitarian assistance package has been distributed to 600 families to three separate operations in the North West regional capital Bemenda.
A consignment of food stuff, bedings and other essential household needs were distributed on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 to 200 families at the esplanade of the North West Governor’s office.
The distribution that targeted families of at least five members was presided over, by the Secretary General of the North West Governors Office.
The Wednesday’s distribution is the third in a series of distribution exercises that began on Monday February 3.
Mattresses, vegetable oil, buckets, soap, blankets and an envelope of 5000 FCFA for transportation was given to each of the representatives of the families.
The population was assured of the Head of States constant concern for the improvement of their situation and measures to ensure a return to calm and serenity to the two restive regions.
The distribution of Humanitarian Assistance to internally displaced persons in the North West and South West regions is carried out under the supervision of the Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, National Coordinator of the Assistance plan.
On Monday, while launching the exercise, the Governor of the North West region, Adolphe Lele Lafique reminded the population to exercise their civic rights by voting on February 9.
He also warned those hoping to disrupt the polls that they will meet the heavy hands of the administration.
He said measures have been taken to ensure a hitchfree electoral process through out the entire North West region.
He also urge political parties involved in the campaigns to carry out their activities with no fear as security has been beefed-up.